Felonious 19th Feb 2015 VIDEO Neil Forbes 19th Feb 2015 I had an Aussie issue of this, would be scouting about for new replacement copy! Great track, what a cryin' shame it didn't "click" with NSW record-buyers, got radio exposure, but alas no chart action...awww! bill mann 19th Feb 2015 Topside always reminded me of 'Brand new Cadillac' by Vince Taylor, dunno why but there you are ! zabadak 19th Feb 2015 As I commented on the proper version:
Not only is it unusual because of its speed but it is also a rarity in that, even though it is quite obviously a rock record, there are no drums on it whatsoever!
Although the posted 2001 version clearly does! Whyperion 19th Feb 2015 OK try a live version 2001
VIDEO zabadak 17th Feb 2015 Deliberately so I would say... sheepdip1234 17th Feb 2015 Got to be one of the most poorly recorded songs ever. The quality is "bad". telegramsam 18th Oct 2013 Complete and intact 4 prong dinked label scans added - with a respectful nod to TheJudge for his original scans. TheJudge 26th Dec 2011 Thanks MH, I knew I'd seen something about it around here somewhere. MonkeyHanger 26th Dec 2011 See "In The Summertime"..this will explain. TheJudge 26th Dec 2011 Thanks OB. I can't even blame the Christmas sherry for that one! Fixed now. Oakley Boys 26th Dec 2011 Surely this is the Dawn label and not Pye? (yes I know it's got a Pye number but Warners and CBS let other labels use their numbering schemes) TheJudge 26th Dec 2011 Would I be right in thinking that this would be the juke-box issue of DNX 2505? In which case, why does it look as if it has been pressed with a four-prong centre which has then been pushed out? Please login or join 45cat to add your comment about this record.