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KINKS KINK KONTROVERSY LP VINYL NEW (US) 33RPM

KINKS KINK KONTROVERSY LP VINYL NEW (US) 33RPM

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Tracklist
A1 Milk Cow Blues
A2 Ring The Bells
A3 Gotta Get The First Plane Home
A4 When I See That Girl Of Mine
A5 I Am Free
A6 Till The End Of The Day
B1 The World Keeps Going Round
B2 I'm On An Island
B3 Where Have All The Good Times Gone
B4 It's Too Late
B5 What's In Store For Me
B6 You Can't Win

Vinyl LP pressing released to coincide with the veteran British band's 50th Anniversary. Not as fluffy as many of their Merseybeat counterparts, Ray Davies and the boys have managed to become one of the most influential British bands of all time even though they didn't sell quite as much as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who and their other contemporaries. The Kink Kontroversy was the third studio album by The Kinks, released on 26 November 1965. It is a transitional work, with elements of both the earlier Kinks' styles (heavily blues-influenced songs such as "Milk Cow Blues", and variations on the band's hits from 1964-65 such as "Till the End of the Day") and early indications of the future direction of Ray Davies' songwriting styles ("The World Keeps Going Round" and "I'm On an Island").