Saturday, June 23, 2007

Flied Egg-Dr. Siegel's Fried Egg Shooting Machine

1972 Japan Progressive Hard Rock

ive had this one for some time
and it took some time to find a complete version of this album on
slsk,because most versions i found were incomplete
so here's the full 10 track album.
note:if some one has their second album Goodbye at a bitrate higher than
128 kbits (if possible 160/192/320 kbits)



Reissue of the first Flied Egg album, originally issued by Japanese Vertigo in 1972. An offshoot of the short-lived Strawberry Path, Flied Egg were a trio of Shigeru Narumo (guitar, keyboards), Hiro Tsunoda (drums, vocals) and Masayoshi Takanaka (bass). They played a hogwash of progressive hard rock with pop-like flourishes all featuring English vocals.
the album have a very nice psuedo Dali-cover painting. And what band to ever appear on the Vertigo roster had a better name than Flied Egg?
-forcedexposure.com

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