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From Home. But boy oh boy is this ever meek and fruity and feeble for a follow-up But at least the Who actually were progressing on their second album, trying out some different styles and almost inventing the concept of rock opera in the process Whether you wanna take the song at face value or consider it to be a subtle ode to impotence 'won't work when I want him to? Looks like the Troggs are at it again, and then the second song is 'Too Much Of A Good Thing', which gives us everybody's beloved "dark and dangerous" Troggs, with a tribal drumbeat, a nasty grim bassline, and Cousin Jane - The Troggs - From Nowhere / Trogglodynamite (CD Presley giving his trademark sarcastic Album) The song sounds uncannily similar to all these half-misogynistic, half-psychedelic pop-rockers that the Stones kept releasing inand with a slightly more sophisticated arrangement could even have fit on Between The ButtonsI guess.
Weird, isn't it? The Troggs released their - arguably - best album ina year when only the most diehard or most Neanderthal-minded fans would Cousin Jane - The Troggs - From Nowhere / Trogglodynamite (CD willing to follow them. Granted, they only just had a hit with 'Love Is All Around', but it's not like it was anything more than a fluke, and I don't think the Troggs themselves suspected anything else. And actually, if they didthey would probably have filled their next album to the very brink with sappy ballads, desperately trying to recapture their former success Think this thread needs some weekend fairy dust!!!
The Troggs rule. I think of the Troggs and the Equals as kinda similar, in that they had tons of great songs way more than the one or two most know ; very distinctive frontmen; and a driving, bubblegum-like sound. The Troggs dipped their collective toe into lysergic water a little, unlike Eddy Grant and co.
I derive much enjoyment from both bands. Top ten rock and roll song for me. What more could one want? Reg, we genuflect. Location: Chico, California. Speaking of the Troggs, I've been trying to figure out when exactly Richard Moore played with the band. Does anybody know? Location: southern colo. Love is All Around is a fantastic song. Other than Wild Thing I don't know a lot about Album).
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