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Parade!- The Beach 7” ~SMALL FACES!

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Parade!- The Beach 7”.  Parade! are one of the most innovative and new bands to come out of the UK in a long while. They got talent, style and a freshness that’s makes life pleasurable again. They’ve been doing the club circuit around the UK for a few years now and their seamless combination of the Small Faces, Television Personalities and The Jam have afforded them a nice following amongst the burgeoning UK mod scene. ‘The Beach’ is their debut vinyl single and includes their three strongest songs that they’ve honed live over the last few years. The last song also includes a guest appearance by Jon Paul Harper from The Clique and Knave. Import from the UK.

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