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.
Belgian psych jazz rock with powerful female vox in the vein similar to Julie Driscoll "Open" or Julian's Treatment. Housed in ultra fragile fold out poster sleeve which always suffers some kind of damages. This copy has 3.5 cm rip on the rear when folded, but not that bad at all. Otherwise there are usual crease and wear around the edge. Still way better than average as most copies are trashed. As well as record is hard to find a flawless copy due to the fact it comes in irregular sleeve. Though this copy is fortunately clean with light use only!
Mind blowing psych experimental prog. His second effort comes in amazing mandala cover art. Comes complete with foldout insert (has light mildew spots) and rare OBI. Record is mostly NM except minimal ticks for 30 seconds from a tiny marks on the very beginning of side one.
Unknown Minnesota private pressing featuring strange key player Terry Masters and his buddy playing drums. This is very weird prog outsider with full of spacey mellotron and organ gushing. Reminds me of Don Bradshaw-Leather, but way cruder and basement. Back cover shows his nude picture. Cover got light H2O stain, but still keeper for sure.
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.
Highly acclaimed by some private folk buffs, very rare xian folk rock sweetness with full band backing out of Dallas, Texas. Lovely melodies and cool passionate atmosphere. Cover is still in shrink, but a little yellowing and some small stain spotting under the shrink. Record mostly plays EX except a few ticks on the end of A-3.
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.
Pretty much underrated Swedish local prog outfit, but surprisingly nice album involved early 70's underground scene. Heavy, aggressive, and very complex playing to unique mix of jazz, blues, psych, and acid with fuzz assaults, gushing organs and snotty vocals in native language. Very hard to find especially such a beautiful condition!
Top rarity for Norwegian free jazz and heavy prog jazz rock album with destructive rhythm sections and radical eccentric guitar showcase by Terje Rypdal. This one must for anyone into Euro jazz, but not only for jazz people. Obvious psych prog involvements here. Very unique artifact that sounds very close to rock music!
Known as cult guitar hero who plays his ambitious guitar work for most of underground Japanese records in early 70's such as Ceremony, Uganda, Milk Time, Love Live Life + 1, Amalgamation, and many other important albums. This is his one and only solo unit backed by Masahiko Sato, Kuni Kawachi, Hiromasa Suzuki all-star lineup! Top notch Japanese instrumental prog with full of outrageous guitar leads. Cover is great except tiny crack at center area on bottom seam. Record has some whispy sporadic hairlines that barely affect playback. Also, there are a couple of visible scuffs on side one. Mostly plays EX with a few minor ticks on quiet passages. Has a rare insert. Not for mint fanatic, but certainly this one is nice keeper copy for such a mega rarity!
Aka Moe Whittemore, the owner of Indiana's cult label 700 West. This is his one and only solo effort. Eccentric psych prog sounding in the vein reminds me of Zappa or Beefheart. There are some adventurous funk/jazz rock moves with killer drum breaks! Also, he plays odd folk/country rock with flipped-out synth adding.
Related to Embryo, Missus Beastly, formed in mid 70's, very obscure Krautrock fusion prog. This is their rarer and better second effort in full of vintage 70's atmosphere with heavy moog, Hammond, distorted guitars, tense interplays. Very constructive, but also has certain underground vibes. Cool black & white mysterious cover, too!
Wild freak out Japanese heavy psych outfit with strong English/Japanese vocals, killer fuzz assaults, thundering rhythm sections. Totally doped and excited! Housed in thick textured cover with a portrait attached to the inside. Record shows light to medium amount of sleeve scuffs that barely affect playback.
Mono orig housed in thick gatefold cover with "Freak Out - Hot Spots" blurb on inside! Cover is rarely seen beautiful nick with minimal shelf wear from long ages. Both records played handful times only, still having full of luster and plays absolutely flawless!
Highly sought-after by now first solo effort of former founder of Placebo and COS. Fragile textured cover is in great nick except small tear on the rear top right caused by sticker removal. Record looks like hardly been played. There are a few faint marks visible under bright light, but plays flawlessly!
Very rare hard rock prog with sparkling guitar leads by Ray Russell. Gatefold cover has slight color faded along the spine and beginning of ring on the rear, but still tidy for it's age. Record shows some light scuffs that hardly affect play. Minor mildew spots on labels.
Main participants of Viennese Actionism along with Hermann Nitsch, Gunter Brus, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, this is his rarest action art recording. Absolutely not for normal people, but only available for NWW list follower, or people who are looking for non music, fluxus, body art, etc. Housed in sensational gatefold cover with attached 20 page booklet to the inside. There are some tears and stain spots caused by water damage mostly on the back cover. Record is beautiful and hardly played before of course.
DIY dreamy folk psych with plenty of weird effects and deep echoeny vocals. This is genuine orig comes in plain white cover pasted first pressing textured slick plus textured foldout insert. Stamp on the front cover right-hand blank area. Name printed tape on the label. Some light ticks on the end of A-1, but mostly plays Near Mint!
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. Fantastic laminated gatefold cover in beautiful nick except a tiny amount of paper loss on the bottom right corner. Record looks like played only once or twice, though pressing is not hi-fi for this title as always.
