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"Pure Phase" was the second album to be released by Spiritualized, released in 1995, and credited as "Spiritualized Electric Mainline" (Jason Pierce stated at the time that Spiritualized were actually called "Spiritualized Lazer Guided Melodies", so titled after their debut, and nearly called them "Spiritualized Rocket Shaped Songs" for their next album, but soon rejected the latter idea) Again, the album saw a fluctuating lineup, with the band reduced to a core trio of Jason Pierce, Kate Radley and Sean… read more



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  • Avatar for LiquidSheep
    I'm surprised by how this is one of the least listened to albums by them. It has my #1 Spiritualized track, The Slide Song.
  • Avatar for NathelieJulienn
    what the heck with the tags and cover
  • Avatar for Nakkinak
    synthethizers are so good on this album
  • Avatar for Fernando_0
    This one comes after L&G, for sure :)
  • Avatar for Groves89
    I have it too. I don't know. Feel Like Goin' Home was such a perfect closer.
  • Avatar for optimistic_tour
    HOLY SHIT. got the 2lp version, and the tracklist places Good Times after the end, with a reprise of Pure Phase, side D - the best part is it's a longer better version of Good Times, nice surprise!
  • Avatar for CamelStrez
    This album is absolutely beautiful. It brings together the perfect bits of it's predecessor and follow-up, proclaimed magnus opus Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space, together in one package that is, in my opinion, one of the fullest and most brilliant albums ever to be made. So many ups, so many downs, so much atmosphere. To cut straight to the point: Listen to it, this album will reward you.
  • Avatar for JeremyLee
    Wow, this album is amazing! Can't believe I haven't given it a listen before.
  • Avatar for djkurwa
    For Pure Phase fans: Pure Phase Ensemble
  • Avatar for Bolshevized
    One of the druggiest albums I've heard (a good thing). Hell, it starts off with a song called Medication. I think the second half drags a bit much, but otherwise, great album. Go Spaceman.

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