Label: Sonet - 50706 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: France • Genre: Rock • Style: Garage Rock, Power Pop, Rockabilly
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Goodbye So Long. Downloads are available as MP files. Album Notes. The Inmates were formed in North London in and soon established themselves as one of the capital's most popular live groups. Of the latter, a version of the Standells' "Dirty Water," included on the band's debut First Offence, became a hit on both sides of the Atlantic. In Barrie departed to reform the Hot Rods and Bill Hurley, fresh from the success of Footdown - The Inmates - Fast Forward solo album " Double Agent ", returned to his old position, centre stage.
Inthe leading French newspaper Liberation decided to organise a special concert in Paris as part of the Sgt Pepper 20th anniversary and set their choice on The Inmates as the band who would perform an entire concert of Beatles songs. The resulting live album rapidly acquired a cult status Footdown - The Inmates - Fast Forward Europe.
Despite their capability to write excellent original material, The Inmates have never been afraid to experiment with cover versions and make them sound as their own songs. The remastered version features three previously unreleased live tracks, including a marathon 11min version of their classic " I Thought I Heard A Heartbeat", a reminder of the band 's infectious garage rock and soul energy on stage.
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