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  1. Dschinn was a band formed in Marburg, Hessen, Germany. They released their only album in 1972 on Bacillus Records.

    They were previously known as…

  2. This outfit formed in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in the Summer of 1969. They played a sort of heavy rock music in the Black Sabbath/Alice Cooper…

  3. US rock group comprising Don Francisco (vocals, drums), Michael Stevens (guitar) and John Livingston Tunison (bass), Highway Robbery proved…

  4. Known primarily to late 60s/early 70s vinyl fanatics, Bull Angus (a name inspired by the bull farms near a barn they'd rented for rehearsals) was…

  5. Toe Fat was an English rock music band active from 1969 to 1971, notable for including two future members of Uriah Heep.
    Formed in 1969, the band…

  6. Parish Hall was a power trio from the California Bay Area. The band consisted of Gary Wagner (guitar, piano, vocals), John Haden (bass), and Steve…

  7. Poobah is progressive/psychedelic heavy rock trio from Youngstown, Ohio, formed in the early 1970s. Their lineup centres on founding member Jim…

  8. If you like bands like Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and the Stones, as well as blues, then you're going to love this hard rockin' release. These guys…

  9. Founded in Germany during the late 60's, Hairy Chapter is a solid acid-garagey-free rockin band. This is reminiscence to the most marvellous…

  10. Ainigma was a rock trio from Germany that released a single album, Diluvium in 1973. The band consisted of Willy Klüter on organ and lead vocals,…

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