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US pressingAfter venturing from Brazil to England to attend the Isle of Wight Festival, Brazilian band the Bubbles—the toast of the underground Rio de Janeiro scene, who had backed Tropicalist singer Gal Costa’s residence at the Sucata night club in that epochal year of 1970—decided to experiment with a heavier sound than that of their Brazilian cohorts.
This edition (co-produced with Groovie Records) comes in a deluxe tip-on jacket and includes an insert with band history, photos and comments on the songs by Renato Ladeiro, the Brazilian psych band's leader. As a bonus you get both sides of A Bolha's mind-blasting, hard-rocking 1971 single. Edition of 300 hand-numbered copies.