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Black vinyl version. Silver gatefold sleeve. Numbered edition of 2000 copies. Rotorelief present a reissue of Silver Apples' self-titled debut, originally released in 1968. Available in four versions: A black vinyl version with a color sleeve in a numbered edition of 2000 (ROTOR 055C-LP); a clear vinyl version with a color sleeve in a numbered edition of 1000 (ROTOR 055C-CLR); a black vinyl version with a silver gatefold sleeve in a numbered edition of 2000 (ROTOR 055S-LP); and a silver and black vinyl version with a silver gatefold sleeve in a numbered edition of 1000 (ROTOR 055S-SIL).
"By 1967, the Overland Stage Electric Band was teetering on its last legs. The New York City five-piece had found some success playing covers of straight-ahead rock 'n' roll at gigs in the East Village, but tensions within the group were steadily tearing them apart. The lead singer, Simeon Coxe III, had gotten his hands on a vintage '40s audio oscillator and was insisting that it become a part of the show. The rest of the band was understandably upset - this was more than a decade before electronic music would become an accepted practice. Before long, the band was down to two members, Simeon, and drummer Danny Taylor. Now with full control, the two members re-christened themselves the Silver Apples and set about releasing one of history's great forgotten albums, their self-titled debut. Silver Apples is a record that reached far ahead of its time. It's not surprising then, in a year when the airwaves were still dominated by Motown and the Beatles (whose experimentation was tame by comparison), that it failed to garner much of an audience. Even now, nearly 40 years later, the record sounds fresh and unconventional - in 1968 there simply wasn't anything else like it."
- Adam Bunch, Crawdaddy! (2007)