Back in stock!The ├╝ber-classic 1966 full-length by The Count Five, the band's sole album, gets reissued on vinyl, including reproduced artwork. Based in San Jose, CA, The Count Five became famous due to the over-night success of the utterly exciting single 'Psychotic Reaction', which also became the title track of the LP. Apart from kick-ass originals, the album also features covers of the Who compositions 'My Generation' and 'Out In The Street'. Essential garage-rock to the max!
Cult, obscure 1976 proto-electronics masterpiece 'Viaje' is a purely brain frying avant garde flipout from the electroacoustic musicians Eduardo Polonio and Horacio Vaggione (probably most known for his album on Cramps). Together, they deploy synths, electric guitars, organs and bass and squash them all up together in sundry sense befouling ways. On the A side, they're tangled into an overpowering threshing machine of spitting electronic mayhem, while the B side moves the proceedings into overtly acidy territory, everything ratcheting down and expanding outward into a delirious psychedelic electronic whirlpool. Beauti... + INFO
Psi Com was an American gothic rock band of the mid-1980s. Prominent in the underground Los Angeles music scene, the group is noted for being the first band of the acclaimed vocalist Perry Farrell who went on to achieve greater fame in the band Jane's Addiction as well as the band Porno for Pyros and Satellite Party.
Space Pirate Captain Harlock was originally a manga comic series created and illustrated by Leiji Matsumoto, which debuted in 1977. The comic was adapted into an anime television series in 1978 directed by Rintaro and produced by Toei Animation. The soundtrack to this series was composed by Seiji Yokoyama and is perhaps his best known work. Symphonic and tense, the music perfectly compliments the show, where Captain Harlock denies defeat and leads an outlaw crew aboard his starship Arcadia to undertake daring raids against Earth-s oppressors during a low time for Earth-s population, in the future of 2977 AD. A great a... + INFO