Interplanetary Class Classics
The Moonlandingz - Interplanetary Class Classics
Critic Score
Based on 9 reviews
2017 Ratings: #40 / 669
User Score
Based on 49 ratings
2017 Ratings: #377
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God Is in the TV

The lyrics aren’t exactly always upbeat, but if Interplanetary Class Classics doesn’t make you want to at least throw some shapes, then there really is no hope for you. 2017 really is turning into a sterling year for stellar albums, and this is no exception.


Luckily for fans of ridiculous pop, they took it another step and made Interplanetary Class Classics, a wild work of twisted genius and more fun than rabies, that's for sure.

The Line of Best Fit

Their debut packs a far mightier punch than the output of almost any other contemporary group with whom they may share certain influences; not bad for a fictitious band, really.

Loud and Quiet

With as much regard for genre boundaries as the fourth wall, The Moonlandingz’ debut has shades of Brill Building balladry, The Glitter Band, Suicide, The Cramps and even nineties cult icons Earl Brutus.

The Independent

The Moonlandingz track the grubbier, less glamorous fringes of pop on Interplanetary Class Classics, but do it in impeccable guttersnipe style.

The Guardian

There will be more considered and crafted albums released this year, but few that are so much fun.


The Moonlandingz have turned fiction into semi-reality by making their debut album… and it’s brilliant.


In a world where Ed Sheeran and Drake are pretty much sharing the entire Top 20 singles chart, an album as wildly experimental and as much damn fun as this one is should be required listening.


‘Interplanetary Class Classics’ proves rock’n’roll is still alive and swaggering in the form of the solar system’s newest sensation The Moonlandingz.

Jul 19, 2017
An interesting debut that holds (at least in theory), all the elements to engage any fan of post-punk and psychedelic-rock seeking for catchy hooks and energetic punk antics - not without its due experimental edge, that is. The first few tracks show what an exciting band the Fat White Family and Eccentronic Research Council supergroup can be, as their best crossover between Suicide, Iggy Pop and The Flaming Lips start to unveil. Soon enough, though, things begin to lose flavour as fast as the ... read more
Jan 20, 2018
Oct 19, 2017
There is a lot of repetition in this song, where a verse is repeated over and over and over again. I get the feel that the band listened to a lot of fifties and sixties rock before trying to make their own attempt at their own album. If their live performances are anything like this, I would want to see them so find out how this translates live. I found this work to be fun and lively, and this may become a purchase.

BEST – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 11

01. Vessels - 8.5
02. Sweet Saturn Mine ... read more
Jul 10, 2017
original, but not good at all

fav tracks: the strangle of Anna
Apr 10, 2017
Absolutely terrible.
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#35/Drift Records
Track List
  1. Vessels
  2. Sweet Saturn Mine
  3. Black Hanz
  4. I.D.S
  5. The Strangle of Anna
  6. Theme from Valhalla Dale
  7. The Rabies Are Back
  8. Neuf Du Pape
  9. Glory Hole
  10. Lufthansa Man
  11. This Cities Undone

Added on: November 30, 2016