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Phenomenauts, the / Re-Entry
Album:Re-Entry Collection:General
Artist:Phenomenauts, the Added:01/2005
Label:Springman Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2005-02-06 Pull Date:2005-04-10 
Week Ending:20 Mar13 Mar6 Mar27 Feb20 Feb13 Feb
Airplays:112233

 Recent Airplay
1.Feb 06, 2007:At Your Local Dive
Rocket Roll
4.Apr 19, 2006:the evil twins
Where Is the X-38
2.Sep 20, 2006:At Your Local Dive
Where Is the X-38
5.Jan 25, 2006:The Dub Space
Hurry Let's Go
3.Jul 04, 2006:patriotism without futbol
Where Is the X-38
6.Aug 19, 2005:The Dog and Pony Show
Giant Astroid

Album Review
Mor
Reviewed 2005-02-03 
Oakland fun space-surf rock-and-really-roll gang. Now these guys take the space theme SERIOUSLY. From the spacevan they drive around town (right out of Space Balls) to the onstage outfits, to the topic and lyrics, and even – check this out – a dedication of the album to the "brave men and women of NASA". The songs: upbeat surf-guitar rock, rowdy and bouncy. "Cool stuff". Liked 5, 7, 8, 11.

1. Spooky sound effect, loud, fast tempo.
2. Mid tempo, with a loud chorus dash, cool.
3. More spookiness, mid/fast.
4. Upbeat, robotic. Last 15 secs spoken intro to next track.
5. * Like a 80s hit in punk/surf costume. Great. *
6. Mid tempo, funky vox.
7. * Mid/up tempo, great. *
8. * True Rock-et-Roll classic, excellent. *
9. Hyper ska. Fast tempo.
10. Upbeat, fun. False ending.
11. * Mid tempo, a bizarre Cure-like moment in the middle, cool. *
12. 50’s pop with the regular twist.
13. More 50’s class pop, slow tempo.

Track Listing
1.Mission 7.Space Fight
2.Progress Vs. Pettiness 8.Rocket Roll
3.Hurry Let's Go 9.Composite Synthesizer
4.I Am Robot 10.Gravity
5.Where Is the X-38 11.Giant Astroid
6.Neptune City 12.Welcome Back
 13.Space Girl