- One of the top underground psychedelic albums ever released
- Original Allied Records pressings (released in 1968) sell for nearly $1,000
- LP pressed in a 180-gram edition of 400x copies—only 300x copies for sale outside of Canada
- Comes with lyric insert and replica vintage press release
Plastic Cloud recorded, quite simply, one of the greatest underground psychedelic albums ever made: a swirl of gossamer vocals and Tolkien references, swathed in some of the most relentless fuzz guitars you will ever hear. A record with few equals, full of foreboding melodies and lovely hippie harmonies, as well as some of the trippiest fuzz guitar ever recorded. There is no need to single out a specific track, they are all excellent—one is equally as good as the next. Take for example the album centerpiece, the ten-and-a-half-minute ‘You Don’t Care,’ an insane piece of social commentary that features terrific back-of-the-mix fuzz guitar as an elusive focal point to its extended pounding-drum laden instrumental breaks; a ten-minute swath of lysergic fuzz guitar that closes out the first side, it doesn’t overstay its welcome, winding its way to a final freak out. Essential psychedelia!