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Classic track from their second LP "Led Zeppelin II", released
in 1969. From the 1994 Atlantic remaster.

Indie rock band founded in 1993 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Track released in 1995 as a single, and appeared on the 1995
"Kids" OST-CD.

60s garage band, formed in Twin Cities, Minnesota. Dance
performance by The Honey Bees (Mary Ann, Ginger and Lovey)
of Gilligan's Island. From their 1965 single on Soma.

Consecutive tracks from their self-titled third LP, recorded
January to March 1969 at De Lane Lea Studios, London.
From the 2000 EMI remaster.

B-side fron his 1967 single "Devil's Grip".

Classic track from their second studio album "Stand Up",
released in 1969.

From their self-titled debut album, released on January 4, 1967.

Formed in Montreal, Quebec in 1968. From their 1969 LP
"In the Beginning ...".

Formed in Ealing, London as the instrumental group The
Renegades, before becoming The Eyes in 1964. A Mod
scene group who emerged in the wake of The Who and
The Small Faces. From their 1965 Mercury single.

From their 1967 debut LP "Are You Experienced".

From their March 17, 1969 performance on Danish TV channel
Danmark Radio. Track from their 1969 self-titled debut LP.

A concise, factual summary of the nefarious history
of one social media giant.

Published on Jun 8, 2019
The Truth Factory:

From their 1967 LP "Another Day, Another Lifetime"
remixed, remastered, and reissued by Jamie / Guyden
in 2001.

From their 1967 album "Electric Music for the Mind and Body".

From their 100 copy private pressing "Setting Forth", recorded in 1971.

Sorry, but this deserves a mirror.
Referenced in Q drop 2793.


Classic track from their 1971 LP "Who's Next".

Band formed in late 1969 upon the disbandment of Blind Faith.
From their self-titled debut LP, recorded at the Royal Albert Hall,
and released in May, 1970.

Recorded at The Fillmore in San Francisco, California on May
11, 1968. From the Sundazed LP "Live - May 11, 1968" released
in 1991.

Written by Dino Valenti of QMS, this track appeared on their
1967 self-titled LP, and was re-released as a single in 1969.
It's hard to recognize the modern left when contrasted with
what it once was.

Formed in 1965 in The Hague, Netherlands. From their 1966
debut LP "Revolution" on Decca.

God bless Brian Kolfage.

"We BUILT the wall just like we said we were doing and we're
not done yet! More mileage to go, but we've got this with YOUR

Published on May 27, 2019

We Build the Wall:

From their second studio album "Disraeli Gears", released in
November, 1967. Track from the 1992 MFSL remaster.

Up the dosage of aluminum bat to the forehead.
Long live the #fashtag.

Published by ME ME MEME on May 30, 2019.


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