Released in 1996 on the ForeFront label, Space is the debut album of the Christian Rock/Grunge band Bleach. It consists of eleven tracks.

  1. Eleven (3:02)
  2. Perfect Family (2:57)
  3. Epidermis Girl (3:57)
  4. Tea for Two (4:33)
  5. Cold & Turning Blue (4:18)
  6. Child of Sod (3:23)
  7. Crystals and Cash (3:43)
  8. Wonderful (3:54)
  9. Cannonball (3:56)
  10. Sugarcoated Ways (4:14)
  11. Space (3:43)

Many of the tracks on this album stand as critiques of the ideals of modern society. The first, Eleven, scathingly describes the shallowness of personal appearance, as Davy Baysinger intones sharply

The outside's there, it's a thoroughfare
But on the inside there is not much there
You love your pretties and your things
Are you nothing more than just a fashion scene
Other tracks investigate the nature of sexual desire (Epidermis Girl), greed (Crystal and Cash), and apathy (Cold and Turning Blue).

Interspersed among the more depressing tracks on the album are a few that delve into redemption and strong relationships. Directly before Epidermis Girl, Perfect Family tells the tale of a boy and girl who fall in love, marry, and remain together even with their faults. In Child of Sod and the anthemic Cannonball a man recounts his path to salvation. The title track, which closes out the album, is an invitation that tries to avoid some of the usual nastiness of prosetylization. The lyrics

I don't want to be your priest
I just want to be your friend.
sum up the song nicely.

As a first album, Space is surprisingly philosophic. Musically though, it finds Bleach before they had truly settled into their style. Subsequent works have been markedly warmer and smoother.