Houston psych-punks A440 formed in 1966 but didn’t release their 1st album until 12 years later on. Roster information for the band’s first incarnation is thin — the turn part of their 1967 Soma label debut solitary “It’s Just YOUR BRAIN,” the excellent “Torture” (later on featured around the Acidity Visions compilation series) is usually credited to Rock and roll Romano, an alumni of fellow Houston rings the Fun and Video games and Sixpence, but his precise participation in A440 continues to be unclear. The group released two even more singles — “ONCE I Obtain Out” and “Guidelines! Please USUALLY DO NOT Open Before Xmas” — around the Movie theater label before their documenting career floor to a halt. But A440 continued to be a constant from the Houston live picture for ten years until they authorized to 20th Hundred years Fox release a their debut LP Ulysses, the Greek Collection. Written and organized by keyboardist Michael Rapp — performers Ted Neeley and Yvonne Iverson, guitarist Carlos Luevano, bassist Craig Meacham, and drummer Ian Hoffman curved out this iteration — the double-album established was a unusual, rather anachronistic idea record motivated by ancient greek language misconception that, released on the peak from the disco period, made zero commercial influence. After resurfacing on Illusion in 1983 with Cybotron, A440 once again vanished from view, presumably once and for all.