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Perry Farrell's Spaceland Satellite Party

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Perry Farrell’s environmentally conscious, glammy, speed rock ensemble, Satellite Party, played a secret show at Spaceland last night, and LAist stepped out to sip champagne with the frenetic frontman. The older he gets, the more he looks like Screech. It's remarkable.

The band was tight, the sound was clean, the blond was dirty, and everyone was having a good time. Risking permanently-banned status, we now present a few contraband pictures taken by our own Andy Sternberg that link to some YouTube clips taken by somebody else. Happy Midnight.

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Photos by Andy Sternberg