Michael Cosmic & Phill Musra Group* ‎– Cosmic Paradise - Peace In The World - Cosmic Records

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Now-Again Records ‎– NA 5155, Now-Again Records ‎– NA 5155-LP
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Numbered
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Tracklist

A1 Michael Cosmic Arabia 21:30
B1 Michael Cosmic Space On Space 21:45
B2 Michael Cosmic Peace In The World 4:50
C1 Michael Cosmic We Love You Malcolm X 8:09
C2 Phill Musra Group* Egypt 11:18
D1 Phill Musra Group* Arabia 9:16
D2 Phill Musra Group* The Creator Is So Far Out 6:59
D3 Phill Musra Group* The Creator Spaces 10:29

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Notes

Tracks A1 to C1 recorded December 6, 1974 at Music Designers, Boston, MA.
Tracks C2 to D3 recorded in 1974 in Cambridge, MA.

Tape transfers by Dan Johnson at United Recording, Los Angeles and Jen Munson at Taloowa, Yonkers.

Licensed courtesy Phillip Musra and John Jamyll Jones.

Tracks A1 to C1 previously released as Peace In The World.
Tracks C2 to D3 previously released as Creator Spaces.

Cat.# on booklet: NA 5155-LP-BK

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 59457 51552 3

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triethylene-glycol

January 22, 2018
My copy was nice and clean, standard paper inner sleeves, interesting "paste-on" covers made to imitate the originals. Vinyl sounds A-OK but spindle holes were too small-- if you've collected vinyl for years you've probably seen this before, just carve out the hole a tiny bit with a pocket knife, no big deal. Kinda pricey but still cheaper and probably a better pressing than the originals by a gigantic margin.
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MEllODrOnE

January 12, 2018
WHAT A F**KIN JOKE! This label charges $56 for their double LP reissues which is already a small fortune to pay for a record. You think for that price you'd get a high quality pressing, clean and pristine right out of the package. WRONG! First of all the shitty, generic, vinyl-damaging, white computer paper inner sleeves were ripped in places, leaving a fine paper dust on the record's surface. Secondly, the vinyl surface itself looks like it fell on the ground and was scraped across the jagged asphalt of a pebble-ridden alleyway. OMG! I have never gotten a worse looking record than this one. The whole surface is scuffed with all types of markings I can't even identify. Scratches here, scratches there, looks like someone took a concrete shit on this thing. Simply disgraceful. If someone was to visually grade this record it would be given a "POOR" rating. I hate to sound like a record snob but at this price point I expect a little bit more attention paid to the pressing quality than this. Sad too because if this label would have done this reissue right they would have had my future business but now I will avoid their reissues at all cost. I'm sick of these ameteur labels getting the rights to reissue some amazing music while not giving a damn about the quality of their product. Now Again Never Again!