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Artist: CRANK/THUMP THEATRE
Title: A Night In The Cave
Format: LP
Label: Rockadelic
Country: USA
Price: $24.00
"Heavy-Rock with progressive touch  Split LP unearthed by the Rockadelic label featuring ultra-rare underground 70s hard rock sounds (c. 1971) with one side by each band. These tapes came from the Cavern Sound Studios (Stoned Circus, Bulbous Creation, Phantasia, Trizo 50); the Crank tape had Zep Jr.?written on the box, which is pretty accurate frame of reference. Thump Theater offers a more progressive rock sound with some good guitar breaks and catchy lyrics. Last handful of copies from a long gone edition of around 600 copies from 1997."
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Artist: JOSHUA
Title: Opens Your Mind
Format: LP
Label: Rockadelic
Country: USA
Price: $26.00
"When you think of 60s music from California the town of Sacramento doesnt immediately come to mind. But the state Capitol had a fertile music scene having given birth to mind melters Blue Cheer who paved the way for other locals like Joshua. Fronted by singer Mick Martin, Joshua were at the center of a scene that, for the most part, ignored the Flower Power shenanigans going on up north and worshipped at the alter of heavy Rock n Roll. Along with other locals like Sio Loris and Jericho, Joshua created guitar lead, blues based rock music with lyrics that reflected the current events of the day, War. Drugs. While the band never released any music back in the day, they did record an LPs worth of material along with some legendary live shows. Heavy guitar crunchers in a style that will remind you of one of our earlier release, Stone Garden." - Rockadelic.
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Artist: MILL RUN BAND
Title: s/t (Pilot Meets Stars)
Format: LP
Label: Rockadelic
Country: USA
Price: $24.00
�"An album that is the product of the efforts of one man (Michael Golembesky). He plays almost all the instruments himself and sings on most of the tracks. He is by no means a virtuoso on any one instrument: the drums are recorded almost obscenely thin; his instruments sound mid-range in terms of price; his vocals sound as if they were recorded underwater through three wind screens. I can almost visualize the eight track, knocked around mixing board and duct tape. But who cares? This album reminds me of the time in college when the whole crew and I gathered some 40s, some blunts and headed to Lizards Rock to watch the meteor shower. I believe a few of us even brought little hand drums. I was a bit too neurotic to not approach this whole ritual with a bit of cynicism. There is something a bit too� "well adjusted�" in being able to merely enjoy good friends, cheap beer and the magic of the outdoors and the universe at large without the slightest hint self-consciousness. What this album offers, unashamedly, is the music of these experiences. Homegrown rock, with some nods to 1960s psych and folk. This is a quietly inspiring and at times transcendent album. It is the work of an uniquely attuned individual coming from a place Id like to visit. Im far too neurotic to live there but I have been known to slip into this state every now and then when I think about a lovely girl I used to know.�" - Rockadelic. 1997 release.

Artist: MUSIC
Title: The Book of Music Volume I
Format: LP
Label: Rockadelic
Country: USA
Price: $26.50
"In the new millennium a few unknown bands from the late 60s/early 70s have surfaced with unreleased tapes, but to find an LP that was released back in the day that no collector has even heard about is a true rarity. Thats what we discovered when we found an LP by the band simply called Music. Their first and only release titled The Book Of Music Volume I was pressed in 1972 in a quantity of 300 copies and sold out immediately for $5.00 each at their local Michigan high school. Amazingly, not a single copy surfaced within collectors circles until 2003. The LP itself is a mixed bag of mellow folk tunes and over the top hard rock. Side one is the lighter of the two with obvious CSNY influences while side two builds into a Grand Funk-like fury with vocals that must have had Robert Plants ears burning. Rockadelic is about to release this unknown LP in a limited quantity of 300 copies, duplicating the music and jacket of the original release. This LP should have wide appeal as it explores a variety of styles ranging from Neil Young-like folk to Grand Theft-like heavy rock." - Rockadelic.
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