|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||We Lyve / Elements||6||Audio||1998||Superegular Recordings|
|2||Illegalienz EP||4||Audio||1997||Black Hoodz|
|3||Blood And Ashes||16||Audio||2004-07-23||Babygrande|
|4||151° / Divine Evil||6||Audio||2002||Babygrande|
|5||Jedi Mind Tricks Presents: Outerspace||13||Audio||2004||Babygrande|
|6||Top Shelf / Fire And Ice||6||Audio||2004||Babygrande|
|7||Shut Off Notice||27||Audio||2006||Not On Label (Outerspace Self-released)|
|9||Jedi Mind Tricks Presents: Outerspace||12||Audio||2004|
|11||Blood And Ashes||16||Audio||2004-07-23||CNR Records International|
|12||My Brother's Keeper||13||Audio||2011-08-23||Enemy Soil|
|13||We Lyve / Elements||4||Audio||1998||Superegular Recordings|
|14||Jedi Mind Tricks Presents: Outerspace||13||Audio||2004||Babygrande|
Outerspace is the brainchild of Philadelphia MC's Planetary and Crypt the Warchild. The philosophy of Outerspace runs much deeper than music; it's literally a family. The two founding members have been friends almost since birth and found a common bond in the music they grew up on such as Gangstarr and EPMD.
The Outerspace vision began to take shape in the early 90's as the duo worked tirelessly to hone the skills that would eventually lead to an alliance with fellow Illadelphians Jedi Mind Tricks and their home-grown label Superegular Recordings. In 1998, Superegular released their debut single We Lyve which was met with critical praise for its complex, scientific rhymes and ethereal, seemingly other-worldly beats.