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2LP released: Mar 09, 2018

Tracklisting:
1. Instant Pleasure
2. Electro Rock
3. Nazi Apocalypse
4. Mole Machine
5. Bullet Proof Nothing
6. Here Come The Cyborgs Pt.1
7. Here Come The Cyborgs Pt.2
8. Dance The Mutation
9. Illegal Bodies
10. Here Come The Cyborgs (Live)
11. Dance The Mutation (Live)
12. Gonna Throw It All Away (Live)
13. Limitless Love (Live)
14. I Can Change My Mind (Live)
15. Illegal Bodies (Live)
16. Rock 'n' Roll Brain Cells (Live)
17. Sweet Jane / I'm Waiting For The Man (Live)
SIMPLY SAUCER
CYBORGS REVISITED
Label: IN THE RED
Cat No: ITR300LP
Barcode: 0759718530018
Packaging: 2LP

Simply Saucer's Cyborgs Revisited is an explosive time capsule from one of the great Canadian cult rock 'n' roll groups. Formed in Hamilton, Ontario, these sci-fried proto-punks created a sound fusing Hawkwind, The Kinks, Pink Fairies, Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd, and the omnipresent Velvet Underground. Originally recorded from 1974-1975, the album became a critically revered classic when it was finally unearthed in 1989 by Mole Records. Now, In The Red is proud to release the definitive, remastered double album edition featuring new liner notes by band biographer Jesse Locke, unseen images, and the complete live recordings available as a second album for the first time ever.

As a means to escape his oppressive experiences while living in a practice space surrounded by biker gangs, singer and fretboard-shredding guitarist Edgar Breau wrote a set of songs filled with dystopian visions of the future, conjuring metalloid thugs, Eva Braun's cyanide love affair, and "dancing the mutation." With nimble-fingered bassist Kevin Christoff, clatterwauling drummer Neil DeMerchant, and electronic cosmonaut John "Ping Romany" LaPlante (Breau's foster brother and answer to Pere Ubu's Allen Ravenstine), his lyrics were launched into a sonic supernova.

Their first recording session took place in the basement of brothers Bob and future superstar producer Daniel Lanois and was initially intended as a demo. Naturally, interest was non-existent for the sneering six-song set. It's shocking how anyone could have overlooked "Bullet Proof Nothing," an undeniably catchy VU-swiping anthem for the used, abused, and confused.