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The Only Ones

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This Only Ones compilation includes 14 tracks of demos and unfinished studio cuts.

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One & Only

Its a crime their eponymous 1st & "Serpents Shine" isn't on iTunes or even available here in the States on cd! One of the best & most original bands of the Punk era. Believe it or not this is a collection of rarities & outtakes. In some cases right up there with their best work. Keith Richards was an admirer of "Prisoners" for good reason. "Watch You Drown" has some stellar guitar work & "Flowers Die" is the most haunting & lyrically oblique. "Silent Night"--a junkie's Xmas in jail. Kudos to Blink 182 covering them & turning the other reviewer on. Wonder if he now realizes what a pathetic band Blink is in comparison.

WOW FIRST

Great CD. Any band that wrote Another girl Another Planet is bound to be great. The only Reason i heard of them is cus blink 182 did one of their songs, but now i think that they are amazing. Oh yeah by the way, i have never actually heard any of their stuff, i just want to be the first review HAHAHA

Biography

Formed: 1977 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '10s

Led by the raffish and slightly scuzzy romance-obsessed Peter Perrett, the Only Ones were one of the punk era's most underrated bands. Not as confrontational as the Sex Pistols, as politically indulgent as the Clash, or as stripped-down as the Ramones, the Only Ones played not-so-fast guitar rock that sounded deeply indebted to the New York Dolls and other mid-'70s proto-punks. Singing his intelligently crafted pop songs in a semi-tuneful whine of a voice and backed by a band that effectively combined...
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