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What a Bunch of Sweeties (180 gram vinyl)

   Artist: Pink Fairies
Label: Polydor
Orig. Released: 1972
Catalog No.: LPPOLY2383132
Condition: Sealed-Reissue
Format: LP (1.3)

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Description
What a Bunch of Sweeties is a 1972 album by the UK underground group Pink Fairies. Twink had left the band before the recording of this album. Former The Move guitarist Trevor Burton occasionally joined the band for gigs and contributes to a couple of tracks, otherwise the band is the same line up stranded in San Francisco as The Deviants in '69 following the loss of vocalist Mick Farren.

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Track Titles
1. PROLOGUE (The Pink Fairies)
2. RIGHT ON FIGHT ON (The Pink Fairies)
3. PORTOBELLO SHUFFLE (The Pink Fairies)
4. MARILYN (The Pink Fairies)
5. PIGS OF URANUS (The Pink Fairies/Shelton)

1. WALK DON'T RUN (Smith)
2. I WENT UP. I WENT DOWN (The Pink Fairies)
3. X-RAY (The Pink Fairies)
4. I SAW HER STANDING THERE
(Lennon/McCartney)


 

Liner Notes
ALL TRACKS COURTESY OF GEFFEN RECORDS
Musicians
PAUL RUDOLPH --- GUITAR AND VOCALS DUNCAN SANDERSON --- BASS RUSSELL HUNTER --- DRUMS WITH TREVOR BURTON --- GUITAR ("RIGHT ON, FIGHT ON" AND "PORTOBELLO SHUFFLE")
 
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