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Elephants Lost

KLEPTOMANIA

Type: 2LP 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE PRESSING
Genre: Progressive Rock
Catalog number: VP99.049
Label: PSEYDONYM
Releasedate: 12-04-2014

Description:

2LP KLEPTOMANIA – Elephants Lost

Unreleased when it was originally recorded in 1971 and barely released later in the decade, the title of Kleptomania’s Elephants Lost was eerily prophetic until now. Once as hard to find as ivory, the Belgian heavy psych masters’ album has been remastered from the original tapes, spread onto two LPs for maximum fidelity, and enhanced with three killer alternate bonus tracks on this Pseudonym reissue. Inspired by Hendrix, blues, jazz and contemporary heavy rock, the band bursts out of the gate with a fistful of blooz fuzz on Moonchild, utilizes a potent riff-and-vocal combination on Stop, blends melody with the heavy sound on Visit From Above, and shows off their chops on some spacey jams. A record label snafu 40 years ago prevented these contenders from realizing their potential, but it will never suppress one of the finest heavy rock rarities of its era. This reissue comes packaged in a gatefold cover with liner notes by Doug Sheppard of Ugly Things magazine.

Track listing

2LP KLEPTOMANIA – Elephants Lost

Chapter A
1  Intro 2:58
2  Improve 5:55
3  Moonchild 4:19
4  Stop 4:48

Chapter B
1  Elegy 5:36
2  Thema 5:35
3  Cadens 1:43
4  Travel 4:04

Chapter C
1  Visit From Above 6:05
2  Divertimentos 11:06

Chapter D
1  Intrude 6:25
2  Stop 3:09
3  Cadens 3:16
4  Visit From Above 3:34

Tracks D 2–4 previously unreleased versions


Artist: KLEPTOMANIA
Album: Elephants Lost
Format: 2LP 180 gram audiophile pressing
Label: Pseudonym Records
Cat. No.: VP99.049
barcode: 2090503910706

- Music Style: Progressive Rock
- Exclusively restored dynamic 24 bit remastering from the original master-tapes
- 2LP high quality 180 gram audiophile pressing
- Deluxe 350 gram carton gatefold sleeve
- Rare archival photos included
- Liner Notes by Doug Sheppard (Ugly Things magazine)

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