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Various Artists - The Complete Havoc Singles 1971-1973 41 tracks remastered

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Pressing: Australia
Year: 1971-1973
Genre: prog
Packaging: digpack



Track Listing Disc 1 JASMINE 1.Twenty Mile Zone 2.Beware Of Young Girls ASH 1.Midnight Witch 2.Warrant BILLY THORPE & THE AZTECS 1.The Dawn Song 2.Time To Live MARK JUSTIN 1.Hey Na (I Think I Love You) 2.Suzanne CHOOK 1.Cold Feet 2.Tables Turn THE WILD CHERRIES 1.I’m The Sea (Stop Killing Me) 2.Daily Planet GIL MATTHEWS 1.Little Dove 2.Gil’s Thing CARSON 1.Travelling South 2.Moonshine JASMINE 1.On The Eve Of Christmas 2.Christmas Day 3.We’re So Happy At Christmas MICHAEL TURNER IN SESSION 1.Just Around Midnight 2.Pattern Of My Life ROBBIE SNOWDEN 1.Hot Pants Sue 2.Lookin’ In The Lake Disc 2 THE AZTECS 1.Most People I Know Think That I’m Crazy 2.Regulation 3 Pufff JEFF PHILLIPS 1.Gloria 2.Come Go With Me AZTECS 1.Believe It Just Like Me 2.Get To Hell Out Of Here LOBBY LOYDE & THE COLOURED BALLS 1.Liberate Rock 2.Slowest Guitar On Earth EVERTON PARK 1.Priscilla 2.Nimble Bones STAR SPANGLED BANGER 1.Star Spangled Banger 2.Sailing LOBBY LOYDE & THE COLOURED BALLS 1.Mr. Mean Mouth 2.Love Me Girl THUMP’N PIG & PUFF’N BILLY 1.Captain Straightman 2.Bow My Head Bonus Tracks: CARSON 1.Don’t Worry (from Australian Rock 71-72) 2.They’ve Cut Down All The Trees (from A City's Child) Description Melbourne’s short-lived Havoc Records label ran from 1971 to 1973 and released landmark releases from some of Australia ’s greatest ever bands. The monster selling Aztecs Live! At Sunbury (AVSCD001), and the all-time Aztecs’ classic ‘Most People I Know Think That I’m Crazy’ were the biggest sellers, but the label also released notable platters from Lobby Loyde (with the Coloured Balls and The Wild Cherries), Carson, Thump’n Pig & Puff’n Billy, Michael Turner In Session, Ash, Chook (best Aussie band name ever?) and Star Spangled Banger. Aztecs’ drummer Gil Matthews was the house engineer / producer for Havoc and produced all nineteen singles and five albums (including his own release ‘Little Dove’ / ‘Gil’s Thing’). The label was a testament to Havoc boss Frank Smith’s eclectic taste - apart from the “Oz Rock” stable listed above, there were Jasmine’s Dory Previn covers, Robbie Snowden’s ridiculous ‘Hot Pants Sue’ and the ultra-rare soundtrack A City’s Child. The entire 1971-1973 singles are collected in this 2CD deluxe package with 2 bonus tracks from Carson and David Pickard.

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