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Lose Your Mind - The Seeds - The Seeds (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Lose Your Mind Lyrics: Do you wanna lose your mind? / Leave your cares and worries behind / Do you wanna have some fun? / Tell me baby it's just begun / Tell me baby do you feel it now? / Tell me.
  2. All the great songs and lyrics from the "Raw & Alive: The Seeds in Concert at Merlin's Music Box/Rare Seeds" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource.
  3. Rare Seeds isn’t really a Seeds album per procicthedoubtbounpuworkjibturecipas.coinfo, it’s the second half of a disc called Raw & Alive/Rare Seeds, issued by Edsel Records in It was the third in a series of three Seeds CDs from Edsel that gathered most of the band’s then-available sixties stuff together – this one featured the entire Raw & Alive album (with crowd noises) plus these disparate Seeds rarities.
  4. Artist: The Seeds Title: Seeds Condition: Format: CD Release Date: Label: Ace Records UK UPC: Genre: Psychedelic/Garage Album Tracks 1. Can't Seem to Make You Mine 2. No Escape 3. Lose Your Mind 4. Evil Hoodoo 5. Girl I Want You 6. Pushin' Too Hard 7. Try to Understand GNP Crescendo 8. Nobody Spoil My Fun 9. It's a Hard Life You Can't Be Trusted Excuse, Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. The Seeds, an Album by The Seeds. Released 29 October on Big Beat (catalog no. CDWIKD ; CD). Genres: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock.
  6. Dec 19,  · song. "Lose Your Mind" was released on The Seeds’ first album in , The Seeds. It never showed up on a single anywhere but it does contribute greatly to the album’s air of punky, youthful abandon. The song features a classic garage-rocky Bo Diddley beat, but one psychedelicized by Daryl Hooper’s goofy keyboards.
  7. Of the great garage punk bands of the s, some were louder (), some were angrier (the Music Machine), and some were trippier (the 13th Floor Elevators), but few seemed like a bad influence on so many levels as the procicthedoubtbounpuworkjibturecipas.coinfo Seeds had long hair, a gloriously lamentable fashion sense, an attitude that was at once petulant and lackadaisical, and music that sounded aimless, horny, agitated, and Price: $
  8. Feb 28,  · The Seeds are one of those bands who just jumbles my brain, and it’s not because of the music so much, it’s because of the band’s demeanor, how they viewed themselves, and that they were more than willing be ‘pushin’ too hard’ to not only make a name for themselves, but keep that brand alive and a brand it was/5().
  9. From start to finish The Seeds first album is a great piece of rock and roll. Sky Saxon writes and delivers great songs that stick in your head and stay there. Simple yet fantastic rock n roll that some have said pre-dated punk music and laid the path for things to start in that vein 10 years later/5(35).

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