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Music  >>  Vinyl  >>  Rock/Pop

Silver Apples

Contact (Color Sleeve) (Black Vinyl)

Silver Apples Contact (color Sleeve) (black Vinyl)
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Black vinyl version. Color sleeve. Numbered edition of 2000 copies. Rotorelief present a reissue of Silver Apples' second album Contact, originally released in 1969. Available in four versions: A black vinyl version with a color sleeve in a numbered edition of 2000 (ROTOR 056C-LP); a clear vinyl version with a color sleeve in a numbered edition of 1000 (ROTOR 056C-CLR); a black vinyl version with a silver gatefold sleeve in a numbered edition of 2000 (ROTOR 056S-LP); and a silver and black vinyl version with a silver gatefold sleeve in a numbered edition of 1000 (ROTOR 056S-SIL).

"Aside from Simeon's use of a banjo on a couple of tracks, the music on Contact does not differ from that of their debut. One aspect improved upon was the lyrics; many possess the same 'cosmic' element found on Silver Apples, but others are full of bitterness, pain, paranoia, and confusion. In turn, the lead oscillator is used to greater effect, reflecting this newfound intensity. Simeon, who composed the text for five of Contact's ten songs (he framed one song on Silver Apples, 'Dancing Gods'), was largely responsible for this change." --Bart Bealmear, AllMusic
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