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Think Pink

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1969 UK underground classic w/8 BONUS tracks. Features members of Tomorrow, the Deviants, Tyrannosaurus Rex & the Pretty Things. 16-page colour booklet with history and rare photos

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  • Audio CD (April 2, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sunbeam Records
  • ASIN: B00BMUL0TW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #164,104 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Twink was the drummer of Tomorrow, and he later became the core member of the notorious Pink Fairies. Between these period Twink came out with some surprisingly interesting project, and "Think Pink" is among the best. A great work comparable to Syd Barrett "Madcap Laughs", Peter Green "The End of the Game", Tyrannosaurus Rex "My People were fair...", etc. The first 8 track were great heavy psychedelic stuff with lots of sound effects. The first track "The coming of the one" included sitar accomplishment... and the best songs included "Ten Thousand words in a cardboard box" and "Tiptoe of the highest hill". "Fluid", "mexican grass war" were mad free jams, and so did "rock and roll the joint". "Suicide" is another great song. The weakest points in the album is Steve Peregrin Tooks' compositions, "Three little piggies" and "The sparrow is a sign", which oddly disrupt the whole album's dreamy atmosphere and turned it down into some drunk murmuring. Overally speaking, a must for 60's psychedelic lovers.
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if you where a fan of the deviants, pink faries, most mark farren projects and just total tripped out 60s british psyche then i am sure you must own a copy of this 1970 classic by now, this comes with a very comprehensive booklet telling you everything you need to know about twink as per 1970 when this was released, i have been enjoying this blown out record now for over 25 years and i feel this reissue a couple of years back is one of the better ones on cd becouse of the remastering and the inlay with amazing photos and bonus tracks of coarse, ive been a fan of most of the stuff twink did in the 60s starting with the in crowd and then onto the pretty t hings for a bit, twink never seemed to stay in one place back in those days but he always stuck close to the nomads of larry wallis and the late great mick farren, this is probably one of the most blown out psyche records from this era however i have many others as well, twink sure left his mark back in these days, basically this is a totally tripped out acid/lsd influenced record that i feel in order to make you had to be doing lsd 25s or something like that BUT regardless i will say once again if you liked the pink faries, the deviants, the pretty things or even neon peral or the please then you just cant go wrong here, basically 45 years ago this record gave reality to the then expression TUNE IN, DROP OUT AND HELL NO WE WONT GO!!!!!!!!!!!Read more ›
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This did slip into my vinyl collection by accident. I knew Twink was part of the anarchic rockers Pink Fairies but living in remote New Zealand in 1971 did know of this solo release. So at the only then decent record store in Auckland-Taste this was nestled in the bargain bin. And bargain it has been, with the CD turning up in early JBL (Australia's) shelves in Brisbane (go figure)-and when they had an interesting range of music not found elsewhere. 40 plus years later, it is still playable. As other reviewers have noted there are two stand out tracks "Ten thousand words in a cardboard box" and "Tiptoe on the highest hill". They are classics deserving more air time than crap by the Eagles, Doobies et al. "Think Pink" show cases a number of Fairies associates ably providing back-up and their own unique licks such as the inclusion of the very good Canadian guitarist Paul Rudolph. So it is psychadelia era but closer to prog rock, with some well constructed songs and sufficient mayhem of interest and a good companion to the Pink Fairies "Never Never Land". Only "Three little piggies" has not stood time's test-well even on first listening, it quickly wore thin. But at 3.15 minutes who can complain. But overall worth a five star rating, a great unknown classic.
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By A Customer on June 28, 2004
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This Album was in its time totally ground breaking. Even now it still sounds pretty ground breaking. Read the other reviews for the details of the album - but don't under estimate the input from Steve Peregrin Took to this album's uniqueness. Took was still with Tyrannosaurus Rex when he recorded this with Twink and when Bolan found out he was furious and this was a contributing factor to the sacking of Took by Bolan and Da Management. Took was sacked before the US tour but contractually obliged to go ahead with it. Little wonder then that he chose to go to the Think Pink end of recording party at the Speakeasy and overslept the following morning when he was supposed to be flying to the US! So do a search for 'Steve Took'. You'll find 'Lone Star' which is his work with Larry Wallis in Shagrat. The 'Missing link to Tyrannosaurus Rex' reissued as 'Crazy Diamond' which are spacey, stoned home recorded sessions with various Pinks and (a very high probability) Syd Barrett (Took recorded with Syd in 1968 and remained friends with him long after Syd had gone into seclusion) and a new release "Blow It!!!" which is Steve Took at his electric finest with his band `Steve Took's Horns'.
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