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October 9th, 2013 5 comments

Mankind Space Time and beyond CD & Blue Vinyl LP

Mankind Space time and beyond CD

The pop group Mankind took the UK charts by storm and surprise in 1978 when they suddenly came from nowhere during the 15th-anniversary year of Doctor Who to smash into the Top 30 with their disco rendition of the cult BBC TV programme s theme music.

Now a special album showcasing all of Mankind’s recordings as well as a brand new Space Time 2013 remix by Dos Amigoz is being released to mark the programme s 50th anniversary.

This is a 6 panel de Luxe CD with the same beautiful artwork as the Vinyl Edition

You can order the Audio CD from

Mankind Space time and beyond Vinyl LP

This super de-luxe limited edition 180 gm clear Blue Vinyl LP package in a gatefold sleeve featuring ultra rare images from the first ever Doctor Who convention in Hollywood in 1979 and a free poster used to advertise the convention.There will also be a 6 panel de luxe CD edition with the same beautiful art.

You can order the LP Vinyl from


Categorised under: CD, Music soundtracks, Vinyl records, Yesteryear


  • GuY The ZyGoN

    November 6th, 2013 - 9:53pm

    -i don’t quite grasp the significance of the first Hollywood-based convention here, it was certainly not the world’s first (Panopticon ’77 for instance!) GREAT version of the theme though in any event… 😀

    • GuY The ZyGoN

      November 6th, 2013 - 9:57pm

      i mean the original Mankind release -the jury’s out on the remix! 😛

    • Don

      May 12th, 2015 - 12:34pm

      Oh, the English language. Read the line without pause and you get The first ever Dr Who Convention in Hollywood. In fact it was the first Dr Who convention in the USA, and therefore quite significant.

  • Leon

    November 6th, 2013 - 7:22pm this is a teaser for the song. ;@) sounds great.

  • Rose

    October 9th, 2013 - 3:48pm

    This seems interesting. I might get this.


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