First and last release of this acid-punk outfit from North Hollywood. It was released by the greek label Hitch-Hyke Records in LP (LIFT-003). Who knows what's the story behind this release... Hidden Peace had previously appeared in the Battle of the Garages vol.III compilation of Bomb/Voxx records.
Line-up Paul S.Halbe - gtr, vcls John Gleeson -drms Ricky Hart - rhythm gtr Dez Hernan -bs Deanne - tambourine
Don't know anything else about them, didn't find any trace of Paul Halbe who apparently was the leader and wrote all the songs. As the for the music, if you listen to it along with 60s garage/psyche groups, you wouldn't tell the difference. Fuzzed guitars, Seeds, Standels, Fuzztones influences, and good songwriting and playing make this record worth a listen!
SIDE A Summer Of Love Stop It Peacemaker I Still Send Her Flowers Acid Rain In The Beginning
SIDE B You Better Run You Better Hide When The Day Is Coming Tomorrow's Gone Away Hioy Hi Hioy Ho I Don't Know Anymore The Final Detail
Edit: Hidden Peace existed for several years before the release of this LP. They were essentially P.Halbe's band, originally from Sacramento and relocated to Los Angeles in 1985.