LP with silk-screened cover and a 2-page insert. Having unfortunately fallen into the pits of oblivion, The Velvet Illusions were never given the honour of releasing a full LP. Hailing from the American north-west, the young fellows (aged 14-17 at the time) soon moved to Hollywood in the hope of finding glory and success, but thanks to a shady manager (their lefty girlfriend) their 7-inch EP was plagued by bad luck. Between 1967 and 1968, three A-sides and respective B-sides gave the band a legendary aura, with their angelic faces, their Vox amplifiers and their weird double-necked guitars. Now their ten rare gems are finally available on LP format! Featuring organ, saxophone and an unbridled fury, it's a bizarre trip through garage music, ranging from acid beats to anti-pot ballads (!!!). Limited to 1.000 copies.