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The Legendary Orgasm Album by John's Children

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The Legendary Orgasm Album

John's Children

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Album

The Legendary Orgasm Album

John's Children

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Label: Cherry Red Records
These live recordings are not really live. They're just some of the band's studio singles and B-sides spliced with audience noise dubbed from the Beatles' A Hard Day's Night to produce the effect of a live performance. The album begins with two untainted singles: the Who-inspired freakbeat mod anthem "Smashed Blocked" and the more seductive "Just What You Want - Just What You'll Get." Then the fake concert kicks off with the catchy "Killer Ben." Two more studio nuggets bookend the album, the best being "But She's Mine," a deliberate rip-off of The Who's "Can't Explain."

About This Album

These live recordings are not really live. They're just some of the band's studio singles and B-sides spliced with audience noise dubbed from the Beatles' A Hard Day's Night to produce the effect of a live performance. The album begins with two untainted singles: the Who-inspired freakbeat mod anthem "Smashed Blocked" and the more seductive "Just What You Want - Just What You'll Get." Then the fake concert kicks off with the catchy "Killer Ben." Two more studio nuggets bookend the album, the best being "But She's Mine," a deliberate rip-off of The Who's "Can't Explain."

Songs

About This Album

These live recordings are not really live. They're just some of the band's studio singles and B-sides spliced with audience noise dubbed from the Beatles' A Hard Day's Night to produce the effect of a live performance. The album begins with two untainted singles: the Who-inspired freakbeat mod anthem "Smashed Blocked" and the more seductive "Just What You Want - Just What You'll Get." Then the fake concert kicks off with the catchy "Killer Ben." Two more studio nuggets bookend the album, the best being "But She's Mine," a deliberate rip-off of The Who's "Can't Explain."