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Resident Alien (Limited 2-LP Pink Vin...
$46.12
The Chinese Album (PINK VINYL)
$22.72
As It Is On Earth
$11.99
Hogyssey
$10.84
In the Meantime
$31.18
Testimonial Dinner: Songs of XTC / Va...
$12.24
SPACEHOG: LIVE AT CBCG'S HAMSTERS OF ...
$39.99
Songs of Xtc-Testimonial Dinner
$19.99
The Presidents of the United States o...
$11.98
Star 98.7 FM - It's Star Music
$79.00

Fan Reviews

user8497487
May 5th 2014
Cancelled. Sucked
St Petersburg, FL@
Vinoy Park
Jessi
March 3rd 2014
Spacehog was great! Wish it was longer.
Arlington Heights, IL@
Home Bar
Nina
November 21st 2013
Fantastic show!
Sturtevant, WI@
Route 20
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About Spacehog

Spacehog were a glam rock band from the 1990s and 2000s, heavily influenced by David Bowie, Queen, and T. Rex. The group comprised Royston Langdon (bass and vocals), Antony Langdon (guitar and vocals), Richard Steel (guitar), and Jonny Cragg (drums). Though all the band members hailed originally from Leeds, England, the band was formed in New York City in 1994 when Antony Langdon met Cragg by chance, in a café where Cragg had a job killing rats. Soon after, Langdon's brother Royston joined the band, and Spacehog were born.

On October 24, 1995, Spacehog released their debut album Resident Alien, which spawned the singles "In the Meantime" and "Cruel to be Kind". The band's second album, The Chinese Album, was released on March 10, 1998. Though it did not sell as well as Resident Alien, the band's popularity was increasing as Spacehog opened for popular acts like Pearl Jam and Supergrass. The Chinese Album featured a more "artsy" sound, with Pink Floyd-like piano on the opening track and Michael Stipe of R.E.M. contributing vocals to the song "Almond Kisses".

In 2001, Spacehog released their final album, The Hogessy.

In 2002, Spacehog quietly broke up and the band members went their separate ways.
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Genres:
Alternative
Band Members:
Richard Steel *lead guitar, Jonny Cragg *drums, Royston Langdon *bass+vox
Hometown:
New York City, New York

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Spacehog to play in your city
Request a Show

Merch (ad)

Resident Alien (Limited 2-LP Pink Vin...
$46.12
The Chinese Album (PINK VINYL)
$22.72
As It Is On Earth
$11.99
Hogyssey
$10.84
In the Meantime
$31.18
Testimonial Dinner: Songs of XTC / Va...
$12.24
SPACEHOG: LIVE AT CBCG'S HAMSTERS OF ...
$39.99
Songs of Xtc-Testimonial Dinner
$19.99
The Presidents of the United States o...
$11.98
Star 98.7 FM - It's Star Music
$79.00

Fan Reviews

user8497487
May 5th 2014
Cancelled. Sucked
St Petersburg, FL@
Vinoy Park
Jessi
March 3rd 2014
Spacehog was great! Wish it was longer.
Arlington Heights, IL@
Home Bar
Nina
November 21st 2013
Fantastic show!
Sturtevant, WI@
Route 20
View More Fan Reviews

About Spacehog

Spacehog were a glam rock band from the 1990s and 2000s, heavily influenced by David Bowie, Queen, and T. Rex. The group comprised Royston Langdon (bass and vocals), Antony Langdon (guitar and vocals), Richard Steel (guitar), and Jonny Cragg (drums). Though all the band members hailed originally from Leeds, England, the band was formed in New York City in 1994 when Antony Langdon met Cragg by chance, in a café where Cragg had a job killing rats. Soon after, Langdon's brother Royston joined the band, and Spacehog were born.

On October 24, 1995, Spacehog released their debut album Resident Alien, which spawned the singles "In the Meantime" and "Cruel to be Kind". The band's second album, The Chinese Album, was released on March 10, 1998. Though it did not sell as well as Resident Alien, the band's popularity was increasing as Spacehog opened for popular acts like Pearl Jam and Supergrass. The Chinese Album featured a more "artsy" sound, with Pink Floyd-like piano on the opening track and Michael Stipe of R.E.M. contributing vocals to the song "Almond Kisses".

In 2001, Spacehog released their final album, The Hogessy.

In 2002, Spacehog quietly broke up and the band members went their separate ways.
Show More
Genres:
Alternative
Band Members:
Richard Steel *lead guitar, Jonny Cragg *drums, Royston Langdon *bass+vox
Hometown:
New York City, New York

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