In 1967 the band supported the Mothers Of Invention at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. Their debut album, Agemo's Trip To Mother Earth, appeared in late 1968. In Holland its sleeve had a 3-D image on the cover, and came with a pair of 3-D glasses (copies with the glasses unperforated are especially prized today). The album's concept is incomprehensible, but its superb songs and musicianship have ensured its lasting cult reputation, and it has been called the most truly psychedelic album ever recorded. A UK release (also on Philips) did not help the band gain a footing outside Holland, and Philips dropped them soon afterwards.
Their next album, 1969's Paradise Now, appeared on the Dutch Discofoon label in 1969 and was only marginally less acid-influenced than its predecessor. The band disbanded soon afterwards, but was sporadically active through the 1970s. Especially notable was another excellent single, 1971's Fire / Have You Ever Heard?, which appeared on Polydor (again, with a picture sleeve). In subsequent years related albums have appeared by S.I.X.(Sjardin's Invisible X-factor), Sjardin's Terrible Surprise and Orange Upstairs. The discography below is not complete. Singles * Look Around / Misty Night (Yep 1013), 1966 * I Know (La Pensee) / I Want More (Philips JF 333835), 1967 * Mother No Head / Ever Ever Green (Philips JF 333901), 1967 * Zero / Frozen Mind (Philips JF 333973), 1968 * We Love Life / Little Fly (Philips JF 334646), 1969 * Don't Let It Be / Sun Is Coming (Action 2102004), 1970 * Sun Is Coming / We Change From Day To Day (Intertone), 1970 * Fire / Have You Ever Heard? (Polydor 2050111), 1971 Albums * Agemo's Trip to Mother Earth Philips PY 844083 (1968) * Paradise Now Discofoon Vroom & Dreesman 7063 (1969) * Polyandri (1974) Read more on Last.fm.
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