Crash Coffin’s eponymous album was originally released privately in 1974 on the MUS-I-COL label. It is very rare and sought after by early ’70s US psychedelic collectors worldwide. Not unjustly so, since it contains one of the best psychedelic songs ever recorded (God Loves the Loser) and a couple of other great moody psych tracks. It contains 2 unreleased bonus tracks from the same period. 500 pcs limited edition, deluxe 180g vinyl, heavy original cover and insert with group history. Insert also contains a sketch of how the original cover was supposed to become, if it were not for lack of funds, that led to an original release with plain white covers – half of them carrying Crash Coffins signature.
Murphy Blend’s (they were named after a brand of pipe tobacco) only album, is one of the best and rarest early German progressive rock records. Excellent hammond organ, that delivers a unique heavy psychedelic Krautrock sound. It was originally released on the legendary KUCKUCK label in 1970. This album, is a perfect example of the early ’70s German progressive Krautrock scene and should be part of every serious 70s progressive rock collection. English lyrics. Limited edition, deluxe 180g vinyl, heavy exact texture cover.
Vinyl reissue of the debut album by this great German group, originally released in 1970 on the Metronome label. On offer are impressive psychedelic/progressive rock sounds, more or less comparable to the Electric Prunes’ ‘Mass In F Minor’ album. Deluxe edition of 500 copies on 180-gram vinyl, with sound from the original masters. The artwork and labels are reproduced from the original release.