Collectors have whispered about owning an original in dark corners around the globe, only to have their hopes dashed when no originals turn up.
Along came Void with a legitimate vinyl reissue of one of the rarest Canadian albums of all time bar none.
When originally issued way back in 1970, the album came with a coloring book to color in the roaches.
Soon the cover was banned for it's drug implications making the original hideously rare.
Void Records with Sebastian has released a 500 vinyl pressing. The cover, reproduced from the original is glossy and brilliant.
A lyric sleeve has been added as a bonus. Songs include 'Let's Go To The Drug Store,' 'Toking Alone,' 'They Call Her Pig' and more.
Acidy, druggie electric folk with a touch Of Zappaesque humor tossed in.
|A1||Let's Go To The Drug Store||1:20|
|A2||Don't Step On That Roach||3:04|
|A3||My Baby Put A Spell On Me||2:29|
|A4||Jack The Ripper||2:21|
|A5||Ballad Of The Werme||3:06|
|B1||Cut Up #1||0:23|
|B2||They Call Her Pig||2:05|
|B3||Cut Up #2||0:24|
|B4||Life In A Bottle||3:06|
|B5||Cut Up #3||0:23|
|B6||Air Pollution Blues||1:43|
|B7||Cut Up #4||0:20|
|B8||Booking Agent Blues||3:14|
|B9||Cut Up #5||3:17|