Ultra rare debut of pre-Mahjun French early prog unique mix of psych, acid, hardrock and avant-garde. Quite chaotic but very creative in sounds. Later they play jazz oriented prog, hence this debut is one and only at that time. For me it has sort of similarity from Moving Gelatine, Ven Der Graaf, Twink. Great copy as well!! Small tear on the rear at the opening, but laminated flip-back cover is very clean which is uncommon for this title.
Very rare Greek psych outfit mix of soft melodic rock and exotic folk prog with gushing organ, distorted guitar leads, flute, and deep haunting vox. Cover is still in shrink although some minor wear to corners. Record virtually unplayed, but there is a small mark caused by probably pressing defect on the end of B-2. You can hear some light clicks on that point, but other than that it plays pristine!
As same community as M.H.S. Rock who made crude garage psych compilation on RPC in 1981. This is very weird double album that high school kids play DIY off-the-wall rock opera. Expectedly primitive recordings, basement atmosphere, cult fanatic vibes, sacred female chorus, basically cheesy but sometimes heavy prog rock moves, organ pumping, drum breaks, musique concrete alike experimental tracks. Housed in gatefold cover with pasted slicks on the front and back only. Inside cover is blank as issued I suppose.
Ultra rare West Coast bedroom psych folk rock on legendary Band'n Vocal as same label as monster grail Brigade! This lot is contains his 6 tracks mini album from 1973 plus rare 7" single of The Lost And Found that Manfredi established in 1966. The album comes in plain white cover with a small piece of unpasted his picture, photo copied lyric insert and a letter from ABC Records that respond to him. The single has no picture sleeve as it released, but has foldout promo kit. A unique opportunity of rare obscure artifact.
Textured flip-back cover has a tiny rub area on the front top middle. Slight feathering at the opening edge, but overall nice decent example for this type of the cover. Record is almost M-, virtually no spindle marks on labels! "Factory Sample not for sell" sticker on the label.
Really nice dreamy baroque folk prog brilliance with soft melancholic vocals and delicate arrangements in Pete Dello, Colin Hare vein. Somehow still lurking under the radar, but I kinda love it more than those UK big tickets. Small writing on the inside of the album pocket.
The rarest on the label along with Room, Mellow Candle, and Zakarrias, tremendous heavy guitar psych monster! Cover is tidy with small lamination lifts and a few creases along the spine. Record plays almost NM except minimal ticks on the end of A-1 caused by a small mark.
One of the hardest find from this cult French label. Cosmic electronic psych experimental with violent synth pouring and Fripp-nized intense guitars. Pasted on front, and blank back cover shown medium to heavy wear and discoloration on the back, but again it's just blank cover. Front cover is rather clean with minor blemish only. Record plays mostly clean except a few soft ticks on A-1. Comes with insert.
Very obscure school project album made by teachers and students for special needs school, and given to their family and the participant only. Recorded in supposedly early 80's and the musically fairly unique from New Wave to Disco Funk, from instrumental popular cover to twilight original numbers. It's totally pure magic! Recommended for outsider private music buffs, and unknown disco DJs!
Astonishing debut of cult UK biker psych in wonderful gatefold cover, and is in hardly seen nice nick indeed. Just a few minor rubbing around the edge, but not repainted like most other copies did. Record is even better than the cover, no noticeable visible marks or scratches. Have full of luster and labels are clean with minimal spindle marks only.
V.I.P. of early Japanese prog rock scene, this is his first solo effort helped by those familiar dudes including Takeshi Inomata, Masahiko Satoh. Comes in front stickered flip-back cover, and is in pretty neat condition with a very small split on the bottom and lightest soiling from the long storage. Record is beautiful with minor sign of sleeve scuffs that does nothing. Includes elusive insert.
Never had before, totally doped Mexican heavy blues psych oddity with gritty vox and distorted guitar leads. Cover looks OK, but it seems once top/bottom seams were splitted, then neatly repaired from the inside. There are brownish discoloration mostly on the rear lower part. Record is luckily clean!
Top notch Argentinian heavy psych monster comes in textured cover. There are light to medium rubbing on seams and the spine, but no splits. Front and back exterior are overall tidy without any major faults. Record is amazingly clean from over there. There are a couple of inaudible faint marks only, and it plays fantastic!
