It is absolutely staggering to consider the amount of great rock and roll music our ears have never heard. Â Over the course of the last 60+ years, the task to find these buriedÂ diamonds has gotten exponentially more challenging. Â That’s where Light in the Attic comes in.
LITA Records, our belovedÂ rangersÂ in search ofÂ rock and roll’s rare relics of yesteryear, have dug up yet another A-1Â artifact. Â The 1960s harvested an astounding quantity of choice garage rock, and The Kitchen Cinq (like the majority of their peers) churned out an ample supply of sweaty foot-stomping shanties, but couldn’t survive the beast we all know as the music industry. Â Whether their hair wasn’t short enough or their hooks weren’t Beatles enough, it just never happened for the Cinq. Â Until now, that is.
Feast your eyes upon the damn near complete works of the band, a 28-track manifesto…preserved in amber for almost 5 decades. Â If youÂ want pure garage popÂ at its source from the glory days of its reign, then behold The Kitchen Cinq. Â Your blue vinyl awaits.
- 200 on Rainbow Marbled Vinyl (LITA Subscribers Exclusive Color)
- 200 on Blue Vinyl (LITA Online Preorder Edition Color)- Compilation and notes by Alec Palao
- The Kitchen Cinqâ€™s complete LHI sessions, comprising the Everything But album and non-LP singles as well as rare sides by the actâ€™s earlier incarnations as The Illusions and The Yâ€™Alls
- Fully remastered audio with three previously unissued cuts
- Extensive liner notes featuring interviews with Cinq members Jim Parker, Mark Creamer, and Johnny Stark, along with manager Tom Thacker and producer Suzi Jane Hokom
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive