Be-Bop Deluxe ‎– Futurama (1975)

Futurama is the second album by English art-rock band Be-Bop Deluxe, released in 1975 on Harvest. Music writer George Starostin likens the songs to “free-form post-Shakesperian monologs.”

A1. Stage Whispers (3:05)
A2. Love With the Madman (3:12)
A3. Maid in Heaven (2:26)
A4. Sister Seagull (3:36)
A5. Sound Track (6:15)
B1. Music in Dreamland (4:44)
B2. Jean Cocteau (2:53)
B3. Between the Worlds (3:17)
B4. Swan Song (6:03)

Bill Nelson – guitar, lead and backing vocals, keyboards
Charlie Tumahai – bass, backing vocals
Simon Fox – drums

Roy Thomas Baker — producer


1 thought on “Be-Bop Deluxe ‎– Futurama (1975)

  1. I prefer the spontaneous, fluid, flamboyant energy of Futurama and the cybernetic, space-age austerity of Drastic Plastic. I think the two ’76 albums could have been paired down to one solid set with “Shine” included.

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