Get the first 10 trips on vinyl inside of the custom box for the first 10 trips!
This includes, 10 vinyl LPs of Brown Acid First trip through the 10th trip (Ten LPs). All for the low price of $200
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- -10 x 180-gram LPs pressed on various colored vinyl with individual release sleeves.
- -Over 100 newly remastered and re-released tracks, representing over 90 artists.
- -Matte and gold stamped box, 13″ x 13″ x 2.5″
- BROWN ACID THE SIXTH TRIP WILL SHIP SEPARATELY DUE TO BACK ORDER
Of course, the Internet music revolution has made it possible to find extremely rare music with great ease. But even with such vast archives to draw from, few have organized such a nonstop barrage of heavy-hitting greats in the format they were meant to be heard: on vinyl. If you’re holding this box in your own collection, clearly you’re hooked on this mind-melting series dubbed Heavy Rock From The Underground Comedown.
This long, strange Trip began in the Fall of 2015 with the inaugural edition launching raging hellfire from Raw Meat, Zekes, Zebra and more. The Second Trip followed a little over half a year later on 4/20/16, showcasing later repeat offenders Ash and Spiny Normen among other crushing tunes. From that point on, new installments have been released like clockwork on 4/20 and Halloween every year. The tunes range from Sabbath plod to Hendrix squall, MC5 bluster to psychedelic heavy prog and everything in between that one might’ve heard blasting out of a tricked out van in the era.
Lance Barresi, owner of L.A.-cum-Chicago retailer Permanent Records and co-creator of Brown Acid has shown incredible persistence in tracking down a stellar collection of rarities that continues to grow and open up new avenues of discovery. Partnered with Daniel Hall of RidingEasy Records, the two have assembled an ever-growing library of songs that’s hard to believe have remained unheard for so long. As we’ve done throughout this series, all of the tracks were painstakingly licensed legitimately and the artists were paid. Because it’s the right thing to do.
While this box set nicely bookends the first 10 volumes, the Brown Acid trip will continue on, hopefully for at least another 10 volumes in order to amass the greatest collection of dank, subterranean, wild-eyed and hairy rock’n’roll in the world. For now, sit back, crack a cold one and dig in to over 100 tracks of mind blowing cosmic crunch.