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Subliminal Sonic Laxative - The Blues Magoos* - Basic Blues Magoos (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Album Basic Blues Magoos. The instrumental “Subliminal Sonic Laxative” is nothing more than a single subsonic frequency played for an entire minute. Basic Blues Magoos Blues Magoos.
  2. - Basic Blues Magoos - Full Album (HD Vinyl) doctordel; 13 videos; 5, views; 12 - Subliminal Sonic Laxative (HD Vinyl) by doctordel. Basic Blues Magoos - 13 - .
  3. "Basic" Blues Magoos () -- the final long-player with the original crew of Ralph Scala (keyboards), Ronnie Gilbert (bass), Emil "Peppy" Thielheim (guitar), Mike Esposito (lead guitar) and Geoffrey Daking (drums) -- as noted above, many collectors say it's their best and easily most pro-creative outing.
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  5. Basic Blues Magoos Vinyl LP Mercury SR Garage Rock. $ + $ shipping. Details about Basic BLUES MAGOOS () LP Mercury Stereo Psych Garage Rock Oldies. 1 viewed per hour. Basic BLUES MAGOOS () LP Mercury Stereo Psych Garage Rock Oldies Subliminal Sonic Laxative: B7: Chicken Wire Lady: Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. Listen free to The Blues Magoos – Basic Blues Magoos (Sybil Green (Of The In Between), I Can Hear The Grass Grow and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at paymangbowestwebdobulocsiralarri.xyzinfo
  7. The Blues Magoos are an American rock group from The Bronx, a borough of New York City, United States. They were at the forefront of the psychedelic music trend, beginning in They are best known for the hit song "(We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet.
  8. Dec 22,  · Basic Blues Magoos was anything but, and from a band who was attempting to shoot themselves in the foot, one member at a time. With the release of Electric Comic Book, Mercury Records seemed to feel that the group needed to swing a bit more mainstream in order to gain wider acceptance, reissuing Electric Comic Book that included an actual comic book, decking the boys out in flashy /5(64).

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