Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Moondogs: Imposter (1981)


The Moondogs (whose pop-glam-punk sound was discussed previously HERE) final single, 1981's "Impostor" b/w "Baby Snatcher", was produced by Ray Davies, which didn't make the band sound any more like the Kinks. However, thanks to the trade-off vocals and Barrett's big beats it does sound like the band was jonesing to work with 70's bubblegum god Mike Chapman.



Also, if you want to hear the band's Peel Sessions go visit Gobshyte! For the rest of MRML's series on The Moondogs go HERE!



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5 comments:

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    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?gfhngl31kyb3hhg

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  2. Thanks for the moondogs! You're no imposter, Jeffen...

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  3. Sure not!! thansk for the Moondogs: I haven't heard 'em before!

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  4. There was also a promo CD single in 2003 "Getting off in Amsterdam" & "Everydaythings"

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  5. Dee Dee
    Aw shucks...

    Danile
    Enjoy!

    bristolboy
    Thanks for keeping me up to speed on all the discogrphical specificities!

    (my computer hated both those words)

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