This is without a doubt, the most beautiful, incredible and most deluxe packaging in the history of the French cult label. And CULT is what we are talking about on here! Cult! Yes, there is no other word to descrive these two albums by the Los Angeles-based band, released in 1988 and 1989. Both albums are real Gothic pearls one dives for!
Dallas Taylor, Dino Paredes, William Faircloth and Scott McPearson created a sort of ‘one of the kind’ alchemy of psychedelic-goth-rock. Cult too are the packages handmade by Bruce Licher (Savage Republic) at his legendary Independent packaging company Project Press.
Around A5-sized slider, with glossy prints in Gold, Copper, Green and black, each object is individually numbered with embossed print – you have to hold it in your hand, to understand the sheet beauty of the packaging!
Both albums have been fully remastered and are backed with tracks from a ‘Benefit to Tibet’ 7” from 1989. The CDs come gorgeously packed in inner sleeves with lyrics and renditions of original flyers, all of this in a folding cardboard cover, numbered to 500 copies, something to become CULT on its own!