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Minneapolis' The Litter had a classic '60s garage rock effort with their first album, Distortions, despite it not being acknowledged as such for more than a decade after its release. The follow-up, $100 Fine, features its share of inspired moments as well. Singer Denny Waite is a solid leader, but it's the duo guitars of Zippy Caplan and Dan Rinaldi that add the vibrant colors to the music with some of the era's most underrated tones. "Mindbreaker" is an immediate compact rocker, while Jeff Beck's "Tallyman" works with a near jangle and the sound of electric guitars cruising in and out of the mix. Procol Harum's "Kaleidoscope" adds psychedelic phasing to the entire recording for a classic 1967-1968 timepiece. "(Under The Screaming Double) Eagle" has the hints of hard rock, but without the deafening distortion that would firm up the genre. Extensive bonus tracks help make this a fantastic look at a much-underrated band.

Biography

Formed: 1966

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s

One of Minneapolis' most popular '60s bands, the Litter are most well-known for their classic 1967 garage rock single "Action Woman." With its demonic fuzz/feedback guitar riffs and cocky, snarling lead vocal, it was an archetype of the tough '60s garage rock favored by fans of the Pebbles reissue series. In fact, the single, which got some airplay in Minnesota in early 1967 and then was largely forgotten, didn't reach an international audience until it became cut one, Side One on Volume One of Pebbles...
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