1) The Deviants (formerly the Social Deviants) were a musical group in the United Kingdom. Out of the Ladbroke Grove UK Underground Community, a number of bands would emerge. Perhaps the most anarchistic band of the Underground was the Deviants founded and fronted by singer/writer Mick Farren, the Social Deviants, later just the Deviants, made three bizarre albums in two years.
The Deviants (formerly The Social Deviants) were an English rock group originally active in the late 1960s, but later used as a vehicle for the musical work of writer Mick Farren until his death in 2013. Farren has stated that The Deviants were originally a community band which "did things every now and then-it was a total assault thing with a great deal of inter-relation and interdependence".
The Deviants may refer to: The Deviants (film), a 2004 independent comedy about a dating agency for sex deviants. The Deviants (band), a rock band formerly known as the Social Deviants. The Deviants 3 (1969), the third and final 1960s album by The Deviants. Deviant (disambiguation).
The Deviants is the third studio album by The Deviants, released in 1969 by Transatlantic Records
Thebestdream I had. The Deviants - The Deviants 1969 (full album). 1 months ago +1. Can you believe I still remember in which record shop I bought this album? In '69. Valeriy Blinov.
The Deviants (formerly The Social Deviants) were an English rock group originally active in the late 1960s, but until his death in 2013, used as a vehicle for the musical work of writer Mick Farren. This band recorded and released the album The Deviants 3 through Transatlantic Records. During a tour of North America's west coast the relationship between Farren and the musicians became personally and musically strained, and the band decided to continue without Farren, who returned to England where he teamed up with ex-Pretty Things drummer Twink (born John Charles Alder, 29 November 1944, in Colchester, Essex) and Steve Peregrin Took (born Stephen Ross Porter, 28 July.
Format: All Vinyl CD DJ Equipment Studio Equipment. The Deviants (limited coloured vinyl LP). Real Gone Music US. Cat: RGM 0896. Rel: 06 Jun 19. Psych/Garage Rock. Billy The Monster (3:25). Broken Biscuits (2:09). First Line (Seven The Row) (2:43). The People Suite (2:23). Rumbling B(1)ack Transit Blues (5:40).
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|1||Billy The Monster||3:25|
|3||First Line (Seven The Row)
Lead Vocals – Tony Wigens
|4||The People Suite||2:24|
|5||Ramblin B(l)ack Transit Blues||5:38|
|6||Death Of A Dream Machine||2:49|
|8||Black George Does It With His Tongue||1:20|
|9||Junior Narco Rangers (It We Gotta Get Raleigh From Chicago, We're Gonna)||0:29|
|10||People Of The City||1:31|
- Licensed Through – Mick Farren
- Arranged By – The Deviants
- Backing Vocals, Technician [Equipment] – David Goodman
- Bass, Vocals – Duncan Sanderson
- Engineer – Roy Baker*, Victor Gamm*
- Guitar, Vocals, Performer [Mouth Music] – Paul Rudolph
- Lead Vocals, Producer – Mick Farren
- Organ – Tony Ferguson
- Percussion, Vocals, Technician [Stereo Panning] – Russell Hunter
- Photography – Keith Morris
- Technician [Equipment] – Tony Wigens
- Vocals – Jenny Ashworth*
NotesReissue of 1969 album in mini LP CD packaging, replicating the original artwork
Recorded on SIMMS-WATT and MARSHALL equipment.
Licensed through Mick Farren ℗ + © 1969/2004
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4560107534960
- Rights Society: JASRAC
|TRA 204||The Deviants||The Deviants (LP, Album)||Transatlantic Records||TRA 204||UK||1969|
|LS-38013||The Deviants||The Deviants (LP, Album, RE)||Logo||LS-38013||Spain||1979|
|TRA 204||The Deviants||The Deviants (LP, Album)||Transatlantic Records||TRA 204||France||1969|
|CTCD-061||The Deviants||The Deviants # 3 (CD, Album, RE)||Captain Trip Records||CTCD-061||Japan||1997|
|MOGO 4001||The Deviants||Deviants (LP, Album, RE)||Logo||MOGO 4001||Portugal||1979|