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My aim is to make rare stuff (in glorious mono or sometimes stereo) publicly available again with the best possible sound quality.

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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

The Electric Prunes - The Electric Prunes (1967) Orig. US Mono


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15 comments:

  1. Wowie, zowie, prof. I don't even know who these guys are or what music they made, but I guess I need some more education in psychedelics, starting with this album.

    BTW, nice seeing you back after so long. Hope you enjoyed a great personal break for yourself in the duration.

    -Vic

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  2. Hi mate! I'm stupid as ever when it comes to computor stuff - tried many times to download Your rare mixes, but don't get it right. I just get a code top page, nothing else. What have I missed? Sorry to bother with such trivial things, but I really wanna know.

    Kindly/Erik

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  3. @ Vic: Thanks mate. There will be some more goodies this month.

    @Erik: When clicking on the links above (cd or Hirez) you will be taken to a blank page. Select and copy the weblink on top and paste it in the address field of your browser. If you need more help, let me know.

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    1. Now I get it - thanks! I was just about to post the Canadian 1st Prunes mono, but haven't got a clue if it's the same mix as US. Hope I can figure it out.

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  4. Howdy!-I have had a copy of the mono "Underground" for years and had just about given up on finding a copy of the first album in mono. Inspired choice of a highly underrated band. Thank you.-Mike

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  5. Just now found you. Great shares great work. Thanks, ;)

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  6. yesterday while watching a Live/French 1967 viewing of The Electric Prunes doing (I Had Too Much To Dream) on You Tube ... I checked my email and, talk about good Karma what did I see ... or was I dreaming. Thank You Prof. Stoned

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  7. Nice to see you back prof.
    Keep up the great work !

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  8. Loved this group for years. Will be great to hear this in mono for the first time. Thanks!

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  9. many many thanks to the Good Prof! I've got some serious downloading to do :D

    cheers and love,
    mmk

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  10. Much thankyou! I loved the opening track from the Nuggets compilation but never checked out their other stuff. Great to have a MONO LP rip now!

    Thank you !!!

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  11. Takes me back to when I was a malen'kaya devochka...

    Thanks from Sonorakat

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  12. Thank you for this excellent work

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  13. thanks again for the great job you've again, cheers Karl

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