Faces From The Dark: Beat & Psychedelia From / Var - Faces From The Dark: Beat & Psychedelia From / Var | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. The Henchmen - My Baby's Gone (Martin Jarvis)
2. John Stoughton - Sticks and Stones (Turner)
3. The Trees - Please Go Steady (Unknown)
4. Faces in the Dark - All I Need (Faces in the Dark)
5. Fore Gonks - the Teaser (Unknown)
6. Generation 5 - Come on Back (Unknown)
7. New Conchords - in This World
8. The Diatones - Faces (Unknown)
9. The Chevrons - Why Don't You Love Me Like Before (Unknown)
10. The Grass - I'll Keep Holding on (William Stevenson, Ivy Jo Hunter)
11. Four's Company - I Keep Forgetting (Unknown)
12. The Fables - I Try Too Hard (Unknown)
13. The Breeze - Three Day Eternity (Unknown)
14. Item - N.S.U (Jack Bruce)
15. Sole System - Glendora (Ray Stanley)
16. Tomorrow's Children - LSD (Dick Taylor, Phil May)
17. The Cloud - Doo Doo Song (The Cloud)
18. 20th Century Sounds - Flight of the Fortune Teller (Unknown)
19. The Breeze - Hey Joe (Billy Roberts)
20. 1984 - Hush (South)
21. British Mad - December 41st (Unknown)
22. The Arthur Hinge Speed Band - Somebody to Love (Darby Slick)
23. Charlotte Black - So You Want to Be a Rock 'N' Roll Star (Jim McGuinn, Chris Hillman)
24. The Cloud - Something You Got (The Cloud)
25. 1984 - Fresh Garbage (Jay Ferguson)
26. The Sun - Mind's Garden (Unknown)
27. British Mad - Talking to the Rain (Unknown)
28. Charlotte Black - Charge of the Light Brigade (Terry Clark, Terry Dobson)

More Info:

During the mid to late 1960s the Modern Music Centre in London welcomed hundreds of aspirant hopefuls through it's doors at 86 Turnham Green Terrace in Chiswick. Over seventy acetates at least on the studio's own label are known to exist but the fact that few have ever been released has ensured the studio remains a largely forgotten venture. It's relatively prolific output of discs however has enabled a most entertaining expedition with Faces From The Dark, from singular beat to unhinged psychedelia, amidst a good measure of fuzzed our frazzles. Faces From The Dark is a CD only compilation featuring 28 tracks (of which only 3 have been previously released) and the CD is housed in a wallet with a 64 page booklet.