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New York-based Disciple were formed in 1970 when singer Sandy Crespo joined a band called the Outer Limits, which included Jon Oliver on guitar, Dennis Lattman on organ and keyboards, Al Christopher on drums, and Chris Sheppard on bass. Blessed with five vocalists and a capable frontwoman in Crespo, Disciple crafted a bright, summery mix of harmonies and occasional garage band crunch into a sunshine pop sound that had a little bite around the edges, drawing comparisons at the time to the West Coast's Jefferson Airplane. The quintet tracked its sole LP, Come and See Us as We Are, at two sessions in July of 1970, but unfortunately the album, which was released that same year, sank without causing much of a commercial ripple. In time it became a highly sought-after item among record collectors, and is regarded by some as a neglected lost treasure of psychedelic pop, a claim that is only partially supported by the actual album. Fallout Records reissued Come and See Us as We Are on CD, complete with four bonus tracks, in 2007.