Have you ever come across something—a new piece of fiction, new television show, new band—and wondered, “Where the hell was I when that came out?,” “This is awesome! How did I miss that?,” It seems to happen fairly often amongst Space Western fans. Case-in-point: Eric Reanimator enlightens us about the Space Western/Cowpunk stylings of The Jet Black Berries — ed. N.E. Lilly
May 6th, 2007 (5 minute read)
Sep 23rd, 2007 (3:39 minutes)
Gary Trainer wrote the Space Western inspired album Sundown on Venus in 1984. Here’s the title track, unreleased anywhere else, performed by The Atomic Swindlers. — ed. N.E. Lilly
Oct 28th, 2007 (1:55 minutes)
In 1984 Gary Trainer wrote the Space Western inspired album Sundown on Venus. We bring you a second tune from that album, performed by The Atomic Swindlers. — ed. N.E. Lilly
Nov 6th, 2008
It wasn’t even a vaguely held notion in my mind that there would exist Space Western Music… until I was introduced to the concept album Sundown on Venus by The Jet Black Berries. A cover of the title song Sundown on Venus, was performed by The Atomic Swindlers, and we have it here for download.