Butthole Surfers ‎– Humpty Dumpty LSD

Label:
Latino Bugger Veil ‎– LBV07
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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A1 Night Of The Day 2:20
A2 One Hundred Million People Dead 7:22
A3 I Love You Peggy 3:25
A4 Space I 5:48
B1 Perry Intro 1:36
B2 Day Of The Dying Alive 5:46
B3 Eindhoven Chichen Masque 2:52
B4 Just A Boy 4:02
B5 Sinister Crayon 4:00
C1 Hetero Skeleton 4:58
C2 Earthquake 4:55
C3 Ghandi 2:28
C4 I Hate My Job 2:04
C5 Space II 5:11
D1 Concubine Solo 1:46
D2 All Day
Featuring [Guest Vocals] – Daniel Johnston
8:32
D3 Sherman ("Backass" Alt.) 6:10
D4 Dadgad 6:00

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Credits

  • Artwork By [Original Watercolors] – Gibson Haynes
  • Artwork By [Package Production] – Craig McCaffrey
  • Artwork By [Roaches] – Matt Bergstrom
  • Mastered ByJerry Tubb
  • Technician [Additional Tape Transfer]Jim Wilson (6)
  • Written-ByButthole Surfers (tracks: A1 to C1, C3 to D4), Roky Erickson (tracks: C2), Tommy Hall (tracks: C2)

Notes

Mastered at Terra Nova Digital Audio.
Additional tape transfer at Yes Mastering.
© ℗ 2002 Latino Buggerveil (ASCAP), except C2.
Distributed by Revolver USA.
www.midheaven.com
Very Loud It Play
www.buttholesurfers.com

Full title: Latino Buggerveil Presents Humpty Dumpty LSD.

No catalog number is printed on the release. Cat# as entered is derived from info in matrices.
B5 and D3 are exclusive to the vinyl release.
Gatefold sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A): 7804.1(2) LBV-07-A GOLDEN
  • Matrix / Runout (B): 7804.2(2) LBV-07-B GOLDEN
  • Matrix / Runout (C): 7804.3(2) LBV-07-C GOLDEN
  • Matrix / Runout (D): 7804.4(2) LBV-07-D GOLDEN
  • Barcode: 6 97410 00071 5

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klimek

klimek

November 28, 2017
edited 2 months ago

this is heLL of a record/track collection! maybe the best B.S. material ...
consort

consort

December 15, 2009

This could have been split into two separate LPs: unreleased and rare materials worth pressing / unreleased and rare materials not really worth pressing. In any case, there are some golden moments (mostly those worth tracking down on the original compilations) and for a completist no disappointment.