George Brigmans 1975 debut LP, Jungle Rot, may well be the last great American 1970s underground LP of its stature and power (as both Grail collectable and musical monster) to never to have received a legitimate reissue -- until now! As an eighteen year-old songwriter and guitarist with big ambitions, Baltimores Brigman cut Jungle Rot thirty years ago as a privately pressed LP on his own Solid Records label, making this raw fuzz guitar, acid-blues rough diamond gem his first release. Amazingly, this is the first legit (from original masters) reissue to ever appear, and the sound quality exceeds the original (poorly mastered and pressed) release in every way. Upon hearing this LP, youll wonder why Jungle Rot hasnt been shouted from the roof tops in every Blue Cheer, Groundhogs and Stooges-loving ghetto the last three decades. Jungle Rot is a truly remarkable record that exudes as much youthful wisdom and vision as it does brash aggressiveness and angst. You will be amazed at how contemporary, yet lost in time, much of this material sounds. - Bona Fide. Official 2005 reissue.