Thursday, February 22, 2007

Intersystems- Number One,LP,1966,Canada, (NWW list?,if not it should be)

Following my previous post of their 2nd LP,"Peachy", here comes their 1st one!As good and possibly better than the 2nd one!
get it here

10 comments:

Matt said...

Yes, this one is better! As a matter of fact, we liked this album so much we named a record after one of the lines from a track. (no one has figured that one out yet) "sweat your cheeses but not in my salad"

Matt Castille-Vas Deferens Organization

Matt said...

Yes, this one is better! As a matter of fact, we liked this album so much we named a record after one of the lines from a track. (no one has figured that one out yet) "sweat your cheeses but not in my salad"

Matt Castille-Vas Deferens Organization

mutantsounds said...

Very honoured you commented in my blog
respectively
mutantsounds

John said...

You are a superstar! Thanks for filling my request. (Or that's what I assume). I have the vinyl, but no method to transfer it.

Can't wait to listen while riding around the streets of Osaka!

Shane said...

Wow! A Vas Deferens Organization member comment! I LOVE that 'Sweat Your Cheeses' album, especially the first song! I always wondered what the odd title was about...mystery solved.

I liked Peachy. Thanks for posting this one! You remain the bomb.

TRENT said...

What a cool piece of trivia (VDO)!! What a great place to reveal it as well!!! I love Sweat your cheeses. I did not like it at first, after going back and listining to it again last month I really think its a great record!!!
Thanks mutant-sounds for all of your efforts!!! Are there any other famous freaks on this site??? SPEAK UP! :-)

TRENT NIN

johan said...

Amazing. Now we beg in silence for Syrinx!

Princess Sparkle Pony said...

This is a late comment, but my first reaction to (finally) listening to this was that it must be a hoax... that it couldn't possibly really be from 1966.

But it is! Wow! I am simply awestruck by the wonderful weirdness of this record.

Anonymous said...

Hey,

I bought this as a delete in 1970 at a flea market and listened to it until it was as shiney as a mirror. I was only 11, but I knew these guys were onto something.

I emailed John Mills-Cockell last year and he said they had produced a limited re-run of 100 copies at $50 a spin, but I got there too late.

Now that you have posted it I'm in heaven. Heaven I tells ya.

peace

jef k

kingfeeb said...

I've had "Free Psychedelic Poster Inside" for years, but I'm really glad to finally get a chance to hear the first two. Mutant Sounds forever.