The Kinks - Kinks
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Release date: 02 October 1964
In terms of influence upon the acts we know and love today, The Kinks are up there with the biggest. The north London outfit had huge success in the ’60s, mainly due to the astonishing run of singles they put out; a bunch of socially observant, hook-infested gems written by Ray Davies that the likes of Johnny Borrell and Damon Albarn openly admit they took their inspiration from. And they had...
- Dec 4, 2008
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- Beautiful Delilah
- So Mystifying
- Just Can't Go to Sleep
- Long Tall Shorty
- I Took My Baby Home
- I'm a Lover Not a Fighter
- You Really Got Me
- Bald Headed Woman
- Too Much Monkey Business
- I've Been Driving on Bald Mountain
- Stop Your Sobbing
- Got Love If You Want It
Singer says he is in 'negotiations' with his brother over getting back together
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The classic LP will be re-released on October 7
The Kinks - Kinks: Wikipedia Album Entry
Kinks is the self-titled debut album by the English rock band The Kinks, released in 1964. It was released with three tracks missing as You Really Got Me in the United States.
The album was re-released in 2004 with twelve bonus tracks on the Sanctuary label.
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