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  1. Magami

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    Jun 19,  · No UK charter from the hirsute Kentish combo. Written by Bert Berns (aka Russell) - best known for co-writing the original Twist And Shout and founding th.
  2. Tygozragore

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    One of the rawest and easily the most garage and punk of the British blues bands that fed the British Invasion pop era of the mid-'60s, the Pretty Things, led by the Mick Jagger-like lead vocals of Phil May and the kinetic, stinging electric guitar lines of Dick Taylor, managed to find a gazillion different ways to work Bo Diddley rhythms into songs that tilted, jerked, and growled with.
  3. Tetaur

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    Original album released in December Tracks 13 to 18 are bonus tracks for this CD edition. Limited numbered edition of /5(9).
  4. Faushura

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    Electric Banana. Electric Banana was a pseudonymous album of the band. When the album was released, the stage name the Electric Banana was used to hide the band's identity. The band recorded this album and two subsequent ones for the De Wolfe Music Library. De Wolfe provided stock music for film soundtracks. The Electric Banana music wound up on various horror and soft-porn films of the.
  5. Kazilrajas

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    Apr 26,  · Get The Picture? Promo Video 1. Me needing you 2. Midnight to six man 3. Can't stand the pain. writer: Caterena Arvat Director: Caterena Arvat and Antony West The Pretty Things: .
  6. Tuzuru

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    The Pretty Things' second album, Get the Picture? (released December ), has not only been remastered from original session tapes so the group sounds like their amps are practically right in your lap, but it's also been expanded to 18 songs with the addition of tracks cut for singles and EP releases from the same sessions.9/
  7. Dukora

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    The Pretty Things' second album, Get the Picture? (released December ), has not only been remastered from original session tapes so the group sounds like their amps are practically right in your lap, but it's also been expanded to 18 songs with the addition of tracks cut for singles and EP releases from the same sessions.
  8. Mazuzuru

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    The Pretty Things second album sees the band transitioning from straight-ahead British blues to mids psychedelia. A great album full of crunching guitars and Phil May's gritty vocals. This package adds six bonus tracks (including LSD and Midnight to Six Man) and some vintage promo videos/5(16).
  9. Tora

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    You Don't Believe Me: 2: Buzz The Jerk: 3: Get The Picture? 4: Can't Stand The Pain: 5: Rainin' In My Heart: 6: We'll Play House: 7: You'll Never Do It Baby: 8: I Had A Dream: 9: I Want Your Love: London Town: Cry To Me: Gonna Find Me A Substitute: Get A Buzz: Sittin' All Alone: Midnight To Six Man: Me Needing You /5(16).

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