|1||Creature With The Atom Brain|
|2||Stand For The Fire Demon|
|3||The Wind And More|
|4||Cold Night For Alligators|
|5||Two-Headed Dog (Red Temple Prayer)|
|6||I Walked With A Zombie|
|7||Click Your Fingers Applauding The Play|
|8||If You Have Ghosts|
|9||Mine Mine Mind|
|10||I Think Of Demons|
|12||Night Of The Vampire|
|13||Don't Shake Me Lucifer|
Originally released in the UK as the 10 song album Five Symbols in 1980 and as The Evil One in 1981 (with 5 songs replaced), this definitive collection gathers all 15 songs from the Stu Cook (Creedence Clearwater Revival) late 1977-79 produced sessions.
2xLP includes 20-pg booklet, download card for full album, and etching by artist Travis Millard (Side D).
Rare / unseen archive photos and ephemera.
Roky Erickson. The Evil One. The Orchard Music, Believe Music от лица. 53: Evil One by Roky Erickson, released 13 September 2013 1. Two Headed Dog Red Temple Player 2. I Walked with a Zombie 3. Night of the Vampire 4. It's a Cold Night for Alligators 5. Mine Mine Mind 6. Sputnik 7. White Faces 8. I Think of Demons 9. Creature with the Atom Brain 10. The Wind and More 11. Don't Shake Me Lucifer 12. Bloody Hammer 13. Stand for the Fire Demon 14. Click Your Fingers Applauding the Play 15. If You Have Ghosts Celebrating a creative purple patch by a singular performer, Light In The Attic is to reissue the three albums issued by Roky Erickson in the 1980s: The. It wasn't until 1980 that Erickson released his first solo album, and that disc has had a rather eventful history. Stu Cook ex-Creedence Clearwater Revival produced the sessions over a period of two years, and the album appeared in Europe as Roky Erickson & the Aliens released by CBS in England, making it Roky's only major-label release to date, while in America it came out as The Evil One on the San Francisco indie 415 Records. The Evil One is a solo album by former 13th Floor Elevators singer Roky Erickson released in 1981. The songs were recorded in 1979 with producer Stu Cook, former bass player of Creedence Clearwater Revival. Some material from those sessions was also released on the 1980 CBS UK album Roky Erickson and the Aliens, later reissued as I Think of Demons. Cook played bass on two tracks, Sputnik and Bloody Hammer. Roky Erickson: The Evil One album review. Joe Whyte. Light In The Attic are currently reissuing the Roky Erickson solo records of the 1980s: including arguably one of his best works ever The Evil One. There are few rock and roll stories that follow the trajectory of burn out or fade away much better than that of Texas native Roky Erickson and 13th Floor Elevators. As leader of psych-rock pioneers The 13th Floor Elevators, Erickson forged a path where many imitated but few dared to follow. Erickson, the bleating voice of psychedelic pilgrims the 13th Floor Elevators, was only a few years past a ruinous stay in a Texas mental hospital when he made this improbably magical 1980 LP, first issued in the U. as Five Symbols and produced by Creedence Clearwater Revival's Stu Cook. The songs are rife with specters that stayed with Erickson paranoia, ghouls, bloody retribution and his third-eye way with syntax and pre-acid roots: the delirious-Buddy Holly bop Mine Mine Mind Erickson's boogie with the devil, Don't Shake Me Lucifer. His band,. Roky Erickson - The Evil One 1981. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. Psychedelic Rock. Songs in album Roky Erickson - The Evil One 1981. Roky Erickson - Two Headed Dog Red Temple Prayer. Roky Erickson - I Think Of Demons. Roky Erickson - Creature With The Atom Brain. Roky Erickson - The Wind And More. Roky Erickson - Don't Shake Me Lucifer. Roky Erickson - Bloody Hammer. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. The tragic story of Roky Erickson's life is compounded when one realizes the incredible vocal and songwriting talents he has alongside his psychiatric issues. His work with the Thirteenth Floor Elevators stands on its own as definitive Texas garagepsychrock, and his splintered solo career gives us moments of equal brilliance, generally known only to hardcore music fans. His 1981 album The Evil One released in 1980 in the U. with a few different tracks was produced over a period of two years by Creedence Clearwater Revival bassist Stu Cook and reveals Ericksons fascination with B-mo. Listen free to Roky Erickson The Evil One Two Headed Dog Red Temple Prayer, I Walked With a Zombie and more. 15 tracks 56:05. As the leader of the 13th Floor Elevators, he codified 60s psychedelia- helping establish the genres American vernacular, distinct from the prim Sgt. Peppers-isms of its British counterpart. Fits and false starts later, The Evil One was made manifest. Ericksons official solo debut album, I Think of Demons, was released on CBS in 1980, but it was recorded concurrently- by Creedence Clearwater Revivals Stu Cook- with the tracks that appear on The Evil One, which came out in 1981 after Erickson had been shunted to the Columbia-subsidized indie label 415