Orange coloured vinyl in a green wraparound sleeve.
Limited to 450 copies.
Thanks to Bruce LeeBristol’s sike merchants the Heads have a 20 year anniversary this week with their third studio album, Under Sided, originally released in March 2002!. They’ve decided to release a 4xLP-plus boxset of that double album, with a double album of demos, their third peel session, and other such unreleased gems. That’s going to be released at the end of August/September. Whilst trawling through the cassettes, CDrs, and ephemera in order to create the forthcoming Under Sided 20th anniversary reissue boxset, the Heads found their cover of May Blitz’s “For Mad Men Only,” originally released as part of a ’70s tribute comp LP on Small Stone Records. Also unearthed was their version of Hawkwind’s “Born To Go.” Released as a teaser to the upcoming box set, this is a full on, pedals set to stun, grooves set to vibrate sike assault, with the Heads at this point in time reveling in the peak of their psychedelic rock powers, and pretty much obliterating all around, then, and now. Housed in wrap-around sleeves and pressed on colored vinyl.
A For Madmen Only (May Blitz)
B Born To Go (Single Edit)