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Boomkat Product Review:
Finally reissued! The Cock Diesel chapter of the Finders Keepers gang presents a lovingly compiled and executed reissue of the hugely sought-after soundtrack to Sandy Harbutt's Ozploitation Biker flick 'Stone' by Billy Green.
This is some real top-shelf material, a (monu)mental prog-rocking psyche-funked and avant-pop megalith originally imagined in synchronicity with director Harbutt's Aussie cult take on the B-movie sub-sect of Biker movies inspired by the likes of Marlon Brando's 'The Wild One' and 'The Cycle Savages'. Green's incredibly varied and ambitious compositions were among the most adventurous in Australia around 1974, whether combining synthesizers and didgeridoos on the opening sequence 'Eco Blue' to bombastic prog-rock themes with spiralling krautrock levels of cosmic intention and moments of Kottke/Fahey-esque desert blues.
This mind-blowing meld of styles has ensured this albums legendary status with collectors across the world, but even the lucky few who own copies will be clamming for this rearranged version, including four exclusive tracks not on the original wax and a head-jamming glut of information included on the typically informative sleevenotes (and we're talking Encyclopedic levels of knowledge here!) covering the cast, production and background of the movie from FK gang leader Andy Votel and grease monkey Sean Canty of Demdike Stare. Want, want, want!