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8 thoughts on “ Why Did You Rob Us, Tank? - Raiks Progress* - Sewer Rat Love Chant (CD)

  1. Fresno, CA 60's group. This CD incl. their sole Liberty 45 "Sewer Rat Love Chant" b/w "Why did you rob us, tank" plus ten tracks pulled from a '66 live tape incl. some punk-psych originals + covers of Them, Animals etc/5(7).
  2. Fresno, CA 60's group. This L.P. incl. their sole Liberty 45 "Sewer Rat Love Chant" b/w "Why did you rob us, tank" plus ten tracks pulled from a '66 live tape incl. some punk-psych originals + covers of Them, Animals etc/5(13).
  3. Sewer Rat Love Chant opens with the two songs that the band released as its sole single, on Liberty Records in the title track and "Why Did You Rob Us, Tank?" The minor-key "Sewer Rat Love Chant" is notable both for its affected psychedelic lyrics and novel instrumentation, revealing a clear Eastern influence.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Raik's Progress* - Sewer Rat Love Chant at Discogs. Complete your Raik's Progress* collection.4/5(20).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sewer Rat Love Chant on Discogs. Label: Liberty - F • Format: Vinyl 7 The Raik's Progress - Sewer Rat Love Chant (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(10).
  6. Feb 13,  · The Raik's Progress‎ (U.S) Sewer Rat Love Chant / Why Did You Rob Us, Tank? - 7'' - Label: Liberty ‎ (F).
  7. Jan 17,  · The Raik's Progress made just one garage-psychedelic single, "Why Did You Rob Us, Tank?"/"Sewer Rat Love Chant," in Though the song titles might lead you to believe the group dealt in weirdness along the lines of early Mothers of Invention or the Red Krayola, actually the songs were not as strange lyrically as the titles seemed to portend.
  8. The Raik's Progress made just one garage-psychedelic single, "Why Did You Rob Us, Tank?"/"Sewer Rat Love Chant," in Though the song titles might lead you to believe the group dealt in weirdness along the lines of early Mothers of Invention or the Red Krayola, actually the songs were not as strange lyrically as the titles seemed to portend.

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