Space Race (album)

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Space Race
Mi-Sex - Space Race.jpg
Studio album by Mi-Sex
Released June 1980
Genre New Wave
Length 37:23
Label CBS
Producer Peter Dawkins
Mi-Sex chronology
Graffiti Crimes
(1979)
Space Race
(1980)
Shanghaied!
(1981)

Space Race is an album by New Zealand New Wave music group Mi-Sex, released in June 1980.[1] It reached number one on the New Zealand albums chart, and spawned several singles, including the top 5 hit "People".

Recorded at Music Farm, John L Sayers – Engineer – mixed at EMI 301.

Track listing[edit]

LP[edit]

Side one
No. Title Length
1. "Space Race" 3:47
2. "Pages and Matches" 2:30
3. "Living in September" 2:38
4. "I Don't Know" 2:29
5. "Slippin' Out" 3:08
6. "It Only Hurts When I'm Laughing" 4:05
Side two
No. Title Length
7. "People" 3:52
8. "Good Guys Always Win (Satire)" 3:18
9. "Ghosts" 3:43
10. "Burning Up" 3:35
11. "Ice Cold Dead" 4:18

CD[edit]

The CD features a different running order. Although an Australian budget priced release did feature the original LP running order but with an alternate cover.

No. Title Length
1. "Space Race" 3:47
2. "Pages and Matches" 2:30
3. "Slippin' Out" 3:08
4. "Good Guys Always Win (Satire)" 3:18
5. "Burning Up" 3:35
6. "I Don't Know" 2:29
7. "People" 3:52
8. "Ghosts" 3:43
9. "Ice Cold Dead" 4:18
10. "Living in September" 2:38
11. "It Only Hurts When I'm Laughing" 4:05

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