Format: LP Picture Disc
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The Psychedelic Sounds of... is the Elevators’ ground-breaking debut from 1966 and lays claim to being the first psychedelic rock album—and is certainly the first to use the word 'psychedelic'. Known for founder Tommy Hall’s use of the electric jug and Roky Erickson’s emotive singing of Hall’s poetic lyrics. This edition of The Psychedelic Sounds of... features the mono mix on picture disc vinyl using the original cover artwork, which was recently chosen by the UK’s National Album Day as one of the best 70 album sleeves of all time, and best sleeve from 1966.
SIDE A 1. You`re Gonna Miss Me (Mono) 2. Roller Coaster (Mono) 3. Splash 1 (Mono) 4. Reverberation (Mono) 5. Don`t Fall Down (Mono) (03:00)
SIDE B 1. Fire Engine (Mono) 2. Thru The Rhythm (Mono) 3. You Don`t Know (How Young You Are) (Mono) 4. Kingdom Of Heaven (Mono) 5. Monkey Island (Mono) (02:38) 6. Tried To Hide (Mono)