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Burning Plague - Burning Plague Red Vinyl Edition
Burning Plague
Burning Plague Red Vinyl Edition
LP | 1970 | EU | Reissue (Pseudonym)
21,99 €*
Release:1970 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Repress on transparant red vinyl. Burning Plague's self-titled 1970 debut album provided a flashpoint for Belgium's burgeoning blues rock scene, ramping up the intensity so far at various points that it verged on heavy. It wasn't quite enough to make the band famous, but their ballsy blues rock has made the original LP a highly-coveted collectors item. After many shoddy bootlegs now there is a legitimate reissue, 24-bit remastered from the original tapes with the full cooperation of the band. This edition reproduces the original artwork and includes a detailed biography by Doug Sheppard of Ugly Things magazine. LP on 180-gram vinyl!
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Group 1850 - Paradise Now Purple Vinyl Edition
Group 1850
Paradise Now Purple Vinyl Edition
LP | 1969 | EU | Reissue (Pseudonym)
21,99 €*
Release:1969 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Repress on purple vinyl. Recorded, edited and mixed over one long Red Lebanon hash-fueled weekend in October 1969, Group 1850's second album, 'Paradise Now', remains one of the high-water marks of European psychedelia. A wide-eyed, wide-open, synapse-electrifying set of songs, it sounds like the transmissions of a burnt-out satellite spinning through the galaxies of inner space. Group 1850 leader Peter Sjardin skillfully edited the group's free-flowing improvisations into eight cohesive, yet distinctly different tracks, part 'Saucerful Of Secrets', part 'Electric Ladyland', part Guru Guru, part Can circa 'Monster Movie'-era. The album was originally released on Discofoon, the label owned by the Dutch department store chain V&D. It has since become a highly sought-after collectors item. This reissue is packaged in a lavish gatefold sleeve with the original cover artwork, supplemented by rare photos and liner notes by Mike Stax of Ugly Things magazine.
Cosmic Dealer - Crystallization Turquoise Vinyl Edition
Cosmic Dealer
Crystallization Turquoise Vinyl Edition
2LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Pseudonym)
23,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
epress of 200 copies on solid turquoise coloured vinyl. Formed in Dordrecht in 1968, Cosmic Dealer was one of the most gifted bands to emerge from Holland's rich psychedelic scene. The band's only album, 'Crystallization', is an underground classic with copies changing hands among collectors for ungodly sums of money. Allying powerful heavy rock with softer acoustic sections, along with some sublime three-part harmonies, the album is reminiscent of the Pretty Thing's 'Parachute'. Highlights include the magnificent 'Child Of The Golden Sun', the West Coast-flavoured 'If There Is Nothing Behind The Hills' and the mesmeric title track, which demonstrates that psychedelic rock was still very much alive and well in the Netherlands in 1971. This expanded, double-disc 180-gram vinyl edition presents the 'Crystallization' LP in its entirety, along with a trove of previously unreleased demos and live tracks, all mastered in ear-caressing fidelity from the original tapes. Bonus material includes the thrilling instrumental 'Fast', taken from a live radio session, single mixes of 'The Scene' and 'Head In The Clouds', and a handful of 1971-'73 demos. The set comes packaged in a deluxe gatefold sleeve, loaded with rare photos and liner notes by Mike Stax from Ugly Things Magazine.
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