Rarity Scale – Mega Rare
Here we have the fantastic Canadian Psychedelic Rock hammer “Reign Ghost” in absolute stunning condition!
The disc must be one of the best copies I have ever seen from this album. The vinyl surface looks really nice and as clean as US/Canadian disc can look. It plays fantastic. All the music plays loud and clear. There is only some very slight crackle here and there caused by the pressing. Overall a fantastic disc in NM condition!
The labels are like new with no spindle traces at all!! Overall a true keepers copy for most collectors.
The heavy cardboard single sleeve is in stunning condition. The sleeve is still in its shrink but the shrink is not fully intact anymore. There is a small pricetag on the shrink (not on the sleeve itself). The cover has the well known punch hole near the top right corner. Further this sleeve is absolutely fantastic!
The front is lovely with only the slightest of storage wear near the bottom (almost not visable). The opening is perfect. The spine is like new.The back is amazing. It only shows minimal storage wear near the bottom edge. Nothing serious.
It is extremely difficult to find a better copy nowadays. We grade the sleeve EX+ to NM!
Please take a very good look at the photos to get a good impression!
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“Reign Ghost” was an Canadian psych rock group. The group was formed in the late 60’s in Oshawa, Ontario. The band had 6 members with female vocals. In 1968 the band managed to sign a contract with the tiny label “Allied Records” and released their album which is up for sale here.
After releasing the album the group stopped but soon reformed under the same name. They tried to release more work and searched for more succes but unfortunately the band disbanded in 1970.
The music on the album is without a doubt psychedelic but has some folk influences as well. It’s an fantastic album with really good musicianship. The female vocals by Lynda Squires are amazing!!
A not to be missed obscure rarity for the serious psychedelic record collector with an focus on American psych!