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Sheila & B. Devotion - Spacer album

Sheila & B. Devotion - Spacer album
  • Performer Sheila & B. Devotion
  • Title Spacer
  • Date of release 1979
  • Country France
  • Style Disco
  • Other formats AC3 VOX AAC MPC MOD AA MP2
  • Genre Soul
  • Size MP3 1291 mb
  • Size FLAC 1450 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 356

Devotion) was a disco group fronted by French singer Sheila between 1977 and 1980. This formation briefly reached popularity in Europe and to a lesser extent in the US club circuit during the disco era. The group recorded two albums (Love Me Baby and King of the World) before dissolving in 1980 when Sheila returned to her solo career.

King of the World is the final album by French disco act Sheila and B. Devotion, released in June 27, 1980

Sheila & b. devotion. Produced by Bernard Edwards & Nile Rodgers. Album King of the World. He's a spacer A star chaser A spacer (repeat). He's a ladies man Always greets with a kiss on the hand He protects us all At the ready to answer our call. In his own special way he is gentle and kind Oppression he hates Love in his eyes My heart skips a beat when I'm by his side. In our galaxy You can't trust everyone that you meet I'm so lucky He's the only one I'll ever.

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Stream Sheila & B. Devotion - Spacer by Will☑️ from desktop or your mobile device. In 1979, our adorable Sheila collaborated with our fabulous genious Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards of Chic on the King of the World album, which featured "Spacer" which peaked at No 18 on the UK Singles Chart.

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Released as Sheila B. Devotion (and Sheila & B Devotion) on the Carrere label, it was a natural for the disco era. Backed by "Don't Go," the extended version runs to 6 minutes 15 seconds. The song is about a man whose charm is out of this world. He might literally be an astronaut, but it's more likely that this star chaser is simply smooth with the ladies. More songs from Sheila B. More songs produced by Nile Rodgers. More songs from 1979. Joe talks about the challenges of of making a Duke Ellington tribute album, and tells the stories behind some of his hits.


A Spacer
B Don't Go

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Warner Communications
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Productions Carrere
  • Copyright (c) – Productions Carrere
  • Published By – Warner Bros. Music Ltd.
  • Marketed By – WEA Records Ltd.
  • Distributed By – WEA Records Ltd.
  • Produced For – Chic Organization Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Damont
  • Lacquer Cut At – Utopia Studios
  • Printed By – E. Hannibal & Co Ltd.


  • Producer, Written-By, Arranged By, Conductor – Bernard Edwards & Nile Rodgers


℗ 1979
Warner Bros. Music Ltd.

Made in England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): (CAR 128 A*)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): (CAR 128 B*)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etching variant 1): CAR 128 A-3 2 D AE [lyre symbol]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etching variant 1): CAR 128 B-3 D AZ [lyre symbol]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout variant 2): CAR 128 A-1 1 D V [lyre symbol]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout variant 2): CAR 128 B-1 1 D Y [lyre symbol]

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
8.073 Sheila & B. Devotion Spacer ‎(12", Single) Carrere 8.073 France 1980
2141 208 Sheila & B. Devotion Spacer ‎(12", Maxi) Carrere 2141 208 Germany 1979
2044 164, CAR 2028 Sheila & B. Devotion Spacer ‎(7", Single) Carrere, Carrere 2044 164, CAR 2028 Germany 1979
6061 232 Sheila & B. Devotion Spacer ‎(7", Single) Carrere 6061 232 Portugal Unknown
CR-189 Sheila & B. Devotion Spacer ‎(7", Single) Carrere CR-189 Australia 1979

Talk about Sheila & B. Devotion - Spacer

Two different UK released 7-inch edits of this single actually were issued, and yet there was no telling the difference between them as catalogue numbers were the same for both - which shared identical picture sleeves as well as labels. One edit was used on the radio (notably the official top 40 chart countdown) and faded out immediately after the guitar solo whilst another single version, of a slightly different length was available at the same time which featured a shortened edit of the 12" instrumental breakdown after the guitar solo before reprising the sung chorus again to fade. Anybody else shed any further light on this odd discrepancy?