Canadian band travelled to Germany, then released their first and the last album. Keyboard player Mike Lewis also released "Wuschel" album on Philips. This is typical mainstream-ish prog rock with some Kraut essence adding by Conny Plank who are the producer. Comes in laminated gatefold cover.
Rarely seen clean orig copy of Japanese psych legend housed in laminated gatefold cover. There are some light discoloration on the inside of the gatefold as usual, but otherwise tidy! Record played, but it has been well cared for. There are no scratches or ugly marks. Looks and play closer to NM.
The English translation of the band name is "Never Heard", that exact match of their musically. Abstract jazz and avant prog with frenzy freaky improve and weird haunting female vox. Though it's not typical free jazz. Subtle Zeuhl infected dark aggressive interplays, also has some psych tendency in their music. They later formed Henschel Trocken in similar vibes, but less violence. But, has typical Krautrock fusion attitude instead. Top copy, but not the best pressing.
Scarce first pressing housed in paste-on cover. Second effort of wild Mex hard prog with wah-wah leads and crude rhythm sections. Cover is in shrink although there are stain along the opening edge caused by once taped. Record looks OK, but kinda low tech pressing this is, so plays with moderate background noise.
As same label as Teoremi, this is follow up monster rarity in melodic heavy prog with dramatic vox, dreamy keys, and dazzling guitars from Trolls influence. Beautiful laminated cover has a small crack at the center area on the bottom seam, and minor scratches on the rear middle. Those are barely noticeable, and all in all the cover is in great nick!
Tremendous double album by heavy prog psych beast from Iceland. Orig first pressing released from Danish Parlophone. Housed in gatefold cover attached booklet to the inside. There are a few coloring to the inside, overall cover is decent nick. Both records have some scuff type marks and light hairlines. Plays mostly Excellent with occasional minor ticks only.
Related to Orange Wedge as a local musical mate since their keyboarder plays mellotron on Orange Wedge album. Unique mix of Zappa-esq avant rock and Genesis/Yes influenced elaborate symphonic prog. Including very rare promo booklet only available for a few copies.
Top notch Danish heavy organ psych grail in amazingly nice condition I've ever seen! Very fragile matt finished gatefold cover is the best possible condition with minimal sign of long storage. Almost E+, but to be safe side. Absolutely there are no re-colored spots especially around the edge. As well as record hardly been played. Minor pressing defect on the last song although it's the proof of the first pressing as all have same.
Scarce refined symphonic prog from Vienna featured vocalist Geno Pertot who released ultra rare solo effort called "Jew Nails" a year earlier. Front laminated cover has one micro pin hole upper middle, but apart from it the cover is quite decent. Comes with foldout insert. Record is Top!
Dark heavy prog psych beast from Argentina. Cover has some tape residue on the inside of the album pocket but exterior retain nice. Record looks and play rather clean from South America except one visible mark on the end of side one that may create a couple of minor ticks only.
Short-lived garage psych featuring Kimio Mizutani who are the most influential guitarist in 70's rock movement in Japan. Laminated flip-back cover is in great nick. Record has a few inaudible light marks. Exceptionally clean for its rarity! Comes with insert.
Their second effort, and totally different sounding than the debut. Acid soaked psych folk in hippie outlaw attitude with demented vocals, Beefheart-esq twisted songs, and desolated vibes. Very unique in the style! Comes in textured gatefold cover which has top seam middle split (about 4 or 5 cm). Front, back and inside panels are nice without noticeable major blemish. Record is Near Mint with minimal sign of usage.
Laminated gatefold cover is tidy and crisp with glossy lamination and sharp edge. Most would call Near Mint cover apart from minimal stain on the inside and small amount of light discoloration on the back. Record is beautiful with a few inaudible faint marks caused by inners.
Some hate this type of music, but some (including me) love it badly. One of the most intelligent French jazz rock inspired by RIO or Canterbury school than Zeuhl I presume. Totally dark ominous ambience in sounds with omnipresent avant-garde factors. This copy has a large poster that seldom seen before.
Main guy from semi-classic psych Elizabeth on Vanguard label on 1968. He released three solo albums, the first one called "Instrumentalist, Singer, Songwriter" is the rarest. This is his last effort, plays again favorite Elizabeth song "Mary Ann" in beautiful arrangements.
