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? and the Mysterians

? and the Mysterians

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New Singles from the Rolling Stones, Otis Redding et al

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, 14 January 1967

Stones old firm back in strength ...

Blind Date: Dave Dee

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, 21 January 1967

PAUL JONES: 'I've Been A Bad Bad Boy' (HMV). Sounds a bit like Paul Jones. Great — I like this one. I like that 'bad, ...

New Stars on the Horizon

Profile by uncredited writer, Hit Parader, February 1967

KEITH KEITH WAS born in Philadelphia in the Spring of 1945. Within two years he had lost both mother and father to sickness and was brought ...

The A-Z of Punk

Overview by Giovanni Dadomo, Sounds, 17 July 1976

THE ORIGINAL idea behind this A-Z was to try and provide a guide to 'punk' as it's now generally understood, i.e. as much a question ...

That's Cool, That's Trash: A History of the First Punk Era

Retrospective by Robot A. Hull, Creem, June 1979

FOR FIFTEEN years there has been an enigmatic force burrowing underground, pulling people by their roots down toward the core of white-hot rawness. Gripped by ...

Tex-adelia: 13th Floor Elevators and others

Retrospective by Edwin Pouncey, Vox, February 1991

The stomping ground for much of the action that took place during the "Psychedelic '60s" is usually considered to be San Francisco, where bands such ...

Phone Home: ? and the Mysterians

Interview by Ben Edmonds, MOJO, February 1997

"WHOA! IT'S WILD that you called today. Little Frank, the original organist in The Mysterians, has just rejoined the band. He was down in Texas ...

? & the Mysterians: Life on Mars

Report and Interview by Bill Holdship, Detroit Metro Times, 15 July 2009

'96 TEARS' IS one of the greatest rock 'n' roll songs in the history of the genre. In fact, it may be the greatest. John Lennon reportedly ...


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