Here's the definitive vinyl edition of this lost album from the late '60s Bosstown scene.
Front Page Review rubbed shoulders with bands like Eden's Children, Beacon Street Union and Strawberry Alarm Clock. With legendary producer Alan Lorber behind the controls, they recorded a whole album for MGM which wasn't released at the time.
'Mystic Soldiers' is a prime example of late '60s US psychedelic rock, featuring a young Steve Cataldo (Saint Steven, Nervous Eaters) on vocals and as the main songwriter. All the right ingredients are featured here, like wah-fuzz guitars, organ, phasing and other psychedelic effects. The sound is taken from the master tapes and you get two bonus tracks, a new cover design featuring an unseen band photo, and an insert with detailed liner notes by Jeremy Cargill (Got Kinda Lost/Ugly Things), telling the band's story for the first time.
|A1||Prophecies / Morning Blue|
|A3||One Eyed Minor|
|A4||Feels Like Love|
|B1||Valley Of Eyes|
|B3||For The Best Offer|
|B4||What Were You Looking For (Bonus Track)|
|B5||I'm Satisfied (Bonus Track)|