Between August 1980 and March 1981, Les Rallizes Dénudés (or The Naked Larryz, as the long-lost acetate they are rumored to have recorded for Virgin Records in the mid-'70s dubbed them) played seven concerts in and around Tokyo. Never officially released, illicit ninth generation cassette copies circulated in Japanese fan circles for many years, attaining a whispered, Holy Grail status amongst initiates to the Rallizes cult. High quality soundboard versions were finally released by the secretive Univive label in 2005. Three of the best of these concerts are collected on Double Heads, all recorded at Yaneura, a small club in the teeming neon teen shopping mecca of Shibuya in Tokyo. Together, these three concerts comprise a singularly pivotal moment in Les Rallizes Dénudés' development -- as well as some of the most glacially psychedelic music of their long career. This numbered, limited edition 6CD box set contains a booklet with liner notes. Digitally remastered.
- Phoenix Records presents a highly-collectable numbered, limited edition 6CD box set of mythic, long-rumored early '80s live recordings from Japan's legendary Les Rallizes Dénudés.
- Les Rallizes are the godfathers of artists such as High Rise, Kousokuya, Acid Mothers Temple and Keiji Haino.
- Includes a booklet with liner notes.
- Digitally remastered.
- "Has a one way trip to the heart of darkness ever been made in a more handsome jalopy?" --Julian Cope, Japrocksampler