Rarity Scale – Very Rare
Here we have a beautiful near perfect copy of the third album by The Litter called “Emerge”. What a fantastic album!
We can be short about the disc. It looks and plays amazing. This is superb copy. Like it was bought yesterday! The vinyl surface is lovely and super clean! The playback of the music is loud and clear. I wish all albums plays like this beauty. Both labels are nice and clean with no spindle traces at all. I am wondering if this album has ever been played. Overall we grade the disc NM.
The fragile thick unlaminated gatefold with wide spine looks truly amazing! It is in EX+ to NM condition. Only thing is a very small punch hole near the top left corner. Front lovely. Back lovely, spine lovely, opening lovely. Bottom edge shows some very minimal storage wear.
This copy comes with an original plain white inner sleeve.
Please take a very good look at the photos to get a good impression!
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Collectors of American psych off course know “The Litter”. The Litter was an American garage/psych outfit from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The group was formed in 1966.
Their debut “Distortions” was released in 1967. In 1968 their classic “$100 fine” was released. This is true American classic from the Golden Era!!
“Emerge” was the third album and was released in 1969. THe collection of songs on this album makes it a beautiful time piece with great tracks like “Journey” and “Blue Ice”. Their is also a fantastic cover of “For What It’s Worth” (The Buffalo Springfield) on “Emerge”.