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9 thoughts on “ T. Rex - Electric Warrior (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Make Offer - T. REX "Electric Warrior" Vinyl LP - Original Reprise RS - VG+ / VG- Electric Warrior T. Rex Vinyl Reprise Records Marc Bolan $
  2. The album that essentially kick-started the U.K. glam rock craze, Electric Warrior completes T. Rex's transformation from hippie folk-rockers into flamboyant avatars of trashy rock & roll. There are a few vestiges of those early days remaining in the acoustic-driven ballads, but Electric Warrior spends most of its time in a swinging, hip-shaking groove powered by Marc Bolan's warm electric guitar/
  3. Electric Warrior, an Album by T. Rex. Released 21 April on Rhino (catalog no. R7 ; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Glam Rock/5(4).
  4. Jun 29,  · Great album rediscovered Bought this album on cassette back in , this sounds so much better! The title track is the best song here in my opinion, its a different sound to Electric Warrior yes, but is no less important in the the monsringlessgecgena.guihylumtosoforneulafpelemaco.infoinfo catalogue.
  5. 13 rows · Find T. Rex discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Fronted by the flamboyant Marc .
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  7. A revisit of this album is a testimony to the durability of Electric Warrior. While the obvious highlight is the huge American hit “Get It On,” re-titled “Bang A Gong” stateside, there are other strong upbeat moments. His last heavy involvement with T. Rex was the album Tanx and that album marked the beginning of the end. While the.
  8. They've now reissued monsringlessgecgena.guihylumtosoforneulafpelemaco.infoinfo's Electric Warrior, Electric Warrior wouldn't be the same album with the meaty tone of The Slider, with all its shadows and doubt chased away or ignored.
  9. Electric Warrior is the sixth studio album by English glam rock act T. Rex (being the second album under the name “T. Rex”, with the first four billed as “Tyrannosaurus Rex”). It was released on 24 September by record label Fly in the UK and Reprise in the US.

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