Prepare yourself for the powerful sounds emanating from the new Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. chapter! With a renewed and strong rhythm section featuring two young and extremely talented Japanese musicians – Satoshima Nani on drums and Wolf, on bass – and the one-of-a-kind vocalist Jyonson Tsu, the master guru Kawabata Makoto is clearly re-energized and totally in sync with his cosmos.
Electric Dream Ecstasy encompasses one of the absolute best moments of this legendary Japanese psychedelic rock group. From the soon-to-become-a-classic wild, yet beautifully composed opening track “From Planet Orb With Love” to the utterly different “Pink Lady Lemonade” versions. One acoustic with pastoral, complex string arrangements, ghostly synths and harmonica and a side-long epic proto-disco composition heavily held down by the new rhythm section and its Kraut-influenced hypnotic repetition.
Crossing the borders of improvisation and moving towards free composition, Electric Dream Ecstasy is a true landmark from one of the most beloved bands of all time.
Limited to 500 copies. Sturdy tip-on mini-LP gatefold packaging displaying utterly different artwork from the LP edition. Includes an OBI strip and a bonus track. Artwork by Penabranca.
— LP — SOLD OUT:
BLACK vinyl. Limited to 200 copies. Housed in a screenprinted heavy-weight black stock sleeve with gold ink. Utterly different artwork from the CD edition displaying amazing visuals by Penabranca. 180g high-quality wax.
— SPECIAL EDITION — SOLD OUT:
Strictly limited art edition of 89 hand-numbered copies. Included are the following items:
— The vinyl edition on an exclusive color variant – GOLD.
— The CD edition.
— A handcrafted pendant.
— A beautiful large handmade & hand-painted textured hanging banner that complements the vinyl artwork aesthetic.
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Psych Legends AMT camped their magical mystery tour in Lima, Peru in 2017 and released this mind-bending document of acid-drenched, lysergic Space-Rock while they were there. What you get is an hour's worth of Freakouts that only this Japanese collective can provide, brimming with Far Eastern instrumentation, kosmische grooves, exploratory guitar and synth oscillations. It remains super-charged and infectious throughout. The musical equivalent of a gateway to another dimension. Michael Henaghan