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Christened after the buzzing guitar sounds emblazoned on each cut, the Litter's Distortions album from 1967 is as much a cornerstone of any '60s punk collection as Here Are the Sonics!!! or Black Monk Time. Kicking off with the smack-you-in-the-face fuzz of the all-time classic "Action Woman," the non-stop raving album cuts up British Invasion covers like fellow Minnesotan Paul Bunyan hacking trees and scorches them in a bonfire that climaxes with a fierce rendering of "I'm A Man." Your collection already has a space reserved for this remastered reissue of Distortions graced by a version of "Hey Joe" from the same sessions and six bonus cuts recorded live at the Electric Theater in 1968.