A Taste Of Pink
Early 80's take on 60s psych and garage dragging 60's R&B into the post-punk era.

A Taste Of Pink

The Prisoners

€ 29,95
  • LP
Big Beat Records
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The Prisoners with their rough-hewn take on 60s psych and garage make them one of the great "lost" bands of the 1980s.

Originally issued in 1982 and understandably rough at the edges, A Taste Of Pink! is bone-juddering fare. The central pairing of guitarist/blue-eyed soul screamer Graham Day and valve-compressed organist James Taylor drag ’60s R&B and US basement squall into the post-punk era.



  • 1.Better In Black02:25
  • 2.A Taste Of Pink02:17
  • 3.Maybe I Was Wrong02:37
  • 4.Creepy Crawlies02:09
  • 5.There Can't Be A Place02:52
  • 6.Pretend03:40


  • 1.Coming Home02:30
  • 2.Threw My Heart Away03:10
  • 3.Come To The Mushroom02:26
  • 4.Till The Morning Light03:09
  • 5.Say Your Prayers02:25
  • 6.Don't Call My Name03:17


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