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The Rippers “Honesty” (1968) RE UP
There are many bands over the years who’ve gone by the name The Rippers;
this version is the one-off psych-beat outfit from Germany, with only
one album to their name, released only once by the UK budget label Saga.
Noticeable influences range from Cream to The Doors to Detroit soul to
California acid blues to pop ballads to Merseybeat to southern US gospel
– while such diversity might make for a rambling journey, most tracks
are nice imitations of the idols they emulate, and at least a handful of
songs standout as comp-worthy gold for those on-going collections of
rediscovered “nobodies” from the past. A lost castaway from the popsike
glory days, this album has become a target for crate diggers &
beat/psych/garage completists and is surely due for a remastered
expanded version someday. Vinyl rip, never reissued on CD (or otherwise)
as far as I can tell. : Honesty : USA : 1968 : Psychedelic Rock :MP3,CBR 320 / : 10 : : 00:33:01 :83
1967 , .
02. My Woman
03. My Plight
04. The Night At the Lagoone
05. Big Ben
07. All the Jumping People
08. The Girl Whom I Adore
09. Blues For Kasperak
10. My Soul Is Wrong