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  • Audio CD (22 Sept. 1997)
  • Label: pid
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

1. Nightmare of Percussion
2. Soft Skies, No Lies
3. Tomorrow
4. They Saw the Fat One Coming
5. Curse of the Witches
6. Sit with the Guru
7. Go Back You're Going the Wrong Way
8. Pretty Song from Psych-Out
9. Sitting on a Star
10. Black Butter, Past
11. Black Butter, Present
12. Black Butter, Future
13. Tomorrow
14. Sit With the Guru

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Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
This second album by the Strawberry Alarm Clock gets the vinyl repress it deserves. I have always thought this album underrated and now finally we can pick this up at a reasonable price rather than paying through the nose for an original pressing.
The mixture of music on the album is a blend of the punky side of mid 60s American garage with softer psychedelic harmonies. This is no light trip of bubblegum pop! It has a darkness that counterpoints the candy floss! Nightmare of Percussion leaves one disturbed, not because of the snotty punk vocal at the start, but the voice over in the final part of the track that explains why the young man must now be tortured the rest of his days by the sounds of the world that shall all be percussion. Further dark disturbances of the mind are encountered in the tale of the Curse of the Witches that left me reeling amidst the wonderful and enchanting music. The music is dark and beautiful.
Other notable tracks are Tomorrow, a hit single that combines a great melody with fantastic singing. Indeed, the singing is strong throughout the album. I don't really find there to be a weak track on the album. Great melodies, harmonies and instrumentation. I particularly find the guitar work noteworthy.
The vinyl is a Sundazed release on 180g. The vinyl is flawless on my copy. Shiny, flat, centre hole is dead centred.
The package is high quality. Good reproduction of the original artwork. The vinyl is housed in a poly lined inner bag.
Overall, I don't think anything could have been improved except laminating the cover, but then American records weren't laminated generally in the 1960s.

And don't worry about dying. You were meant not to live.
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