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Monday, October 25, 2010

Sundazed Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators Mono - Colored 180 Gram Vinyl

Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators Mono

Sundazed is issuing a limited edition of 300 copies of the Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators mono in colored vinyl. Click picture or Title of this blog post to order!

Tracklist:
You're Gonna Miss Me 2:24
Roller Coaster 5:00
Splash 1 (Now I'm Home) 3:50
Reverberation 2:46
Don't Fall Down 3:00
Fire Engine 3:22
Thru The Rhythm 3:05
You Don't Know 2:38
Kingdom Of Heaven 3:05
Monkey Island 2:38
Tried To Hide 2:43

"The mono format serves the record well, enhancing the unhinged quality of the music and recording. The acid-drenched guitars, edges of notes crackling and singed, blare out through the single channel and it truly feels as if the Elevators are verging on overloading your speakers." Aural States

"Preference towards monaural or stereophonic sound is often a point of contention. Most folks agree tho, that when it comes to the debut from Roky’s pioneering Texas psych garage band, Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators, the original mono mix takes top slot. Sundazed definitely thinks so, offering a brand new hi-def mono vinyl, carefully restored from a copy of the long-lost master tapes and the mint IA original." The Rising Storm

"Nobody made psychedelic rock sound more desert-scorched than the 13th Floor Elevators. The records from these acid-eating Texans sound scooped straight from a sizzling patch of the Chihuahuan, way, way down south along the Mexico border. The sound quality is murky and dirt-caked, Roky Erickson's voice is a Texas-twanged cry in the night, Stacy Sutherland's guitar is full of garage rock sting, Tommy Hall's electric jug keeps blaring out UFO noises, and the songs themselves range from pretty wildflowers to baked-brain rock 'n' roll blasts." Rate Your Music


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