Album artwork for Crosscut Saw by Groundhogs

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Available for the first time on vinyl since 1976, pressed on silver wax and featuring a limited edition foil embossed sleeve with extensive liner notes. Crosscut Saw sees the reformed Groundhogs with second guitarist Dave Wellbelove, sparring with the legendary Tony McPhee. “Musically I’d gone back to the basics,” McPhee told Sounds, the addition of a doodle of synth and a second guitarist notwithstanding. As a result; “Riffs galore permeate.” (AllMusic). A suitably explosive prog-pleasing follow up to 1992’s ‘Who Will Save The World’ and ‘Hogwash’ rekindling the fire of the blues in a new, heavy progressive setting, all set for a new guitar-powered age. Previously released on black vinyl 47 years ago.

Groundhogs

Crosscut Saw

Fire Records
Album artwork for Crosscut Saw by Groundhogs
LP +

$32.99

signed

Silver

Signed Copy
Released 04/22/2023Catalog Number

FIRR512.1

Groundhogs

Crosscut Saw

Fire Records
Album artwork for Crosscut Saw by Groundhogs
LP +

$32.99

signed

Silver

Signed Copy
Released 04/22/2023Catalog Number

FIRR512.1

This product is an Unofficial Record Store Day title in the U.S. and not available to pre-order.

Available to buy in-store from 04/22/2023 (Record Store Day).
Remaining copies will be available to buy online from 8am, 04/23/2023.

Don’t forget: Click 'Notify Me' to be the first to know about its availability online.

Available for the first time on vinyl since 1976, pressed on silver wax and featuring a limited edition foil embossed sleeve with extensive liner notes. Crosscut Saw sees the reformed Groundhogs with second guitarist Dave Wellbelove, sparring with the legendary Tony McPhee. “Musically I’d gone back to the basics,” McPhee told Sounds, the addition of a doodle of synth and a second guitarist notwithstanding. As a result; “Riffs galore permeate.” (AllMusic). A suitably explosive prog-pleasing follow up to 1992’s ‘Who Will Save The World’ and ‘Hogwash’ rekindling the fire of the blues in a new, heavy progressive setting, all set for a new guitar-powered age. Previously released on black vinyl 47 years ago.