Mount Rushmore - High on Mount Rushmore (1968 us. hard rock blues)
Great early hard rock with roots (and parts of the stem) in psychedelia. The sparseness of the sound coupled with brilliantly performed vocals makes for perhaps the finest american hard rock album of the late sixties. It contains great rock tracks such as "I Don't Believe In Statues", and more experimental pieces like "Looking Back", with its' shifting meters and proto kraut parts. A "lost" classic.
Mount Rushmore - Mount Rushmore '69 (1969)
Grungier, thicker and better than the debut album, Mount Rushmore sound a bit more serious and stoned here. Again, it's hardly classic stuff, and the production is pretty clunky, but I can't slam it too hard.