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THE ELECTRIC ASYLUM VOLUME 1 - RARE BRITISH ACID FREAKROCK

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2009

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1. Jekyll & Hyde - Mighty 'Em
2. Suzy's Back - Asylum
3. Magic Love - Iron Horse
4. Night of the Fly - Monsoon
5. Rocket Summer - Galahad
6. Is This Really Me - JC Heavy
7. Travellin' Lady - The Rainbow Family
8. Do You Feel the Pain - Puzzle
9. In a Teknicolor Dreem - Grumbleweeds
10. Hey Presto, Magic Man - Explosive
11. Do What You Like - JC Heavy
12. The Devil - Choc
13. Queen of Sheba - Danta
14. O.D. - Vincent Crane's Atomic Rooster
15. Never Let Me Go - Renegade
16. Love It Is - Satisfaction
17. Eye to Eye - Audience
18. Get on the Line - Steel Mill
19. Tears I Cry - Kirk St James
20. So Many Faces - Legs

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Record Label: Past & Present
Catalogue No: PAPRCD2093
Country of Origin: UK

2009 UK 20-track CD album, compiling rare and forgotten gems from the early 70s British acid rock scene, proving that the movement didn't cease to exist on 31st December 1969, but merely wormed its way further underground, where it flourished without the need to concern itself with such trivial matters as making hit records! Includes JC Heavy, Audience and Iron Horse; sealed picture sleeve.

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