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submitted Saro (3) - Rappelle Moi Ton Nom / Le Nuage Malheureux. 25 days ago
submitted Dolom - Dolom. 5 months ago
submitted Tentaculos - Vampyroteuthis Infernalis. 5 months ago
posted a comment on Lyd (3) - Lyd. 5 months ago
Only one in existence. As this acetate has been in my collection for a while. I would really have liked to know in which collection it is now?
submitted Lyd (3) - Lyd. 5 months ago
posted a comment on The Plastic Cloud - The Plastic Cloud. 5 months ago
Plastic Cloud (Canada) est une vraie fusée. 8 morceaux dont 5 avec une fuzz quitare qui sonne comme un essaim d'abeilles......BbbbbbbzzzzzzzzzFuzzzzzzzzzzzzz.....Je n'ai jamais entendu un autre truc pareil, à part dans quelques singles US garage/psych ... See full review
posted a comment on The Klan (2). 6 months ago
Incredible story!

A 60's Belgian popsike group who had a dazzling popular career!

A beautiful popsike music, with sumptuous baroque arrangements, some fuzz, psychedelic vibes, dreamy vocals,..

A very good mixture between the Kinks, the Zombies and the ... See full review
submitted The Use Of Ashes - The Castle Of Fair Welcome. 7 months ago
posted a comment on Mekanik Kommando - The Castle Of Fair Welcome. 7 months ago
When the group split, a German collector that I knew, found Peter Van Vliet that I knew thanks to this collector.

Peter, who still had vinyl copies of this latest album, put a sticker on the name Mekanik Kommando and the title of the album,
with the new ... See full review
posted a comment on Clifton Webb (2) - Black Men / Great Love Of World. 8 months ago
Everybody seems to have forgotten anything about this Clifton Webb,
besides that they were from southern Belgium.
There’s even no clue when their single was released, probably around 1971.
“Black Men” is really heavy with a sound very close to Black ... See full review
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submitted Inner Death Experience - The Sickness. 8 months ago
submitted Neven - Drogué. 8 months ago
posted a comment on Pantherman. 10 months ago
Hard to believe this is from 1974!!!... way ahead of it's time and grossly underrated!!!...
posted a comment on Pantherman - Definitive!. 10 months ago
Hard to believe this is from 1974!!!... way ahead of it's time and grossly underrated!!!...
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submitted Chris Watson (18) - 706 Union Avenue. 10 months ago
submitted The Murder Capital - When I Have Fears. 10 months ago
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submitted Rävjunk - The Freaky Guitar Album. 11 months ago
submitted Moving Gelatine Plates - The World Of Genius Hans. 11 months ago
submitted Moving Gelatine Plates - Moving Gelatine Plates. 11 months ago
submitted Marc Moulin - Sam Suffy. 11 months ago
submitted AIR - Original Motion Picture Score For The Virgin Suicides. 11 months ago
posted a comment on Jack Van Poll Tree-Oh - Hi Jackin'. 11 months ago
Dutch pianist Jack Van Poll got his start in the 1950s by backing visiting jazz artists in Holland and Belgium - people such as Don Byas, Ben Webster, Johnny Griffin, Clark Terry, Tony Scott, Ted Curson and Buddy DeFranco. "Hi-Jackin", recorded in 1972, ... See full review
posted a comment on The François Glorieux Panoramic Trio Plays Glorieux* - The François Glorieux Panoramic Trio Plays Glorieux. 11 months ago
Totally unknown and underrated underground spiritual/modal Jazz/Funk LP with avant garde exotica -beats & breaks galore by FRANCOIS GLORIEUX in his most ambitious and adventurous LP. Experimental jazz, progressive kraut style passages, avant garde,exotic ... See full review
posted a comment on Jack Rieley & Machiel Botman - Western Justice (Excerpts From A Diary). 11 months ago
Wonderful concept masterpiece, often heavily reminescent of the Beach Boys ‘’Surf’s Up/Holland’’ era. It is not hardly surprising, because Jack Rieley had been their manager, singing lead vocal on ‘’A Day In The Life Of A Tree » and co-writing a handful ... See full review
posted a comment on Eric (188) - Eric. about 1 year ago
TODAY, I LISTEN TO THIS ALBUM, SO ...

