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Acid Dreams: Epitaph


  • 1. Train Kept a-Rollin', The - Rogues/The Rogues
    2. Stop and Listen - Shag/The Shag
    3. Dinah Wants Religion - The Fabs
    4. Suicidal Flowers - Crystal Chandlier/Crystal Chandelier
    5. Notes Night of the Sadist - Larry & the Blue Notes
    6. I Must Run - Phil & the Frantics
    7. Green Fuz - Randy Alvey & the Green Fuz/Randy Alvey/The Green Fuz
    8. Vox Wah Wah Ad - The Electric Prunes
    9. My Soap Won't Float - The Regiment
    10. Let's Take a Trip - Godfrey
    11. To Find Out - The Keggs
    12. She Was Mine - Beaux Jens
    13. My Confusion - The Elites/Elite
    14. I Belong To Nobody - Soul, Inc.
    15. Horror Asparagus Stories - The Driving Stupid
    16. She's Sorry - The Journey Men/Journeymen
    17. No Good Woman - The Tree/Tree
    18. Yesterday's Hero - The Satyrs
    19. Till You Get What You Want - Phil & the Frantics
    20. No Reason To Complain - The Alarm Clocks
    21. Wanna Be With You - Yesterday's Children
    22. Cry a Little Longer - The Grodes
    23. We Sell Soul - The Spades
    24. Open Your Eyes - Avengers
    25. Flight 13 - The Dearly Beloved
    26. Who Do You Love? - The Preachers
    27. That Creature - The Sweet Acids
    28. Beaver Patrol - Wilde Knights
    29. Rick With Nothin' - Split Ends
    30. Summer - The Lemon Fog
    31. Blue Avenue - Kindred Spirit
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): PAPR 2097CD

  • Credits
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    Engineer

    The ACID DREAMS series' mission statement offers fuzzy garage-psych abandon by the bushel, and this chapter, ACID DREAMS EPITAPH, is no different. Cheap distortion, riffs that barely register three chords, and lyrics both lysergic and entertainingly idiotic abound (i.e. "Horror Asparagus Stories") on cuts like the rough title track by Randy Alvey & the Green Fuz, the Alarm Clocks' "No Reason To Complain," and "My Confusion" by Elite. Of particular interest for garage-psych aficionados is the Spades' "We Sell Soul," a song featuring a young Roky Erickson that would later become "Don't Fall Down" with the 13th Floor Elevators.

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