Double vinyl LP pressing housed in a deluxe gatefold jacket with a plethora of vintage album art, lovingly remastered audio, and to top it off, the beautiful Thai print hand-stitched cloth outer sleeve. Collection compiled by Maft Sai for Bangkok's Zudrangma Record label brings 18 forgotten '70s Thai Pop, Garage, and Funk tracks by 16 artists into the spotlight. As with a lot of music culled from the bins of little shops and markets of Southeast Asia, where original master recordings are virtually impossible to track down, the recordings were transferred from their old vinyl source, giving each song a slight crackling quality, as though you just dropped the needle down on a record that no one in the western world has ever heard of before (and likely hasn't). There are no details about the artists themselves or when the song was recorded, which gives a sense of mystery to the whole CD. Very diverse and weird. Impress your cultured friends with this, a no doubt about it ethnomusicologist's wet dream!