Limited 180 gram audiophile vinyl LP pressing. The Pink Fairies were an English Rock band in the London underground and psychedelic scene of the early 70s. Their first album 'Neverneverland', from 1971, is a mix of psychedelic, proto-punk ('Do It'), rock ('Teenage Rebel' & 'Say You Love Me') and even American R&B (on 'War Girl') sounds which show their wide style. Also included is the b-side of their debut single 'Do It' which was later covered by The Henry Rollins Band on their 1988 'Do It' album. The 50th Anniversary edition includes an insert with extensive liner-notes by Mark Powell, credits, cut-out pieces and photos.
Limited 180 gram audiophile vinyl LP pressing. The Pink Fairies were an English Rock band in the London underground and psychedelic scene of the early 70s. Their first album 'Neverneverland', from 1971, is a mix of psychedelic, proto-punk ('Do It'), rock ('Teenage Rebel' & 'Say You Love Me') and even American R&B (on 'War Girl') sounds which show their wide style. Also included is the b-side of their debut single 'Do It' which was later covered by The Henry Rollins Band on their 1988 'Do It' album. The 50th Anniversary edition includes an insert with extensive liner-notes by Mark Powell, credits, cut-out pieces and photos.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MOVL
Rel. Date: 01/22/2021
UPC: 600753923351

Neverneverland [180-Gram Black Vinyl]
Artist: Pink Fairies
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180 gram audiophile vinyl LP pressing. The Pink Fairies were an English Rock band in the London underground and psychedelic scene of the early 70s. Their first album 'Neverneverland', from 1971, is a mix of psychedelic, proto-punk ('Do It'), rock ('Teenage Rebel' & 'Say You Love Me') and even American R&B (on 'War Girl') sounds which show their wide style. Also included is the b-side of their debut single 'Do It' which was later covered by The Henry Rollins Band on their 1988 'Do It' album. The 50th Anniversary edition includes an insert with extensive liner-notes by Mark Powell, credits, cut-out pieces and photos.