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This 1972 album was previously only available as a hideously rare private pressing. Five tracks of hard and heavy rock, with some outstanding guitar and keyboard work make up the only album from this Scottish band. Akarma CD comes in elaborate fold out "crucifix" hard card sleeve.The Hammond Organ is the primary instrument on this LP. The influence of its sound fits principally well within each song. "Aunty Mary's Trashcan," easily the best track on the LP, is nearly 11 minutes long and it illustrates my point perfectly. "Plastic Man" was the only cut where the guitar cuts loose as a featured instrument. All of you six-string aficionados need not being distraught over this as the electric guitar is an essential part of the mix with this music, it just is not as out front as you may be accustomed to.
Bill Anderson - Bass
Zeik Hume - Vocals
Mick Riddel - guitar
Doug Rome - Hammond organ
Dick Sneddon - drums
01. Three Days After Death (Part 1) - 9:26
02. Three Days After Death (Part 2) - 7:08
03. Aunty Mary's Trashcan - 10:38
04. Aftur Yur Lumber - 5:12
05. Plastic Man - 5:59