Poisoned Electrick Head - Drink Me album download
|4||20th Century Man / President's Reply|
|6||Dream Of Me|
NotesOriginally released as an audio tape; 'Poisoned Electrick Head - Drink Me' in 1988. cat. no. HEAD CASS 003. All songs recorded on the Dead Fly 4-track December 1986 - June 1987. All recorded material © Poisoned Electic (sic) Head 1986, 1987 & 2000. No infringement of copyright intended.
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|Head Cass 003||Poisoned Electrick Head||Drink Me (Cass, Album, Ltd)||Dead Fly Records||Head Cass 003||UK||1987|
Drink Me is the debut release by the English psychedelic rock band Poisoned Electrick Head. Drink Me was released as a cassette-only mini-album on the band's own Dead Fly label. Several songs would be reissued on or re-recorded for subsequent releases: "20th Century Man/President's Reply" for the band's formal debut album and both "Dorothy" and "Head Song" for the Unmistakeably Rainbow Trout cassette album. All songs by Poisoned Electrick Head).
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Many Poisoned Electrick Head tracks also experimented with ambient electronic passages, dropped-in samples and dub techniques. Poisoned Electrick Head formed when seven musicians in the St Helens area opted to join forces . The band's first release was the 1986 cassette-only mini-album Drink Me, followed three years later by the "Trickeroo/Cap of Flies" single. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Poisoned Electrick Head built up a fiercely devoted live following in their hometown and in other parts of the UK.
Poisoned Electrick Head (PEH) is an English psychedelic indie rock/punk band formed in 1986 in St Helens, Merseyside, England. The band's name is taken from the final words sung by Vivian Stanshall in the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band track, "My Pink Half of the Drainpipe".