Limited green and clear colored vinyl LP pressing. Gong's quintessential trilogy comprising the albums Flying Teapot, Angels Egg and You were previously only available as part of the remastered The Radio Gnome Invisible Trilogy released in 2015 on BYG as a deluxe 3LP boxset and 4CD EarBook set. Quirky with mostly brief compositions, the album is slightly less spacey than Flying Teapot but is arguably more musical. This eclectic affair travels through several movements and time changes and comes across as a perpetually progressing piece. The classic Gong line-up is in full swing here with primo Daevid Allen vocals and lyrics and Steve Hillage's first full inclusion to the band bearing fruit with musical quality akin to his solo work.
Limited green and clear colored vinyl LP pressing. Gong's quintessential trilogy comprising the albums Flying Teapot, Angels Egg and You were previously only available as part of the remastered The Radio Gnome Invisible Trilogy released in 2015 on BYG as a deluxe 3LP boxset and 4CD EarBook set. Quirky with mostly brief compositions, the album is slightly less spacey than Flying Teapot but is arguably more musical. This eclectic affair travels through several movements and time changes and comes across as a perpetually progressing piece. The classic Gong line-up is in full swing here with primo Daevid Allen vocals and lyrics and Steve Hillage's first full inclusion to the band bearing fruit with musical quality akin to his solo work.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: CHARLY
Rel. Date: 11/13/2020
UPC: 5060767440193

Angels Egg
Artist: Gong
Format: Vinyl
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Limited green and clear colored vinyl LP pressing. Gong's quintessential trilogy comprising the albums Flying Teapot, Angels Egg and You were previously only available as part of the remastered The Radio Gnome Invisible Trilogy released in 2015 on BYG as a deluxe 3LP boxset and 4CD EarBook set. Quirky with mostly brief compositions, the album is slightly less spacey than Flying Teapot but is arguably more musical. This eclectic affair travels through several movements and time changes and comes across as a perpetually progressing piece. The classic Gong line-up is in full swing here with primo Daevid Allen vocals and lyrics and Steve Hillage's first full inclusion to the band bearing fruit with musical quality akin to his solo work.