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|Manufacturer: ||Twisted Village||Original release year: ||1983||Manufacturing year: ||2012||Cat. Nr.: ||TW 1001LP||Medium:||LP||Country:||England|
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Limited 2017 LP reissue of the first Cystalized Movements LP, Mind Disaster, in paste-on sleeve replicating the original 1983 edition -- on the original label, Twisted Village. The Crystalized Movements were formed in 1980 by Wayne Rogers and Ed Boyden, two Tolland High School freshmen brought together by a mutual love of no wave and '60s psychedelia. After three years of experimenting (and countless versions of 'Gloria'), they decided in early 1983 that it was time to make an LP. They recorded loose duo versions of some of Wayne's songs, and then promptly split up after graduating from high school in June of 1983. Wayne, under the spell of the Plastic Cloud and Randy Holden, then spent the summer piling on mounds of guitar overdubs. The results were issued as Mind Disaster at the end of that year in a bank-breaking edition of 130 (as Twisted Village #1001). After a minor stir in collectors' circles, it was reissued on the UK Psycho label with a new cover in 1984. It was received by the 'psychedelic revival' community with universal horror and quickly went out of print. Wayne, meanwhile, added new members to the band and it treaded on as a little-known Connecticut institution until 1992... The years have been kind to Mind Disaster, and its wah-wah and fuzz overload have made it a much sought after LP. After uncountable requests from our adoring public, Twisted Village finally reissue Mind Disaster, with its original cover. It is perhaps the last teenage garage-psych LP to be made in our time.
A1. Overture (3:20)
A2. Stone Cathedral (4:35)
A3. Communal Storybook (7:18)
A4. Sandy Roy (2:26)
A5. The Hymn (3:54)
B1. Orange Acid Orange (3:10)
B2. Close Your Eyes (9:11)
B3. Psychotical Delusions (8:49)
- Limited 2017 LP reissue of the first Cystalized Movements LP, Mind Disaster, in paste-on sleeve replicating the original 1983 edition -- on the original label, Twisted Village.
- Formed in 1980 by Wayne Rogers and Ed Boyden, two high school freshmen brought together by a mutual love of no wave and '60s psychedelia, Crystalized Movements decided to make an LP after three years of experimenting.
- Soon after the band split up, and Wayne, under the spell of the Plastic Cloud and Randy Holden, piled on mounds of guitar overdubs to the loose duo versions they had recorded.
- Perhaps the last teenage garage-psych LP to be made in our time.
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