Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Chicory Tip

Finally all those sugary, ooey gooey, bubble gum goopy, glam hits from Chicory Tip, a band you have never heard of, compiled into one easy to manage CD. The party starts now.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

What is this I don't even...
I'm only downloading this because I trust you. God only knows what I'm about to hear.

Robert said...

Best fucking thing I've heard in weeks. I think I saw a brief mention of these guys in the "Bubblegum Music Is The Naked Truth" book (maybe?), and promptly forgot the name. Thanks for this.

The Thing That Should Not Be said...

So Chicory Tip aren't very well known over there? Does that mean you've been spared hearing 'Son of My Father' about a million times? You lucky sods.

Kai said...

Hey you guys, it's Chicory Tip!

The Typing Monkey said...

This past August I was spinning their cover of Giorgio Moroder's "Son of My Father" at least a couple times a day.

Thanks for this, and for all the good music.

wild wood flower said...

Just by the outfits and facepaint it is worth a download. The 70s wins again.

Aesop said...

Americans are generally unaware of the Chicory Tip. I guess maybe you all have never had to endure Captain and Tenille?

Anonymous said...

i would take captain and tenille over having to hear that godawful "youre still the one,were still havin fun,and youre still the one" song

W. said...

Why does the guy on the far right have no makeup on? He looks like he is being interviewed by the news.

Grk! said...

Here's a Britglam band that didn't quite make it:
http://bovverboogie.blogspot.com/2009/09/iron-virgin-st.html
Stompin' stuff.

Billy Ray Sinus said...

Check out some of their videos on Youtube - the singer had the ultimate double/triple layer feather haircut...LOL

Anonymous said...

Indica came out during the 70s in Holland. Have about 3 Rizlas before listening Captain & Tennile, although love will keep us together was fun on 8-track with Bob Welch and the Allman Brothers in mom & pops collection.

Dr. Pete said...

Holy crap! I can't get this stuff out of my head, and now, it's competing with the French synthwave posted in recent weeks.

Anonymous said...

this is pretty terrific. I'm loving the cover of "lodi" too.

BATMAN said...

I hate this.