Satan's Pilgrims ‎– Psychsploitation

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A1 Dilation
A2 In The Past
Arranged By – Satan's PilgrimsWritten-By – W. Proctor*
A3 Chestnut Trees & Bumblebees
A4 Tomorrow Night's Mourning
A5 Wylde Tymes
A6 Kaleidoscope
Arranged By – Satan's PilgrimsWritten-By – J. Gordon*
A7 Tracers (Of Love)
Vibraphone [Vibes] – Doug Smith (3)Vocals – Amy Faust, Dave Pilgrim, Eric Hedford, Jana Losey, Madison Christine
B1 Night Of The Face
Read By [Opening Soliloquy] – Amy Faust
B2 Colours Of Your Mind
B3 Psycle Pswami
B4 Rainy Day Green Stop Sign
B5 Psych-A-Go-Go (Psych Out!)
Vocals – Amy Faust, Dave Pilgrim, Eric Hedford, Jana Losey, Madison Christine
B6 10,000 Mirrors
Vocals – Dave Pilgrim, Eric Hedford, Scott Pilgrim

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Recorded at Flooded Music in Portland, Oregon.

Comes in a heavy cartonage gatefold sleeve.
Limited to 400 black and 100 black-blue-splatter LP's. on 180g vinyl.

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  • Barcode: 2090503854413
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A - stamped): 113339E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B - stamped): 113339E2/A

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SP 001 Satan's Pilgrims Psychsploitation(CD, Album) SP Records (4) SP 001 US 2009 Sell This Version
SP001 Satan's Pilgrims Psychsploitation(LP, Album) SP Records (4) SP001 US 2009 Sell This Version
MN 1008LPC Satan's Pilgrims Psychsploitation(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, blu) Merlins Nose Records MN 1008LPC Germany 2013 Sell This Version
SP001 Satan's Pilgrims Psychsploitation(LP, Album, RE) SP Records (4) SP001 US Unknown Sell This Version

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November 12, 2013
DELUXE REISSUE ON 180G VINYL AND WITH HEAVY SLEEVE! LIMITED TO 400 BLACK AND 100 BLUE-BLACK-SPLATTER COPIES! Chapter 24 (Sutra for a Psychedelic Punk-Out): Psychedelic! Surf! Pastiche! Washout! Once the buzzwords of a new tribalism for the more culturally adventurous of the baby boom generation, today such utterances have become somewhat jaundiced. And yet here we are, discussing Psychsploitation, the new album by Satan's Pilgrims, who've unabashedly transformed their signature surf sound into a dialoguefree sequence of mind-altering soundscapes meant to stone you. (That is a recommendation.) Psychsploitation is, of course, knowingly tongue-in-cheek. The kind of in-joke that makes you forget all about such high-minded psychedelic acts as the Grateful Dead and pine for the days of more immediate shit like Davie Allan's theme from The Wild Angels, space-rock records by the Spotniks, Mike Curb's Mary Jane soundtrack, the Rolling Stones' Her Satanic Majesties Request and Ananda Shankar's breakout sitar album from 1969.