Bailter Space's first American release is also one of its strongest, a near-perfect four-song slice of original material that shows why the band's hype was so well deserved. The title track is actually the least memorable of the four, with Parker sounding a bit lazy on the vocals. We Know" is something else again, with.
The Aim (Cass, Maxi). Flying Nun Records, Festival Records.
Bailterspace) is an atmospheric noise rock band that formed in Christchurch, New Zealand, in 1987 as Nelsh Bailter Space; they had previously recorded as The Gordons. Its members are Alister Parker (guitar, bass), John Halvorsen (bass, guitar), Brent McLachlan (drums/percussion, samples). After releasing seven studio albums, numerous EPs/singles and a career retrospective compilation, Bailter Space went on an extended hiatus in 2004
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An EP, The Aim, appeared in 1992, and in 1993 Bailter Space released Robot World, their most acclaimed outing to date. Their prolific output continued with Vortura (1994) and Wammo (1995) and then slowed down for the last half of the decade, during which the group issued two albums for the Turnbuckle label: Capsul (1997) and Solar. In 2004, during a protracted hiatus, Flying Nun issued a self-titled compilation. Eight years passed before the band released another album, Strobosphere (Arch Hill, 2012), followed by Trinine on Great Britain's Fire Records label in October of 2013
|HUNKA 14||Bailter Space||The Aim (7")||Clawfist||HUNKA 14||UK||1992|
|HUNKA 14||Bailter Space||The Aim (7", TP)||Clawfist||HUNKA 14||UK||1992|
|OLE 041-2||Bailter Space||The Aim (CD, EP)||Matador||OLE 041-2||US||1992|
|FNCD232||Bailter Space||The Aim (CD, Maxi)||Flying Nun Records||FNCD232||New Zealand||1992|
|FNMC232, C17038||Bailter Space||The Aim (Cass, Maxi)||Flying Nun Records, Festival Records||FNMC232, C17038||New Zealand||1992|