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MC5 - The Big Bang! Best Of The MC5 FLAC album

Performer: MC5
Genre: Rock
Title: The Big Bang! Best Of The MC5
Released: 2000
Style: Hard Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1600 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1471 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1456 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Best of the MC5 compiles top-shelf selections. The band kicks off the jams with a hard-hitting cover of Van Morrison and Them’s raunchy staple I Can Only Give You Everything. This lo-fi demo pulses with the embryonic kick of the band’s Detroit-steeped beginnings.

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Back in the USA is the debut studio album (and second album overall, following 1969's live album Kick Out the Jams) by American rock band MC5. The central focus of the album is the band's movement away from the raw, thrashy sound pioneered and captured on their first release, the live album Kick Out the Jams (1969). This was due in part to producer Jon Landau's distaste for the rough psychedelic rock movement, and his adoration for the straightforward rock and roll of the 1950s.

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Producer – Bruce Botnick (tracks: 1 to 7), Geoffrey Haslam (tracks: 16 to 20), Jac Holzman (tracks: 1 to 7), John Sinclair (2) (tracks: 2), Jon Landau (tracks: 8 to 15), MC5 (tracks: 1, 3, 16 to 2. Remastered By – Bill Inglot, Dan Hersh. Vocals, Harmonica, Congas, Maracas – Rob Tyner

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The MC5 were poised to make history; instead, they made all the wrong moves. Their guru/manager, radical leftist John Sinclair, brought them notoriety, not only from the fans, but from cops and quarreling radical fringes. Soon, the band and their supporting circus had pissed off their record company and were banned from both New York and . Big Bang opens with rare singles, then plunges into the album selections, leaning heavily on USA. The liner notes are skimpy, and aside from the single tracks and a live "Thunder Express," there's none of the band's plentiful rarities. Yet, distilled down to a single disc, there's not an ounce of filler, either. So? Just another Sixties might-have-been?