The Litter- $100 Fine LP. From Minneapolis, the Litter were one of the finest bands to emerge from the Midwest garage scene. Their debut lp, "Distortions," is considered a classic of the garage/psychedelic movement, with their gloriously fuzzed drenched takes of classics by the Who, Spencer Davis, the Small Faces, and Yardbirds, to name a few. The results gained the Litter exposure, and gave them the confidence to go back to the studio to work on their sophomore effort. The results of their work is the amazing "$100 Fine," released in 1968. The first major difference between this and the debut lp is that the band wrote most of their own material for this LP, showcasing their talents as writers as well as musicians. The music on the album is supreme. The opening track "Mindbreaker," offers superb fuzztone guitar work, and builds up to an interesting psychedelic haze and is worth the price of admission alone. This ’60s garage powerhouse is now on 180-gram hi-quality vinyl for the first time! Includes great 12 x 12 glossy insert with story and photos.