New Light in the Attic releases and distro items galore!
Cannibal Holocaust (Original motion picture sountrack) by Riz Ortolani
Finally available on wax! The soundtrack to the ultimate gross out Italian exploitation masterpiece. Bring the sounds of the Green Inferno into your hearts and homes and relive the nightmare again and again.
"Riz Ortolani’s incredible score for the brutal film Cannibal Holocaust, available for the first time ever on Vinyl. The score is distinct when paired with the film, as it is very untraditional for any horror film. Alone, it is powerful, haunting and beautiful. Featuring original artwork by Jock, and pressed on 180 Gram Black Vinyl." --Light in the Attic
Thin Lizzy: Thin Lizzy (1971)
Shades of a Blue Orphanage (1972)
Vagabonds of the Western World (1973)
Light in the Attic has outdone themselves once again. Here we have reissues of the first three slabs by the undisputed gods of Irish rawk. All three come in snazzy gatefold sleeves, convenient for rolling a joint and blowing your minds to the groovy sounds of... what was I saying again? Man this item description is far out maaaan. Nailed it.
Benny Soebardja: Gimme a Piece of Gut Rock (1977)
Admit it, you LOVE Indonesian psych rock. At least once a night you wake up in a cold sweat, just itching for the far out sounds of the far east. Well we got it, so relax already!
"Recorded in 1977, ‘Gut Rock’ is Benny Soebardja’s second solo effort, an album that was released through the independent studio SM Recordings. Having been allowed unlimited studio time and creative freedom, Benny took 30 days to record Gut Rock, backed by both Giant Step & Lizard. With English lyrics penned with the help of Bob Dook, this is an incredible piece of music and a staple within Indonesian collectors circles." --Light In The Attic
Selda: Selda (1976)
Finally back in stock, the second album by the undiputed queen of Turkish Psych-folk! Last time we got these they were gone in a flash, so don't sleep on it this time!
"Find out why this brawny mama couldn’t be stopped by a military government that put her on trial 9 times, and could call herself the bitter voice of the Turkish people." --Light in the Attic
Michael Chapman: Window (1970)
We got copies of the preorder edition here! Clear vinyl in an edition of 200. Probably the most neglected and often misunderstood record in Chapman's catalog, though no less compelling or essential!
Amadou Balake: Bar Konon Mousso Bar (1978)
Outstanding African funk!
"Hailing from remote Burkina Faso, Amadou Ballaké stands as one of Africa’s most mesmerizing voices. He has achieved an amazing musical heritage with many albums and singles released along his long career, which started in the early 1960’s...
A beautiful reissue of this wonderful album by Amadou Balake. Original artwork and remastered tracks." -- Light In The Attic
Roky Erickson: Gremlins Have Pictures (1986)
Includes an incredible live version of the howling at the moon classic "Night of the Vampire"
Roky's third and arguably best solo record is actually a rather strange odds and ends affair:
"Gremlins Have Pictures is an anthology of Erickson’s solo work following his extended incarceration at the Rusk State Hospital for the criminally insane... Collected here, the odds and ends of Erickson’s post-incarceration work tell a story of a man finding his musical feet, ranging from Dylan-like folk strumming to the big, Neil Young-like rock" --Light in the Attic
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