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Argent: First Get Yourself On The Telly!

Interview by Steve Turner, Cream, June 1972

WHATEVER GETS SAID about hit singles and Top Of The Pops, there's no denying that they still form the most powerful tonic that a British ...

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Argent: Edinburgh

Live Review by Ed Jones, Cracker, 26 September 1973

AFTER MORE THAN AN HOUR'S TEDIOUS WAIT while the roadies languidly set up their gear, Argent began with 'It's Only Money': strong vocals, synthesiser from ...

Plague of the Zombies

Interview by Rosalind Russell, Andrew Tyler, Disc, 14 October 1972

Were the Zombies one of the great neglected bands of the '60s? They had their hits, broke up and then created the sort of interest ...

Argent, Nazareth: Sundown, Mile End, London

Live Review by Andrew Tyler, Disc, 11 November 1972

SUPPOSE A Rock-n-Roll band gave a concert and no one came – a thought that might have flashed through Rod Argent's mind as he scanned ...

Argent Delivery

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 30 November 1974

ROD ARGENT is a nice chap. Not one of your violent illiterates of rock prone to throwing pints of Guinness over the heads of passers-by, ...

Argent: All Together Now

Review by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, July 1972

ARGENT (THE BAND) is an emphatically annoying enigma. ...

Jeff Beck/Blue Oyster Cult/Flash/Argent: Gaelic Park, New York NY

Live Review by Jon Tiven, Phonograph Record, October 1972

BLUE OYSTER CULT had a real bad time at the big park and oh boy did they know of the guys backstage connected wit ...

Argent Again

Interview by Harold Bronson, Phonograph Record, August 1971

WITH THE SUCCESS of the Beatles came countless other English rock groups, among them the Zombies. This combo employed a very satisfying Beatle-ish approach that ...

Zombie Heaven: Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone

Profile and Interview by Erik Himmelsbach, LA CityBeat, 27 August 2003

MOJO MAGAZINE recently anointed the Zombies the fourth unluckiest band in pop history, largely because it scored its biggest hit, ‘Time of the Season’, more ...

The Zombies

Retrospective by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, June 1973

AS ONE of Britain's most undervalued and undeservedly unsuccessful groups, the Zombies have a lot of historical recompense coming. Furthermore, with two offshoots (Argent and ...

Argent: All Together Now

Review by Jon Tiven, Rolling Stone, 20 July 1972

THE ZOMBIES/ARGENT relationship is very close, much like that of the Small Faces/Humble Pie or the Yardbirds/Led Zeppelin. In each case a group splits due ...

Argent: In Deep (Epic)

Review by John Tobler, Let It Rock, June 1973

WHEN I INTERVIEWED Colin Blunstone for Let It Rock one of the points that he made several times was that Argent were just about the ...

see also Unit 4+2

see also Zombies, The

see also Roulettes, The


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