Cromagnon was an American experimental band that was active during the late-1960s. Led by multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriters Austin Grasmere and Brian Elliot, the band released Orgasm in 1969 which was later reissued as Cave Rock. They are said to have foreshadowed the rise of noise rock, no wave, and industrial rock. While the band was not commercially notable or successful, Pitchfork Media ranked the song "Caledonia", later covered by Japanese experimental band Ghost, at number 163 on their list of "The 200 Greatest Songs of the 1960s." Their Cave Rock combined psychedelic rock and folk rock with primitive instrumentation (including sticks and stones). Orgasm has been called, "one of the most radical, futuristic and frightening albums of the era."
01 - Caledonia 02 - Ritual Feast Of The Libido 03 - Organic Sundown 04 - Fantasy 05 - Crow Of The Black Tree 06 - Genitalia 07 - Toth, Scribe I 08 - First World Of Bronze