$14.00 USD

DOM - "Devil's Grandma" - 7" record

This listing:

includes: black vinyl record, cardstock insert, old-style picture sleeve on textured paper

Side A - "DOM"
Side B - "Devil's Grandma"

The band DOM (named after the hallucinogenic drug, of course) were a powerful rock trio comprised of siblings Eberhard Häger and Wolfgang Häger along with their friend Werner Wolf. They lived and rehearsed together in Stuttgart, Germany at a psychedelic musical lair they named the Bibulus.

Originally recorded in 1972, DOM’s only single “DOM” b/w “Devil’s Grandma” is one of the most coveted psychedelic krautrock 45s out there. The cover art, which they made themselves, depicts the tower of a Protestant church in Schwieberdingen with a superimposed picture of Eberhard and his grandmother. We are beyond psyched to present you with the first ever reissue of this legendary record!

200 TOTAL (2nd pressing run)

ed. of 150 - Black Vinyl 7" w/ picture sleeve
ed. of 50 - Lenticular w/ flip-image design #2 (Black Vinyl 7")

500 TOTAL (1st pressing run)

ed. of 330 - Black Vinyl 7" w/ picture sleeve
ed. of 100 - Splatter Vinyl 7" w/ picture sleeve
ed. of 50 - Lenticular w/ flip-image design #1 (Black Vinyl 7")
ed. of 20 - Deadstock original sleeve (Black Vinyl 7")


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