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Editors’ Notes

Marc Bolan was a superstar in England, beloved by rockers and little kids alike. In America, T. Rex—basically a vehicle for Bolan's songs and glam-icon persona—was the harbinger of one much adored classic rocker, "Bang a Gong (Get It On)." It was spun off Electric Warrior, one of the most distinctive albums of pre-punk British rock ever. Bolan came on like a sexy sprite, crooning beneath a bebop moon and throwing his hands in the air in exasperation to announce that "Life's a Gas." The record's ad hoc feeling, mix of electric and acoustic guitars, and Bolan's irresistible vocals (he's like some glitter beatnik babbling his way through "Rip Off") make it a statement both of its time and way beyond it. This special edition adds six bonus tracks to the original, including the immaculate "Raw Ramp," plus an entertaining contemporary interview with Bolan.

Customer Reviews


Most FWD thinking Band of it's time so Far ahead of anybody and still sonounds as good today as yesterday so fresh music!@!!

Play it to death

Couldn’t get enough of this when it came out - I was 16. I would have given a six star rating then. Still really good but doesn’t blow my mind any more. By the way iTunes, “Rip Off” quits early - like after a minute. What up?


Formed: 1967

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Initially a British folk-rock combo called Tyrannosaurus Rex, T. Rex was the primary force in glam rock, thanks to the creative direction of guitarist/vocalist Marc Bolan (born Marc Feld). Bolan created a deliberately trashy form of rock & roll that was proud of its own disposability. T. Rex's music borrowed the underlying sexuality of early rock & roll, adding dirty, simple grooves and fat distorted guitars, as well as an overarching folky/hippie spirituality that always came through the clearest...
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