Group 1850 - Agemo's Trip To Mother Earth (Ltd)

Group 1850 - Agemo's Trip To Mother Earth (Ltd)
Group 1850 - Agemo's Trip To Mother Earth (Ltd)
Format: Vinyl (LP) 
Availability: Out Of Stock (Contact Us to know when this product will be available again)
Label (Code): Missing Vinyl (MV035)
Special Attributes: First ever audiophile edition,Taken from the original vinyl masters, deluxe 180g vinyl pressing, 500 copies limited, Deluxe 3D gatefold cover including 3D glasses
Release Date: 04/2013 (1968)
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"Agemo's Trip to Mother Earth was one of the most ambitious psychedelic albums to emerge from continental Europe in the late '60s. The LP's nominal concept was, like many early such endeavors, obscure, involving something like the journey of Agemo from a paradise-like planet to the more chaotic imperfection of Earth..." (

"...An introductory metallic racket gives way to the acid-pop of opener “Steel Sings” as hard guitar chords and flying-saucer electronic bleeps announce Agemo’s arrival on Earth. “Little Fly” is heralded by the groan of an ancient door’s hinges and a female voice intones a brief litany before thudding drums, oriental Hammond licks and coruscating guitar frame the song’s stately harmony vocals. “You Did It Too Hard” is a brief nonsense item with a cheerful riff and honking saxes giving way to a gibberish dialogue by gnomish voices. The closing “Refound” and “Reborn” form a two-piece suite in a soft, hallucinogenic vein reminiscent of the Floyd’s “Cirrus Minor” with acoustic guitars and flutes accompanying the dreamy harmonised voices. The undoubted high spot is the astonishing procession of sounds that makes up the thirteen-minute full-blown musical acid trip “I Put My Hands On Your Shoulder”, including infinitely sustained guitar, crazy, reverbed harmonica, swooping keyboard expeditions and a disembodied, demented bilingual dialogue over a stuttering, heavily flanged drum solo before ending with a clap of thunder – a wigged-out mess that really works..." (Read More:

Track List

A1 Steel Sings        
A2 Little Fly        
A3 I Put My Hands On Your Shoulder        

B1 You Did It Too Hard        
B2 A Point In This Life        
B3 Refound        
B4 Reborn

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