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September Gurls SGLP 17
Silkscreened cover with small rectangular piece of paper "Stand tall at your office." pasted to the front lower right, small rectangular piece of paper "The wrong way to stand." pasted to the rear bottom right and a sqaure piece of paper with thanks, copyrightinfo and label-address on the rear. Handnumbered edition of 550. This is number 503. A new and unplayed item. The cover is graded NM- because of a light dents to the upper left corner. The vinyl is pristine.
Grading cover: NM-/NEW | Grading vinyl: NM/NEW
"2nd album by Houston, TX based solo project of The Mike Gunn's Scott Grimm. Heavy space rock thunder, harder than the debut "I ruined America". At times exploring parallel worlds to Wayne Rogers' guitar outbursts." (September Gurls)
"On the band's second album, coming one year after its 1995 debut, I Ruined America, Dunlavy kick into full space rock overdrive from the start with "The Landing," a perfect slice of steady chug, heavy reverb, and long keyboard squeals in a slow Hawkwind style. From there the trio takes a more immediately tripped-out and zoned approach than on I Ruined America, with Scott Grimm tackling more vocals, nearly always with some sort of effects laden over them, and his guitar work remaining the key focus of each song." (AllMusic)