1976 - Redd Kross - Third Eye (Cassette, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Third Eye on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - ,Atlantic - 7 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • /5(20).
  2. At the time of its release, Third Eye kind of slipped through the cracks, did not sell very well, and probably left many critics scratching their heads. Regardless of such trivialities, Redd Kross created an immensely enjoyable album that still holds up, proving the best music often transcends public acceptance and popular trends/5(18).
  3. Redd Kross - Third Eye Album Lyrics; 1. 2. (Remastered Album Version) 3. Annie's Gone: 4. Annie's Gone (Remastered Album Version) 5. Bubblegum Factory: 6. Bubblegum Factory (Remastered Album Version) 7. Debbie & Kim: 8. Debbie & Kim (Remastered Album Version) 9. Elephant Flares: Elephant Flares (Remastered Album Version) I.
  4. Explore releases from Redd Kross at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Redd Kross at the Discogs Marketplace. Redd Kross: Third Eye (Album) 25 versions: Atlantic: , 7 US: Sell This Version: 25 versions Redd Kross:
  5. He has worked with Joe Strummer and The Latino Rockabilly War, Redd Kross, Raging Slab, Spinnerette and The Les Claypool Frog Brigade. In Irons and the other members of Pearl Jam recorded and toured the Mirror Ball album with Neil Young. In , Irons released his first solo album, Attention Dimension.
  6. Producer [Additional Production Ideas] – Redd Kross Notes Some copies come in jewel case with printed review of the Third Eye album from Rolling Stone magazine and a blurb about the movie Spirit Of '76 on the other side.
  7. On February 20, , Redd Kross appeared on Episode 2 of the cult Public-access television show "Decoupage" with Summer Caprice.. In , Redd Kross signed with Atlantic Records, releasing Third Eye, and appeared with David Cassidy in the film Spirit of '76, and issued several singles, including "Annie's Gone", which had some mild success on college radio.
  8. Editors’ Notes Redd Kross’s LP Third Eye is at once the band’s most explicit celebration of '70s kitsch culture and its most calculated bid for mainstream success. Where its previous album—’s Neurotica—had been a wild and woolly ride, Third Eye is polished and genial. It might lead listeners to believe that the clean and likeable pop album is an effort at replicating the.

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