This is a really fun piece of '60s pop psych for those of you who dig the strange and unusual. It's an original ABC/Command pressing of an album by The Hellers, a project cooked up by notorious sonic adventurers Enoch Light and Robert Moog. The record looks virtually unplayed, the cover is in beautiful condition, the company inner sleeve is so bright and colorful it probably never saw the light of day until I pulled it out, and there's even a cool little envelope you could send back to receive two "Preview '68" sampler LPs... I can't imagine there are too many of those still floating around. On top of that, it's a really good sounding record that shows off some of the new synth technology of the time combined with skits, sketches, and songs. I don't totally know what to make of this crazy thing, but it's certainly fun and unique!
Vinyl: EX (super clean)
Cover: EX (two very tiny corner dings)
Play notes: A totally insane record that sounds great and plays quietly
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