- Remastered Sound from the original tapes
- Insert with photos and detailed liner notes by Jeremy Cargill (Ugly Things / Got Kinda Lost).
- Repro of their rare Common Attitude / No one's been here for weeks 45
One of the most exciting finds of the recent years is this previously unreleased album from 1967 by this obscure US psychedelic band, recorded around the same time of their ultra-rare â€˜Common Attitude' 45, (famous for appearing on the Alien, Psychos & Wild Things comp).
Leaded by the great Richard Orange, Thomas Edisun played Beatlesque, psychedelic-pop / proto power-pop of the highest order with amazing songs and incredible harmony vocals.
Stone Garden were a heavy psychedelic band from the Midwest, famous releasing in 1969 one of the best heavy-psych 45s ever, "Oceans inside me", for the same label as the legendary Fraction (Angelus). Between 1969 and 1971 they also recorded a bunch of tracks which never saw the light of day until the mid-90s, when the great Rockadelic label issued them in a limited edition vinyl album. Out of print for many years, we present a new edition of the Stone Garden album featuring new artwork and insert with lot of pictures and liner notes.
Furious, ultra-primitive hard-psychedelic rock in Sabbath and Blue Cheer vein, highly recommended to anyone into obscure 70s doom and hard-rock sounds.
Oceans inside me
It's a beautiful day
The world is coming to an end
Da Da Da Da Da
Stop my thinking
SF Policeman Blues
Oceans inside me (45 version)