ATTACK. LUKE AND THE APOSTLES, KARMA, GRUMP AND MORE HEAVY ROCK FROM THE UNDERGROUND COMEDOWN. BLACK VINYL LP.
"This Trip comes straight at ya with an all out attack, quite literally-Attack's "School Daze" kicks out the jams Detroit-style. White Rock will knock your stank-ass socks off with their 1972 burner "Please Don't Run Away". This 45 was privately released by this Houston-based band that reportedly played shows with Josefus, Stone Axe, and Purple Sun. Riverside's two-sider from 1974 rips from front to back. It's also exclusively available here and is virtually unknown. And that's just some of the stellar collection of rare singles featured here. Some of the best thrills of the Internet music revolution is the ability to find extremely rare music with great ease. But even with such vast archives to draw from, quite a lot of great songs have gone undiscovered for nearly half a century-particularly in certain genres. Previously, only the most extremely dedicated and passionate record collectors had the stamina and prowess to hunt down long forgotten wonders in dusty record bins-often hoarding them in private collections, or selling at ridiculous collector's prices. Legendary compilations like Nuggets, Pebbles, ad nauseum, have exhausted the mines of early garage rock and proto-punk, keeping alive a large cross-section of underground ephemera. However, few have delved into and expertly archived the wealth of proto-metal, pre-stoner rock tracks collected on Brown Acid."