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Is "Let it Burn" the greatest Goat track ever made? The band thinks it's the best song they've ever written and Rocket Recordings certainly agrees. "Let it Burn" was written specifically for the climatic scene in the short movie Killing Gävle, the Guardian produced film directed by the very talented Joe Fletcher about the famous Gävle Goat in Sweden which every year local custodians try to protect a giant straw goat that is built for the town every Christmas being burnt down by mischievous pagans. Goat's music was the obvious choice to soundtrack the film – their back catalog is used throughout - but up to now it was the only place you could hear a segment of the 6 minute+ fuzz groover "Let it Burn." Now thanks to Rocket Recordings it can be heard in all its glory here on 7" vinyl. Not only that, but you get a brand new b-side, and like most recent Goat b-sides it reveals another exploratory layer to the band's ‘world music'. "Friday Pt.1" is a 4 minute excerpt from an organically evolving, cosmic-jazz, studio jam.