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7th May '17 1:42:08 PM Jackpatkinson4
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* Music/KingGizzardAndTheLizardWizzard

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7th May '17 1:41:50 PM Jackpatkinson4
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* Music/KingGizzardAndTheLizardWizzard
5th Feb '17 2:46:45 AM ethansloan
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* [[Music/TheBlackCrowes The Black Crowes]] (not a pure example, but they've certainly done tracks in the garage style).
12th Nov '16 5:14:49 PM Mdumas43073
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* Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels (fronted by a white singer who'd become famous in UsefulNotes/{{Detroit}} for performing soul music in predominantly black clubs, they were a seminal Detroit rock band who influenced dozens of subsequent artists, including Music/BobSeger, Ted Nugent and Music/BruceSpringsteen)

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* Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels (fronted by a white singer who'd become famous in UsefulNotes/{{Detroit}} for performing soul music in predominantly black clubs, they were a seminal Detroit rock band who influenced dozens of subsequent artists, including Music/BobSeger, Ted Nugent Music/TedNugent, and Music/BruceSpringsteen)
12th Nov '16 5:13:54 PM Mdumas43073
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Nearly every early garage band that made a hit was a OneHitWonder, although some bands like The Sonics, The Standells, The Seeds, and especially Music/PaulRevereAndTheRaiders were slightly luckier. (Also, major names like Music/AliceCooper, Music/TedNugent, Music/IggyPop and Music/ToddRundgren got their starts in garage bands.) The double LP ''Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era: 1965-1968'', compiled by future Music/PattiSmith Group guitarist Lenny Kaye in 1972, contains a decent amount of these hits, as well as some "deep cuts" and even novelty songs from garage and PsychedelicRock; it was later expanded into a series of CD compilations, and has also [[FollowTheLeader inspired]] countless similar compilations.

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Nearly every early garage band that made a hit was a OneHitWonder, although some bands like The Sonics, The Standells, The Seeds, and especially Music/PaulRevereAndTheRaiders were slightly luckier. (Also, major names like Music/AliceCooper, Music/TedNugent, Music/IggyPop and Music/ToddRundgren got their starts in garage bands.) The double LP ''Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era: 1965-1968'', compiled by future Music/PattiSmith Group guitarist Lenny Kaye in 1972, contains a decent amount of these hits, as well as some "deep cuts" and even novelty songs from garage and PsychedelicRock; it was later expanded into a series of CD compilations, box sets, and has also [[FollowTheLeader inspired]] countless similar compilations.
12th Nov '16 5:13:42 PM Mdumas43073
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Nearly every early garage band that made a hit was a OneHitWonder, although some bands like The Sonics, The Standells, The Seeds, and especially Music/PaulRevereAndTheRaiders were slightly luckier. (Also, major names like Music/AliceCooper, Music/TedNugent, Music/IggyPop and Music/ToddRundgren got their starts in garage bands.) The double LP ''Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era: 1965-1968'', compiled by future Music/PattiSmith Group guitarist Lenny Kaye in 1972, contains a decent amount of these hits, as well as some "deep cuts" and even novelty songs from garage and PsychedelicRock; it was later expanded into a series of CD box sets in the '90s, and has also [[FollowTheLeader inspired]] countless similar compilations.

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Nearly every early garage band that made a hit was a OneHitWonder, although some bands like The Sonics, The Standells, The Seeds, and especially Music/PaulRevereAndTheRaiders were slightly luckier. (Also, major names like Music/AliceCooper, Music/TedNugent, Music/IggyPop and Music/ToddRundgren got their starts in garage bands.) The double LP ''Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era: 1965-1968'', compiled by future Music/PattiSmith Group guitarist Lenny Kaye in 1972, contains a decent amount of these hits, as well as some "deep cuts" and even novelty songs from garage and PsychedelicRock; it was later expanded into a series of CD box sets in the '90s, compilations, and has also [[FollowTheLeader inspired]] countless similar compilations.
12th Nov '16 5:12:23 PM Mdumas43073
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-->--Advertising blurb for the box set ''Nuggets II: Original Artifacts From the British Empire and Beyond''

