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  • 01. Flash
    02. Dave The Rave
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    COLOURED BALLS

    Flash

    [engl] COLOURED BALLS' legendary and nearly impossible to find "Flash" b/w "Dave The Rave" single from November '73 is finally back in print for the first time ever. It was originally released on EMI Australia a month ahead of their essential “Ball Power” LP. “Flash” is, of course, the cracking lead-off track on “Ball Power” and features a rare lead vocal from bassist Janis “John” Miglans. You can almost feel the air being pushed by Bobsie Millar's Strauss stacks as he rips into those opening chords right before Lobby Loyde tears into one of his trademark leads. Exclusive B-side “Dave The Rave” has never been reissued on vinyl ever!
    Format
    7" lim
    Release-Datum
    11.10.2019
     

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