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The 13th Floor Elevators' second album for International Artists, Easter Everywhere (1967) is essentially an extension of the sound of their groundbreaking debut. Widely regarded as the band's peak, the album captures the Elevators before the drug abuse, mental health problems and run-ins with the law that led to their premature demise. Another bona fide psychedelic classic, its standout tracks include the eight-minute epic, "Slip Inside This House" and an inspired cover of Bob Dylan's "(It's All Over Now) Baby Blue."
"Easter Everywhere is LSD music with visible trails, forcing you to cop a load of its detailed acid visions over rocking sounds not unlike mid 60's Rolling Stones or Arthur Lee. Powerful, intense and frequently disturbing. The Elevators made their trips so you don't have to." - Q Magazine
"The fearless trailblazers of psychedelia and one of the most kick-ass rock bands ever...For two or so years they burned with a flame so fierce that 40 years on they still remain an inspiration." - MOJO