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A Great Place to Start Your Rapiers Collection

The CD re-issue appeared in the '90s, the original album appeared in the '80s but it's always England 1961-1963 with London's rockin' Rapiers, who provide a sonic, Stratocasters-on-twang-11 peek into a golden pop age of instrumentals ("Theme from the Avengers"), recreations of famed producer Joe Meek's signature tunes ("Telstar", "Green Jeans", "Husky Team"), Johnny Kidd-style hard rock ("So What", "Feelin'"), and BritPop vocalising ("I'm a Moody Guy", "Do You Really Love Me Too"). Listen up, Bubs and Bubettes: There's so way more to English rock 'n' roll than the British Invasion. Start here, straight to the point.


Genre: Rock

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Formed in the early '80s in the north of London, the Rapiers gained much influence and credibility for a sound that resembled classic Merseybeat rock & roll in the vein of Cliff Richard and his backing group the Shadows. Led by singer Colin Pryce-Jones, the group performed in numerous venues in England before recording its 1983 debut EP effort, Vol. I, on Red Door Records. Three more EPs followed from 1984 to 1986, with its first vinyl full-length being Straight to the Point in 1985 on Ace Records....
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