the preservation society

Long time visitors to these pages will be all too aware of our undying affection for Gerry Anderson’s live action late 60’s / early 70’s TV show ‘UFO’ – Barry Gray’s uber funky wiggy and jiggy lounge lilted soundtrack was adorned by an ultra limited outing many years ago by the esteemed Trunk imprint as well as an even rare 40th anniversary collection put out by the Fanderson organisation. So imagine our – somewhat – mixed feelings of delight and jaw dropped shock in turning up this little nugget by the Preservation Society. Released on limited issue sometime last year on Austrian imprint Record Shack this is a Hammond drenched reinterpretation of the show’s title theme by the Preservation Society, a freak-o-ramic slab of funked out 60’s shimmer toning all woozily fried as a full on sassy and sexy shakedown with some subtle Batman interweaves – frankly I’ve gotta get myself one of these babies. Oh and as an added bonus there’s a totally wigged out version of ‘space 1999’ on the flip.

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