13 September 2014
The Daddy Of Them All - now on iTunes UK 
The Daddy Of Them All - now on iTunes UK

The classic debut album by Space Monkeys, originally released on Factory Too and featuring Acid House Killed Rock and Roll, Blowing Down the Stylus and Sugarcane plus 8 special bonus tracks, is finally available to download via iTunes UK.

Tracklisting

Acid House Killed Rock and Roll
Blowing Down the Stylus
Sugarcane
Inside Your Soul
Ready For the Rampage
Dear Dhinus
Cream Judge and the Clown
Smile America
Let It Shine
We Are the Supercool
Sweetest Dream
March of the Scarecrow
Awaiting Mr Crow
Keep On Tripping On
Sitting On A Cloud
Cream Judge & The Clown
King Monkey
Fantasy Island
Crash and Burn
Pin Up Boy
Obeying the Master

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