Love You More than Football
|Love You More Than Football|
|Studio album by Space|
May 2000 (promotional CD-R copies)
Love You More Than Football is an unreleased Space album from 2000. Originally scheduled for release in July 2000, the album was to be a follow up to 1998’s Tin Planet. The album, briefly known as Bulletproof, was later rescheduled for 4 December 2001 but was never released.
The single "Diary of a Wimp" reached #49 in the UK.
- "Everybody in the Madhouse"
- "Diary of a Wimp"
- "Good Times"
- "I Love You More than Football"
- "Evil Things"
- "Steal My Love"
- "More than a Friend"
- "Supersonic Jetplane"
- "Thank You"
- "Juno 54"
- "Yes You Do"
Currently the album has been set as license free, so it can be freely downloaded from the internet if a copy can be found. This was confirmed by the singer Tommy Scott, who when asked in Bristol in October 2009, apparently told a fan: "Oh god, that was meant to be released about ten years ago... If you got a copy of it, then it's yours, I've chucked that project away since Gut [records] screwed us over.".
As well as "Diary Of A Wimp", three other tracks from the album later surfaced on compilations by Gut. "Gravity" appeared on Greatest Hits, and as a digital single in 2002, whilst "Good Times" and "I Love You More Than Football" appeared on Greatest Hits & Unheard Bits.
- unsigned, nme.com, June 6, 2000. "SPACE PLAY 'BALL IN LONDON". Accessed April 18, 2008.
- amazon.com listing, undated. Amazon.ca: Love You More Than Football: Space: Music. Accessed April 18, 2008.
- Space Discography > Others > Love You More Than Football - SpaceTheBand.com