A double album of outtakes, alternate mixes, & various oddities, some of which are simply too spooky for most folks. Be the judge...
DISC 1: http://www.mediafire.com/?dizfl6f63vdy244
DISC 2: http://www.mediafire.com/?29atwsfu3aqssen
The intoxicated result of an all night recording session and meeting of the minds for the boys and English export Davey Peake, who records back home in Market Drayton, England as The 6 O'clock Phantoms. Full of abominable clangs, bangs, screams, and schemes. Check out the godawful mess of "Clang Bang Chain".
An instrumental record featuring some wonderfully creepy recordings, such as the haunting "Juniper and Tidings", & the doom psych title track. A fine album.
Some of the best songs ever written and some of the best recordings ever recorded. No joke. Too many classics to name. Timeless and amazing. The best album ever.
Another favorite, full of demented Christmas and Halloween classics, such as "T'wixt, T'were, T'was Christmas", "Oh, Ghost", "Fireplace", & "Winter Feast".
A collection of unfinished and abandoned... tracks. Including the ridiculous "Ape Escape" & mind boggling "Cinnamon Woodshop" EPs from a particularly slow year.
Planet Rye Co's 4 EPs; 2001's "Pumpkins and Candles", & 2003's "West Texas Evening", "Halloween Scene", & "Dead Fall". Some classics here, such as "Light Up Monster Head Flashlights", "Halloween A-Z", and "Witching Hour Bell Tower".
A classic concept record. Themes of ancient aliens, the history of man, and the planet Earth... heavy shit, indeed. Including such classics as "Gardening Can Be Fun", "I Can Dig Rain", & "Be Kind, Noon High".
Recorded June-July of 2003, this record tries in essence to capture the more psychedelic qualities of Summertime in Texas, but more or less is yet another weird record with some entertaining moments.
A collection outtakes from 2001-2003, including some worthy contenders like "Elizabethan Masquerade" and "The Quest For Vegetation".