Too Much Of A Good Thing - The Troggs - Cellophane (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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8 thoughts on “ Too Much Of A Good Thing - The Troggs - Cellophane (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Mele Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Cellophane on Discogs. Label: Page One - POL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: UK • /5(9).
  2. Kagall Reply
    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 s, 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 6/
  3. Murg Reply
    The Troggs (originally called the Troglodytes) are an English garage rock band formed in Andover, Hampshire in May They had a number of hits in the United Kingdom and the United States. Their most famous songs include the US chart-topper "Wild Thing", "With a Girl Like You" and "Love Is All Around", all of which sold over 1 million copies and were awarded gold discs. "Genres: Garage rock, pop rock, proto-punk.
  4. Samuzahn Reply
    The Troggs - Cellophane (Reissue, Remastered) (/) Too Much Of A Good Thing - 3. Butterflies And Bees - 4. All Of The Time - 5. Seventeen - 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.
  5. Nikoran Reply
    the troggs - cellophane - vinyl lp. side 1: little red donkey. too much of a good thing. butterflies & bees. all of the time. seventeen. somewhere my girl is waiting. side 2: its showing. her emotion. when will the rain come. my lady. come the day. love is alll around. page one. pol vg - vinyl has surface marks which do not affect.
  6. Kazinos Reply
    "Wild Thing" is a song written by American songwriter Chip Taylor and popularized by the English rock band the Troggs. It was originally recorded and released by the American rock band the Wild Ones in , but it did not chart. The Troggs' single reached number one on the Billboard Hot and number two on the UK Singles Chart in Their version of "Wild Thing" was ranked at number
  7. Mazut Reply
    22 Too Much Of A Good Thing (Gillard/Fogg) Page One Lp 'Cellophane" #Pols / November 23 Seventeen (Reg Presley) Page One Lp "Cellophane" #Pols / November 24 Her Emotion (Reg Presley) Page One Lp "Cellophane" #Pols / November which had covered "Love Is All Around," backed the Troggs on the comeback album Athens.
  8. Vokasa Reply
    This much derided album is very enjoyable. While I wouldn't say it's a 'masterpiece' the Troggs embraced the psychedelic era without losing their true identity; they were still lovable fools who didn't take the music biz too seriously, and for that reason 'Cellophane' is /5(5).

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