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Flash and the Pan

Flash and the Pan

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Album Review

Not exactly your mother's Easybeats, this debut from the Vanda/Young side project found some seriously deranged songwriting, with quirky but attention-grabbing music peppered with pointy, strange lyrics. A soundtrack for the dark side of the moon that's well worth searching out.

Customer Reviews

Overall

I am very disappointed that iTunes cannot offer albums how they were originally recorded and released. Adding songs that were not on the original release or in the wrong order and chopping up the songs between cuts. If I could previewed the album in its entirety I would have not spent the money.

Flash And The Pan

You are right KPSKIGOLF. Thats annoying. Im purchasing on ITunes for ease, don't add songs and play with my teenage memories.

Great album

A friend lent me this on vinyl. Having never heard of them before it was a refreshing change. Regarding the first two reviews the track listing is exactly as it appears on the vinyl. Bonus tracks. Bummer right?! Get real.

Biography

Formed: 1976 in Australia

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

The best-known alter ego of the Harry Vanda/George Young songwriting team (the creative force behind the Easybeats), Flash and the Pan began simply as a between-production project in 1976. By 1979, the project had turned out a novelty hit with the single "Hey St. Peter." A second single, "Down Among the Dead," also became a hit throughout Australia and Europe, inspiring the release of the album Flash and the Pan. American radio began playing import copies which led to a deal with Epic Records. The...
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