Cactus Music

The sophomore album from The Three O'Clock found the band further blending psychedelic pop with contemporary sounds. Producer, Earle Mankey, encouraged the band in their experimentation. The result yielded a college-radio hit, "Jet Fighter," which remains one of the group's most well-known songs. Other standouts include, "A Day In Erotica," "Stupid Einstein," "Fall to the Ground," and their version of the Bee Gees "In My Own Time". This album positioned the band at the forefront of the Paisley Underground scene. Many fans and critics consider this to be their masterpiece. For the album's 40th anniversary, the album was remastered by Bill Inglot and Dave Schultz. Additionally, the band decided to update the cover art and give the album two front covers with no back cover.
The sophomore album from The Three O'Clock found the band further blending psychedelic pop with contemporary sounds. Producer, Earle Mankey, encouraged the band in their experimentation. The result yielded a college-radio hit, "Jet Fighter," which remains one of the group's most well-known songs. Other standouts include, "A Day In Erotica," "Stupid Einstein," "Fall to the Ground," and their version of the Bee Gees "In My Own Time". This album positioned the band at the forefront of the Paisley Underground scene. Many fans and critics consider this to be their masterpiece. For the album's 40th anniversary, the album was remastered by Bill Inglot and Dave Schultz. Additionally, the band decided to update the cover art and give the album two front covers with no back cover.
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Artist: Three O'Clock
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The sophomore album from The Three O'Clock found the band further blending psychedelic pop with contemporary sounds. Producer, Earle Mankey, encouraged the band in their experimentation. The result yielded a college-radio hit, "Jet Fighter," which remains one of the group's most well-known songs. Other standouts include, "A Day In Erotica," "Stupid Einstein," "Fall to the Ground," and their version of the Bee Gees "In My Own Time". This album positioned the band at the forefront of the Paisley Underground scene. Many fans and critics consider this to be their masterpiece. For the album's 40th anniversary, the album was remastered by Bill Inglot and Dave Schultz. Additionally, the band decided to update the cover art and give the album two front covers with no back cover.
        
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