• 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL
• LIMITED EDITION OF 1500 INDIVIDUALLY NUMBERED COPIES ON WHITE COLOURED VINYL
The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band make an interesting case for being one of the era’s more unclassifiable bands. Vol 3. A Child’s Guide To Good And Evil was a great example of this. This album is considered to be the band’s most accomplished work and a masterpiece of the psychedelic genre. Released just nine months after Volume 2, the band explores their incredibly creative psychedelic pop song writing with an accomplished mastery of studio technique.
The album cover features iconic original artwork by Jon Van Hamersveld, who also created covers for the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. During their short existence The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band became known for their strange compositions, sometimes referring to the sound of the Byrds, while at other times exposing the weirdness of Captain Beefheart and Frank Zappa.
Vol 3. A Child’s Guide To Good And Evil is now available as a limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on white coloured vinyl.
Eighteen Is Over The Hill
In The Country
Our Drummer Always Plays In The Nude
As The World Rises And Falls
Until The Poorest People Have Money To Spend
A Child's Guide To Good And Evil
A Child Of A Few Hours Is Burning To Death
As Kind As Summer
Anniversary Of World War III
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