Psychedelic Swirl Vinyl LP! Pressed at RTI!
Ambitious Musical Statement! Includes "Tomorrow", "Sit With The Guru", "Pretty
Song From Psych-Out" & More!
The Strawberry Alarm Clock’s unique sound—full of beautiful, day-glo pop
surrounding jagged, fuzzy guitars and organs, among other garage-rock
influences—is explored through a number of dreamlike gems contained in this
volume, presented as originally issued! Wake Up...It’s Tomorrow contains fan
favorites (and ’60s psych gold) like “Sit With the Guru,” and many more—pressed
on Psychedelic Swirl Vinyl!
Wake Up...It’s Tomorrow, The Strawberry Alarm Clock’s second album, is what many
fans consider the most ambitious musical statement of the band’s career.
Includes “Tomorrow,” “Sit with the Guru,” and the haunting “Pretty Song from
Psych-Out,” theme of the cult-classic film of the same name.
Containing what many consider to be Strawberry Alarm Clock’s finest moments on
record, “Wake Up” is an excellent LP from start to end. Much like their first
LP, the group dominated the song writing and great tunes are the fore! This was
the first LP by the now five-piece Alarm Clock; Gary Lovetro left prior to the
recording of this LP.
"For their second album, Wake Up...It's Tomorrow, Strawberry Alarm Clock
built upon the solid writing and musicianship that inevitably carried over from
the Incense and Peppermints project. In retrospect, it is baffling as to why
they were relegated to the 'one-hit wonders' file, as their most social and
musically relevant statements had yet to be made." - Lindsay Planer,
allmusic.com, Rated 3.5/5 Stars
• Psychedelic Swirl Vinyl
• Pressed at RTI
Mark Weitz, keyboards, vocals
Randy Seol, drums, keyboard, percussion, vocals
Edward King, guitars, vocals
Lee Freeman, guitars, sitar, vocals
George Bunnell, bass guitar, vocals
1. Nightmare Of Percussion
2. Soft Skies, No Lies
4. They Saw The Fat One Coming
5. Curse Of The Witches
1. Sit With The Guru
2. Go Back
3. Pretty Song From Psych-Out
4. Sitting On A Star
5. Black Butter, Past
6. Black Butter, Present
7. Black Butter, Future