Brand new collaboration by David J (Bauhaus/Love & Rockets) and Detroit's PsychProg Garage Rock'n'Rollers Duende, in Deluxe Gatefold Sleeve with printed inner bag. 180 gsm Heavyweight Vinyl
This exciting collaboration with Detroit’s stalwart psych garage band, Duende came about when they approached me to work with them on a couple of new tracks for a forthcoming EP. These turned out extremely well and when I played them to my pal, genius songwriter / hermetic music guru, Damien Youth, whose opinion I rate most highly, he enthusiastically insisted that we develop the project into a full blown album. This we did. Recorded and mixed in one week at Tempermill Studio in Ferndale, MI, I regard it as one of the most vital sounding and inspired recordings of my career. We also pulled in some additional stellar local talent in Warren DeFever (His Name Is Alive) and also Joshua James (Theatre Bizarre Orchestra) to add yet more tasty ingredients to the swampy spiked mojo soup.
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I bought the 12 inch single for Bela Lugosi’s Dead at Fred’s records in St. John’s, Newfoundland in the eighties and it remained a treasured item in my collection until it was lost, left behind, stolen, loaned out, whatever. I accepted that that item was lost to time and likely irreplaceable. Hence my utter shock to see that I will once again hear this evocative masterwork on vinyl along with an extra three tracks. I recall Boys was included on the B-side of that long list single. Thank you! skritti
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It's not the 1st time Daniel Ash reimagined his past music endeavors. He quite expertly used contemporary electronics, Stripped was my favorite example of that. But Poptone teleports you right into his sound roots for nostalgic euforia. So mesmerizing to hear these dearest to my ear songs being neatly enhanced & performed by new team, incl. David Haskin's daughter. Studio version of Slice of Life is a great surprise, since Ash performed it under Tones On Tail umbrella only live in 1984. Symbolic ‡ Tentacles