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|11. I Don't Want To Know|
|12. I Remember When I Loved Her|
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|14. I Got My Mojo Working|
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Reissue of the British debut by the hit British Invasion act& in mono sound as the band originally intended. It features the cover art from when Decca first released the record in 1965, all 18 of the original cuts and four previously unreleased bonus tracks, alternate takes of 'Sticks And Stones' & 'It's Alright With Me', and demo versions of 'I Know She Will' & 'I'll Keep Trying'. 22 tracks total. 1999 release.
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"She's not there" and "Tell her no" are known, but "I can't make up my mind","I remember when I loved her", and "I don't want to know" are rarely heard today but very satisfying. What you are getting with all these songs is high energy, yet still melodic vocals from Mr Blunstone. These interact very well with the vagely half-witted yet strangely fitting background vocals to give a youthfull energy that was perhaps unique to baby boomers coming of age. Mr.Argent's organ playing and the great transitions keep everything hopping along. No politics or drugged out guitar solos here to spoil the fun, and fun it is.