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.
Ultra rare Canadian psych private pressing with full tilt fuzz assaults. Cover is clean with slight shelf wear and previous owner wrote the title, label, and record number on the spine that nicely done. Record is clean apart from some minor marks and light hairlines. Mostly plays great with intermittently light crackles on a few spots.
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.
Legendary Greek giant who's first solo release of cult movie OST. Very eccentric soundscape with exotic instrumentals and tripped out psych overtones in Aphrodite's Child "666" realms. You see mostly French copies, but this is ten times rarer Greek orig with blue label.
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.
Top 5 rarest Italian prog album together Cherry Five, Capitolo 6, E. A. Poe and Exploit without doubt! Especially copy like this clean, you will never see again! Very flimsy single cover is unbelievably still protected by shrink wrap, but shrink is kinda tight, so there are ring imprints and some creases. Otherwise cover is in fantastic shape! Record does have a few inaudible paper scuffs visible under bright light. Though it hasn't been played more than a handful times. Still looks like brand-new as vinyl surface retain full of luster!
Canadian psych pop rarity in Animals and Zombies vein with some outstanding fuzz blast ala Guess Who and Ugly Ducklings. Wonderful cover is still great with light sign of long storage wear, but much better looking than usual. As well as record is unusually clean, and plays brilliant! Hard to find a copy better than this.
Ex-Elizabeth, his mega rare privately released first solo in dreamy sunset folk psych with great 12 strings guitar use. Record has plenty of marks and scuffs but plays through fine without jump or sticks. Has light crackles here and there athough music is still clear and loud. Comes with promo kit and photo of him.
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.
Mega rare Italian jazz rock with slight prog tendency in Soft Machine, Nucleus directions. Released from very obscure private label, and this is the earliest miss-pressing original copy with same label on both sides which immediately withdrawn. Definitely as rare as other Italian jazz rock big ticket called SPIRALE, but this one is much hard to find a decent copy.
Semi-various artists album contains Pugh's Place on side one, and Children Of Jubal and Rick & Dave on side two. Pugh's Place plays very aggressive cover version of Deep Purple by live recording. Side two is studio side, and they don't have any recording material besides this. Children Of Jubal plays heavy prog with distorted organs and noisy fuzz in Supersister and Soft Machine realms. Rick & Dave plays bizarre moog oriented trip psych and both worth a spin. Comes in regular white & purple cardboard jacket plus never seen cream colour jacket probably only for promo purpose.
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.
Dreamy rural prog rarity housed in nice gatefold cover. Cover is super clean and crisp, probably the best shape I've seen last 10 years except minimal crack on the top seam middle that barely noticeable. Record looks like immaculate and labels have a few minor spindle marks only. Though it plays some skips on A-1 on my turn table. Maybe my turn table is too sensitive? Or it is so called Loud Cut? Can play through without skips when needle weight changed to be light. The rest other tracks have no issue.
Stunning copy of well known monster piece! Awesome gatefold cover is really brilliant without typical ring wear, seam rubbing, or any discolorations. There are some evidence of sticker removal on top right of the inside cover, but besides it the cover must be Top. Record has one inaudible small faint mark on A-1. Otherwise record looks perfect, and plays Near Mint all round! Includes black inner (rather wrinkled).
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!
Without doubt, one of the rarest, and most heaviest prog psych from Argentina. Sounds like first Balletto Di Bronzo or 4 Levels Of Existence for me, totally killer hard prog with massive driven guitar leads, heavy pounding drums, deep threatening bass lines, high-pitched haunting vocals, and dark psychy vibes here and there. Very nice condition from South America. Cover is very clean apart from top seam rubbing and slight ring wear on the back. Record looks close to Near Mint without major faults. But, pressing is not best quality like EURO/US standard.
Rare withdrawn export only black label with pink I logo label comes with original black inner. Cover is quite tidy with mild storage wear only. Record has a few light scuff type marks on side two. Some minor ticks during quiet section, but mostly plays nice.
Rarest Zeuhl music album from Corsica island, sort of an amalgamation of Magma and Italian rock, one of a kind very dark jazz fusion Mediterranean prog. Front laminated cover is nice except light to moderate amount of discoloration on the rear. Record has a few shallow marks that hardly affect playback.
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.
Essentially Brit rural prog in Andwella, Stud realms with outstanding guitar leads and great vocals. Textured gatefold cover is the best condition I've ever seen in my life! As well as record is Top besides a few extremely light scuffs that do nothing!
Fairly unknown rural folk rock housed in slight creepy but curiously black/white art cover. Very smooth vocals and well crafted songs with sincere, healed late night vibes. Some tracks are rather commercial, but some contain lite prog-ish moments featuring melodic flute passages, jangly strumming guitars. A very good listening experience for those who loves obscure local rock buffs. Top seam split about half from the opening edge.
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.
Debut of highly acclaimed Norwegian prog housed in textured gatefold cover as very first pressing. Later and most common variations are matt finished or smooth cover. There are light H2O damage on top right, and the cover opening edge looks a bit waviness. But, not so obvious.