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- CD edition of 500 copies
- LP RED edition of 150 copies
- LP BLACK edition of 350 copies
New release announcement
Green Cookie Records and Satan’s Pilgrims are happy to announce the reissue of “At Home With Satan’s Pilgrims”, the very first full length Pilgrims album originally released in 1994 on eMpTy Records. This album has been long out of print and will now be available again on LP and CD, remastered and with a short run of red colored vinyl copies available!
Even on their first album, the Pilgrims came out of the gate with some of their best loved original songs, such as “Surf Lyre”, “¿Que Honda?”, and “Petty 43”.
The cover songs they chose show their allegiances. Rather than going for the Dick Dale style that was about to reintroduce the world to surf music via “Pulp Fiction” (which was released into theaters not long after the release of “At Home With Satan’s Pilgrims”), the Pilgrims chose a more band oriented style as they covered The Bel-Airs, Eddie & The Showmen, The Rondels/The Challengers, and having three guitars, The Astronauts…natch!
Now here we are in 2018, looking back on the 1990s surf the same way Satan’s Pilgrims and the other 90s bands were looking back to the original 1960s surf for inspiration. Whether you were there in the 60s, 90s, or are just discovering surf, we hope you will enjoy this piece of surf music history.
Produced by Satan’s Pilgrims.
Recorded at Alan Sound, Portland, Oregon, USA by Gary Schroeder.
Dave Pilgrim plays the vox jaguar organ on “Peter Lorre”.
Backing Vocals on “Que Honda” by The Brothers E & The Bourbonaires.
Gobbling on “Turkey Trot” by The Sour Mash Boys.
Percussion on “John’s Moods” by The Portland Men’s Drum & Poetry Circle.
Design by Clog.
All photographs by Lars Topelmann.
Grim-Lib by A. Faust.
Thank you to Lynsey, Matt Burns, and Kaie Wellman.
Remastering by Gus Elg at Sky Onion.
Recreation of cover art by Aaron Mahony.