City Kids (track) by Pink Fairies
City Kids appears on the following album(s) by Pink Fairies:
- Kings Of Oblivion (track #1) (this album) (1973)
- Pink Fairies (track #2) (compilation) (1975)
- Up The Pinks: An Introduction To Pink Fairies (track #6) (compilation) (2002)
- Live At The Roadhouse 1975 (track #1) (1982)
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If there was only one song from the entire history of rock and roll that I would pick to listen to again and again it would be this one.
I don't know why, but to me it is the epitome of what the genre is suppose to be, raunchy, raucous, loud, fast and most importantly a celebration of the joys of youth culture. From the bombastic opening, to the crunchy rhythms, to the soulful guitar solos, which walk a tight rope between neither being technically complicated and obnoxious (prog and metal) or being poor or substandard, (lo fi, indie) or over produced FM weekend warrior folder,(the heart of classic rock cannon). Its a song that stands the testament of time.
For a brief moment Larry Wallis, Duncan Sanderson and
Russell Hunter, shined brighter then a star, this song and this album. They were a holy trinity of rebellion.
At the moment of heat death of the universe, this will be the song to listen to.
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