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Babylon Zoo's latest or related album is Boy With the X-Ray Eyes
Which is released on 1996-03-19 from record company Capitol.
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Babylon Zoo was a British rock band of the mid-1990s from Wolverhampton, England, fronted by Jas Mann. They were best known for the song “Spaceman”, which on its release on January 21, 1996, went straight to Number 1 on the UK singles chart, selling 418,000 copies in the first week of release - a record at the time. Jas Mann had formerly been in an indie music band, called The Sandkings, which he left in 1992, because of musical differences. Babylon Zoo was signed to Phonogram Records after A&R rep Clive Black heard their first three-track demo tape in May 1993. When Black moved to Warner Bros. Records in 1993, he took Mann’s contract with him. An album had been prepared and sleeves for a single, “Fire Guided Light”, were printed, but Babylon Zoo’s debut was put on hold again when Black moved once more to EMI in 1995, where the band were signed on to a seven-album contract. However, promotional copies of the song “Spaceman” had already been distributed, and chosen to tie in with the release of a new Levi’s jeans TV advert. The single went straight to Number 1 on the UK singles chart and also went to Number 1 in the single charts in twenty-three countries. An album entitled The Boy With the X-Ray Eyes was produced at Mann’s New Atlantis Productions music/artwork/video centre. It was released in 1996 and included new-age tracks such as “Is Your Soul for Sale?” and “I’m Cracking Up I Need a Pill”. It debuted at #6 on the album charts and reached the Top 20 in 17 countries, including Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Learn more about Babylon Zoo