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  • The Millennium stands as one of the most remarkable psychedelic bands from '60s California despite the sales of their only LP, Begin, did not match the big expectations created by the great critical acclaim received and the huge financial costs of its recording Although conceived as a studio group by Curt Boettcher (The Ballroom,...
  • Known as The Other Them or as the Belfast Gypsies, or simply as Them outside of the UK -- where Van Morrison's group was granted in court to use that name -- this bunch of Irish rockers (some of them former members of the real Them) briefly became the world's most dangerous punk R&B band following a chance encounter with Kim...
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    Munster Records present a reissue of The Love Depression's self-titled album, originally released in 1968 In the second half of the '60s pop music started to turn a bit darker The Beatles had increasingly added a more serious tone into their lyrics and artists like Taste, Cream or the Jimi Hendrix Experience stressed out the...
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    The Coterie was an ephemeral folk group from Drimnagh, a southern suburb of Dublin, with hippy and psych touches from the late 60s They were signed by Emerald at around the age of 18 This label, which released folk music among other genres, had a distribution relationship with Decca until shortly before the latter was taken over...
  • Munster Records present a reissue of Los Teddy's Doce Psicoéxitos, originally released in 1968 Los Teddy's were natives of the Peruvian Amazon region of Iquitos The band was created in 1966 and started to play the early-afternoon slots at Lima's venues, along with a bunch of other bands from Peru's capital city Tony Marin,...
  • Psychedelic rock icons The Electric Prunes formed in Los Angeles in 1965 with a musical recipe rich in fuzz-toned guitars and oscillating sound effects American garage bands from these years were rarely documented on live albums, making this recording a rare testimony of that era After a US tour in the latter half of 1967, the...
  • Kim Fowley has been a maverick presence in rock & roll history for over fifty years: songwriter, recordings with Gene Vincent, Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers and countless others, early manager of The Runaways and plenty of glorious failures along the way”Living In The Street” (1977) is a compilation of his solo...
  • Munster Records is proud to present the second installment of the Lee Hazlewood Industries (LHI) Records Reissues Series with the first ever reissue of The Surprise Package, Free Up Born out of the fertile 1960s music scene of the Pacific Northwest, The Surprise Package was comprised of members from The Viceroys and The Galaxies...
  • In the late 1960s, four teenage girls from Detroit hitch-hiked to Los Angeles to follow their dream Known as the Mama Cats, their combined voices, created a magical instrument, a holy harmonic vehicle built upon the inspiration and improvisation of four close friends Their ethereal voices and heavenly harmonies sounded like no...
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    The Mickey Finn may not have notched up hit records, but their sixties adventures took them from the East End of London to trendy clubs in the South of France and the Bahamas This collection of their work is an impressive tribute to their maverick, hedonistic spirit, comprising all their released recordings plus some "unissued at...
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    "As a luxurious aperitif for the future release of the Elements album (including its extra sauces), Munster Records bring us Macbeth, the staggering soundtrack by the English band Third Era Band for a Roman Polanski's film, recorded and produced in 1971 A magical invitation urging the listener to dive into unsuspected regions of...

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