This is the final album from the band founded by George Yanagi, formed after the disbanding of Strawberry Path after only one astonishing album. Good Bye, originally released in 1972, brings together a live first side bursting with highly energetic, guitar-based loud rock. The studio side is a more sophisticated and progressive affair, with the complex and instrumentally-inspired "521 Seconds Schizophrenic Symphony" being of a particularly high standard. An album sure to appeal fans of '70s hard rock with marked progressive tendencies. Features killer Hammond organ work and drums from Hiro Tsunoda (Foodbrain, Yasumi No Kuni). Digitally-remastered. Housed in an LP-replica card wallet.