Once The Shain´s had disbanded a new project was born, St Thomas Pepper Smelter. Recorded in 1969, with practically the same band members as The Shain´s, the band explored darker and psychedelic sounds with covers from Vanilla Fudge, Cream, Hendrix and Music Machine, as well as various amazing songs of their own. This album was to be the transition towards their new projects more progressive and 70s style than before and lead to Gerardo Manuel y Humo!
SIDE A: A1 In–A–Gadda–Da–Vida – A2 Pepper’s Boogaloo (El Boogaloo De La Pimienta) – A3 Strange Brew (Extraño Brebaje) – A4 Words Of Pain (Palabras De Dolor) – A5 People (La Gente) – A6 Heart Teaser (Corazón Embromado)
SIDE B: B1 Can You See Me? (¿Puedes Verme?) – B2 Answer (La Respuesta) – B3 Betty Boom–Little Monster–Doggie And Peggie At The Witches Castle (Betty Boom, Monstrito Perrito Y Cicerón En El Castillo De Las Brujas) – B4 Hey, Joe – B5 Is My Guitar (Es Mi Guitarra) – B6 Raca–Gac