Eight Miles High was originally released in 1969 by the Dutch rock band The Golden Earring. It was the first album they released under their slightly shorter name, formerly being The Golden Earrings. The album is titled after their cover of The Byrds' “Eight Miles High”, of which the full 19-minute version is included. It is the longest track The Golden Earring ever recorded. They recorded the full album at the Olympic Sound Studios in only 5 days time.
All audio was remastered from the first-generation Olympic Sound Studios master tapes for this version of Eight Miles High. It is available as a limited edition of 2000 individually numbered copies on red coloured vinyl.