Rare second album of local Illinois dreamy folk rock psych wife and husband who produced First Friday and many other local artists. Cover is still in shrink although a bit waviness due to tight shrink. Record is beautiful except very small 2mm pressing defect on A-3 that affect 7 soft pops, the rest flawless.
They released monster debut "Mestre" in 1973, this is their second effort, less psych but more sophisticated symphonic zone in the realm of Genesis, Camel, and Renaissance. Sticker stain on the front top left, otherwise cover is tidy. Record virtually unplayed! Comes complete with elusive insert!
More avant-garde in RIO style jazz prog in Henry Cow, Muffins, Aksak Maboul vein. Comes complete with insert and 7" flexi disc (flexi looks like it got some chemical reaction on the surface due to long storage, but plays no problem).
Loud driving hard rock blaster with manic vocals and full of splattering fuzz tilts. Laminated cover has small corner bump. Odd rub mark on the label of side two but nothing too major. Just to be mentioned. Record itself is brilliant, there are minimal superficial marks only.
As same label as "Population II" by Randy Holden. This is another fine release from the label with CSN&Y influenced country flavored folk psych. Cover has deleted hole near the center through the label like Randy Holden. Though cover is still in shrink!
Post-Popol Vuh from Norway, this is their first release after changed name. A year earlier German orig (Norwegian copies were made from 1977) comes complete with elusive poster! Laminated cover has a small bump to bottom right corner, but otherwise great. Record is immaculate, played probably once or twice ever.
Pretty much unknown DIY folk rock psych stoner out of Des Moines, Iowa from 1977. Featuring odd off-center vocals and some fuzz outburst. Only 500 made, and most of them are disappeared now days. Top copy, cover is still in shrink!
Ultra rare German dark heavy prog. Infamous gatefold cover has lamination peeling off completely as usual. But, it doesn't have typical cut hole. Besides lamination peeling, the cover is rather decent compared with most of others. Also, record plays almost NM despite a few light paper scuffs on the surface.
Insane twisted acid folk outsider in Syd Barrett or Jandek vein with stoned out whispering vocals and lo-fi minimal backing. Record looks like hardly been played. But, known for notorious poor pressing this is, there are some marks from pressing faults on vinyl, it plays with occasional crackles. Have had a couple of copies before, all had same problem, but this one could be better than others. Comes with foldout insert.
Recorded in 1974, has been shelved until 1981. Their fantastic second album more into symphonic prog and heavy rock territory than their first with full of complex arrangements, rapid-fire rhythm changing, and scene shifts confidently that remind me of golden era of Italian prog rock. Cover is very flimsy and most existence copies have heavy wear on it. But, this one is in really nice nick except small tear and some minor rubbing. Record is miraculous NM all round!
Their rarest and the heaviest outstanding live album with full of fuzz outburst, spacey out there vibraphones, impressive flute actions, and wild overbearing vocals. A little over-sized very flimsy cover has some creases and wrinkles as usual, but still keeper for sure.
Probably the most desirable and the rarest Japanese private pressing in prog field that heavily influenced by early 70's Krautrock with real basement vibes and flipped-out organ showcase reminds me of Trikolon! Pressed a couple of hundred, but mostly destroyed due to bad sales. Housed in very obscure looking cover pasted their photo on the front and back without any information. There is an evidence of price tag removal on the upper front, but almost all existent copies have same since they put tags on covers by themselves at that time.
Real wild mix of spacey prog and cosmic electro punk with lots of sci-fi effects, crazy rhythm changes, frenzy guitar assaults, and alternate male/female vocals in the moods a bit reminds me of UHF "Timeless Voyager"or "Music And Beyond" by Beyond on private label in 1979. Though Quasar Light is more aggressive and fanatical sometimes. Actually it's hard to categorize, but another piece of a giant puzzle for private obscurities. Some light clicks on the end of side one due to pressing? Because, I can't see any marks on that section. Comes with inner.
Mega rare UK dreamy psych housed in one of the best acid leaking cover art. This one is 10 time rarer MONO pressing on black/yellow label with Factory Sample sticker on it. Laminated flip-back cover has a small amount of lamination bubbling on the front top left. Other than that it's pretty decent with some minor creases around the edge. Record shows some light surface hairlines, but they hardly affect playback. Plays mostly NM with occasional light ticking that nothing too annoying at all.
