Only 100 copies ever made (see below grading for more info) >
Sleeve grade is VG++/EX- For it's rarity and the pics I've seen of others, this is the best copy I've seen. No splits on any sides of the sleeve. Only light storage wear and colorization fromagain.
Vinyl is graded a solid EX- /// There's some very light surface wear from the original storage sleeve - with NOscratches or deep marks whatsoever. Just play graded it as a solid EX.
Some info on the LP from the Acid Archives:
"A minor masterpiece – one of the only known copies Refer to page 30 of your Acid Archives textbook for a review of this 1972 promo only release from Vancouver. Were 100 copies made, all labeled as test pressings, most given out in an attempt to get the record picked up. Bishop sings and plays nearly all the instruments, with unusual items like tack piano plenty of intelligently executed psychedelic production gimmicks. The drawback for some may be his howling, big ego vocals, but the uniformly excellent songwriting and particularly brilliant arrangements more than make up for it and every track is a winner."