Disposable (album)

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Disposable
Studio album by The Deviants
Released 1968
Recorded September 1968; Morgan Studios, London
Genre Garage Rock
Label Stable Records - SLP7001
Producer Mick Farren, Stephen Sparkes
The Deviants chronology
Ptooff!
(1967)
Disposable
(1968)
The Deviants 3
(1969)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Disposable is a 1968 album by the UK underground group The Deviants.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Somewhere to Go" (Mick Farren, Duncan Sanderson)
  2. "Sparrows and Wires" (Sid Bishop, Stephen Sparkes)
  3. "Jamie's Song" (Mick Farren, Russ Hunter)
  4. "You've Got to Hold On" (Mick Farren, Russ Hunter, Sid Bishop)
  5. "Fire in the City" (Mick Farren, Duncan Sanderson)
  6. "Let's Loot the Supermarket" (Mick Farren)
  7. "Pappa Oo Mao Mao" (Al Frazier, Carl White, Sonny Harris, Turner Wilson Jr.)
  8. "Slum Lord" (Mick Farren, Sid Bishop)
  9. "Blind Joe McTurk's Last Session" (Mick Farren)
  10. "Normality Jam" (Dennis Hughes, Duncan Sanderson, M.J. McDonnell, Russ Hunter)
  11. "Guaranteed to Bleed" (Duncan Sanderson, Tony Ferguson)
  12. "Sidney B. Goode" (Sid Bishop)
  13. "Last Man" (Mick Farren)

Personnel[edit]

  • Mick Farren – Vocals
  • Sid Bishop – Guitar
  • Duncan Sanderson – Bass
  • Russell Hunter – Drums

with:

  • Dennis Hughes, Tony Ferguson - Organ
  • Dick Heckstall-Smith - Brass arrangement
  • David "Boss" Goodman - Vocals
  • M.J. McDonnell - Harmonica
  • Pete Brown - Trumpet
  • Andy Johns - Engineer

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