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1. Shock Treatment - the Invaders
2. Full Moon - Eden Ahbez
3. Man in Art - Attileo 'Art' Mineo
4. Countdown - the Crescendos
5. Ignition - Thomas Dissevelt
6. Celestial Nocturne - Dr Samuel J Hoffman
7. Looking Outward - Sun Ra and His Arkestra
8. The Moon - Ron Goodwin
9. Jupiter C - Pat and the Satellites 1
10. Ghost Satellite - Bob and Jerry 1
11. Robot Man - Jamie Horton 1
12. Astronic - Jimmie Haskell 1
13. Waltz in Orbit - Ray Cathode 1
14. Winds of Sirius - Les Baxter 1
15. How High the Moon - Les Paul and Mary Ford 1
16. Jet Flight - Sun Ra and His Arkestra 1
17. Deep Night - Frank Comstock and His Orchestra 1
18. Chant of the Night - Esquivel 1
19. Lover's Satellite - the Duals 2
20. New Day - Sun Ra and His Arkestra 2
21. Journey to a Star - Frank Comstock 2
22. Perpetual Motion - Moondog 2
23. Science of Tomorrow - Attileo 'Art' Mineo 2
24. Skin Tight - the Basil Kirchin Band 2
25. Adventure-Equation - Sun Ra and His Arkestra 2
26. The End of the World - Skeeter Davis

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Countdown to oblivion on this 26-track collection spiked with sci-fi dialogue and filmed in glorious Crampovision. Featuring wild rockabilly, unkempt rock 'n roll, novelty 45s, queasy listening and plenty of wonky pop sounds all in awe of the march into space. Including the weird and wonderful, mad scientists of sound, electronic innovators, easy listening space age pop and a homage or two to solar exploration. With Sun Ra And His Arkestra, primordial Theremin grooves, madcap rock 'n' roll instrumentals, George Martin in disguise, the legendary Basil Kirchin, guitar supremo Les Paul, Moondog and Esquivel among many others. Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine's Dave Henderson.