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Morning Star
Cat: OWNUPU 6. Rel: 09 May 24
 
Psych/Garage Rock
The Road Is Too Long (2:44)
Save Me (2:55)
If I Had Been Drinking (3:34)
Going Back (2:57)
My Wife (3:23)
Morning Star (2:43)
Something Better (3:21)
Break This Chain (3:19)
The Green Meteor (2:24)
Prophet Of Gloom (3:38)
Winter In June (3:25)
Go To Him (3:11)
Review: Morning Star marks The Prisoners' triumphant return after nearly four decades, showcasing their timeless blend of garage-punk, soulful vocals, and electrifying Hammond organ. Recorded in just two days, the album captures the raw energy and chemistry of the original lineup, reminiscent of their seminal debut, A Taste of Pink.
Their gig at The Roundhouse in London on May 24th promises to be a celebration of their storied career and the release of this long-awaited album. The band's influence on subsequent generations of musicians is evident, with their sound serving as a blueprint for Brit-Pop and beyond. While James Taylor's Hammond prowess gained widespread recognition post-Prisoners, Graham Day and Allan Crockford's musical journey continued through various projects, each echoing the spirit of their groundbreaking band. Morning Star stands to honor The Prisoners' enduring legacy and reaffirms their status as pioneers of the DIY music movement. It's a reminder that some things truly are worth the wait.



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Morning Star
Cat: OWNUPU 7. Rel: 09 May 24
 
Psych/Garage Rock
This Road Is Too Long
Save Me
If I Had Been Drinking
Going Back
My Wife
Morning Star
Something Better
Break This Chain
The Green Meteor
Prophet Of Gloom
Winter In June
Go To Him
Beauty Hides The Truth (bonus track)
Hold Tight (bonus track)
 in stock $10.06
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