First historical edition! Three-LP box version. One-time limited edition of 500. Remastered by Intersystems founding member John Mills-Cockell; mastered for vinyl by Giuseppe Ielasi. Includes Number One Intersystems (1967), with the correct side sequence and (for the first time) the original tracks' sub-section divisions, in the original 1967 avant-press sleeve designed by Intersystems founding member Michael Hayden; Peachy (1967), with (for the first time) the correct track separations, timings, and titles; and Free Psychedelic Poster Inside (1968), with (for the first time) the original (double) track titles, in a silkscreened envelope reproducing the original 1968 sleeve. Also includes a 132-page book with the detailed chronology of all the Intersystems Presentations and 110 full-page images illustrating for the first time ever the story of this essential collective, as well as the following texts: "How the Mind Excursion came to be" by Michael Hayden, covering details on Intersystems Presentations and meetings with Andy Warhol, Lou Reed, John Cale, Timothy Leary, Richard Alpert, Ralph Metzner, John Cage, Robert Rauschenberg, and Allen Ginsberg; "Intersystems" by John Mills-Cockell, introducing his sonic adventures from the early encounters with Ann Southam and Udo Kasemets to the accomplishment of the Intersystems multimedia works; "Selected Poems" by Intersystems founding member Blake Parker; "Notes" by Michael Hayden; "Network" by Bart Schoales and John Mills-Cockell, on the early mixed-media Presentation of the same title and meeting with Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman, founders of the Yippie movement; "Intersystems" by Nick Storring, including a short introduction to Blake Parker as well as analysis of Intersystems' sonic productions in relation to their historical context; "Radically Rethinking Art" by Dennis Reid, analyzing the chronology of Intersystems Presentations in relation to contemporary art; "Intersystems and Allied" by Jack Boswell (founder of Allied Records); "Intersystems and Moog" by William Blakeney; "Recalling Intersystems" by Tom Recchion; "The 60s: something happened but what?" by Ed Fitzgerald; "Memoir" by Russ Little, on John Mills-Cockell; and "Notes on the mastering of Intersystems recordings" by William Blakene

LP1: Number One Intersystems: Side A:
01. SideF: Orange Juice/Blackout Mix 19:31 
LP1: Number One Intersystems: Side B:
02. Side69: Lately/Vox 3/13/67 18:09 

LP2: Peachy: Side A:
01. Experienced, Not Watched 02:34 
02. Carelessly Dressed in Black 04:32 
03. A Cave in the Country 01:50 
04. A Shower for Someone Else 02:27 
05. There Can Only Be Noise Between Us 02:18 
06. Let's Go Get Them Guns 03:05 
LP2: Peachy: Side B:
07. So They Took Them Guns 03:44 
08. Friends Laughed at Him 01:14 
09. There are No Human Voices 02:08 
10. Morelli at the Moment of Electrocution 02:10 
11. Fancy Took Them 03:36 
12. From the Game to Pluck 04:00 

LP3: Free Psychedelic Poster Inside: Side A:
01. Mirror Maze 06:25 
02. Red Strobe, Green Strobe 05:09 
03. Blue Strobe 02:14 
04. White Strobe 02:20 
05. Changing Colours 03:54 
06. Floating Room 07:29 
LP3: Free Psychedelic Poster Inside: Side B:
07. Pastoral 08:23 
08. Fog Room 04:28 
09. Kaleidoscope 06:37 
10. Confetti Room 02:51

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