As same label as Olive and Ginbae, super obscure Japanese basement garage psych monster in Marble Phrogg realms. All cover songs including "Stone Free", "Nantucket Sleighride" with drenched crude fuzz-tone guitars, and desperate bad boy vocals. The rest others are all Beatles and Chuck Berry materials.
Top notch UK long haired hard rock only released in Germany. Gatefold cover is tidy with minimal lamination peeling along the opening edge. Record shows fair amount of light surface marks, but plays almost Near Mint. Virtually no spindle marks around the center hole unless you can see super faintest one.
Rare Aussie funk modern soul boogie cut include killer floor shaker "Ruby Running Faker"! Gatefold cover has lamination streaking and wrinkling as all copy do same due to poor quality of manufacturing process. But, the cover itself is tidy and clean inside.
Not monster but one of the best Canadian moody dreamy folk psych with rich arrangements, some fuzz outburst and terrific vocals. Definitely same league as Roger Rodier, Darius, Arthur Lee Harper, and Chris Lucey! Great copy, cover is still in shrink!
Quite unique Finnish jazz rock tended heavy prog with buzzing bass lines, thrilling drum breaks, strong brass unison ala Haikara, swirling organ/e-piano, and plenty of stinging guitar attacks. Very flimsy thin black cover has inevitable light ring wear and light seam wear, but surely better example than usual. Writing on the rear top right, but black ballpoint on black, hence not so obvious. Record is clean and plays Near Mint.
Unknown DIY private folk rock outsider with full band backing and contains one monster psych track featured acid leaking electric leads and downer muddy vocals. The rest he plays lounge flavored blues rock to soft rock. Primitive looking gatefold cover got light H2O damage, hence minor discoloration on the front top left, rear top right and the inside top middle.
Brilliant folk rock by Black Cat Bones lead vocalist. Housed in textured gatefold cover. Cover looks very clean bar professionally re-colored on a few area which hardly noticeable by first glance. Record is Top without any major flaw.
Holy Grail of cult real people outsider with totally stoned out sound structure and wandering weird vocals. He sold his records on the street in L.A.. Most of them were not available for covers. Some copies have handmade cover made by Jerry after someone found him back in several years.
Second of the blowout garage from the Northwest tradition. Rare Stereo orig on purple label. Cover is very clean as miracle for those vintage albums. Record has moderate minor surface marks, but they do not affect play. Plays superb all through out.
Fantastic copy of freakbeat punk classic. Laminated flip-back cover is super clean with a few lamination crease only! Records has light to medium amount of surface scuffs. None of them are feelable, but they are just superficial. Plays strong EX or better without crackles or whatsoever! Very hard to find a copy like this clean!
Bloody rare UK orig in flimsy green cover, and is in nicest possible condition I've seen! There are slightest imprint after the disc, but no ring wear. Seams are solid with minimal wear on the bottom. Spine fully legible. Impossible to find a better! Record looks like played only a couple of times. A few inaudible faint marks only, plays brilliant all the way through!
Pre-Asgard, rugged crunchy hard rock with standout blues riffing and power to the force vox. The cover has a few lamination lifts on the front and very slight starting ring on the rear, but otherwise it's much decent than most of others. Record is stunning NM!
Front laminated cover has some small creases along the spine and light shelf wear on the back, but overall still decent example without major fault. Record has some shallow hairlines and light surface wear, but no ugly marks or scratches. Plays throughout fine without noticeable crackles.
English and American duo released this fascinating folk psych album released in France only. Small mark on B-1 that barely audible. Also, pressing is not hi-fi for French records at that time. Anyway it plays superb with minimal hissing that nothing detract the music pleasure. Housed in nice laminated cover, and in stunning NM shape!
Obscure band called Sunday is the band from UK, but they released their album only in Germany. Great Hammond oriented heavy prog with some bluesy burn out guitar leads. A pleasant album from the start to finish, and rarely seen in these days. Laminated cover is stunning condition, can't be bettered! Record shows extremely light marks on the surface. Plays absolutely Top without crackles!
Obscure East Coast psych funk rock with outstanding opening cut included heavy organ gushing and fuzz blistering! Very rare first pressing comes in black/white cover with silver labels. Color cover re-press is also worth the money, but first pressing is more difficult to find.
Actually it's harder to find than their heavier second album, but still not that pricy. However musically it's quite nice blues hard rock with some exceptional guitar leads here! Housed in textured gatefold cover, and all in all strong EX for both cover and record. Try to find a decent copy like this. It's pretty tough!
The rarest from the label, wild freaked out psych hard rock power trio with full of searing fuzz assaults, gritty vocal actions, and unrelenting heavy rhythm section. Nice cover with mild bend bottom left and some minor mildew spots from long storage. Though still pretty clean for such a flimsy cover! Record has some light paper scuffs that do not affect play. Tiny light stain on the label of side B. The finest copy I've seen lately!
Been hyped as psych by old school psych dealers long year back, but what the hell I can now agree it. Maybe the production is too modern for those who expect psych, but this is pretty good hard rock, powerpop and slight prog tendency SSW with plenty of searing acid fuzz leads and thick synth galore. I found it's a lot better than other private rabbishes.
Danish monster rarity in terrific heavy prog to energetic jazz rock as same league as Burnin' Red Ivanhoe and Blast Furnace. Laminated flip-back cover is in fantastic condition! Record has some surface marks and faint sleeve scuffs, but they hardly affect playback. Plays really great all the way through!
In demand, Swirl orig housed in gatefold cover. Cover is decent with small initial on the back top left that hardly noticeable since black on black. Light to moderate seam wear, but no splits. Front and back panels are clean without usual ring wear. Inside is beautiful of course. Doesn't fit for Mint fanatic, but this cover is good enough for most collectors I believe. Record is NM with a couple of inaudible faint marks only. Haven't played much. Swirl inner includes.
Very nice orig of classic UK hard blues prog. Laminated flip-back cover is tidy and glossy with minor crease to edge and minimal rub on the back flip. Record has light amount of surface marks and sleeve scuffs, but they are entirely inaudible. Plays Near Mint throughout!
Tremendous double album contains one of the best and heaviest Krautrock prog with bombastic high energic interplays all over! Laminated gatefold cover is just below NM, but surely decent nick with light shelf wear on the surface and slight balding to corners. Disc one is NM without noticeable fault, while disc two is EX due to inaudible light mark on side three. Of course audibly NM!
Only 500 pressed real people madness housed in thick textured gatefold cover. Doped strange acid folk on side one, and field recording alike far out musical journey on side two. Cover is close to Near Mint at the first glance, but there is light stain from a beer can on the rear middle that barely visible. Record looks clean Near Mint, but you can hear a few minor ticks on quiet sections, though nothing too obvious. Overall great keeper copy for the most!
Incredibly rare German underground prog monster. Laminated cover is tidy with light general storage wear only. Record virtually hardly been played, but has pressing mark on side two between track one and two that affect very minor crackles. Other than that it looks and play NM. Infamous poor pressing record, so impossible to find a better!