Teen garage quartet from Ohio. Two black guys and two white guys ; guitar, organ, bass and drums.

This album is in the same category as the SUMMER SOUNDS and the NEW DAWN album, not a heavy-hormones-out-of-control ... See full review
posted a comment on Kamijo* - Martha. about 1 year ago
Since this record appeared in Hans Pokora's 3001 book, most collectors (including those in Japan) where searching for this album with no luck. So now, it's time to solve another mystery. Beside the other unknown album shown in the same "3/3" (who will ... See full review
posted a comment on Justin Heathcliff - Justin Heathcliff. about 1 year ago
Numbered edition of 350 copies made on 180 gram vinyl in thick textured sleeve with gold engraved band's name.
It comes with lyric insert and a Japanese Obi Strip.
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posted a comment on Justin Heathcliff - Justin Heathcliff. about 1 year ago
British underground sounding progressive album from a Japanese band who spent a long time in London. All tracks are well-crafted, killer music from beginning to the end.
submitted Blue Cheer - Outside Inside. about 1 year ago
submitted T.U.S.H. (2) - T.U.S.H.. about 1 year ago
submitted The Rolling Stones - No. 2. about 1 year ago
submitted David Bowie - Let’s Dance. about 1 year ago
submitted Henry Cow - The Henry Cow Legend. about 1 year ago
submitted The Music Explosion - Little Bit O'Soul. about 1 year ago
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submitted Mandhylon - Negra Ciudad. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Fonda 500 - Spectrumatronicalogical Sounds. about 1 year ago
Warning, if you do not consider yourself a fervent enthusiast of electronics, go your way. Although Fonda 500 have the reputation of being rather pop, this record remains full of samples, keyboards and noises of all kinds. Starting with sounds that are ... See full review
posted a comment on Marion Brown - Le Temps Fou. about 1 year ago
Early collaborator of Archie Shepp, John Coltrane "Ascension", alto sax player Marion Brown collaborates notably with Gunter Hampel to create a freejazzistic soundtrack to 1968's Marcel Camus' movie "Le Temps Fou".
posted a comment on Plain Jane (4) - Plain Jane. about 1 year ago
Obscure and excellent melodic west coast psych with folk and country rock influences on some tracks...
posted a comment on The Free Pop Electronic Concept - A New Exciting Experience. about 1 year ago
A lost gem from the late 60s European psychedelic underground.
A crazy mix of groovy spacey free-rock, soul fusion funk and electronics.
Ahead of its time!
posted a comment on Candidate - Taking On The Enemy's Sound. about 1 year ago
Limited numbered 200 gram vinyl edition. Following 3 critically acclaimed EP's, Candidate delivered their debut album, described as Radiohead's mellower moments through a folk-filter (select). "Between Gomez at their best, SCOTT 4 at their least obscure ... See full review
posted a comment on Pantherman. about 1 year ago
Pantherman: the leather clad, cat cowled, cheetah statuette brandishing glam rocker from the Netherlands. To know him is to love him.

It's 1974 and rock has split into various, clearly defined, sub-genres - hard rock (interchangeable with heavy metal), ... See full review
posted a comment on The Bongos - Drums Along The Hudson. about 1 year ago
Seminal Post-Punk, Indie Rock, New Wave, Power Pop album by cult US band...They are fronted by Richard Barone alongside Rob Norris at bass and Frank Giannini on drums...Remarkably consistent and inventive...They are a brash, direct energetic band with ... See full review
posted a comment on Jim Collins (6) - Jim Collins. about 1 year ago
The record is estimably the first in a series of vinyl releases by the mysterious artist Robyn Nice,
who issues each of his recordings under a different pseudonym (Surprise Symphony, Magic Island, Terry, etc…).

Robyn Nice is a totally out of left ... See full review
posted a comment on Jean-Luc Roudière - Overchoses. about 1 year ago
Hello "ultimathulerecords",

You were right in your comment of March 12, 2015, it does not sound like Comus at all.

I had this record long ago and it completely escaped my vigilance at the time.

I just listen to it again and I like it a lot unlike ... See full review