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Opening - The Deviants (2) - Ptooff! (CD, Album)

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  1. Nigar says:
    Ptooff!, an Album by The Deviants. Released in on Sire (catalog no. STEC LP 97; Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock.
  2. Tygotaur says:
    The album is self-described on the inside cover as the deviants underground l.p. The album was re-released in the mids by record label Psycho. The cover came in a six-panel fold-out with extensive notes, including a review by John Peel: "There is little that is not good, much that is excellent and the occasional flash of brilliance". [3].
  3. Ararr says:
    This second album by The Deviants is a better record than their famous debut LP Ptooff! if you ask me. Disposable is way more psychedelic than it's predecessor and that's the main reason why I prefer this one. Their first album was a very raw mix of garage rock .
  4. Tebar says:
    Ptooff!, an Album by The Deviants. Released in on Drop Out (catalog no. DOCD; CD). Genres: Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock.
  5. Meztisida says:
    Subtitle: the deviants underground l.p. [on poster insert and CD] Originally released on LP in Remastered from the original master tapes at The Audio Archiving Company, London/5(14).
  6. Malak says:
    CD reissue of the original "Ptooff!" LP. Recorded at Sound Techniques in London, Issued under licence from Red Lightning Records. ℗ Demon Records Ltd. © Demon Records Ltd/5(15).
  7. Talkis says:
    An album designed to shake the Empire probably shouldn't be characterized as "charming," but the Deviants' Ptooff!, an artifact from England's freak underground circa , is nothing if not beguiling. After all, most people today are afraid to shake the state much, lest it get an upset stomach and spit up/5(9).
  8. Goltirisar says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Ptooff!/Disposable - The Deviants on AllMusic -
  9. Yozshushakar says:
    Grunge was a creature of the s. But turn that second 9 upside down and take this Deviants album, and you get the grunge of the s. Of course garage bands were plentiful in the s, but the Deviant's took those blues and boogie riffs, and added a creepy dissonance.5/5(3).

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