What a great title for an lp yes.
Like many garage bands of the '60s, the Gonn achieved (slight) international fame beyond anything they attained in their lifetime when their single "Blackout of Gretely" was rediscovered by collectors and reissued in the '80s. From Keokuk, IA, the Gonn released only a couple singles on tiny local labels in 1966 and 1967. Probably the toughest garage band in Iowa (not that there was an enormous amount of competition), the Gonn took their inspiration from the raunchiest aspects of the early Rolling Stones, adding the raw, throat-shredding screams that American groups of the kind were wont to use during this period.
Yep, the loudest band in town-and we ain't kidding! Iowa's GONN spearheaded mid-America's charge into a mindbending fuzzfest with their snarling classic, "Blackout Of Gretely." Now on lethal BeatRocket High-Definition Vinyl, that cut is joined by 13 of GONN's extra crunchy piledrivers circa '66-'67-with astounding fidelity from the original analog master tapes, plus rare photos, memorabilia and detailed band history. Drop the needle if you dare! (sundazed)
More info here.
track 12 (was missing) here.