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Alloy Six- Turn Out The Lights LP ~PRISONERS!

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Alloy Six- Turn Out The Lights LP.  From the ashes of two great Stockholm, the Moving Sounds and the Fourtune-Tellers, comes The Alloy Six! Mixing Pebbles inspired garage rock with psychedelic Sixties inspired rock ‘n roll, the Alloy Six deliver twelve tunes dominated by 12-string fuzzed out guitars with wonderful vocal harmonies and a driving Hammond organ that gives them that authentic Sixties flair. Fans of The Electric Prunes, The Castaways, ? & The Mysterians, The Standells and The Leaves, along with 80s Neo-Psych revivalists like The Prisoners, Mood Six and The Times are really gonna dig. Import from Germany.

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