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Holland is the nineteenth studio album by the American rock group The Beach Boys, released in January 1973. It was famously (and expensively) recorded in Baambrugge, Netherlands over the summer of 1972 using a reconstructed studio sent from home, and with two Brian Wilson tracks rush-recorded in Los Angeles and added to the album at the last minute.

Just as Carl and the Passions – "So Tough" was coming to print, The Beach Boys, at manager Jack Rieley's urging, decided to… read more



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  • epic
  • It amazes me this album got lost in the shuffle. It is incredible. I remember having a hard time finding it when it came out in the early 70's. I love every song on it.
  • super great!!
  • wholeheartedly concur with ascrodin and Lowbacca
  • so good it's beyond me. more people should know HOLLAND, less people should praise PET SOUNDS. the praise ought to be scattered over much more beach boys albums.
  • How does one go about fixing this tracklist? And how do "Mt. Vernon" and "Fairway" have listeners?
  • I just discovered this album. Its amazing.
  • My favourite BB album.
  • A sadly ignored collection of coherent songs that capture the introspective feeling of a sixties group tackling a new decade. I have always loved it

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