Chopping fuzz leads and soaring synth showcased hard rock trio with some urban funk elements. Their attitude seems late 70s FM Rock in the style, but recording production is rather crude and often too punchy. So, it's pretty unique in the genre, if talking about AOR hard rock. Not for everybody's taste I think, but this one actually my long time favorite. From a small tax scam label in NYC. Has a clean split at the center area on the bottom seam. Cover is still in shrink though.
Their third album housed in gatefold cover comes complete with 7" single with picture sleeve and unused poster! Cover has light shelf wear, but no significant damages. Record has one small mark that create a few soft ticks on the beginning of A-2. The rest NM all round.
Always favorite Swedish private hard psych with punk attitude on side one, and long hypnotic instrumental journey on side two. Quite unique album from the start to the finish in their own way. Flimsy cover has starting ring on upper and lower area, but that's all. Much better example compared with most of others turned up for sell lately.
Tremendous debut of cult UK heavy prog beast. Laminated flip-back cover is relatively clean with a few minor lamination crease along the spine and minor imprints on the front. Rear cover is tidy and crisp. As well as record is in great condition. There are a couple of faintest marks that do not affect play. Plays beautiful except 2 light pops on A-3 caused by microscope level small pressing bubble.
Rarer second album especially condition-wise, this copy doesn't have noticeable ring wear on the cover. Just a hint of long storage and dead pixel a like tear on the front top left under Neon logo. Despite those minor issues, it is still the best condition I've ever seen! Record is beautiful and shiny! German promo sticker on the label since it was exported to Germany when it released. Includes black inner.
Ultra rare privately made Argentinian heavy symphonic prog in the vein not unlike Bubu, Materia Gris, King Crimson, or the best Italo prog names. Housed in very fragile center opening cover that is impossible to find a better. There are moderate creasing, feathering, and ripping around the edge. Flimsy spine has quite a few rubbing and repaints. Good news is record looks clean from over there with a couple of superficial hairlines that hardly affect playback. Unfortunately insert is xerox copied, but looks like original.
This is impossible to categorize, you could think metal, doom, punk, noise, or psych? Just like "Shaggs meets Dwarr", they horribly play whole track, sometimes too primitive and desperate, sometimes totally disorderly. Maybe better to call them as psycho horror metal from agony of death!
Supposedly only 100 pressed DIY doped hippie psych from New Jersey housed in plain white cover with hand written credits/informations. Some interesting cover version plus their cool original tunes with totally lo-fi primitive sounding in Tool Shed, Patron Saints, Rubber Memory, Jarvo Runga, and Kreed realms.
Hopelessly rare and known as one of the most expensive Italian record along with Laser, Le Orme "L'Aurora", and Santoni. Fragile single unlaminated cover is in decent nick with light blemish and some creasing. Seams are sharp and intact with spine fully readable! Record has some surface marks and light hairlines that mostly do nothing. Plays really good through out with perhaps minimal ticks audible if listen very carefully. But, for normal ears it definitely nice playing copy without major faults. Labels are clean and center spindle is tight with a few spindle marks only.
Exceptionally clean orig of UK prog grail. Bright white cover with fully legible spine and no typical ring imprints. Looks almost NM, but to be safe side I would call "E" as it has minor rubbing on the bottom seam/coners, a few creasing, and small stamp on the rear bottom right. Record has usual surface marks from Decca/Deram inners, but plays flawless from the start to the finish!
Totally disappeared, and became Top rarest on this label along with "Time Is" by Raw Material. Gatefold cover is much better looking than average. Usually copies suffered heavy storage wear, rubbing and discoloration. But, one offering here doesn't have ring wear on both front & back! Very light shelf wear on the lower front and slight imprints on the back. Somehow spine is moderately color faded, but still not a big deal. Inside cover is nice except small blemish at top left. Not for Mint fanatic but overall pretty good example for this beauty! Record also well looked after, and not much played at all. Though there is one odd long surface line on side two which I've never seen before. Probably pressing fault or something. Anyway it completely none feelable or audible. Just a only visible imperfection. Otherwise it looks and play Near Mint all round! Comes with black inner as well.