Everybody knows Newcleus' electro classic Jam On It and maybe even Computer Age, but Space Is The Place (the group's second album) is almost always slept on. For those willing to dig deeper into Cozmo D and the gang's catalog, there are plenty of electro nuggets worth looking into especially on this album. There's the obvious attempt to recreate their big hit with Let's Jam which is alright as an alternative, but tracks like Teknology and Cyborg Dance have something fresher going on. Then you have joints like Why that bring down the BPM's and sound like some new school cosmic boogie funk. Fans of old school synths, drum machines, vocoders, and electro should definitely check.
SPACE IS THE PLACE