Many have called this the first psychedelic Mexican record to feature English lyrics. You won't find much evidence to the contrary. The group led by Armando Nava recorded this album after working extensively as a club band throughout Tijuana and Mexico City in the late '60s. An ardent fan helped the group get to New York to perform a few gigs and record, but Los Dug Dug's returned to Mexico when the cash ran out. It was at this point that they holed up in the studio to create this album (known in some places as Lost in My World). They indulge in pastoral, early progressive rock on "Who Would Look at Me?," but with a keen melodic sense that spotlights the songwriting in lieu of showmanship. Swinging, fuzz-laden pop tunes like "Eclipse" seem out of touch with the 1971 recording date, while other tunes, like "Lost in My World" and "Let's Make It Now," feature crazed vocals, fiery guitar work, and drum assaults that give you a slight peek into what was obviously a formidable live act. Overall, this is an explosive debut that straddles the line between muscle-bound garage rock and quieter, Beatles-inspired psych-pop.