The Compact Guide to Pop Music and Space Travel

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The Compact Guide to Pop Music and Space Travel
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Studio album by The Clint Boon Experience
Released 1999
Recorded UK
Genre Rock, Indie
Label Artful Records
Producer Clint Boon
The Clint Boon Experience chronology
The Compact Guide to Pop Music and Space Travel
(1999)
Life in Transition
(2000)Life in Transition2000

The Compact Guide to Pop Music and Space Travel is the debut album by The Clint Boon Experience, which is the band formed by Inspiral Carpets organist Clint Boon in the late nineties. "White No Sugar" was released as a single, as were "You Can't Keep A Good Man Down" and "The Biggest Horizon".

The Independent described the album (and the three singles included on it) as "spacey organ tempered with operatic blasts, and rocking good tunes. Crazy brilliant stuff."[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Presley on Oldham Street"
  2. "Comet Theme Number One" featuring Alfie Boe (credited as Alf Boe)
  3. "White No Sugar"
  4. "Not Enough Purple, Too Much Grey"
  5. "Only One Way I Can Go" featuring Alfie Boe (credited as Alf Boe)
  6. "Tiger Woods: Astronaut"
  7. "You Can't Keep A Good Man Down"
  8. "This Night Will See Me Falling"
  9. "Push Me Back Down"
  10. "The Cool People Know Who The Cool People Are"
  11. "The Biggest Horizon"
  12. "Andy Gill: Astronaut"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tim Perry (4 September 1999). "Pop: Album Reviews". The Independent. Retrieved 20 July 2014.