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The Troggs - Cellophane / Mixed Bag (1997)

8-05-2016, 07:56
Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Cellophane/Mixed Bag
Year Of Release: 1997
Label: BGO Records
Genre: Rock, Garage Rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,scans)/320
Total Time: 01:04:37
Total Size: 538/148 MB


Cellophane (1967):
01. Little Red Donkey (Ronnie Bond, Chris Britton, Reg Presley, Peter Staples) 02:16.
02. Too Much Of A Good Thing (Terry Fogg, John St.John Gillard) 02:49
03. Butterflies And Bees (Chris Britton) 01:57
04. All Of The Time (Reg Presley) 02:11
05. Seventeen (Reg Presley) 02:41
06. Somewhere My Girl Is Waiting (Artie Wayne) 02:52
07. It's Showing (Reg Presley) 02:57
08. Her Emotion (Reg Presley) 02:31
09. When Will The Rain come (Ronnie Bond) 02:43
10. My Lady (Reg Presley) 03:00
11. Come The Day (Ronnie Bond) 01:56
12. Love Is All Around (Reg Presley) 03:01

Mixed Bag (1968):
13. Surprise Surprise (Reg Presley) 02:49
14. You Can Cry If You Want To (Reg Presley) 02:53
15. Say Darlin' (Chris Britton) 02:46
16. Marbles And Some Gum (Peter Staples) 02:05
17. Purple Shades (Reg Presley) 02:25
18. Heads Or Tails (Chris Britton) 03:44
19. Hip Hip Hooray (John Carter, Geoff Stephens) 02:19
20. Little Girl (Reg Presley) 02:58
21. Maybe The Madman (Chris Britton) 02:14
22. Off The Record (Peter Staples) 03:44
23. We Waited For Someone (Reg Presley) 02:52
24. There's Something About You (Ronnie Bond) 02:43

Current members:
Chris Britton (born Charles Christopher Britton, 21 January 1944, Watford, Hertfordshire) – lead guitar
Dave Maggs (born Reginald David Maggs, 22 September 1950) - drums
Pete Lucas (born Peter Lucas, 1950) – bass guitar
Chris Allen (Born Christopher Richard Allen, 3 October 1952, Rossendale, Lancs.) - lead vocals
Former members:
Reg Presley (born Reginald Maurice Ball, 12 June 1941 - died 4 February 2013, Andover, Hampshire) – lead vocals
Richard Moore (born Richard Moore, 3 June 1949, Canada) – lead guitar, vocals
Dave Wright (born David Frederick Wright, 21 January 1944, Winchester, Hampshire - died 10 October 2008 at Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester) – rhythm guitar, vocals
Pete Staples (born Peter Lawrence Staples, 3 May 1944 at Andover War Memorial Hospital, Andover, Hampshire) – bass guitar
Ronnie Bond (born Ronald James Bullis, 4 May 1940, Dene Road, Andover, Hampshire - died 13 November 1992, Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester) – drums
Tony Murray (born Anthony Murray, 26 April 1943, Dublin, Ireland) – bass guitar
Colin Fletcher - guitar

The Troggs' third British LP was never issued in the U.S., where most of the tracks were unavailable for more than 20 years. For that reason, it was one of the more sought-after collector's items of the late 1960s, but the record itself isn't that great. The group followed a more subdued, soft-rock folk-psychedelic path than they had on their earlier recordings, which wasn't necessarily a bad idea, as the hit single "Love Is All Around" (included here) proved. But the songs just weren't that good, and the band sounded kind of half-hearted. Eight of the twelve tracks do show up on the Archeology collection, and the remaining four are dull, meaning that there's no reason to fork out the big bucks an original copy commands unless you need everything the Troggs made.

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