Originally issued in October 1968, this deranged blend of acid rock and proto-metal is widely regarded as one of the heaviest albums ever made up to that point.
It’s presented in its definitive version here, complete with rare photographs, two bonus tracks and a full interview with lead guitarist Randy Russ. ‘An excellent set of fuzz guitar-propelled psych / hard rock… nothing short of great’ – The Acid Archives ‘This tremendous, dynamic album sits proudly atop the heavy psych heap. Savage riffs, throaty vocals, heavy and precise drumming, badass lyrics, woozy studio effects – all are present and correct.’ – Endless Trip • Limited edition of 1000 copies only • Heavy psych landmark • Originally issued in October 1968 • Definitive vinyl edition • Digitally Remastered • Includes 7inch in picture sleeve with two bonus tracks • Large-format booklet with comprehensive notes and rare photos • Interview with guitarist Randy Russ • Pressed with the full involvement of the band • Most comprehensive edition ever Side One 1. Blue Monday 2. Enjoy Yourself 3. Hootchie Kootchie Man 4. I Feel It 5. Trombodo 6. Portrait Of Youth Side Two 1. Crazy Woman 2. She Don't Care 3. Time Has Slipped Away 4. To Be Free 5. Darlin' 6. Miles Away 7 inch: Bonus tracks Side One Portrait Of Youth (45 version) Side Two Enjoy Yourself (45 version)