Artist: Roger Taylor
Title: Future management
Catalogue number: EMI 5157
Format: 7" vinyl
Condition sleeve / record: EX / VG
Extra: writing on label and company sleeve
And For Sale
This single had been released from the album "Fun in Space"
Fun in Space is the debut album by English musician Roger Taylor, released on 18 April 1981 in the UK and 9 May in the US.
The album peaked at number 18 in the British charts, while it performed poorly upon its US release.
The album was recorded in between legs of Queen's tours for The Game and Flash Gordon albums.
Taylor wrote, produced, sang and performed all of the songs himself. The albums credits state "P.P.S. 157 synthesizers", a joke referring to Queen's usual statement of "No synthesisers".
"Future Management" was issued as a single in Europe while "Let's Get Crazy" was released in the US.
The album was re-released as a digitally remastered CD in 1996.
The alien on the album cover comes from the July 1980 issue of Creepy Magazine.
The back cover of the album shows Roger Taylor reading that issue.
The 'alien' writing on the magazine on the front cover consists mainly of upside down Hebrew characters.
The actual words are meaningless.
|Condition Sleeve/Insert||Excellent or + (EX, EX+)|
|Hard to Find||Common|