Facts: Voyager 1 is a rare live EP by English (then Psychedelic) Rock band The Verve (then also known as Verve), released in March 1993. It features 6 live recordings from 1992 in London and New York. It features a live performance of the B-side One Way To Go and a "new" song South Pacific which was never recorded in studio.
The EP was only released in the USA, limited to only 1000 clear blue vinyl copies, though 300 are known to have been damaged/destroyed during the transit from Britain to America, making them rarer. There are also black vinyl copies of an unknown quantity.
It's a true collector's item for Verve fans (I would love to purchase it and frame it personally)
: I'm an MLP fan and I enjoy plenty of airplanes, and music. I have a SoundCloud and a Tumblr account. I am a musician and I make my own music as well as cover songs. I have a bass, an electric, and 2 acoustic guitars, 2 keyboards, a drum set, low budget mikes, and a PC with audio programs to mix it all. I can/used to sing in 19 languages (I doubt it sounds that good). Music is my drug, my addiction. I never leave home without my iPod. My favorite bands/artists are a-ha, The Verve, Green Day, Marilyn Manson, and Nirvana. The songs I write personally are influenced by them. My favorite styles of music are pretty much everything except rap, but my fav's are Alternative Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Dream Pop/Shoegazing, Pop, Punk Rock, and Industrial Metal.
I been drawing for over 6 years or so now, but don't have many plans to excel in it, it's just a hobby.
I value individuality very highly; I am a registered Libertarian. I keep an open mind about religion; I am an Agnostic. I draw what I feel like, and that could be anything and everything, meaning if it's sexy, it is, if it's ugly, it is, if it's cute, it is, if it's controversial, it is.
I have a lifelong dream of being a pilot, of some sort. Currently I am studying to eventually become a Computer Technician with hopes of sticking to it and moving up the ladder.