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.
Loner prog mutation out of Mercerville, New Jersey. This seems one man project with several friends helping out him. Aka Tom Marolda who later released power pop superiority as The Toms. Created here is quite a unique prog with complex arrangements and DIY multi-track recording works in Yes, Genle Ginat or Zappa territories.
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!
Dreamy hippie folk psych from Alps, in the vein similar to Hand gEverybodyfs Ownh, Emtidi, and Oriental Sunshine. Limited 1500 pressed, and includes an elusive booklet plus never ever seen poster! Ltd. number Stamped cover has usual lamination lifting and slight peeling, but still better example for such a fragile nature.
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.
Another little known prog gem from Hawaii, very skilfully complex interplay, frenzy keys, and snappy drums, but they also play soft smooth ballads which are good advantage for fans of funky prog or Island mellow. Cover seems moderately yellowing, but no other noticeable imperfections.
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.
Their heaviest album with the highest potential in the mix of prog, hard rock and psych. Original stock copy on black vinyl housed in textured gatefold cover with attached inner page (has a vertical streak on the left-hand). Does not include OBI, but, cover and record are in superb shape overall.
British girls band whose album was recorded in UK, but officially only released in Sweden at that time. Amazing female prog with very skillfully yet boisterous playing all over. Melodic self-penned tracks and sick cover version of Stephen Stills "Love The One You're With" and notorious "Lady Madonna".
Ex-Materia Gris, mega rare symphonic prog featuring haunting female lead vocal with fascinated arrangements and Latin elements. As good as Estructura or Enfasis. Cover has light wear and discoloration, but very good example from down@there. Record is unbelievably nice!
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.
Amazing artifact of roaring wind noise performed by Seiji Onishi, Kazuo Kawasumi, Mituyoshi Shioya, and Goji Hamada. Housed in a LP-size book with 46 pages. B&W photos of the work of Seiji Onishi, text in English and Japanese. There are slight ring on the back, some soiling and light mildew spots on the book, but overall it's pretty neat.
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!
Insane Avant-Garde jazz prog into RIO territory with radical complex arrangements and Zappa-esq freak-out twisted moves. Cover has moderate wear and a few blemishes, but still acceptable. Record has some light marks that hardly audible. Plays NM from the start to the finish.
French Canadian lounge AOR disco bossa jazz, thought of Mutual Understanding meets Cortex! Small knock/rip at the opening edge that barely noticeable. Other than that the cover is beautiful, still in shrink! Record is immaculate!
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.
Laminated cover has wrinkling upper left-hand, some small creasing, lamination lifting, and corner rubbing, but still keeper for most. Record has fair amount of light marks and surface scuffs, but those are barely affect playback. Plays Excellent for sure.
Rather obscure, but pretty cool Mexican symphonic prog with real beautiful arrangements presented in. Odd glue residue on the upper front cover probably caused by manufacturing error. Otherwise the cover is neat. Record looks clean but kinda lo-fi pressing.
One of the rarest and off-the-beaten Finnish underground session featuring brutal vocal by Apollo/Kalevala guy and amazing drum performance by Edward Vesala. Very strange mix of psych, blues, prog, jazz, and folk, even trippy Eastern moves with Tull-ish Paroni's aggressive flute licks, wild fuzz outburst, doomy swirling organs, sitar, angelic female vox, etc... is there anything else you need? Great copy!
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.
Legendary Midwest male/female folk rock psych housed in thick gatefold cover. Record looks fine with light sporadic marks and a few minor scratches. Plays throughout great with occasional faint crackles that are not disturbing.
Unknown Midwest private folk. Been told only 100 pressed as promo purpose. Mostly guitar instrumental ala Fahey or Basho, but a few tracks contain vocal, piano, and flute. Cover has light to medium brownish spots on the rear upper right-hand.
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!
Fragile gatefold cover has some storage wear, but relatively mild for its age. Peterfs import sticker on the rear. There is a 16cm long cut mark on the rear right-hand that barely visible since the previous owner neatly blacked it. Inner is included, and is in great nick. Record has a few inaudible light marks, plays surprisingly well.
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).
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.
Certainly unknown private folk SSW with organic pastoral atmosphere, subtle psych flavor, and some smooth AOR act. Record has a tiny amount of heat mark on the edge that affect minor woosh before the music starts. Then, it disappears. Insert includes.
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. Record has some small marks. Plays almost great with a few light crackles on quiet sections.
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.
Pretty much unknown DIY folk rock housed in same generic cover as Birmingham Sunday. The first side reminds me of Justen O'Brien & Jake or Doc Holiday with late night dreamy psych vibes. Although other side is more into lofi boogie AOR zone, but still enjoyable for its obscurity.
Exceptionally clean copy of outstanding Japanese garage rock clearly influenced by Mersey Beat and 60's British Mod. All their original and all sung in English. Pretty much ambition for international success. Though sales were bad. Housed in laminated flip-back cover includes insert.
Mexican hard psych at its finest. First pressing comes in a thick gatefold cover. Cover has moderately seam rubbing and normal rub wear on the front and back. Record is much better than usual. It shows not much scratching or obvious scuffing. Has just evidence of some surface marks that barely affect playback.
Very rare Brazilian folk rock tropicalia with psych elements. Flimsy laminated cover has a large crease on the back cover, but strangely there are none appeared on the front. Record has a moderate amount of marks and scuffs, but plays smoothly with some faint background.
This is incredible! Indian female disco boogie grail. Flimsy cover has lengthy splits both top and bottom seams, moderately soiling and discoloring on the rear, but definitely a keeper from India. Couldn't be better! Record looks VG+ with a fair amount of surface marks, but no deeper scratches or ugly marks. Plays really well from beginning to end. No annoying crackles or such. Excellent player indeed.