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Zinc Alloy and the Hidden Riders of Tomorrow

Marc Bolan & T. Rex

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Customer Reviews

When rock first merged with soul

Experimental T.Rex album I first purchased in 1974. Some interesting sounds way ahead of it's time! Still love it.

not to be overlooked

this album is great ,dont dissmiss this after the work is panned by the critics. Venus Loon is one of his best along with great trax ,Teenage Dream,Liquid Gang and Superbad.long gone but never forgotten ,boogie on


Born: 30 September 1947 in Hackney, London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Marc Bolan was one of the major glam rock figures of the early '70s, especially in England. After releasing his debut solo single, "The Wizard," and its follow-ups, "The Third Degree" and "Hippy Gumbo," on Decca Records in the U.K. in 1965-1966, he joined the band John's Children in 1967. The same year, he and percussionist Steve Peregine Took formed Tyrannosaurus Rex, an acoustic duo. They made three albums, My People Were Fair and Had Sky in Their Hair but Now They're...
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