Limited double 180 gm vinyl LP pressing in hand numbered gatefold sleeve. Digitally remastered and expanded reissue of this 1966 Garage Rock classic including six bonus tracks. Today, Garage, Psych, and Punk are three overused words to say the least. They're dropped from every direction to brand, market, and sell, but looking back to the mid-1960s, there was only one group of musical mavericks that clearly defined them. The Monks were five beat playing American GIs stationed in Germany who, after their discharge, decided to stay and continue their musical mission. Meeting up with a team of local managers, they transformed themselves and their sound into a holy racket like the world had never known. This five-person order literally birthed the above genres through a fuzz-drenched evolution of sound, bursting with social commentary and future primitive rhythms. Black Monk Time is their mind-boggling debut album, and is far more popular today than it ever has been. Forget what you've heard about them because now it's time to actually hear them! Light in the Attic.
Boys Are Boys And Girls Are Choice
Higgle-Dy - Piggle-Dy
I Hate You
Oh, How To Do Now
We Do Wie Du
Love Came Tumblin' Down
That's My Girl
I Can't Get Over You
Love Can Tame The Wild
He Went Down To The Sea
Monk Chant (Live)
Oh, How to Do Now [Demo Version]
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.