Eight Miles High was the first album released under the name Golden Earring,
as the band was formerly known as the Golden Earrings. They recorded
the album in the style of the late '60s psychedelic rock in only 5 days
at the Olympic Studio in London. The effects of the psych-rock come
alive on their fantastic 19 minutes version of The Byrds classics "Eight
Miles High". It's the longest track they ever recorded. The other songs
follow the mood of the dark and atmospheric music that was hugely
popular during the time of release.
Eight Miles High is available as a 50th-anniversary edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on gold vinyl.
- 180-gram audiophile vinyl
- Including the full 19 minutes version of "Eight Miles High" (The Byrds)
- 50th-anniversary edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on gold vinyl
2. Song Of A Devil's Servant
3. One Huge Road
4. Everyday's Torture
1. Eight Miles High