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LOONS - Memories Have Faces LP (splatter color vinyl)


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THE LOONS - Memories Have Faces (Munster) LP (splatter colored vinyl)

The Loons of La Mesa, California have been playing their uniquely original brand of psychedelic garage and freakbeat for more than 25 years. With MEMORIES HAVE FACES -- released in May 2024 -- they’ve created their most impressive batch of songs to date, along with an intense version of the Pretty Things’ “Cries from the Midnight Circus.”

Side A
1) Second Hand Dream
2) High & Lonesome (Like Jimmy Reed Said)
3) Daffodils or Despair
4) High Desert Sky
5) Ocean
6) When She Sleeps

Side B
1) Cries from the Midnight Circus
2) Memories Have Faces
3) Mixed Up Broken Down Time
4) Candlelight
5) Hollow Men

“A perfect pairing of Love-influenced garage-psych and British underground in the mould of the Pretty Things played with preternatural style and ability.” – Shindig Magazine

“Fantastically talented – as a group and individually, they’ve worked so hard at their passion … It has been one of the highlights of my life to have been involved with them.” – Glenn Ross Campbell, the Misunderstood