Top Music Inspired by Planets And Austronauts

We all have our wildest dreams of becoming the next astronaut, the next man to ever step on the moon, see the glimpse of the burning sun or even just be lost in space for several hundred lightyears.

However, becoming this dream is not and will never be easy for someone who barely had access to the planetarium world. But then again, we all need a little inspiration, to begin with. Sometimes books and a variety of kids telescopes can be of help but sometimes music also can.

 

Top 5 Music to Listen To

 

Music inspired by space, astronauts, and planets is definitely the kind of thing you should be listening to. Not just because it is inspired from the space and everything that lies there but also because you can always imagine yourself having the best music video with it while imagining a facade of actually getting in lost space.

 

To begin with, here are the songs you should be listening to.

 

  1. Walking on the moon- the police

 

Imagine for a moment that you were actually walking to the moon, this is definitely the kind of music to make that dream come to life. It may not be now but come one day. Not only that but this is also a classic Sting moment with the band. Turns out that the music is also run through a groovy reggae-inspired which makes it really ideal to listen to. Just the exact groove you need.

 

  1. Spaceman- Babylon Zoo 

 

For the dream of having Pluto in becoming a planet, this music is part of that dream. In 1996 Babylon Zoo released this hit and promised to be around in the music industry for quite some time. Although years had passed since then but their dream for Pluto never outgrew them. If you have the same dream as them, then listen to Spaceman.

 

  1. Girl from Mars- Ash

 

For those who are in love then this song is definitely made for you. Whether you are into someone fictional, or you believe that love knows no boundaries, distance, light years and planets then this song sings loudly for your heart. Just like this song, it was also a classic song from 1995 by Northern Irish Ash, he is proof that the universe is never old enough… we are. 

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