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Outcast - The Animals - Animalisms (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Not to be confused with a completely different U.K. Animals LP titled Animalisms, the American Animalism represented a major transition for the band, which had recently rebelled against their original producer Mickie Most and against the outside material that they felt misrepresented their raw-nerved essence/5(35).
  2. Animalisms, an Album by The Animals. Released in June on Decca (catalog no. LK / SKL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: British Rhythm & Blues, British Blues. Featured peformers: Eric Burdon (vocals), Dave Rowberry (keyboards), Hilton Valentine (guitar), Chas Chandler (bass).
  3. 22 rows · This is a very nice collection because this CD holds the complete Animalism album that was .
  4. Outcast Lyrics: Girl, what have I done? / For you to mistreat me this way / I'm left out of everything / Each and every day / I'm just an outcast / I don´t know how long I'm goin' to last / Lord.
  5. Animalisms, an Album by The Animals. Released in on Repertoire (catalog no. REP ; CD). Genres: British Rhythm & Blues, British Blues.
  6. The original 12 tracks from Decca LP sound like hell. Echo, fake stereo; a royal mess. The remainder of CD sounds good. Still awaiting a decent CD reissue of the LP, in meantime still listen to old LP .
  7. This tremendous CD (25 tracks with a running time of ) contains the entirety of the Animals' third British LP "Animalisms" () and adds the tracks that appeared on the related US LP titled "Animalization" [peak of #20 on the Billboard album chart], as well as as a couple from their subsequent US LP release "Animalism" (the transcontinental name shifts can be a bit confusing) plus all /5(15).
  8. Culled from sessions for a UK album - "Animalisms" - with the addition of some hot '66 singles, this US only album bettered its British counterpart by a country mile. Produced by Tom Wilson, who also helmed sessions by Dylan, the Velvet Underground & Frank Zappa, this album found the Animals abandoning their poppier past for harder edged material/5(5).

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