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The Bachs / Out Of The Bachs
Price: 22,90€
Format: Vinyl LP
Label: Out-Sider
#Ref: OSR039
Release date: 2015

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Vinyl LP / Reissue / insert with detailed liner notes and rare photos.

1968-USA

Originally released in 1968, this reissue © 2015 - Issued under license from Gear Fab - Made in the EEC. 

Release notes :

60s garage–psych moody monster!

"Out Of The Bachs" was released in 1968 as a private pressing of 150 copies and it’s one of the rarest USA 60s garage / teenbeat albums ever.

The band consisted of five young kids from Chicago, regulars at local teen dances, who decided to release an album as a testimony for their fans before splitting up. Recorded and mixed in just 10 hours at a makeshift studio, "Out Of The Bachs" offered 12 amazing self–penned songs with a sound ahead of its time. Pure teenage–angst vocals, crashing Rickenbackers, fuzz outbursts, killer moody tracks...

Sadly, all previous reissues of the album failed to capture the true sound of the original, until the Time Lag label reissued it in 2011, remastered from a pristine original vinyl copy. Out of print for many years, we present a new vinyl reissue using the same audio master as the Time Lag edition.

File next to Rising Storm, Fantastic Dee–Jays, The Savages...

Best audio source just like the ultimate, OOP Time–Lag reissue

"...One of the most legendary US garage–era LPs. Strong all through, in a crude garage folkrock style with some psychy edges and no covers, which is unusual. The band emits a rather unique, timeless vibe..." – Patrick Lundborg (Acid Archives)

"...Quite simply the greatest 1960s private press side of all time. Much more than simply another garage punk album, ’Out Of The Bach’s is the holy grail of post–acid teenage satori" – David Keenan (The Wire, Reverse Diorama) 

Tracklisting :

You’re Mine – Pleasure Of Your Company – Free Fall – I See Her – My Independence Day – Minister To A Mind Diseased – Tables Of Grass Fields – Show Me That You Want To Go Home – Sitting – Nevermore – Answer To Yesterday – I’m A Little Boy 

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Ouba / Ouba
Price: 22,90€
Format: Vinyl LP
Label: Out-Sider
#Ref: OSR026
Release date: 2014

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Vinyl LP / Reissue - remastered / includes insert with photos and liner notes.

1968-Canada

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Canadian rarity from 1968, recorded under the influence of hallucinogenic substances by a bunch on underground musicians: Michel Pagliaro, Tony Roman, Denis Lepage and Andy Shorter. The album consists of just one long freak–out jam divided in two sides: raw basement sound, acid guitar, stoned vocals, keyboards and loud drums, similar to early Soft Machine, Pink Floyd at their most free–form phase or Can.

Newly remastered sound, insert with photos and liner notes.

"Related to Maledictus Sound, this is a two track 28–minute album of acid–ingestion jamming from the bowels of Montreal, at his best bringing to mind a lower–fi variation on Can’s Delay 1968 session" – Forced Exposure

"...A freak out session for sure. Totally. Lots of drug–blasted chant and other vocal babble, funky organ jamming, fuzz guitar soloing, pounding percussion frenzies... freeform hippy energy music! But groovy, man, groovy..." – Aquarius Records 

Tracklisting :

Premiere partie – Deuxieme partie 

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Stone Garden / Stone Garden
Price: 22,90€
Format: Vinyl LP
Label: Out-Sider
#Ref: OSR018
Release date: 2013

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Vinyl LP / Reissue - remastered / includes double-sided insert with pictures and liner notes

Recorded between 1969 and 1971, except "The World Is Coming To An End", recorded in 1965. Tracks A1, A2, A4, A5, B2 to B4 recorded at Ripcord Studios. Tracks A3, B1, and B5 recorded in Doug Smith's basement studio. A3 recorded in 1965, B1 and B5 were recorded at a later date, most likely between 1969-1970 (based on liner notes).  

1965/71-USA

Release notes :

Stone Garden were a heavy psychedelic band from the Midwest, famous releasing in 1969 one of the best heavy–psych 45s ever, "Oceans inside me", for the same label as the legendary Fraction (Angelus). Between 1969 and 1971 they also recorded a bunch of tracks which never saw the light of day until the mid–90s, when the great Rockadelic label issued them in a limited edition vinyl album. Out of print for many years, we present a new edition of the Stone Garden album featuring new artwork and insert with lot of pictures and liner notes. Furious, ultra–primitive hard–psychedelic rock in Sabbath and Blue Cheer vein, highly recommended to anyone into obscure 70s doom and hard–rock sounds. 

Tracklisting :

Oceans inside me – It’s a beautiful day – The world is coming to an end – Bastard – Da Da Da Da Da – Stop my thinking – Assembly line – Woodstick – SF Policeman Blues – Oceans inside me (45 version) 

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Wildwood / Plastic People
Price: 22,90€
Format: Vinyl LP
Label: Out-Sider
#Ref: OSR063
Release date: 2017

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Vinyl LP / Reissue - First edition on vinyl / Comes with a digital download card / Insert with rare photos and liner notes by Alec Palao

Featuring tracks from their two 45s for the Magnum label plus a selection of their not released at the time studio cuts from 1968-1970, recorded at Max Weiss’ Fantasy Studios and originally unearthed by Frantic Records in 2012 for their 2CD Wildwood compilation. 

1968/70-USA

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Raw, in–your–face hard psychedelia with plenty of Vox and Hammond organ, hard guitar and powerful vocals courtesy of WILDWOOD. Formed in the late ’60s in Stockton, California, this powerful outfit rubbed shoulders with groups like Country Weather, Steve Miller Band or Grateful Dead and played at legendary venues such as the Fillmore and the Matrix.

Featuring tracks from their two rare 45s for the Magnum label (including the punk–a–delic classic "Plastic People") plus a selection of their fabulous, not released at the time studio cuts from 1968–1970, recorded at Max Weiss’ Fantasy Studios and originally unearthed by Frantic Records in 2012 for their 2CD Wildwood compilation.

RIYL: Public Nuisance, The Doors, Music Machine, Steppenwolf, Hunger, Jungle... *Insert with rare photos and liner notes by Alec Palao.

*LP includes digital download card.

"...dark and vaguely sinister in both look and sound, Wildwood melded the fuck–you attitude of the garage era with a soulful R&B streak and some enviable hard rock chops." – Alec Palao

"This is Wildwood, it’s black, it’s dark, whatever it is, it’s us." – Frank Colli (Wildwood) 

Tracklisting :

Plastic People – Swimming – Mothers – Choo Choo Thunder – Mary Midnight – Steel Cathedrals – Free Ride – Probing The Secrets – Mr. Wild Love – Gotta Keep Movin’ 

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