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The Fugs - The Fugs First Album flac album
  • Performer The Fugs
  • Title The Fugs First Album
  • Date of release 1966
  • Country US
  • Style Psychedelic Rock, Avantgarde, Garage Rock
  • Other formats AIFF ASF AA MIDI AHX AC3 TTA
  • Genre Rock / Blues / World & Folk & Country
  • Size MP3 1835 mb
  • Size FLAC 1123 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 470

In 1965, the album charted on Billboard's "Top Pop Albums" chart. The album was originally released in 1965 as The Village Fugs Sing Ballads of Contemporary Protest, Point of Views, and General Dissatisfaction on Folkways Records before the band signed up with ESP-Disk, who released the album under its own label with a new name in 1966

First Album Back + OB. ng. First Album Booklet Cover. First Album Booklet Inside. First Album Front + OB. First Album Sheet Back Center. First Album Sheet Back Left. First Album Sheet Back Right. First Album Sheet Front Center. First Album Sheet Front Left.

The Fugs Second Album - Студийный альбом от The Fugs. В альбом вошло 20 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:12:47. THE FUGS- We're The Fugs. The Fugs - Slum Goddess (Live At Filmore East 1968). The Fugs - New Amphetamine Shriek HD. The Fugs - Kill For Peace. The Fugs - Saran Wrap (Live At Filmore East 1968). The Fugs - I Couldn't Get High (Live Filmore East 1968).

A loping, ridiculous, and scabrous release, the Fugs' debut mashed everything from folk and beat poetry to rock and rhythm & blues - all with a casual disregard for sounding note perfect, though not without definite goals in mind. Actually compiled from two separate sessions originally done for Folkways Records, and with slightly different lineups as a result, it's a short but utterly worthy release that pushed any number of 1964-era buttons at once (and could still tick off plenty of people).

The Fugs First Album is the debut album of The Fugs, released in 1964 and re-released in 1965. This album marked the birth of Alternative Rock as they were the first rock band who didn't operate in the mainstream but were more or less forced to work as an underground music act because of their subject matter. The Fugs were a bunch of thirtysomething beat poets who decided to start their own band. In a sense they could be categorized as Folk Music, because they covered poems by Algernon Charles Swinburne and William Blake and wrote anti-war protest songs. However, their songs were far more anti-authoritarian and politically direct than most folk protest singers of the time.

I had this album and The Fugs Second Album in the LP collection I inherited from my older brother who bought them when they were first issued.

Artists The Fugs The Fugs First Album. The Fugs First Album The Fugs. The Fugs First Album. This album has an average beat per minute of 110 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 75/141 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Fugs First Album.

Album, 1967, ESP Disk. 2. New Amphetamine Shriek. 4. The Ten Commandments. 5. Hallucination Horrors. 6. I Command the House of the Devil. Man. 8. Coca Cola Douche. 9. My Bed Is Getting Crowded. 11. I Saw the Best Minds of My Generation Rot. Узнать больше. The Exorcism of the Grave of Senator Joseph McCarthy. A Medley from the Fugs' First Concert: The Ten Commandments, Swinburne Stomp. Electromagnetic Steamboat - The Reprise Recordings.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Slum Goddess
Written-By – Ken Weaver
A2 Ah! Sunflower, Weary Of Time
Written-By – Ed Sanders, William Blake
A3 Supergirl
Written-By – Tuli Kupferberg
A4 Swinburne Stomp
Written-By – A.C. Swinburne, Ed Sanders
A5 I Couldn't Get High
Written-By – Ken Weaver
B1 How Sweet I Roamed From Field To Field
Written-By – Ed Sanders, William Blake
B2 Seize The Day
Written-By – Tuli Kupferberg
B3 My Baby Done Left Me
Written-By – Ed Sanders
B4 Boobs A Lot
Written-By – Steve Weber
B5 Nothing
Music By [Melody] – TraditionalWords By – Tuli Kupferberg

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – United International

Credits

  • Art Direction – Jay Dillon
  • Bass Guitar – John Anderson
  • Drums – Ken Weaver
  • Guitar – Steve Weber, Vinny Leary
  • Guitar, Fiddle, Harmonica – Pete Stampfel*
  • Mastered By – DBH*
  • Photography By – David Gahr
  • Producer [Production Superviser] – Harry Smith
  • Tambourine, Maracas – Ed Sanders, Tuli Kupferberg
  • Vocals [Vocals By All] – The Fugs

Notes

The Fugs On ESP DISK" within the artwork. No Broadside info on front cover.

Recorded in April and July of 1965 in New York City.

Tracks A4, B3, B5 are Dual track monophonic

ESP - DISK'
156 5th Avenue
New York 10010

PRINTED IN U S A

Cat # ESP 1018 appears on the label, front and rear covers, top-right.
Cat # 1018 appears on the spine.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Etched): ESPS 1018 A ORT-3 [DBH]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Etched): ESPS 1018 B ORT-3 [DBH]
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BR 304 The Village Fugs* Sing Ballads Of Contemporary Protest, Point Of Views, And General Dissatisfaction ‎(LP, Tip) Broadside Records BR 304 US 1965
1018, ESP 1018 The Fugs The Fugs First Album ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE) ESP Disk, ESP Disk 1018, ESP 1018 US 1966
1018, ESP 1018 The Fugs The Fugs First Album ‎(LP, Album, RE) ESP Disk, ESP Disk 1018, ESP 1018 US 1974
ESP 1018 The Fugs The Fugs First Album ‎(LP, Album, RE) ESP Disk ESP 1018 US Unknown
ESPS 1018, ESP 1018 The Fugs The Fugs First Album ‎(LP, Album, RE) Base Record, Base Record ESPS 1018, ESP 1018 Italy Unknown