1 Death Trap 3:51
2 Jack of Shadows 3:28
3 Uncle Sam's on Mars [Live] 5:44
4 Infinity 4:17
5 Life Form 1:44
6 Robot [Live] 8:14
7 High Rise [Live] [Different From Vinyl Releases] 4:36
8 P.X.R.5 5:39
Bonus Tracks: The New Worlds Fair by Michael Moorcock
9 Candy Floss Cowboy (Demo) 4:26
10 Fair Dealer 5:08
11 Octopus 2:08
12 16 Year Old Doom 4:17
13 You're a Hero 3:10
14 Song for Marlene 5:06
15 Dodgem Dude 2:45
16 Come to the Fair 1:20
17 Starcruiser 3:13
18 In the Name of Rock and Roll 4:07
19 Ferris Wheel 5:57
Attention, this is your captain speaking! To say the album gets of to a bum start is an understatement; in fact first time I couldn't even be bothered to continue listening to the album. I don't know why the awfully cheesy Death Trap is so popular, maybe it's rather different but to me it really lets the album down. It was great to hear Uncle Sam’s On Mars which I’ve seen done live but Infinity is by far the best track which simply put is a more orthodox ‘space rock’ number. The original LP got itself banned and withdrawn when someone noticed the artwork plug wiring is in fact incorrect. If you look at the cover, the neutral wire is being fed into the fuse – don’t try this at home! The album fades out with the vocal collision that is High Rise which is accompanied by some excellent keyboards. The scarce CD re-release contains ‘bonus tracks’ which are the entire New Worlds Fair album by Micheal Moorcock which is a real bonus for fans. Overall, a more mellow and underrated release.
|Decade :||60's ROCK, 70's ROCK|
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