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Saturday, April 12, 2008

Electric Prunes - Underground


Here's another Electric Prunes album as requested. Underground, the band's second album is something truly unique. The guys did their homework, wrote some classic songs and produced ,what would be, one of the greatest albums of the sixties. There is no one bad track on this underrated masterpiece. The production is fantastic.. great fuzzy guitars, strange organs, beautiful vocals harmonies and some surprising string arrangments. The lyrics are mystical, sometimes childish ("Antique doll", "Wind up toys", "Children of rain"), Freaky( "Dr. Do- Good"), or sentimental ("Big city"). The melodies are great. "The Great Banana Hoax" is simple but arranged as a one long trip. Others has some crazy chords changes (listen to "wind up toys"). Underground is one of the best offerings of the late sixties. This great album still stands the test of time.

Year of Release: 1967
Label: Reprise Records
Genre: Psychedelic
Bitrate: 320kbps

Track List:
1. The Great Banana Hoax
2. Children Of Rain
3. Wind-Up Toys
4. Antique Doll
5. It's Not Fair
6. I Happen To Love You
7. Dr. Do-Good
8. I
9. Hideaway
10. Big City
11. Capt. Glory
12. Long Day's Flight
13. Everybody Knows You're Not In Love
14. You Never Had It Better

Download: Electric Prunes - Underground
File Size: 99.3MB

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Super, marvy, great, loved it. Got me through a lousy day at work. Thanks for making it available!

Anonymous said...

Hi, now I am looking for the lyrics too of this gem: can you post something, if you get that stuff? Many thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hey do you Have the album love grows? If youve got it post it

Anonymous said...

EP_U.rar' resolves to a file that is not world-readable. ;(

pez sabio said...

60s monster garage psych.

ufo said...

a great LP! tanx for your efforts!

Anonymous said...

thanks for posting this album, which i only hasve part of on my "long days flight" compilation

ZAPPAHEAD said...

Excellent album when it came out....havent heard it in years so hopefully ill enjoy as much now....as I did then....thank you ...your blog is excellent.