The Motor City 5 pressed on white vinyl at Third Man Pressing in the Motor City and packaged in new space age envelope style sleeves, with rare unseen band photos! Includes liners by David Fricke of Rolling Stone, who says, ''In a 1966 live recording, the MC5 played 'Looking at You' like Motown raga. At United Sound, the band hit the zigzag riff at light speed and stayed there, framed by searing lead guitar and explosive drumming. 'Borderline' was a frantic jigsaw of power-chord jolts and sheet-like harmonies detonated again, at the Grande, for the live recording of the MC5's first LP, Kick Out the Jams.''

The Motor City 5 pressed on white vinyl at Third Man Pressing in the Motor City and packaged in new space age envelope style sleeves, with rare unseen band photos! Includes liners by David Fricke of Rolling Stone, who says, ''In a 1966 live recording, the MC5 played 'Looking at You' like Motown raga. At United Sound, the band hit the zigzag riff at light speed and stayed there, framed by searing lead guitar and explosive drumming. 'Borderline' was a frantic jigsaw of power-chord jolts and sheet-like harmonies detonated again, at the Grande, for the live recording of the MC5's first LP, Kick Out the Jams.''

090771408617
Looking At You / Borderline [White Vinyl Single]

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Format: 7" Vinyl
Label: MODERN HARMONIC
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 12/06/2019
UPC: 090771408617

Looking At You / Borderline [White Vinyl Single]
Artist: Mc5
Format: 7" Vinyl
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The Motor City 5 pressed on white vinyl at Third Man Pressing in the Motor City and packaged in new space age envelope style sleeves, with rare unseen band photos! Includes liners by David Fricke of Rolling Stone, who says, ''In a 1966 live recording, the MC5 played 'Looking at You' like Motown raga. At United Sound, the band hit the zigzag riff at light speed and stayed there, framed by searing lead guitar and explosive drumming. 'Borderline' was a frantic jigsaw of power-chord jolts and sheet-like harmonies detonated again, at the Grande, for the live recording of the MC5's first LP, Kick Out the Jams.''