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Genres: Rock, Classic Rock
Digitally remastered edition of the legendary UK band's 1968 album. Founded by legendary counter-culture figure Mick Farren and Russel Hunter and inspired by The Fugs, the Deviants were first of the anarchic groups to emer... more »
Digitally remastered edition of the legendary UK band's 1968 album. Founded by legendary counter-culture figure Mick Farren and Russel Hunter and inspired by The Fugs, the Deviants were first of the anarchic groups to emerge from the Ladbroke Grove area of London. Two years before Hawkwind burst on to the underground scene, The Deviants were preaching revolution and creating their own form of musical anarchy. Disposable was the band's second album and featured the legendary 'Let's Loot the Supermarket'. A musical signpost that would point the direction The Deviants' offspring, The Pink Fairies.13 tracks. Esoteric. 2009.
Deviants - 'Disposable' (Captain Trip) 4 1/2 stars
Mike Reed | USA | 04/22/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Originally released in 1968,as this was their follow-up to their debut 'Ptooff' lp(see my review)and nearly as good.'Disposable' simply continues the feat of showing off Mick Farren's off beat sense of humor.With cuts like "Sparrows And Wires","Let's Loot The Supermarket",the notable "Slum Lord" and "Normality",I personally thought that 'Disposable' was a true keeper.Line-up:Farren-vocals,Duncan Sanderson-bass,Sid Bishop-guitar and Russell Hunter-drums.Another outstanding late '60's UK piece of psychedelia to fully take in."