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This is a reup that was originally posted on DM back in 2006. I will be posting "A Heavy Dose of Lyte Psych" tomorrow.
Here's the 4th installment in a series of obscure psychedelic rock compilations released by Arf Arf. I have 3 out of the 4 installments, one of which I have already posted (A Lethal Dose of Hard Psych). I also have "An Overdose of Heavy Psych", which I will be posting next. I'll try to find out the name of the remaining album, and post it if I'm able to find it. Here are the notes that were included:
Trip on out to 26 excessive tracks (over 78 minutes) of sparkling ’60s psychedelic acid reign. Presented here is elusive American psychedelic rock at it’s best—from the savage to the sublime, massive to the mesmirizing, and futuristic to flashbacks.
Deadly Dose of Wylde Psych is another wild compilation from Arf Arf that digs up 26 tracks of long lost American psychedelic acid rock from the mid-'60s. These tracks were recorded during an era when garage bands switched from "Louie Louie" and "Gloria" to a darker, yet no less inept, age of acid-influenced sludge. During the 78 minutes of Deadly Dose, listeners are introduced to beyond obscure bands with names like Chocolate Moose, Peacepipe, Lime Frost, Nite Watchmen, and Sweet Cherry. Most of these tracks sound like a combination of the Music Machine or Count Five with Barry Melton or Jorma Kaukonen on electric guitar at their most hallucinogenic.
Label: Arf! Arf! Genres: Psychedelic, Garage Rock Bitrate: 256kbps
Track List: 01.Sound Apparatus - Travel Agent Man 02.Finch - Nothing In The Sun 03.Nite Watchmen - Mimic Jester 04.Sweet Cherry - Funny Things Floating 05.Peacepipe - The Sun Won’t Shine Forever 06.Moon Dawgs - Keep On Pushing 07.Blue Creed - Need A Friend 08.Chocolate Moose - Take A Ride 09.Pawnbrokers - Realize 10.Christian Brothers - Feeling Bad 11.Oscar And The Majestics - House Of The Rising Sun 12.Liberation News Service - Mid-Winter’s Afternoon 13.Wet Paint - Glass Road 14.Waters - Mother Samwell 15.Chaparral Trio - Roxanne 16.Lime Frost - Post Bellum Blues 17.Leather Pages - Accept Me For Who I Am 18.The Blues Inc. - And Is 19.Wildwood - Plastic People 20.Portraits - It Had To Be You 21.(Mikes) Mijal & White - I’ve Been You 22.Tea Company - Come And Have Some Tea With Me 23.Angel Angel Down We Go, Attack - School Daze 24.Attack - School Daze 25.Mass Temper - Gravedigger 26.Johnny Thompson Quintet - Color Me Columbuth