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Pentagram - Hurricane FLAC download

  • Performer: Pentagram
  • Title: Hurricane
  • Size FLAC ver: 1244 mb
  • Released: 1973
  • Style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
  • Other formats: AIFF VOX FLAC VQF DMF AC3 AU
  • Genre: Rock
  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
Pentagram - Hurricane FLAC download
Pentagram - Hurricane FLAC download


A Hurricane 1:59
B Earth Flight 3:10


  • Engineer – B. MacElroy*
  • Producer – Skip Groff
  • Written-By – B. Liebling*, G. Mayne* (tracks: 2)


200 copies were pressed.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: RI-3859-A
  • Matrix / Runout: RI-3859-B

Comments (7)

Somebody should make s movie about Skip Groff,the guy was in everything DC!
From Skip Groff....I never kept one for myself, was given a copy many years later by writer Richard Harrington, when he heard I did not have one. Still looking for Under My Thumb!
Here's a little information I got straight from Skip Groff, who was involved in managing the band at the time of these releases, recorded them, and had the first two PENTAGRAM singles pressed."There were only 100 test pressings made of the "Under My Thumb" single, then I had rubber stamps made to print the info on the label. My x-wife was a GEMINI, that's whay that designation is on the label.As far as the earlier 45, EARTH FLIGHT/HURRICANE on Boffo Socko...there were 200 pressed of those, I used 100 for the band and to send to stations & record companies, and gave the other 100, foolishly, to a company in Baltimore to distribute for sale to DC/Baltimore stores. I never saw a penny for those; or ever saw the records again!!I know we did acetates for "UNDER MY THUMB" and "EARTH FLIGHT", I don't believe we did one for the original 5 song BIAS STUDIOS session (note: all of those songs are on the "First Daze Here Too"), but's possible I did and sent them out to record companies."I had asked Skip for this information in 2006 for a Pentagram fan/discography site I'd set up which isn't up any more, so I thought maybe this information would be helpful to have on here.
Well guess we were neighbors and fellow vinyl fanatics growing up! I used to go to Penguin Feather in Vienna ALL the time! I remember buying my copy of KISS "The Elder" there from the used bin! There were so many great record stores back then in the area: Record Convergence (the orig Falls Church 'upstairs' location), Vinyl Ink, Y&T, Joe's, and then there were the record conventions at Westpark in Tyson's! I know what you mean though, there were so many 'bargains' I passed up over the years too. I think my biggest 'vinyl regret' was passing up a copy of AC/DC "If You Want Blood" on splatter vinyl at Y&T for like $12, that record is always over a grand now whenever I see it come up for sale! There just wasn't enough money to buy it all back then!
I was in the area in high school, and in central VA in college, so I used to hit Y&T all the time starting in mid/late 1978. I think I paid a whopping $5 each for the Pentagram and Macbre (sic) singles, except "Earth Flight" I seem to remember being $12. I remember I'd never seen it before, and I used to check the DC Metal section every time I went there. Yesterday & Today and Joe's Record Paradise Too were both pretty amazing stores. I'm still kicking myself over some stuff I passed up back then, like the first pressing of The Teen Idles 7" for $4 -- twice as much as what I'd paid for the second press at Penguin Feather in Vienna.
Haha! Oh yeah, I know he had a few kicking around! I don't think he meant that he never saw one again, I think he was just talking about those 100 copies that he sent to the 'distributor' or whatever. The ones he had for sale in the store down the line were probably from the 100 that he kept for "promo" use like he mentions. You could buy any of those singles (all three Pentagram and the Macabre) from him for under $10 each well into the 90's! I grew up in that area and used to go to that store every week, wish I'd bought one every time I went! Who would have known anyone would ever care!?
I bought my used copy of "Earth Flight" from Skip's store in the late '80s, so he saw at least one copy again. :)

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