Cleveland acid rock quintet Damnation, led by the enigmatic frontman Adam Blessing, debuted with their self-titled album in 1969, which contained the minor hit Cookbook. The album also resulted in a tour supporting the Faces, but Damnation¢s brand of melodic but face-melting acid rock was too lysergic for nationwide success. They went on to do another album, Second Damnation, which spawned another regional hit, Back to the River, but success still evaded the band.
The Damnation reissues have been approved by the band¢s original bass player Ray Benich, and they come with liner notes and all original artwork.
Limited to 200 copies on coloured vinyl. Reissue of 'The Second Damnation', the sophomore full length, originally from 1970, by Cleveland psychedelic/hard rock combo The Damnation Of Adam Blessing. Mind-melting acid rock at its finest! This reissue preserves the original gatefold artwork and adds new liner notes.