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|1. Split - Part One|
|2. Split - Part Two|
|3. Split - Part Three|
|4. Split - Part Four|
|5. Cherry Red|
|6. A Year In The Life|
|9. Split - Part One (BBC In Concert 1972) (Bonus Track)|
|10. Split - Part Two (BBC In Concert 1972) (Bonus Track)|
|11. Split - Part Four (BBC In Concert 1972) (Bonus Track)|
|12. Cherry Red (BBC In Concert 1972) (Bonus Track)|
Still today the album holds up as well as it did nigh on thirty years later.
It has one of the most adrenalin pushing tracks in "Cherry Red"-play it loud, it will take the paint work off the walls with one full throttled roar of pulsing thrash.
Not their worse album, but I certainly think it is weak as compared to "The Mighty Grounhogs" or songs like 3744 James Road, or I love Miss Ogney.
The Groundhogs were a British Blues band in the early 1970s--one of the countless bands who were very good, but just never gathered more than a cult following
Split may... Read more
"The Split" is my all-time heaviest acid blues album. When I purchased the LP back in 1971 I amazed my friends with its incredible trio. Read morePublished on March 20, 2009 by B. A. Dilger
The Groundhogs are not for everybody from the get go. They are unusual. Not their worse album, but I certainly think it is weak as compared to "The Mighty Grounhogs" or songs like... Read morePublished on July 7, 2008 by Michael Cavenaugh
This is a very creative, unique and original record. It's hard to describe, you just need to hear it for yourself. Read morePublished on June 20, 2008 by Woodrow
This is grunge with a bluesy tone. The production is quite rough which contributes to the grunge. Not a bad album but would not call it a classic. Read morePublished on July 9, 2006 by The Honky Tonk Man
originally i heard this masterpiece in the early 70s-i ve played it ever since.The guitar and vocals are out of this world.Tony still performs the tracks brilliantly to this day. Read morePublished on June 9, 2001 by "gregbrough"