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Newcleus - Space Is The Place / Cyborg Dance flac album

Newcleus - Space Is The Place / Cyborg Dance flac album
Space Is The Place / Cyborg Dance
FLAC album size:
1822 mb
Other formats:
4.8 ✪

JAM ON IT. Deeplay Soultec, DTEC0136. Destination earth (1999) remixes pt 2. Deeplay Soultec, DTEC012. DESTINATION EARTH 1999.

space is the place trigger auto man computer age albums teknology jam on revenge computer age(push the button 12' mix videos wanna be a bboy newcleus videos huxtable house party.

The song 'Cyborg Dance' by Newcleus has a tempo of 119 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Space Is the Place'.

Space Is the Place Newcleus. 2007 Jam-On Recordings. See All. Destination: Earth - The Definitive Newcleus Recordings.

Rights Society: ASCAP.

Newcleus - Space Is The Place 08:03. Newcleus - Jam On This (Old School's Back In Session) 04:09. Newcleus - Greedy Girls 06:38. Newcleus - Jam On Revenge (The Wikki Wikki Song) 05:39. Newcleus - Cyborg Dance 05:28. Newcleus - Why 08:09. Newcleus - Automan 05:49. Newcleus - Computer Age (Push The Button) 06:27. Newcleus - Jam On It 08:15. Newcleus - Teknology 04:56.

Album Space Is the Place. Why Lyrics Why do we have to fight one another? Why do we have to destroy each other? We don't have to do what we don't want to do – lets stop the killing Let peace be victor over pain. 1. Space Is The Place (Missing Lyrics). 2. Why. 3. Let's Jam (Missing Lyrics). 4. Make It Live (Missing Lyrics). 5. Cyborg Dance (Missing Lyrics). 6. I Wanna Be A B-Boy (Missing Lyrics). 7. Teknology (Missing Lyrics).


A Space Is The Place 6:44
B Cyborg Dance 5:35

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Wicked Stepmother Music Publ. Corp.
  • Published By – Wedot Music Co.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sunnyview Records, Inc.
  • Marketed By – Sunnyview Records, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Sunnyview Records, Inc.
  • Produced For – Newcleus Productions, Inc.


  • Mixed By – Jonathan Fearing
  • Producer – Frank Fair, Joe Webb
  • Written-By – M.B. Cenac*, R. Crafton III*


Wicked Stepmother Music Publ. Corp/Wedot Music Co. [ASCAP]
℗1985 Sunnyview Records, Inc.
Marketed and distributed by Sunnyview Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Centre label side A): SUN 429 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Centre label side B): SUN 429 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A - * represents an apple logo): SUN-429-A FW * A- ▷
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B - * represents an apple logo): SUN-429-B FW * A- ▷
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SUN 429 Newcleus Space Is The Place / Cyborg Dance ‎(12", Promo) Sunnyview SUN 429 US 1985
120·21·016 Newcleus Space Is The Place ‎(12", Maxi) Sunnyview, Bellaphon 120·21·016 Germany 1985
SUN 3026 Newcleus Space Is The Place / Cyborg Dance ‎(7") Sunnyview SUN 3026 US 1985

  • inetserfer
I be happy to found this both tracks at one record today. All the years from 1985 untill today, i was contented with the Album. Now i want to have the Maxi single in my collection. Especially Cyborg dance is definitly one of my top 5Electro Robot singing tracks. It's a pearl.
  • Uaha
Cyborg Dance's main synth riff and bassline are evidently inspired by Nightmove's synth classic Transdance as it uses the same sequence of notes. Or is it just me and my selective hearing? Main notable difference is that this production is more syncopated, less teutonic in vibe and much funkier. Both all time '80s electronic classics in any case.
  • Xaluenk
Nah man you weren't being lazy!...I get so excited that I have to write down my thoughts and feelings and then edit them again days after.... Intoxicants and music... ;)
  • Renthadral
Yes exactly that. I was being lazy with my previous comment. And yes you are correct regarding similar basslines back then. Being directly or indirectly influenced from each other. Both in note sequence and or texture.
  • Iraraeal
Do you mean the bass line from Transdance (New York Disco Mix)? Yes I can hear it too... But then again a lot of bass lines were similar due to it being quite simplistic/minimal (which isn't a problem as it grooves along very nicely)..
  • Shezokha
I can't believe this record doesn't get more recognation! By far the best two tracks from the album, stand out gemms that easily puts Jam On It on old dusty shelves! This is the most futuristic, musical and dense two tracks electro/vocoded hip hop ever had to offer, though amazingly, this neither really sounds old school nor retro, just like the most spaced out music Daft Punk could ever dream to produce for the Dancefloor, or so I think. I just hope my crate digging habbit would sometimes dig up records that would send this 12" off from my all time top ten, but I don't see that happening anytime soon, if ever...