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  1. This album is dominated inspired and catchy R&B tracks. It's well-deserved that the band got the reputation of being one of the very first punk-rock bands. But they also were capeable doing nice ballads; on this album "Our Love Will Still be There" and "Jingle Jangle" are good examples of this/5(4).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Wild Thing on Discogs. Label: Fontana - T.L.,Fontana - TL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: France • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Garage Rock, Blues Rock/5(10).
  3. The first two British Troggs LPs are combined onto one disc on this track CD, with the addition of historical liner notes. Four of the cuts off From Nowhere, and more than half of Trogglodynamite, never came out in the U.S., and collectors have sometimes wondered why Trogglodynamite in particular was not more heavily represented on compilations or reissues/5(19).
  4. Our Love Will Still Be There Lyrics: I believe that in years to come / When the mountains have crumbled to dust / And all the oceans have all run dry / And the cars in the street turn to rust.
  5. The Troggs' debut British LP was substantially different, and distinctly inferior to, their first American long-player (), although eight of the songs appear on both tecamlonanphobagoocompmanhagiti.xyzinfo tracks unique to the British edition are all covers: "Ride Your Pony" and the obscure "The Kitty Cat Song" (both taken from Lee Dorsey), "Louie Louie," and Chuck Berry's "Jaguar and Thunderbird.".
  6. A double-CD, track box set that proves there was a lot more to The Troggs than "Wild Thing" and "Love Is All Around." This archetypally primitive British Invasion quartet scored many hits in the U.K. that barely dented the charts in the U.S., like "With A Girl Like You," "Night Of The Long Grass," and the notoriously racy "I Can't Control Myself.".
  7. But this album has a lot more. It's a perfect album. Proto-punk like Wild Thing fits nicely alongside beautiful, heartbreaking pop ballads like Our Love Will Still Be There, fun little ditties like Hi Hi Hazel, typical swaggering 60s garage sound like The Jaguar and the Thunderbird, and jingle jangle pop like Jingle Jangle It's all there, folks!
  8. This set collects the half-dozen or so EPs that the Troggs released for Fontana Records during their peak commercial run in the mid- to late '60s, and while the group's biggest hits are here, including their signature caveman stomper "Wild Thing" (written by Chip Taylor and featuring an improbable ocarina solo), the pop gem "With a Girl Like You." and the breezy ballad "Love Is All Around.

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