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The Edgar Broughton Band - Up Yours! album

The Edgar Broughton Band - Up Yours! album
  • Performer The Edgar Broughton Band
  • Title Up Yours!
  • Date of release 1970
  • Style Classic Rock
  • Other formats RA MMF AUD ADX APE ASF AC3
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1193 mb
  • Size FLAC 1424 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 413

In Side Out is the fourth album by psychedelic rock group, Edgar Broughton Band. The album was originally released as "Harvest SHTC 252" in July 1972. The 2004 CD reissue features 3 bonus tracks. Get Out of Bed, There's Nobody There, Side by Side" (Robert Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton) – 3:42. Sister Angela" (R. E. Broughton) – 0:40. I Got Mad" (R. Broughton, Victor Unitt) – 3:45. They Took It Away" (S. Broughton) – 2:27. Homes Fit for Heroes" (R. Broughton) – 4:18.

Текст песни: E. Broughton, E. Broughton-S. Broughton-Unitt I laid on a poppy It laid on me A lot of thinking. I thought of you I could fall down Would you stand me up It’s not enough for you to say you love me Who’s the lad who’d kill his dad For the sake of the right to belong To the new confusion I don’t believe it Don’t even know which day it is Do you trust in a. world that turns about While another mother’s sons are being borrowed Can you laugh aloud While you’re crying inside For the years that you tried to belong To the old confusion I don’t believe it Don’t even know which day it is I don’t want life in the company You are undone by the smell Of next

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The Edgar Broughton Band were one of the most consistent artists on the Harvest label, from their bombastic debut Wasa Wasa right through to their fabulous and criminally overlooked masterpiece Oora. Whilst they never enjoyed that much success - compared with label mates Deep Purple, Pink Floyd or even BJH - they were always one of the best (the best was of course Roy Harper by a million miles). I of course knew this album existed but never bought a copy and compared today with the Harvest releases is so hard to pick up in reasonable condition.

Disc one features the band's 1969 debut album, Wasa Wasa, and the single "Up Yours!"/"Freedom," as well as side one of 1970's Sing Brother Sing. Disc two continues with the second side of that offering, the A-side of the "Apache Drop Out" single, and the complete 1971 self-titled album. Disc three begins with 1972's Inside Out, rounded off by the B-sides "Someone" and "Mr. Crosby. It concludes with side one of 1973's Oora.