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Mogollar Split
Classic Turkish psych: rare, early sides by Mogollar; and a selection from Siluetler's sole album.



Monks Black Monk Time
Awe-inspiring, vehement, blistering proto-punk by GIs stationed in Germany, in the mid-1960s. Straightaway you can hear The Fall, who covered Monk Time. Luxurious compilation of the original LP with extras.



Monks The Early Years 1964-1965
The blueprints for Black Monk Time ferocious, sneering punk rock beautifully done as always by this label.




R. Stevie Moore Hearing Aid
Drawn from cassette issues from the late sixties to early eighties: 'pop genius, sublime instrumental country surf, electronic experiments, bizarre spoken-word theater, dark disco rock, field recordings...'



R. Stevie Moore Clack!
His first professional studio session in a cupboard set up to do jingles produced many of his most famous sides and definitive versions. Stuff like Part Of The Problem, Bloody Knuckles, Teen Routines.





Mountain Home Mountain Home
Coming on like a west coast Espers this duo is aided by Marissa Nadler (singing lead), Margie Weink (Fern Knight) and Espers' Greg Weeks who also produced this for his new Language Of Stone label.



Musics In The Margin Musics In The Margin
Outsider artists and musicians, with a fresh European slant the likes of Konstantin Raudive, Andre Robillard and Martha Grunewaldt rubbing shoulders with the more familiar Daniel Johnston and Wesley Willis.






Fred Neil The Sky Is Falling
The complete live recordings, 1963-1971.
The Rev-Ola CD is pictured (with extras). The vinyl is entitled Other Side Of This Life.