The work of cult Los Angeles indie rockers Acetone compiled for the first time! The trio have roots in short-lived scuzz-rock band Spinout, who released one record in 1991 (on Delicious Vinyl, oddly enough) and then morphed into Acetone. Between 1993 and 2001, the trio released a string of cult LPs on Virgin sublabel Vernon Yard and Neil Young’s Vapor imprint, but their psych & surf-influenced sound failed to make any major waves under the looming shadow of Seattle grunge that was sweeping the nation. The band’s run was cut short by the tragic death of bassist Richie Lee in 2001. This collection, the band’s first-ever retrospective release beautifully compiled by Light In The Attic, contains 16 of their most beloved tracks cut on double vinyl housed in deluxe gatefold sleeve with obi strip. Highlights include “Shaker,” “Vibrato,” “Louise” & “All The Time.”
- double vinyl pressing
- gatefold sleeve
- music label: Light In The Attic 2017
reviewed by Kurupt FM Intern 10/2017
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