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The Tokens

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Album Review

Call this one the Tokens' comedy album, as it brings out the humorous side of the band on a variety of tunes, both new and old. "Ba Ba Booey" was a hit on the Howard Stern radio show, and while tunes like "Oldies Are Now" and "After the Beep" have shown up on previous Tokens albums, they fit in just nicely here. Good solid originals from Mitch Margo and typically devastating singing from the group make this another fun chapter in the Tokens' recorded history.

Biography

Formed: 1960 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '90s, '00s

This Brooklyn doo wop group was originally known as the Linc-Tones when it formed in 1955 at Lincoln High School. Hank Medress, Neil Sedaka, Eddie Rabkin, and Cynthia Zolitin didn't have much impact in their early days recording for Melba. They later disbanded, but Medress re-formed the group in 1960 as the Tokens. Brothers Phil and Mitch Margo and Jay Siegel were now the members. They recorded for Warwick in 1960, then had their one glorious hit in 1962, "The Lion Sleeps Tonight." It was based on...
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