Previously unreleased 1968 Canadian psyche gem. Limited edition 400 copies.
Underworld made one 45, "Go Away", considered one of the best / rarest Canadian 60's 45's. All four Underworld trax, their only 45 "Go Away" / "Bound" + the previously unreleased trax on this 45 were recorded in one three-hour session in 1968.
"Spanish" was the nickname of lead guitarist Jim Carmichael and "Mondo" the nickname of singer Ken Ketter. The band's drummer was Gil Moore, later to be found in 70´s hard rock band Triumph.
The sleeve art is an illustration of Dante's Inferno by Gustave Dore?, depicting Dante's descent into the underworld. No picture of the group has survived.
Interview on back of sleeve with Jed MacKay excerpted from garagehangover.com/underworld
1. THE STRANGE EXPERIMENT OF DR. JARROD
2. Love 22