Have we got a killer release for you here! Coming to us from the Supreme Echo label, it's Space Amazon, the debut release from Pandora, now with a bonus 7". Originally recorded in 1974, this is the first time it has been released on vinyl. Space Amazon is a lost proto-punk/glam masterpiece, sounding like the New York Dolls meeting Zeppelin and Bowie in the alley behind the Mercer Arts Center. The band later went on to back David Johansen from the Dolls, and after that the members did studio and live work with artists as diverse as Tom Petty and Bon Jovi. Space Amazon is the band at it's rawest, and it's been remixed and remastered by the band for vinyl. It was released on CD in the 90's and at that time David Fricke gave it a 4 star review in Rolling Stone, but don't take his word for it, we've got an embedded track for you, check it out!
“Solid, spangled raunch far truer to the spirit of the era than the Kiss reunion tour was, with a garage spunk that’s more white-punks-on-hope than 8-track flashback” - David Fricke / Rolling Stone