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  1. They had to cut and edit the album ("Bat Out of Hell") but still had too much but didn't want to lose any more. To compromise, they sped up the master tapes. Even Meat Loaf has said himself that in the song "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad," he sounded like Mickey Mouse.
  2. There was another "The Harlots" that hailed from Australia. From Sydney, they released a self-titled EP back in '95. They did a cover version of KISS' "Detroit Rock City." And then there are the "Candy Harlots" who were also known as "The Harlots" and from Sydney. I'm usually leery of any new bands using the same name of others, especially from their own country. It's not that they can't use the same name, but does give off indication of making profit (eg. selling music, tickets to shows) in hopes the other bands fans (who don't do their homework) think its them.
  3. Groups or Artists that have an album title with a number in it. Adele - 21 Boyz II Men - II C Duran Duran - Seven & The Ragged Tiger E F G Hawklords - 25 Years On I J K L Moby - 18 Nazareth - 2XS O P Quicksilver - Six String Voodoo Rolling Stones - 12 X 5 Steppenwolf - 7 T U Van Halen - 5150 W X Y Z
  4. Should check out this big list (youtube vids are linked to all songs). A lot of goodies... Over a Thousand Funk & Groove Tunes
  5. Groups or Artists that have an album title with a number in it. A B C Duran Duran - Seven & the Ragged Tiger E F G Hawklords - 25 Years On I J K L M Nazareth - 2XS O P Q Rolling Stones - 12 X 5 Steppenwolf - 7 T U V W X Y Z
  6. PRE 1980 SONGS WHICH CHARTED IN THE U.S.A. WITH A MAN'S NAME/S SOLELY AS THE TITLE 1. Ben - Michael Jackson (1972) 2. Amos Moses - Jerry Reed (1971) 3. Daniel - Elton John (1973) 4. Sam - Olivia Newton-John (1977) 5. Frankie - Connie Francis (1959) 6. Jesse - Carly Simon (1979) 7. Stagger Lee - Tommy Roe (1971) 8. Billy - Kathy Linden (1958) 9. Levon - Elton John (1971) 10. Timothy - The Buoys (1971) 11. Abraham, Martin and John - Dion (1968) 12. Charlie Brown - The Coasters (1959) 13. Fernando - ABBA (1975) 14. Jim Dandy - LaVerne Baker (1957) 15. Louie Louie - The Kingsmen (1963) 16. Peter Gunn - Duane Eddy (1960) 17. Frankie and Johnny - Brook Benton (1961) 18. Joey - Betty Madigan (1954) 19. Leroy - Jack Scott (1958) 20. Michael - The Highwaymen (1961) 21. Teddy - Connie Francis (1960) 22. Harry Truman - Chicago (1975) 23. Alfie - Dionne Warwick (1967) 24. Ringo - Lorne Greene (1964) 25. Johnny B. Goode - Chuck Berry (1958) 26. Jimmy Mack - Martha and The Vandellas (1967) 27. Rocky - Austin Roberts (1975) 28. Reuben James - Kenny Rogers & The First Edition (1969) 29. Dandy - Herman's Hermits (1966) 30. Johnny Jingo - Hayley Mills (1962) 31. Norman - Sue Thompson (1962) 32. Rip Van Winkle - The Devotions (1964) 33. Pepe - Duane Eddy (1961) 34. Bad, Bad Leroy Brown - Jim Croce (1973) edit: I suppose the "Bad, Bad" defeats the purpose but hey, could be part of his first name. lol
  7. Hi Chris, As you may already know, there is that possibility that the tune was recorded by a house band/hired secessionists. However, there were a couple of psychedelic rock, heavy psych bands that were from Urbana, Illnois. Although a stab in the dark, at least a try... 1) "The Spoils of War" - they released a couple of albums in '69 (self titled and II). Band member Jim Cuomo moved to France and in the band "Mormos." Other members were Roger Francisco, Frank Garvey, among others. 2) "Time" - formed in '67, disbanded in '68. Released one album, "Before There Was..." I don't recall the album but have read it also contains psychedelic folk. Hope that narrows it down.
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