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Great stuff.

This is excellent. Definetely a good choice if you like pre-hippie garage rock. These guys weren't just emulating the British Invasion, but actually were actually hip to the stuff the British bands were emulating. So hurry up and buy it already. Maybe iTunes will continue to put up great stuff like this. And to you iTunes, I'm waiting for an actual Sonics album, Them, The Monks, Zakary Thaks, the Dutch Outsiders, Q Sixty Five, a real Creation album, and alot more. So get to it.

"Barry; I Believe In You!"

.."You Gotta Keep Runnin'; Runnin' Til The End Of Time!"..Yeah!-"Barry & The Remains" really did have "All Good Things" back in 1966!-(Boston's loss became yet another of Nashville's gains!)-These songs Rock and Roll & Swagger and Stroll with the best 60's Primal Pumping of: The Rolling Stones; The Kinks; Manfred Mann & The Dave Clark Five!-"Garage Rock'; Yes; But with much more "Snap; Crackle & Pop" than any of their overrated contemporaries!-(Forerunners of the late 70's/early 80's sounds of: The Jam; The Lyres & Elvis Costello!)-Boys; "Don't Look Back"; Because your debut album has nothing to "Say You're Sorry" about!-"Dig These Remains!" Grimmbo.


Formed: 1964

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s

A strong contender for the finest overlooked American band of the mid-'60s, the Remains (led by Barry Tashian) were the most notable Boston group of the era. But they never broke out nationally, despite signing to Epic and copping an opening slot on the Beatles' final American tour in 1966. Sometimes described as a garage band, that designation isn't at all accurate; the Remains shared the same British Invasion influences as many American teen acts, but had a lot of professional finesse to their...
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