Black Moth Super Rainbow ‎– Lost, Picking Flowers In The Woods

Label:
Graveface Records ‎– GRAVE018 LP
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Vinyl, 12", EP, Limited Edition, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Lost, Picking Flowers In The Woods 3:22
A2 Caterpillar House 1:58
A3 Algae 1:10
A4 They Live In The Meadow 2:32
A5 Chinese Witch Guy With An Axe 2:28
B1 Flowers Grow Here 5:23
B2 Hairy Eyes 1:01
B3 Side 8 3:20
B4 Side 9 4:00

Notes

Limited pressing of 500 copies. 5 test pressing copies also exist.
Recorded in the woods on an old field production reel to reel machine.

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floobadooo

floobadooo

October 11, 2021
edited about 1 month ago
One thing I only noticed recently after I bought a large chunk of BMSR/TOBACCO material on Bandcamp: The streamable version of the title track is different than the one on bandcamp. The Dandelion Gum used to be my favorite because of the crazy gong/cymbal crash finale, even though I like both the original lead synth and the different one in Dandelion Gum quite a bit. After I listened to the title track from the bandcamp version however, I was surprised to see the gong crash was included in this version too, despite the rest of the song being the same. Is it like that on the CD or Vinyl as well? It just seems odd it was omitted on any versions.
nreno419

nreno419

July 24, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

Heats your face untill the skins sluffs off. Very Devine yet heady material here. This EP definitely shows the group feeling out a new sound that ends up being warmly welcomed!
wfkroll

wfkroll

September 18, 2005
edited over 16 years ago

Well, after about a two month pressing delay, this baby is finally on my turntable. Absolutley divine recording here, not a dull moment on the whole thing. Like their previous material, but with a developed maturity in the composition department. The rock aspect of the earlier material is prominent throughout...which I for one am loving. For a description, just read my comments on the artist page or the "Start a People" album. It's like watching a episode of "3-2-1 Contact"(circa '80-'85) or "Pinwheel" on 5 hits of blotter....killer stuff.