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The Legendary Orgasm Album

John's Children

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The first readily available edition of Orgasm. The skimpy, vaguely Who-ish songs are nearly buried under the mountainous overdubs of hysterical teenage screams, making this a true artifact — and nothing more — of an era. The reissue includes excellent liner notes and four bonus tracks — the fine psychedelic single "Smashed Blocked" and its decent follow-up, "Just What You Want — Just What You'll Get," the B-side of which ("But You're Mine") is an unabashed ripoff of the Who's "I Can't Explain." Be warned that the version of "Strange Affair" (the B-side of "Smashed Blocked") included here has, for some inexplicable reason, been presented backwards!

Biography

Formed: 1965 in Leatherhead, Surrey, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s

Because Marc Bolan — soon to become T. Rex — was briefly a member, John's Children are perhaps accorded more reverence by '60s collectors and aficionados than they deserve. Still, they were an interesting, if minor, blip on the British mod and psychedelic scene during their relatively brief existence (1965-1968), although they were perhaps more notable for their flamboyant image and antics than their music. Yardbirds manager Simon Napier-Bell recalled that they were "positively the worst...
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