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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. The second studio album by Bay Area psych-rock band Country Joe And The Fish is perhaps their most famous. The 1967 LP includes popular protest song "I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die Rag, as well as "The Fish Cheer," a standard at all Country Joe concerts. The album, which will be released in it's original Stereo format, is full of experimental, Eastern-influenced sounds, driven by distorted, organ-driven melodies. 1967 marked an era of creative expression, political rebellion and experimentation, climaxing in The Summer of Love; and no other location on Earth was quite as synonymous with this period as San Francisco - the center of the counterculture movement. Perhaps one of the best musical representations of this time, place and environment came from a rock band across the Bay, who married progressive protest with groundbreaking, experimental music: Country Joe & the Fish.