Limited 180gm electric blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Lacquer cut at half-speed by engineer-extraordinaire Miles Showell (The Beatles, Rolling Stones, The Who) at Abbey Road Studios. With an insanely prolific year, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard return with their twelfth album, Polygondwanaland to journey into the depths of the mind and the limits of the universe. The Australian 7-piece have made a name for themselves with a steady stream of new material since their inception 2010, blending everything surf rock, prog, soul, folk, metal, garage rock, and even elements of spoken word and cinematic presentation, creating a large buzz and rabid fanbase stretching far across the globe from their Melbourne roots. This album is full of the psychedelic rock outfit's jazz and groove laden jams.
Limited 180gm electric blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Lacquer cut at half-speed by engineer-extraordinaire Miles Showell (The Beatles, Rolling Stones, The Who) at Abbey Road Studios. With an insanely prolific year, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard return with their twelfth album, Polygondwanaland to journey into the depths of the mind and the limits of the universe. The Australian 7-piece have made a name for themselves with a steady stream of new material since their inception 2010, blending everything surf rock, prog, soul, folk, metal, garage rock, and even elements of spoken word and cinematic presentation, creating a large buzz and rabid fanbase stretching far across the globe from their Melbourne roots. This album is full of the psychedelic rock outfit's jazz and groove laden jams.
5060467886345
Polygondwanaland (Fuzz Club Version) [180-Gram Blue Colored LP]
Artist: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $36.99
Wish

Available Formats and Editions

More Info:

Limited 180gm electric blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Lacquer cut at half-speed by engineer-extraordinaire Miles Showell (The Beatles, Rolling Stones, The Who) at Abbey Road Studios. With an insanely prolific year, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard return with their twelfth album, Polygondwanaland to journey into the depths of the mind and the limits of the universe. The Australian 7-piece have made a name for themselves with a steady stream of new material since their inception 2010, blending everything surf rock, prog, soul, folk, metal, garage rock, and even elements of spoken word and cinematic presentation, creating a large buzz and rabid fanbase stretching far across the globe from their Melbourne roots. This album is full of the psychedelic rock outfit's jazz and groove laden jams.