Distortions (CD, Album, RE). AMS (3), Vinyl Magic, Spider Records (8). AMS 136CD, VSM 38543. KAL 101. Blue Phantom. 1971 Raccolta Completa (CD, Album, Comp).
They released one and only album 'Distortions' in 1971 via Vedette Records, which was distributed not only in Italy but also in UK and France
Distortions (CD, Album, RE). SAF 010. Distortions (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial, Bon).
Phantom Blue is the self-titled first studio album by all-female heavy metal band Phantom Blue, released in 1989 through Shrapnel Records (United States) and Roadrunner Records (Europe and Japan). According to drummer Linda McDonald, the music video for "Why Call It Love?" was filmed within a maximum security prison in Carson City, Nevada.
Album · 1970 · 11 Songs.
A popular album among european psych and prog collectors, Distortions was in fact released in Italy in 1971, along with a single, by a group of unknown studio musicians and later released in other european countries, among which England. Both album and single appeared in Italy on Vedette subsidiary Spider label, and were composed (under his nickname Tical) and played by Armando Sciascia. An entirely instrumental album that shows some influences from late 60's psych sounds.