This first legal LP reissue is accompanied by a 4-page insert in LP format, containing a detailed band history in German, English and Danish language, a comprehensive discography including side and solo projects, cover and label reproductions, and band photographs.
A deluxe edition, hand-numbered and limited to 1,000 copies, pressed on 180g vinyl.
Danish bands Metronome album (1971), the one and only record by one of those groups that promised much, but never went further than an eponymous debut; their music was close to Burnin' Red Ivanhoe, Blast Furnace and the jazzy style of bands like Traffic, with long tracks with killer wah-wah guitars, swirling organs, wild vocals and twisted psychedelic sax-breaks.
Their one and only LP holds the sad record of being the most bootlegged LP in Denmark.
|A2||Not Worth Saying||13:05|
|B1||Blind Gypsy Woman||5:02|
|B2||Believe In What You Want||9:03|
|B3||Evasive Dreams Beyond||3:32|