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The 13th Floor Elevators - Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevators [Import] - (United Kingdom - Import) (CD)

The 13th Floor Elevators - Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevators [Import] - (United Kingdom - Import) (CD)

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 (United Kingdom - Import) 

 Deluxe two CD edition. Disc One is the original mono audio remastered in 2008 from the original vinyl. Disc Two is the 1966 stereo audio remastered from the original 2-track master in 2009 by Paul Drummond and Andrew Thompson at Sound Performance and features the tracks in the band's intended running order. Also included on the second disc are 5 'cold desk' mixes made by Bob Sullivan during the band's recording session, which provides a rare glimpse of the raw recordings before the band added echo and reverb. This edition is presented in brilliant jewel case packaging with a detailed 16-page booklet written by band expert Paul Drummond. 

 - Disc 1 - 1 Disc 1 2 You're Gonna Miss Me (02:31) 3 Roller Coaster (05:04) 4 Splash 1 (03:53) 5 Reverberation (02:47) 6 Don't Fall Down (03:01) 7 Fire Engine (03:20) 8 Thru the Rhythm (03:07) 9 You Don't Know (02:56) 10 Kingdom of Heaven (03:08) 11 Monkey Island (02:40) 12 Tried to Hide (02:48) - Disc 2 - 1 You Don't Know (How Young You Are) (Mono) (02:58) 2 Thru the Rhythm (Mono) (03:08) 3 Monkey Island (Mono) (02:38) 4 Roller Coaster (Stereo) (05:05) 5 Fire Engine (Mono) (03:20) 6 Reverberation (Mono) (02:48) 7 Tried to Hide (Stereo) (02:48) 8 You're Gonna Miss Me (Stereo) (02:31) 9 Splash 1 (Mono) (03:54) 10 Don't Fall Down (Mono) (03:00) 11 Kingdom of Heaven (Mono) (03:08) 12 Fire Engine (Original Stereo) (03:20) 13 Monkey Island (Original Stereo) (02:44) 14 Roller Coaster (Original Stereo) (05:05) 15 Thru the Rhythm (Original Stereo) (03:03) 16 Tried to Hide (Original Stereo) (02:52)

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