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The Golden Years: 1969-1971

Some folks hold that this long-forgotten band of debauched Brits (from whose loins Motorhead sprang) was the missing link between hippie and punk. And judging from this odds-‘n’-sods collection, The Golden Years: 1969-1971, that includes scuzzed-out Beatles and Jefferson Airplane covers, two versions of ”Do It” (later popularized by the Rollins Band), a leering wank-fest called ”The Snake,” and 20 minutes of overamped psychedelia — that’s exactly what they were. Quick, someone call the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. A-

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