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Published 12.07.2019 by

Raceway - Pink Fairies* - Kings Of Oblivion (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Malakree said:
    Paul Rudolph left Pink Fairies (recording with Brian Eno, Robert Calvert of Hawkwind fame, and eventually replacing Lemmy after he had just been fired from Hawkwind), and the new frontman was Larry Wallis, (who later joined Lemmy for the first incarnation of Motorhead). The new Fairies line-up recorded 'Kings Of Oblivion' in /5(16).
    12.07.2019
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  2. Dir said:
    This album under review, "The Kings Of Oblivion", was the Pink Fairies third official release (after "Never Never Land" in and "What A Bunch Of Sweeties" in ). But to say the lineup had been consistent was like saying that the English cricket batting lineup was reliable.
    19.07.2019
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  3. Mular said:
    Nov 20,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Pink Fairies - A)1 2 ("Kings Of Oblivion" Album Vinyl YouTube Pink Floyd ‎– Wish You Were Here (LP Vinyl Sound) - Missing: Raceway.
    15.07.2019
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  4. Kazrataur said:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Kings Of Oblivion on Discogs. Label: Polydor - PD ,Polydor - • Format: Vinyl LP, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Space Rock/5(30).
    18.07.2019
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  5. Dusida said:
    Pink Fairies - I Wish I Was A Girl (). Part of the same UK underground scene as Hawkwind, the Pink Fairies are sometimes described as proto-punk, at least on Kings of Oblivion when guitarist Larry Wallis joined (later joining Motorhead) This hard rocking song never fails to get me going, even though it spans nearly 10 minutes and eventually detours into space rock towards the end.
    17.07.2019
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  6. Nenos said:
    In June , Polydor Records released the third album by The Pink Fairies – “Kings Of Oblivion”. I have seen it described as an album that simply fulfils the contract but it is not in my view, a poor contractual obligation record – no, “Kings Of Oblivion” is a very fine record indeed.
    14.07.2019
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  7. Kezragore said:
    Originally released in , this was the Pink Fairies' third and final studio album with Larry Wallis on guitar. The drug-fueled Pink Fairies sprung from West London's hippie scene, and included former members of the Deviants (Mick Farren), T. Rex (Steve Took) and the Pretty Things (Twink)/5(29).
    16.07.2019
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  8. Tauhn said:
    Kings of Oblivion, an Album by Pink Fairies. Released in June on Polydor (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock, Proto-Punk. Featured peformers: Russell Hunter (drums), Duncan Sanderson (vocals, aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Larry Wallis (vocals, guitar), David Hitchcock (producer), Dave Grinsted (engineering).
    16.07.2019
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  9. Mall said:
    Description " a album by the UK underground group Pink Fairies. Paul Rudolph had quit the group on the release of What a Bunch of Sweeties, his replacement being Mick Wayne. This new three piece recorded one single, "Well, Well, Well"/"Hold On", but Sanderson and Hunter were unhappy with the musical direction Wayne was taking the band.
    17.07.2019
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