"Daily Dance is a genuinely unique artifact from rural Ohio; a mythical frenzy of distorted guitar and improvised drums creating walls of psychedelic noise. Originally released in 1973, its sound is unparalleled for its time and precedes its closest kin, New Yorks no-wave explosion, by a solid 5 years. They generate waves of energy through cascading feedback squall and drumbo bash and shimmer. A few tracks will start with something vaguely resembling a groove, before they quickly deteriorate into their lonely Buckeye din. - Dante Carfagna. Cantor Records is proud to make Daily Dance available on vinyl for the first time in 35 years. Daily Dance was remastered from the original tapes, pressed at RTI, and is lavishly packaged with a heavy Stoughton paste-on jacket, informative Obi/U-Card, and an extensive 20-page booklet of liner notes. RIYL: Fushitshusha, Dead C, The Stooges, Velvet Underground. -Cantor. Finally available again after the now out of print 1998 CD reissue. Highly recommended!