APES, PIGS and SPACEMEN: Transfusion LP 1995. Overlooked Music For Nations. Classic Advanced British Metal. Check all samples + video


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In the mid nineties apes pigs and spacemen were a Kerrang favourite up and coming British metal band. They signed to Music for nations and released their debut album Transfusion, it got mostly decent reviews but the record labels didn’t release any singles or give it any noticeable marketing. They never became big (despite getting a lot of votes for best album of 1995 in Kerrang!)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Transfusion,
fantastic debut, the ap&s are probably one of the finest British Metal band though they are relatively forgotten because of music for nations incompetence. But the band is something really special and no one should be without their music, any metal fan should have this record in their collection, I mean the harmonies and sheer talent of vocalist Paul Miro is amazing.

5.0 out of 5 stars Great place,
The best debut ever.
Great place is lively rock that sticks in your head all day.
Do I need this is similarly awesome, with a great reprise at the end.
Singer Paul Miro has a great voice and writes some of the smartest lyrics ever. It is a shame the music industry treated them so poorly as only two albums got a full release. shame.

5.0 out of 5 stars
One of the best albums I’ve heard ever; if I was a wrestler, I’d have “”PVS”” playing me down to the ring!
Unfortunately they got rid of the guitarist after the first album, which didn’t make sense as he were great. Superb vocals, and the biggest riffs you’ve ever heard.
More grunt than a bull in a butchers.

5.0 out of 5 stars Overlooked classic,
There’s a perfect mix of melodic guitar, great beats, pounding basslines, and a great vocalist with fantastic thought-provoking lyrics. Anyone who remotely likes rock music needs this album right away, you’ll be singing along in no time. It’s just a shame the band seem to have disbanded.

Apes, Pigs And Spacemen – Transfusion
Label: Music For Nations
Catalog#: MFN 192
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: UK
Released: 1995
Genre: Rock, Alternative hard Rock, Hard Rock

A1 Great Place
A2 Safety Net
A3 Take Our Sorrows Swimming
A4 Fragments
A5 Twice The Man
B1 Open Season
B2 Regurgitate
B3 Do I Need This
B4 Come Around The World With Me

Producer – Simon Efemey
Written By – Miro (tracks: A1-A5, B2-B4) , Miro / Young (tracks: B1)

Engineered by Simon Efemey and Richard ‘Fingers’ Bottom.
Recorded at Jacob’s Studios, Farnham, July 1995.

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Weight 0.25 kg


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