I ordered this box set after being given the assignment of interviewing the band's songwriter/lead vocalist Emmanuel Kangwa "Jagari" Chanda. I was sent a 2 hour lecture Jagari had given in Spain and links to a handful of tracks by WITCH. Little did I know that I was about to discover one of the most original and important bands of the 1970s, from Zambia of all places. As an American I thought I had a pretty good handle on the psychedelic music of the 60s and 70s. What a shock to discover that there was such incredibly wonderful original and important music recorded 40 years ago that I had no idea existed. The 4 cds here contain all the LPs and 45s released by Jagari and WITCH during their short tenure 1972-1977. Sung in English and played with musical prowess equal to any psychedelic band of the era, this box set is more than a newly discovered gem to me. It is a window into a musical movement that came and went almost totally unnoticed by those outside the band's native land. This box set is an incredibly important document. I have just now ordered a second copy in the hopes that at least some of my money finds its way into the hands of Jagari, the soul survivor of the original band, at least to the best of my knowledge. There are so many highlights to be found here it is almost pointless to identify any, but "Lazy Bones" the title track from the band's 3rd LP is one to be certain. Jagari himself identified "Motherless Child" and "Strange Dream" as especially meaningful, the latter being Jagari's musical tribute to his girlfriend who drowned, first in his recurring dream and then in real life. If you are a fan of garage/psych rock of the late 60s/early 70s this is beyond an absolute must. I have not stopped playing it since it arrived earlier today. Disc two was placed so tightly into the book sized digipak packaging that I was full of fear that I would break the disc trying to remove it and almost gave up when it finally gave in to my fearful efforts. Filled with fuzz guitars, wah wah pedals, introspective lyrics sung in English, this is the complete WITCH (We Intend To Cause Havoc). The band certainly succeeded in its efforts. I cannot begin to describe the importance of this music, nor can I find words to describe just how essential this set is to any musical collection. 5 stars don't even begin to describe how highly I rate this collection. If you purchase only one box set of psychedelic/garage rock music in 2012 this should definitely be it! Without question!