2 oz’s Plastic with a Hole in the Middle - Man

2 oz’s Plastic with a Hole in the Middle
Released 25/05/09. Following the well received reissues of MAN's United Artists label catalogue in 2008, Esoteric Recordings continue their series of MAN reissues with '2 oz's Plastic with a Hole in the Middle'. Originally released in September 1969 on Pye Records' progressive label, Dawn, the album was the band's second work. A fabulous blend of psychedelia and acid rock, the classic set featured such classics as ‘Spunk Rock' (mistakenly titled ‘Spunk Box' by Pye Records), ‘It Is As It Must Be' and ‘The Storm'.
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Code: ECLEC2128
Weight: 200
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Prelude / The Storm / It Is As It Must Be / Spunk Box / My Name Is Jesus Smith / Parchment And Candles Brother Arnold's Red And White Striped Tent / Bonus Tracks- My Name Is Jesus Smith (Alternative Version) / A Sad Song (Grasshopper) / Walkin' The Dogma (“Spunk Box” Demo)
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