Solarflares: Can Satisfy You

Solarflares SKU: 35542193
Solarflares: Can Satisfy You

Solarflares: Can Satisfy You

Solarflares SKU: 35542193

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Can Satisfy You
Artist: Solarflares
Label: Damaged Goods
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5020422048119
Genre: Rock

The 'official bootleg', as Allan calls it, namely "Can Satisfy You", which the band put out on their Own Up label in 2003. Is this collection of live and studio cuts less than essential? Is it bollocks... no drop in quality, when it comes to corkers like the 'electric' version of "Miles Away" with Parsley's killer organ that turns it into a mid-60s club soul classic, or on the slew of dynamite covers, which tell you more about where their heads were/are at better than anything I can write ya, including Wimple Winch's "Save My Soul", Ramones' "Glad to See You Go", Fire's "Father's Name is Dad" and the Sharon Tandy/Fleur de Lys/Rupert's People classic, "Hold On", the latter with Parsley on vocals, sounding like Don Fardon's big bruvva! So there you go, yer lucky buggers. Another three slices in the (thankfully) continuing history of properly unproper British rock'n'soul. As the Damned used to say, "Play it at your sister." And if you're an only child, well

1.1 Inside of a Dream
1.2 Valerie
1.3 Save My Soul
1.4 Miles Away
1.5 Creepy Crawlies
1.6 Satisfy You
1.7 Get It Together
1.8 Sucking Out My Insides
1.9 Glad to See You Go
1.10 Open Your Eyes
1.11 Just Wanna Be Bad
1.12 Father's Name Is Dad
1.13 Hold on
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