Ultra rare promo only recorded live at the Atlantic Recording Studios, December 7, 1977. 100% orig copy with matrices are LASS corrected into LAAS., not counterfeit turn around. Comes complete with a letter and return postcard from Atlantic Records. Cover is pristine, record hardly played with no sign of use. Though plays a bit crackle due to the pressing.
Loud hard prog power trio from Alps. Laminated gatefold cover in in decent nick except 5cm split on the top seam middle. There is a small stamp on the deep inside of the album pocket. Record hardly been played, just a few minor sign of moving inside sleeve.
He played electric piano on legendary monster prog called "Kalevala" in his earliest carrier. Also, played in Eero Koivistoine team and Pekka Pohjola's Uni Sono as a key player. This is his first solo effort, and fantastic jazz rock crossover groove.
From Los Angeles, obscure synth wave DIY electronic disco influenced by Kraftwerk or Gary Numan. Blue wax as issued comes with poster and inserts. Slight edge warp mostly does not affect play except minimal noise on the very beginning of each sides.
Underground doomy proto prog psych beast. Cover is quite decent with a few lamination crease and lifting. No seam split. Spine fully legible. Record looks nice with some pressing bubbles due to poor Middle Earth quality, plays through fine although a bit crackly in quite sections. But, almost all copies play never Mint as known by collectors and dealers.
Swedish hard prog with full of hamond and fuzz battles ala Fuzzy Duck. Cover has some minor issues, but it's not that obvious. Actually better than average used copies. Record has some minor marks, but not played much, and it plays clear and loud!
His second, and close to same direction as debut album mostly into folk rock and pastoral folk in very English style. But, you will be stunned for the final track that contains ferocious fuzz mayhem by Way We Live guys after the silence. Cover has minor storage wear, but overall nice example. Record is pristine!
Large Swirl label original first pressing comes in matt gatefold cover with ''Management / Jim Simpson, Big Bear, Birmingham'' credited on the inside. There is no break in between the tracks "Hand of Doom" and "Rat Salad" on the B side. All those indicate this is the genuine first pressing. Later pressing don't have ''Management / Jim Simpson, Big Bear, Birmingham'' credit. There are minor re-paint spots around edges, but cover is overall nice clean. Record has handful of light marks and faint scuffs but plays mostly flawless. Swirl inner includes, but stupidly painted many colorful dots on it.
Embossed box cover comes complete with reverse Swirl inner and elusive poster. Box cover has usual laminate lifting around the embossed words, and some crease on the flap. Record has some surface scuffs but plays great all the way through. Poster is Near Mint unused condition!
Great copy of Italian hard prog outfit living in Germany. Full of vicious fuzz tilts, massive organ galore and strong English vox, and those presume they are heavily into Black Sabbath zone. Laminated gatefold cover has light wear from ages, but no obvious issues, and overall nice and tidy! Record has a few scuffs on the edge of side one that do not affect play at all!
Not exactly blue eyed soul music you expected, but more into basement gospel psych with ennui female vox, loungy organs, and minimal rhythm sections. From Brooklyn, NY, quite interesting musically I've heard so far. Some storage damage on the cover along the top seam. Slightly waviness on the label of side one.
Danish underground killer blue psych blaster, on highly collectible label. Super copy comes complete with a small booklet. Thin foldout cover has minor crease along the right-hand edge, and one faint mark from a sticker removal on the rear bottom left. Believe or not, record is the best looking/playing condition I've ever handled!
Pioneering of Finnish underground psych blues rock, and members are later involved in Wigwam and Tasavallan Presidentti. Orig big heart mark logo on the labels housed in laminated cover. Cover has some lamination bubbling and small crease to edge, but still decent example for such a flimsy material. Record shows minor sleeve pattern that do nothing.
All star line-up with Pappo, Alejandro Medina, Claudio Gabis, David Lebon, Jorge Pinchevsky, Kubero D?az, Luis Alberto Spinetta, etcc Wild heavy psych blues rock jammer in maximum energy! Most likely this is radio station sample copy, so there are several stickers, stamps, and number writing, but cover itself is in decent nick. Surprisingly record is clean and well preserved.
Same group as above. Less prog than "Break A Leg", but more into magnificent synth boogie and outsider Disco pop. Record hardly played, but there are a few tiny small scuffs probably caused at pressing plant create some light ticks. The rest plays Near Mint.
Very weird mellotron avant-garde psych outsider with dark disquieting piano and ritualistic occult percussions. Double LP housed in unlaminated gatefold cover. Known as notorious bad pressing, so there are some background noise here and there, even brandnew copies play like this.
Unknown teen outsider out of Dallas, Texas who wrote all compositions and they are so good! Ranging from drugged-out psych blues rock to dreamy folk rock with wailing acid guitars, downer male vox and some angelic female vocal parts. A few stain and light spine wear on the cover, but still nice overall.