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  1. Tojami

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    Mar 06,  · By the time Bolan’s Zip Gun landed in UK record shops in February , many of its tracks were already familiar to hardcore Bolanites, as seven of its 11 tracks had already appeared six months earlier stateside on Marc’s US-only album Light of Love, with import sales of Light of Love allegedly contributing to Bolan’s Zip Gun’s non-appearance in the UK album charts.
  2. Arashimuro

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  3. Fekree

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    Having reinvented himself as a bionic soulboy across the course of 's Zinc Alloy, Bolan's Zip Gun was less a reiteration of Marc Bolan's new direction than a confirmation of it. Much of the album returns to the understated romp he had always excelled at -- the delightful knockabout "Precious Star," the unrepentant boogie of "Till Dawn" and the pounding title track all echo with the Brand: Demon Records Uk.
  4. Kigabei

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    " Zip Gun Boogie " is a single, originally credited in the UK as a solo single by Marc Bolan of the British glam rock band T. Rex. In other territories, the single was credited to "T. Rex" or "Marc Bolan and T. Rex"; almost all reissues of the track credit it solely to T. Rex.
  5. Sagal

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    Mar 15,  · Zip Gun Boogie; Artist T. Rex; Album Greatest; Writers Marc Bolan; Licensed to YouTube by UMG, Believe Music (on behalf of Demon); LatinAutor, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, BMI.
  6. Akinokus

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    Bolan's Zip Gun feels *very* different in comparison. I can't quite tell what kind of sound vigorvoshakarkajill.xyzinfo is going for here. Many of these songs feel like throwbacks to the early 60's period of rock but morphed to fit into vigorvoshakarkajill.xyzinfo's glam rock style. One thing I know for a fact is that "Light of Love" is clearly my favorite song. I love this song quite a bit/5(35).
  7. Vular

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    Mar 31,  · Throughout the year, T. Rex's popularity rapidly declined -- by the time "Zip Gun Boogie" was released in November, it could only reach number Finn and Green left the group at the end of the year, while keyboardist Dino Dines joined. The decline of T. Rex's popularity was confirmed when 's Bolan's Zip Gun failed to chart.
  8. Musida

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    Zip Gun Boogie: Extended Play Do You Wanna Dance? Written-By – Bobby Freeman: Dock Of The Bay Written-By – Otis Redding, Steve Cropper: Companies, etc. Licensed From RAP CD T. Rex: Bolan's Zip Gun.

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