Rock It to the Moon is the debut album by English rock group Electrelane. It was released on compact disc in the UK in 2001 by Let's Rock!, and issued by Mr. Lady Records in the US in 2002. Too Pure, the record label Electrelane signed with for their follow up album, The Power Out (2004), reissued Rock It to the Moon in 2005. The album was mostly instrumental. Verity Susman explained, "Way way back, when we first started, we always had a lot of singing. But it never worked that well
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Electrelane's debut record has a very serious tone to it. Rock It To The Moon is the sound of a band unwilling to give up any of their integrity when it comes to making rock music. The songs are long, experimental jams that are really damn loud and appear to be destroying your stereo. Consisting of a guitar, drum and bass combo, it is the haunting farfisa organ that really makes the music come together. Stretched out over 74 minutes, this album is a dark, anarchic, cinematic piece of music that has random moments where it explodes into something completely unexpected. Inspired by bands like the Stooges and Broadcast, Electrelane display their influences by combining avant-garde and punk ethics. When the final and epic track "Mother" comes around, Electrelane show that they are four people ready to take on anyone who will listen to things their way. (Independent).
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Their debut album, Rock It to the Moon, was released in April 2001 through Mr. Lady Records. Although Electrelane started off as a traditional band with vocals, this album was mostly instrumental. But it never worked that well. For their follow up, the mostly instrumental Axes, Electrelane once again returned to Steve Albini's studio in Chicago. In the first recording session for Axes, the band played through the entire album in one take. This reflected the band's desire to have listeners of the album experience the band's live show. Emma Gaze explained the album was recorded "the way we rehearse and practise: we all stand in a circle and it is very relaxed.
Too Pure, the record label Electrelane signed with for their follow up album, The Power Out (2004), reissued Rock It to the Moon in 2005. The audio cassette was a format used from the late 1970s through to the 1990s alongside vinyl, an album may be recorded in a recording studio, in a concert venue, at home, in the field, or a mix of places. Recording may take a few hours to years to complete, usually in several takes with different parts recorded separately.