The Moray Eels Eat The Holy Modal Rounders

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From Richie Unterberger’s liner notes: “Fragmented song structures, odd dabblings in weird reverb and electric instrumentation, and a hallucinogenic aura of heightened fear and ecstasy. Often the songs reflect states of mind that are not just altered, but on the verge of disintegration. And no [other] acid folk album mixes inspiration and lunacy in as downright deranged a fashion.”



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2008 reissue of the first three albums by the trio of Conrad Schnitzler, Hans-Joachim Roedelius, and Dieter Moebius (which became a duo after Schnitzler departed in 1971 renamed Cluster). Klopfzeichen and Zwei-Osterei were sponsored and released by a church-run record label (Schwann) who contractually obligated the group to feature religious-themed text on the first side of each. Eruption is a live recording of the band’s last concert together in 1971. Guitar, percussion, keys, and cello heavily processed with echo, filters, and tape machines — unlike anything else that was being made at the time. Contains liner notes.


Jewels Were The Stars

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Remastered from the original tapes and released in 2003 on CD for the first time: These Things Too (Reprise 1969), The Use Of Ashes (Reprise 1970), City Of Gold (Reprise 1970), and Beautiful Lies You Could Live In (Reprise 1970). Includes 60-page book with photos and interviews.