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Flying Saucer Attack is the debut studio album by English band Flying Saucer Attack. It was released through the band's own FSA Records label in 1993, and by VHF Records in the United States in 1994. Pearce himself described the style of the album as "rural psychedelia" (which was also an alternate title for the album).
Further (Flying Saucer Attack album). Further is the second studio album by the English band Flying Saucer Attack. It was released through Drag City on April 17, 1995. His vocal approach of extended sigh as singing hadn't changed, but his words had a new clarity and crisper delivery, with fine results
Mirror (Flying Saucer Attack album). Mirror is the fourth studio album by Flying Saucer Attack, released by FSA Records and Drag City in 2000. Whilst battling several years of depression, Dave Pearce recorded Mirror, his second solo album using the Flying Saucer Attack name, with help from collaborator Rocker from 1997–99.
Flying Saucer Attack (album). Flying Saucer Attack is the debut album by English band Flying Saucer Attack. It was released through the band's own label in 1993, and by VHF Records in the USA in 1994. All tracks written by Flying Saucer Attack, except where noted.
First ever reissue for this unique Flying Saucer Attack live album. Expanded with additional material and a new side 4 mix from Jim O’Rourke. Produced in collaboration with Dave Pearce/FSA and Bruce Russell (compiler of the original CD release for his Corpus Hermeticum label). New artwork by Bruce Russell. While rightly known for the folk-influenced songs and spacey instrumentals of their proper albums, the briefly active live version of FSA unexpectedly delivered a blistering wave of electric sound
Seemingly emerging out of nowhere following an initial single or two, Flying Saucer Attack's debut album crystallized an incipient 1990s underground as in thrall to folk music as to feedback blasts and Krautrock influences. The description the band members themselves used, also considered by some as an alternate title to this album, was "rural psychedelia," and rarely has form so readily followed function.
Flying Saucer Attack were less about invention and more about combining disparate ingredients in a new way. Their most distinctive feature on first listen is the thick blanket of feedback and distortion that overwhelms almost everything else. The roots of this technique were clearly in the Jesus and Mary Chain 's Psychocandy, but where JAMC fetishized bubblegum pop, FSA applied hyper-distortion to British folk and the drifting throb of krautrock. Further from 1994 is arguably the quintessential Flying Saucer Attack album, with a little bit of instrumental miniatures, folky near-songs, extended spatial explorations-that made them good. There's plenty of fingerpicked acoustic guitar amid the white-noise din, and the bassy pulse of analog noisemakers floats in and out, evoking the spaciness of early '70s synth music.