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Spock Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
Spock Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

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About Spock

S.P.O.C.K (Star Pilot on Channel K) is a Swedish synthpop band. The original lineup of the band were songwriter Eddie Bengtsson (formerly a founding member of Page), Finn Albertsson, and vocalist Alexander Hofman. Over time the members of the band have shifted: Johan Billing were a member of the band for several years during the 90s, but with the release of S.P.O.C.K in 1999 the band's lineup changed to the current one with Alexander Hofman (the band's only remaining founding member), Johan Malmgren (former member of Elegant Machinery and Aaron Sutcliffe) and Christer Hermodsson.

The subject matter of S.P.O.C.K's songs frequently centers on science fiction and, in particular, Star Trek.

In 1988 Eddie Bengtsson wrote a handful of songs to be performed at Finn Albertsson's next birthday party, with Alexander Hofman performing vocals; the three men dubbed the band Mr. Spock (named for Mr. Spock of the Star Trek franchise). After the performance at Albertsson's birthday celebration, the band continued for several months to play at house parties, and soon managed to secure some event bookings. In 1989 the band members contacted Paramount Pictures for permission to use the name "Mr. Spock." When Paramount demanded compensation for the privilege, the band renamed themselves Star Pilot on Channel K, abbreviated S.P.O.C.K.

S.P.O.C.K's commercial success began in 1990 when the Swedish record label Accelerating Blue Fish published Silicon Dream as a limited-edition single.

On stage the band members adopted sci-fi-esque personae, with Eddie Bengtsson as "Eddie B. Kirk", Alexander Hofman as "Android", and Finn Albertsson as "Cybernoid".

Together with such bands as Page, Elegant Machinery, Sista mannen på Jorden and KieTheVez, S.P.O.C.K helped to define the sound of the Swedish synthpop movement.

Representative songs include Never Trust a Klingon, In Space No One Can Hear You Scream, Mr. Spock's Brain, and Astrogirl.
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Circle Hat
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Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

About Spock

S.P.O.C.K (Star Pilot on Channel K) is a Swedish synthpop band. The original lineup of the band were songwriter Eddie Bengtsson (formerly a founding member of Page), Finn Albertsson, and vocalist Alexander Hofman. Over time the members of the band have shifted: Johan Billing were a member of the band for several years during the 90s, but with the release of S.P.O.C.K in 1999 the band's lineup changed to the current one with Alexander Hofman (the band's only remaining founding member), Johan Malmgren (former member of Elegant Machinery and Aaron Sutcliffe) and Christer Hermodsson.

The subject matter of S.P.O.C.K's songs frequently centers on science fiction and, in particular, Star Trek.

In 1988 Eddie Bengtsson wrote a handful of songs to be performed at Finn Albertsson's next birthday party, with Alexander Hofman performing vocals; the three men dubbed the band Mr. Spock (named for Mr. Spock of the Star Trek franchise). After the performance at Albertsson's birthday celebration, the band continued for several months to play at house parties, and soon managed to secure some event bookings. In 1989 the band members contacted Paramount Pictures for permission to use the name "Mr. Spock." When Paramount demanded compensation for the privilege, the band renamed themselves Star Pilot on Channel K, abbreviated S.P.O.C.K.

S.P.O.C.K's commercial success began in 1990 when the Swedish record label Accelerating Blue Fish published Silicon Dream as a limited-edition single.

On stage the band members adopted sci-fi-esque personae, with Eddie Bengtsson as "Eddie B. Kirk", Alexander Hofman as "Android", and Finn Albertsson as "Cybernoid".

Together with such bands as Page, Elegant Machinery, Sista mannen på Jorden and KieTheVez, S.P.O.C.K helped to define the sound of the Swedish synthpop movement.

Representative songs include Never Trust a Klingon, In Space No One Can Hear You Scream, Mr. Spock's Brain, and Astrogirl.
Show More
Genres:
Bass Music

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