Space, "Space"

Last night, I somehow got to reading about the early days of the Orb, a story I thought I was well familiar with. Somehow, the fact that Jimmy Cauty, one half of the KLF, was an original member, and the album he and Alex Paterson intended to be their debut came out (with Paterson scrubbed off, of course) on KLF Communications after the pair parted ways. For it, Cauty assumed the moniker Space. (Tangentially, the other day, I was trying to figure out what the verb for "to become mononymous" would be, and I feel like it has to be "mononymized." Now, I can actually use that in a sentence. Jimmy Cauty mononymized to Space when he shepherded this full-length into the world.)

As you'd expect, it's chill-out and ambient—mostly, anway—and has a grandiose, cinematic quality.

Oh, and for what it's worth, Space landed a few months after the KLF's Chill Out.

Before I go, the Peel Session version of "A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain that Rules from the Centre of the Ultraworld," one of the only tracks from the Paterson–Cauty Orb to get pressed.