S.P.O.C.K - Do andoroids dream of electric tribble? -




- Introduction -


S.P.O.C.K photo     S.P.O.C.K is a synth-pop band came from planet Vulcan (they insist so).   Their bases of activity on planet Earth is Sweden.
    Their music was affected by 80's techno-pops and German-electric.   Especially, their first album has this tendency.   But recently, they had established their own style, I think...
    Lyrics of their songs are deeply inspired by Star Trek and other Sci-Fi dramas.
    If you like electric pops and science fiction, do not miss this wonderful world of S.P.O.C.K!!




- Discography -


albums

Five Year Mission

This is their first album, released in 1993, which contains Star Trek related "Neutral Zone", "Edge of Forever", "Charlie X", "Mr. Spock's Brain" and mega-hit tune "Never Trust A Klingon".


Alien Worlds

Second album released in 1995.   There are two ST song "Mirror World" and "Trouble with Tribbles".


A Piece of the Action

Double CD compilation of singles and rare tracks.   It contains previously unreleased "I am an Android", "Beam Me Up" and unplugged version of "Mr. Spock's Brain".


Assignment: Earth

Released in February, 1997.   Some of the song title came from Star Trek episode, but they are not related to Star Trek.   Only one piece called "Spooky" has connection to Star Trek.   It was inspired by Trills.


Earth Orbit: Live

The live album which was recorded on March 1997, when Cpt. EDDIE B. KIRK was still on stage.   (He was promoted to Admiral, and left the band to do ground service.)
The songs on this album are the best selection of S.P.O.C.K's previous works.


S.P.O.C.K: 1999

Newest studio recorded album released in March of 1999.   There are three songs related to Star Trek. "Dr. McCoy", "Android's Dilemma" and "Wolf in the Fold".



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