Too Much Monkey Business - The Kinks - Kinks (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Beautiful Delilah, So Mystifying, Just Can't Go to Sleep, Long Tall Shorty, I Took My Baby Home, I'm a Lover Not a Fighter, You Really Got Me, Cadillac, Bald Headed Woman, Revenge, Too Much Monkey Business, I've Been Driving on Bald Mountain, Stop Your Sobbin', Got Love If You Want It Long Tall Sally, You Still Want Me, You Do Something to Me, It's Alright, All Day .
  2. The Kinks, an Album by The Kinks. Released in April on Hallmark (catalog no. HMA ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock & Roll, Garage Rock, Pop Rock. B4 Too Much Monkey Business Cassette Rhino / R4 You Really.
  3. Kinks is a proto-metal music album recording by THE KINKS released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes THE KINKS Kinks's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, buy online: ebay and amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by some experts, collaborators and members.
  4. Kinks, an Album by The Kinks. Released in on Castle (catalog no. CMACD ; CD). Genres: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock, Garage Rock. 11 Too Much Monkey Business Cassette Rhino / R4 You Really.
  5. Although the best of the Kinks' early work is among the best British Invasion music, their initial pair of albums was far less consistent than those of the Beatles, Stones, and compcotyhaptelrgreatelucolornite.coinfo from the great "You Really Got Me," this was a shabby, disappointing set with surprisingly thin production. As R&B cover artists, the Kinks weren't nearly as adept as the Stones and Yardbirds; Ray .
  6. The covers are much weaker aside from Chuck Berry's "Too Much Monkey Business". The vocals are one of the main problems, They sound very amateur and lack the ability to properly carry the melodies for the most part. Later the band would become one of the all time greats but here they sound unexceptional aside from the single.
  7. Mono version, with "S" etched in runouts, opposit of the matrix, indicating pressing from Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria Original Reprise, tri-color, steamboat labels: No mention of "Pop Series" on labels, as with You Really Got Me Back cover, "The hot group from England, THE KINKS, sing their smash hit, YOU REALLY GOT ME, and other great bundles from Britan".
  8. Too much monkey business, too much monkey business, Too much monkey business for me to be involved with you. Salesman talkin¹ to me tryin¹ to run me up a creek, Says you can buy it, go on try it, you can pay me next week. Too much monkey business, too much monkey business, Too much monkey business for me to be involved with you.

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