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Lost In Space, Vol. 1 (1993-2002)


Download links and information about Lost In Space, Vol. 1 (1993-2002) by Laika. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Electronica, Jazz, Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:58:46 minutes.

Artist: Laika
Release date: 2002
Genre: Electronica, Jazz, Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:58:46
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No. Title Length
1. T. Street 6:11
2. Sugar Daddy 5:24
3. Breather 7:16
4. Coming Down Glass 4:58
5. If You Miss (Laika Virgin Mix) 4:44
6. Bedbugs 5:52
7. Go Fish 4:33
8. Uneasy 4:57
9. Shut Off / Curl Up 5:35
10. Lower Than Stars 5:23
11. Beestinger 5:09
12. Prairie Dog (Remix By Maxwell House) 5:28
13. Looking for the Jackalope (Peel Session) 4:19
14. Badtimes (Peel Session) 6:47
15. Go Fish (Peel Session) 4:34
16. Red River (Live) 4:44
17. German Shepherds 4:36
18. Lie Low 4:40
19. Lyin’ Goat 4:43
20. Marimba Song (Boo Boos Gone Mad) 2:37
21. Squeaky 6:24
22. Looking for the Jackalope (236 Mix) 9:52



Though Laika doesn't seem the best of candidates for a greatest hits, the band celebrates its tenth anniversary with a stylish two-disc collection that offers most to fans of the band (as well as fans of clever design). Separated into hits and rarities discs, Lost in Space, Vol. 1 (1992-2002) spends about an hour with an intensive Laika history lesson (three songs originally on each full-length, plus one only available on a Volume compilation), then moves onto a collection of live songs, Peel Sessions, a few remixes, and one new song. The compilation portion is well-selected, balancing band favorites ("Sugar Daddy," "Shut Off/Curl Up") with popular successes ("Uneasy" and "Breather," a pair of busily percussive tracks with a moody arrangement and understated vocals). The rarities are no less intriguing, hardly a surprise from a band with such a firm grasp on the reins of quality control. The group's cover of Wire's "German Shepherds" is a highlight, along with the B-side "Lie Low" and a Jack Dangers remix of "Looking for the Jackalope." Though Laika LPs are far too compulsory to make this a first purchase, one attribute that might push it over into the essential category for on-the-fence fans: clever notes from Margaret Fiedler and Guy Fixsen regarding each song. For instance, here's a factoid: Fiedler owns the record for most appearances by a female on a John Peel session — as a member of Moonshake and Laika, plus her guest spots on sessions by PJ Harvey and God Is My Co-Pilot.