|Space Age Bachelor Pad Music|
|EP by Stereolab|
|Released||22 March 1993|
Too Pure (UK)|
|Producer||Stereolab and Andy Wilkinson|
Space Age Bachelor Pad Music (also known as The Groop Played "Space Age Bachelor Pad Music") is an EP (or "mini-LP") by the alternative music band Stereolab, originally released in March 1993. The release became an underground sensation, and led to the band snagging its first major-label record deal.
The title is spelled Space Age Batchelor Pad Music on the front cover, though not on the back cover or spine; The sleeve and label designs use artwork and text from Vanguard Records' "Stereolab" hi-fi test record after which the group was named, including the "flagbearer on horseback" logo of Vanguard Records itself. The EP title was later used by Bar/None Records for a 1994 compilation of tracks by Mexican lounge music legend Juan García Esquivel.
|Side one (Easy Listening)|
|1.||"Avant Garde M.O.R."||4:09|
|2.||"Space Age Batchelor Pad Music (Mellow)"||1:44|
|3.||"The Groop Play Chord X"||2:01|
|4.||"Space Age Batchelor Pad Music (Foamy)"||2:14|
|Side Two (Neu Wave)|
|6.||"We're Not Adult Orientated"||6:07|
|7.||"U.H.F. - MFP"||4:53|
|8.||"We're Not Adult Orientated (Neu Wave Live)"||3:34|