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4th installment of proto-metal comp ‘Brown Acid’ coming (stream a track)

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The fourth installment of the Brown Acid compilation series is coming this year. In case you’re unfamiliar, it’s a comp put together by stoner rock label RidingEasy Records and Chicago/LA record store Permanent Records that collects obscure ’60s and ’70s heavy-psych/proto-metal jams. The Fourth Trip drops on 4/20 (naturally), and we’re premiering opening track “Leave It,” recorded by Kanaan in Texas in 1969. It’s a nice dose of fuzz-drenched riffs that fans of anyone from Blue Cheer to Ty Segall are sure to enjoy. Check it out, with the album tracklist, below.

Pre-order the album on vinyl here and digitally here.

Side A:
Kanaan – Leave It
Daingerfield, Texas

Stone Garden – Oceans Inside Me
Lewiston, Idaho

Headstones – Carry Me On
Columbus, Ohio

Wrath – Rock N’ Roll Fever
Canton, Ohio

Bungi – Numbers
Appleton, Wisconsin

Erving Forbush – The Train

Zekes – Comin Back (previously unreleased)
Los Angeles, California

Bad Axe – Coachman
Chicago, Illinois

Ash – Warrant
Melbourne, Australia

Axas – Lucifer
Logansport, Indiana

Check It Out

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