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8 thoughts on “ Walk Dont Run - Pink Fairies* - What A Bunch Of Sweeties (CD, Album) ”

  1. Moogushura says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of What A Bunch Of Sweeties on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock/5(81).
  2. Tauzuru says:
    Tracks 1 - 9: ℗ Polydor Ltd. (UK) Originally released as Polydor Tracks 10 - ℗ Polydor Ltd. (UK) Previously unreleased/5(44).
  3. Mazuktilar says:
    Jun 23,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Paper Sleeve CD release of What A Bunch Of Sweeties on Discogs/5(4).
  4. Dotaur says:
    Sep 11,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Pink Fairies* - What A Bunch Of Sweeties at Discogs. Complete your Pink Fairies* collection/5().
  5. Moogulabar says:
    The best-loved of the original Pink Fairies' three Polydor albums is also, contrarily, the lesser of them all. Recorded in at a time when the band's own reputation as hippie hell-raisers was already being eclipsed by the soaring Hawkwind, What a Bunch of Sweeties found the band realigning themselves with the twisted Americana rock sensibilities of the latter-day MC5, high on noise but 5/
  6. Tauzilkree says:
    The best-loved of the original Pink Fairies' three Polydor albums is also, contrarily, the lesser of them all. Recorded in at a time when the band's own reputation as hippie hell-raisers was already being eclipsed by the soaring Hawkwind, What a Bunch of Sweeties found the band realigning themselves with the twisted Americana rock sensibilities of the latter-day MC5, high on noise but Author: Pink Fairies.
  7. Tauzahn says:
    Released in this album was well received in the UK. I own no rights at all to this recording, only as an education to a generation who may not know how.
  8. Tuzshura says:
    Pink Fairies' 'What a Bunch of Sweeties' album was really meant for three hungry rock musicians to showcase their talents. They might not be able to put together/write great songs, but they can sure as hell PLAY their instruments. Case in point with the track 'Portobello Shuffle'. It probably has the best hard rock guitar solo I've ever heard/5(16).

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