Saturday, June 26, 2021

Pink Fairies - Kings of Oblivion (1973)


Pink Fairies - Kings of Oblivion (1973)


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Pink Fairies - Kings of Oblivion

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"City Kids" (Wallis, Sanderson) - 3:45

"I Wish I Was a Girl" (Wallis) - 9:41

"When's the Fun Begin?" (Wallis, Mick Farren) - 6:13

"Chromium Plating" (Wallis) - 3:48

"Raceway" (Wallis) - 4:08

"Chambermaid" (Wallis, Sanderson, Hunter) - 3:18

"Street Urchin" (Wallis) - 7:07





 

Pink Fairies Band Members / Musicians

Larry Wallis – guitar, vocals

Duncan Sanderson – bass, vocals

Russell Hunter – drums


Dave Grinsted - engineer

Peter Lavery - photography





Kings of Oblivion is a 1973 album by the UK underground group Pink Fairies.

Paul Rudolph had quit the group on the release of What a Bunch of Sweeties, thus briefly deactivating the band. Duncan Sanderson and Russell Hunter formed a new band with Steve Peregrin Took and guitarist Mick Wayne, before splitting from Took and reactivating the Pink Fairies with Wayne as singer/guitarist. This new three piece recorded one single, "Well, Well, Well"/"Hold On", but Sanderson and Hunter were unhappy with the musical direction Wayne was taking the band. Convincing Larry Wallis (formerly of Took's 1970 band Shagrat) to join the group as a second guitarist, they then sacked Wayne passing songwriting and singing duties onto the inexperienced Wallis.

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