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  1. Apr 30,  · Surprisingly, the album actually holds together pretty well. There are some of the Standells best recordings here, including "Can't Help But Love You", "Try It", "Barracuda", "All Fall Down" and "Riot on Sunset Strip". The original ten track album is /5(3).
  2. Oct 30,  · The Very Best Of The Standells Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Geffen*); Music Sales (Publishing), BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., Warner Chappell, BMG .
  3. The Standells' final studio album is a mixed effort, despite the outstanding title track. The early Pink Floyd-like "All Fall Down," "Barracuda," and especially "Riot on Sunset Strip" are top-notch pop-punk, but the record is weighed down by some ill-chosen soul covers and some weak pop material. The CD reissue adds five rare but unremarkable bonus tracks, including outtakes and a non-LP single.4/
  4. Dec 07,  · ballanaranuadakelvgukree.infoinfoet A: The Standells - Try It B: The Standells - Poor Shell Of A Man Label: Tower Records Year: USA garage rock, beat.
  5. The Standells band name was created by Larry Tamblyn, derived from standing around booking agents' offices trying to get work. In early , drummer Benny King joined the group, and as "the Standels", their first major performance was in Honolulu at the Oasis ballanaranuadakelvgukree.infoinfo: Garage rock, proto-punk.
  6. The Standells' first hit single was Dirty Water, which reached #11 on the Billboard charts on June 11, Other hits included Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White, Why Pick On Me, Riot On Sunset Strip (about the riots resulting from police attacks on hippies), and Try It.
  7. Aug 15,  · If that hick from Texas (forgot his name) didn't own the radio airwaves back in , The Standells would have scored a major hit with Try It. A great song, and I never get tired of hearing it. It was climbing quickly in most markets and was unfortunately shot down by this guy because he banned it from the airwaves/5(4).
  8. Jun 29,  · This statement could be a release for Dodd since he was incubated in the Micky Mouse club.. probably was through some nasty stuff as a child and could also be connected to why they wanted to put this album under, aside from the sexual connetation of "Try It" which could be interpreted a few ways, and really is the most lacklustre track on the /5(37).

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