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Rarity Scale: Mega Rare
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An amazing piece of hard/psych rock with one of the best guitar heroes from the era “John Du Cann”! This copy is the very first pressing pressed by CBS.
We grade the sleeve a good EX-. It’s a lovely front laminated single sleeve but it’s not perfect. Near the edges it’s a bit dirty. The spine is fully readable but a bit rough. The same story goes for the opening. The corners are nice but not razor sharp. On the back there is a small beginning of ring wear and a initial. Further the fragile sleeve is amazing. There are no big creases, stains and there are no tears. The laminate is nice.
The disc is amazing! The labels are clean and near perfect. The disc plays amazing! Almost always mint-. Maybe the slightest of background at the very beginning. Overall we grade the vinyl Near Mint.
This copy comes with a original inner sleeve but we are not sure if this is the correct inner for this record.+ More information
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Andromeda is an English hard/psych/blues rock act formed in 1966. In 1969 they released their only album in the golden era. Years later in the 90’s they released more work.
Soon after the group was born the line-up changed. Under John Du Cann a new line-up was formed with Ian McLane and Mick Hawksworth. Together as a power trio they released their wonderful self titled debut album in 1969. Amazing fuzz guitar work from the master John Du Cann. Amazing drum work by McLane and lovely bass by Hawksworth. Vocals were done by John Du Cann, Mick Hawksworts and backing vocals by Eddie Dyche.
The lovely artwork on the sleeve which is very psychedelic is done by John Du Cann itself!
The album was recorded at Advision Sound Studios in London in June 1969.
Soon after the release of Andromeda, the band split up because John left for Atomic Rooster. Later John Du Cann was also active in Hard Stuff which released two albums on the collectable “Purple Records” label.