Head And The Hares- S/T CD. This a nice deluxe reissue of the fuzz-punk classic debut album from Head And the Hares originally released on Boston’s Moulty Records in 1992. This garage rock masterpiece includes all 12 original tracks from their debut album plus a bonus cover of The Byrds’ classic “Feel a Whole Lot Better.” While the majority of bands from their era drew heavily from fuzzed-out Pebbles and Nuggets sounds, Head and the Hares dug deeper into the more mysterious sounds that permeated New England during the mid-1960s. Taking their name from a NE band that released one obscenely rare 45 and disappeared, Head And The Hares blend a basic folk rock sound with a Zombies-esque, farfisa swirling approach to songwriting. If you dig ‘60s-era New England garage rock or folk rock-influenced bands like The Optic Nerve, this one’s for you.