A series of compilations of 60s and 70s bands Wikipedia doesn't even know aboutbut absolutely influenced the sound and direction of your favorite doom, heavy psych, stoner, sludge, and straight up, no-frills rock 'n' roll bands, without ever making a dime. From Flash Beverage to Cold Swett, this compilation will transport you to a time when only two things mattered: the music and the mojo.Kick back and take the trip, but still, don't take the brown acid.
If you're a psych nerd or garage geek, chances are strong that you're familiar with this recurring series of compilations from RidingEasy and Permanent Records that dusts off and compiles rare cuts from heavy metal's bluesy, primordial days in the late '60s and early '70s. The vast majority of the bands featured in the collections — appropriately referred to as "trips" — are no longer with us; if you weren't a member of the Boomer set, chances are you missed out. Fortunately, we've got these intermittent, riff-filled time capsules to bear secondary witness to said molten nuggets.
NOTE: these albums are rarely marked as to whether they are color vinyl or not, and when they are marked, it's often WRONG, so we have opened them to check for you, but they are BRAND NEW
A1 –Grand Theft (2) Scream (It's Eating Me Alive)
A2 –Chook (2) Cold Feet
A3 –The Lindholm Brothers No Time For Last Goodbyes
A4 –Diehard (6) Hearbreak
A5 –Blown Free The Wizard
B1 –Factory (12) Time Machine
B2 –Inside Experience Be On My Way
B3 –Cold Sweat (7) Quit Your Foolin'
B4 –Elliott Black Highway Song
B5 –First State Bank Before You Leave
B6 –Flash Beverage The Train