Venezuelan rock masterpiece from 1968 full of fuzz guitars with a psychedelic twist. Originally released on the same label as Ladies WC, this extremely hard to find record stands out for being much more than just another covers album. The band's original 'Gon'na Ride' can hold comparisons with their outstanding takes on Hendrix and Cream's classics. What an amazing record this is.
Around 1968 a new band was formed by three young men in their 17-18 years who were well aware of the current state of art in pop music internationally. The Love Depression was the Venezuelan response to the hippest music of the time. Their only album was recorded in April 1968 and is considered one of the Venezuelan rock masterworks, full of fuzz guitars with a psychedelic twist. Unfortunately their musical journey did not last too long_ They took part in different events like the well-remembered Experiencias Psicotomiméticas, and also Pop&Op Musical as well as a number of shows at the many branches of the most important Hotel chain in the country. They even had a song featured in the long forgotten Venezuelan film "Dana". However, the lack of confidence in their future career in the music industry made them decide to disband, although Torito and Alvaro would still have a successful career in other music projects.