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-->--Advertising blurb for the box set ''Nuggets II: Original Artifacts From Artyfacts from the British Empire and Beyond''
12th Nov '16 5:11:36 PM Mdumas43073
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Nearly every early garage band that made a hit was a OneHitWonder, although some bands like The Sonics, The Standells, The Seeds, and especially Music/PaulRevereAndTheRaiders were slightly luckier. (Also, major names like Music/AliceCooper, Music/TedNugent, Music/IggyPop and Music/ToddRundgren got their starts in garage bands.) The double LP ''Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era: 1965-1968'', compiled by future Music/PattiSmith Group guitarist Lenny Kaye in 1972, contains a decent amount of these hits, as well as some "deep cuts" and even novelty songs from garage and PsychedelicRock; it was later expanded into the first of several CD box sets in the '90s, and has also [[FollowTheLeader inspired]] countless similar compilations.

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Nearly every early garage band that made a hit was a OneHitWonder, although some bands like The Sonics, The Standells, The Seeds, and especially Music/PaulRevereAndTheRaiders were slightly luckier. (Also, major names like Music/AliceCooper, Music/TedNugent, Music/IggyPop and Music/ToddRundgren got their starts in garage bands.) The double LP ''Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era: 1965-1968'', compiled by future Music/PattiSmith Group guitarist Lenny Kaye in 1972, contains a decent amount of these hits, as well as some "deep cuts" and even novelty songs from garage and PsychedelicRock; it was later expanded into the first a series of several CD box sets in the '90s, and has also [[FollowTheLeader inspired]] countless similar compilations.
12th Nov '16 5:11:15 PM Mdumas43073
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Nearly every early garage band that made a hit was a OneHitWonder, although some bands like The Sonics, The Standells, The Seeds, and especially Music/PaulRevereAndTheRaiders were slightly luckier. (Also, major names like Music/AliceCooper, Music/TedNugent, Music/IggyPop and Music/ToddRundgren got their starts in garage bands.) The double LP ''Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era: 1965-1968'', compiled by future Music/PattiSmith Group guitarist Lenny Kaye in 1972, contains a decent amount of these hits, as well as some "deep cuts" and even novelty songs from garage and PsychedelicRock. (It was later expanded into the first of several CD box sets in the '90s.) It also [[FollowTheLeader inspired]] countless similar compilations.

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Nearly every early garage band that made a hit was a OneHitWonder, although some bands like The Sonics, The Standells, The Seeds, and especially Music/PaulRevereAndTheRaiders were slightly luckier. (Also, major names like Music/AliceCooper, Music/TedNugent, Music/IggyPop and Music/ToddRundgren got their starts in garage bands.) The double LP ''Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era: 1965-1968'', compiled by future Music/PattiSmith Group guitarist Lenny Kaye in 1972, contains a decent amount of these hits, as well as some "deep cuts" and even novelty songs from garage and PsychedelicRock. (It PsychedelicRock; it was later expanded into the first of several CD box sets in the '90s.) It also '90s, and has also [[FollowTheLeader inspired]] countless similar compilations.
12th Nov '16 5:10:35 PM Mdumas43073
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Nearly every early garage band that made a hit was a OneHitWonder, although some bands like The Sonics, The Standells, The Seeds, and especially Music/PaulRevereAndTheRaiders were slightly luckier. (Also, major names like Music/AliceCooper, Music/TedNugent, Music/IggyPop and Music/ToddRundgren got their starts in garage bands.) The double LP ''Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era: 1965-1968'', compiled by future Music/PattiSmith Group guitarist Lenny Kaye in 1972, contains a decent amount of these hits, as well as some "deep cuts" and even novelty songs from garage and PsychedelicRock. (It was later expanded into a 4-CD box set in the '90s.) It also [[FollowTheLeader inspired]] countless similar compilations.

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Nearly every early garage band that made a hit was a OneHitWonder, although some bands like The Sonics, The Standells, The Seeds, and especially Music/PaulRevereAndTheRaiders were slightly luckier. (Also, major names like Music/AliceCooper, Music/TedNugent, Music/IggyPop and Music/ToddRundgren got their starts in garage bands.) The double LP ''Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era: 1965-1968'', compiled by future Music/PattiSmith Group guitarist Lenny Kaye in 1972, contains a decent amount of these hits, as well as some "deep cuts" and even novelty songs from garage and PsychedelicRock. (It was later expanded into a 4-CD the first of several CD box set sets in the '90s.) It also [[FollowTheLeader inspired]] countless similar compilations.
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