Earthling Society

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Earthling Society - Plastic Jesus And The Third Eye Blind Plastic Jesus And The Third Eye Blind
Psych New - LP 053 Nasoni
New, Unplayed, Limited Edition 2005 Laminated Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Earthling Society - Albion Albion
Psych Colored Vinyl 041 Nasoni
Mint 2005 Limited, Out-Of-Print Gatefold Brown Vinyl. Limited To 100 Copies! "The Earthling Society Is A 21st-Century Progressive, Psychedelic, Experimental Band. The Earthling Society Formed In Early 2004 When Singer Songwriter / Guitarist Fred Laird And David Fyall Met Up With Drummer Jon Blacow. Disillusioned With The Current Music Trends And Sharing A Love Of 1970s Progressive Rock, Krautrock And 1960s Psychedelia, Earthling Society Built A Primitive 8-Track Recording Studio In A Corner Of A Disused Glass Factory. Ignoring Any Commercial Intention, They Started Recording What Became Their Debut Album Albion Purely As They Had The Ability To Do So. Albion Was Initially Released On Mylodon Records Based In Santiago, Chile In March 2005, A Move That Fred Laird Described As A Disaster. The Release However Started To Receive Glowing Praise And Critical Acclaim Amongst The Press. In June 2005 Albion Was Picked Up By Hans Georg Bier, Head Of Berlin Based Psychedelic Label Nasoni Records Who Promptly Rereleased It On CD And Vinyl Formats. By August 2005 It Became Album Of The Month On Former Teardrop Explodes Frontman Julian Cope's Website Head Heritage." Wikipedia.com... more details
 

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