Mental Experience Acid Reich's Mistress of The Perpetual Harvest was first released on cassette by Cool Beans in 1989. Dave Wyndorf, Tim Cronin, John McBain, founding members of Monster Magnet, along with Shaune Kelley and Joe Paone, were responsible for this primitive, raw, album. An ode to acid, to fuzz, to wah wah, to echo and to screams. A rough album that was recorded on four channels and sounds like it comes straight from hell. Here are the three songs from the cassette, Black Sun, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun and Theme, but luckily there are two more, Revenge Of Tim Boo Ba and Amazing Grace. The cover of Floyd's Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun stands out , a 15-minute dive into a trembling unexplored state of mind, as well as the Black Sun, a dark, scary and lysergically poisoned arrow. Let's flow our mind out with overdose of freak out!!!
GuerssenFinally!!! After a long wait, Noah's album from Ohio is officially released with the consent of the band itself. This means that on one vinyl there is their concept album just as it was recorded in 1972, while on the other vinyl there are the two singles (1967 and 1969) of Sound Barrier and for our delight some unreleased Noah's songs !!. From the garage Sound Barrier (of the inconceivable Hey hey, (My) Baby's Gone of the first 7 '') and the Markees were created the Noah, who left back the garage sound and turned to hard psychedelic!! With sound close to bands like Steppenwolf, Iron Butterfly, but also Oddysey or Mystic Shiva etc, Noah (Mark Schering-guitar + vocals, Larry Davis-drums, Paul Hess-bass + b vocals, Danny Hall-keyboards + b vocals) recorded one of the most impressive albums of this genre!! With plenty of masterpieces like Maybe You've Changed / Trouble / Still No Reason, Brainsuck, Goodbye Earth but also the unreleased wonderful psychedelic rock of demo Black Mother Nature. Noah was an exciting band, with the sound of Hammond organ being more than enchanting. Hurry up for your copy!!
Lost In Tyme Alien Mustangs is an excellent Greek psychedelic/garage rock band with several releases for labels from around the universe. This 7΄΄ (300 copies as usual for Lost In Tyme) is their third release for a Greek label. It include two songs, the truly magical The World As I Am, a song immersed in the revitalizing 60s moments (think The Electric Prunes) with fantastic guitars, a cool organ and wonderful vocals. On the other hand, Planet Bee has more current sound, loud guitars and drums, it is quite vagrant, you can feel in the air the Spacemen 3 or Wooden Shjips and of course a drone mood to wander around. Top single, one of my fave from Lost In Tyme.
Stunning 7-inch vinyl wrapped in a hallucinogenic cover!!