LSD March

LSD March is a Japanese psychedelic rock group, based in the city of Himeji. It is led by singer and guitarist Shinsuke Michishita. The group is named after a track by krautrock group Guru Guru. Michishita has also played with Magura Mozart and Doodles.

elected Discography

Albums

"1997-2001 at Mushroom" CD (Gyuune Cassette, 2002)

"Totsuzen honno no gotoku" (突然炎のごとく) LP, (White Elephant, 2002; CD reissue, Last Visible Dog, 2004)

"Kanashimino bishonen" LP (HP Cycle, 2004)

"Shindara jigoku" LP (Siwa, 2004)

"LSD March Live" CD (Archive, 2006)

"Empty Rubious Red" CD (White Elephant; reissue, Archive 2006 CD, Tequila Sunrise 2007 LP)

"Tour" CDr (White Elephant 2007)

"Constellation Of Tragedy" CD (Important Records, 2007)

"Nikutai No Tubomi" 2CD (Beta-lactam Ring Records, 2007)

Compilations

"Mushroom A Go Go" CD (Gyuune Cassette, 1998)

"The Night Gallery" CD (Alchemy Records, 2003)

"Million Tongues Festival" CD (Bastet, 2004)

"Catch 35" CD (Gyuune Cassette, 2004)

References

External links

* [http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=54597175 LSD March on myspace]
* [http://www.dustedmagazine.com/reviews/1627 Dusted magazine review of "Totsuzen honno no gotoku"]


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