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We Are Paintermen
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Digitally remastered reissue of the debut album by this British rock group often compared to The Who. Contains all of the cuts from when the Hit-Ton label originally released the LP in 1967, plus 12 bonus tracks, 'How Doe... more »
Digitally remastered reissue of the debut album by this British rock group often compared to The Who. Contains all of the cuts from when the Hit-Ton label originally released the LP in 1967, plus 12 bonus tracks, 'How Does It Feel To Feel' (U.S. Version), 'Sylvette', 'I Am The Walker', 'Ostrich Man', 'Sweet Helen', 'Life Is Just Beginning', 'For All That I Am', 'Midway Down', 'I'm Leaving', 'Work All Day (Sleep All Night) and two under the Mark Four moniker, 'Hurt Me If You Will' & 'Going Down Fast'. 24 tracks total. 1999 release.
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Creation - 'We Are Paintermen' (Repertoire)
Mike Reed | USA | 10/25/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"First released in 1967, this looks to be the Creation's only full-length lp of all new songs. Guess the rest I've seen are compilations. Here, you get the album's twelve 'original' tunes, plus twelve bonus tracks of completely different songs. Very nice! Songs that's sure to keep this CD reissue in my current rotation stack for sometime are "Making Time", the awesome "Through My Eyes", Dylan's "Like A Rolling Stone", "Can I Join Your Band", The Leave's "Hey Joe", "Biff Bang Pow", "I Am The Walker" and "Sweet Helen". Should draw in fans of The Action, early Who, Outsiders, Q 65 and Skip Bifferty. Essential British psychedelia. Need I say more? Most highly recommended."
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John T. Velsor | Wantagh, NY USA | 06/04/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"this is an incredible peice of music history unknown to almost the entire american record buying public. very comparable with early who small faces and stones and is at the top of the 60's psychedelic/mod/garage heap. the creation were the first to use the violin bow on the guitar, as well as pioneering other musical endeavors such as feedback before hendrix refined and mastered the art of it and even supposedly using a baked potato against the strings(that legend has is was eaten afterward). making time is an absolutley incredible rock song that blew me away, as well as the rest of the album, notably how does it feel to feel, ostrich man...hell there's not a single song on the album that isn't rediculously great. i can't believe these boys aren't as well renowned as there contemporaries. it's a shame to think of the music they may have made if things went the way they should of for them."