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Artist: Budgie

Title: Best of Budgie

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Budgie Best of Budgie Album Cover

 

Category: Classic Rock

Year: 1975

Label: MCA Records (United Kingdom)

Catalog Number: MCLD 19067

Personnel

Burke Shelley bass, vocals
Tony Bourge lead guitar
Ray Phillips drums
Pete Boot drums
Steve Williams drums

Tracks

1.  Breadfan  6:09
2.  I Ain't No Mountain  3:21
3.  I Can't See My Feelings  5:54
4.  Baby Please Don't Go  5:28
5.  Zoom Club  9:54
6.  Breaking All the House Rules  7:26
7.  Parents  10:17
8.  In For the Kill  6:28
9.  In the Grip of a Tyrefitter's Hand  6:24
  
Total Running Time:  61:21

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Existing comments about this CD

From: koogles Date: May 21, 2003 at 12:18
Half of this CD is from "Never Turn Your Back on a Friend" which is perhaps Budgie's best release. Buy that album and you technically buy this one. I'm not too big on Budgie. The song titles make me chuckle, but the production is also laughable for a whole different reason. I like "Breadfan" (who doesn't?) but the rest is kind of jammy and boring for my taste. Top marks for cover art though!

From: Gar Date: May 21, 2003 at 22:58
"Breadfan" is a true classic, but the rest is merely ok. The production is quite primitive, but I guess the disc is pretty representative of what BUDGIE were like in their early days. They were never the greatest band around, but they were pretty influential to other bands(can you guess which ones?).

From: Kimbo Date: January 14, 2004 at 22:48
What about "Napoleon Bona" Parts 1 & 2, Guts, Nude Disintegrating Parachute Woman.

From: Sinner Date: February 20, 2004 at 5:12
I think Budgie are "impeckable"...a better name would have led to more luck! A classic band- just not as famous as some of the others.

From: DR DOM Date: October 8, 2004 at 19:42
Budgie is a great band that never ever got their due, what a shame.


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