BODO MOLITOR - Hits Internacionales (ultra-rare 60s Mexican psych holy grail for collectors -paper-sleeve mini-LP replica.) CD

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Official master-tape reissue of this ultra-rare Mexican garage psych record that's a holy grail for collectors. Globe-trotting artist Bodo Molitor may have been born in Germany, but he’ll forever be associated with the psychedelic scene in Mexico. In addition to creating the zoomorphic art for his own bizarre album, he also created the psychedelic art for the Kaleidoscope album, for La Libre Expresion, and for his brother Reinhold’s solo album. As for “Hits Internacionales”, it has all the ambience and psychedelic delirium of the time, full of devastating fuzz and wacked out rhythms. And then there is Bodo’s raspy and savage voice. Impressive. As Antonio Malcara says in his book "Catologo subjetivo y segregacionista del Rock Mexicano", this LP and that of Kaleidoscope are the two most important and representative pieces of Mexican garage rock-psychedelia.

Collectors offer thousands of dollars to be able to get an original copy of “Hits Internacionales” in good condition


1 Sookie Sookie 2:18
2 Real Real 2:13
3 She's A Woman 3:09
4 You Don't Know 2:09
5 St. James Infirmary 2:35
6 When I Was Seventeen 3:24
7 I Wish I Knew How 3:35
8 A Girl I Knew 2:29
9 Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood 2:33
10 Laziness 1:49
11 The Midnight Hour 2:43
12 Try Minnie Try 2:15
13 Hello, I Love You 1:57
14 You Don't Know (Instrumental) 2:09
15 St. James Infirmary (Insrumental) 2:32
16 A Girl I Know (Instrumental) 2:22