The Explosive

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The Explosive
Origin England
Genres rock, soul, Reggae
Years active 1960's
Labels President, Plexium
Past members Watson T. Browne, Del Taylor( john truelove)

The Explosive were a psych band that released around five singles under their own name plus some singles featuring Watson T. Browne and another with Del Taylor. One of those collaborating artists, Watson T. Browne would later find success in Europe in the 1980s.[1]

Discography[edit]

Watson T. Browne and the Explosive[edit]

  • "Some Loving" / "Home Is Where Your Heart Lies" - President PT 207 - 1968
  • "Crying All Night" / "I Close My Eyes" - President PT 221 - 1968 [2]

The Explosive With Del Taylor[edit]

  • "Im Gonna Use What I Got To Get What I Need" / "Am I A Fool ?" - President PT 286 - 1970 [3]

The Explosive[edit]

  • "Who Planted Thorns In Miss Alice's Garden" / "Get My Kicks From Living" - President PT 262 - 1969
  • "Cities Make The Country Colder" / "Step Out Of Line" - President PT 244 - 1969
  • "This Ain't The Road To Freedom" / "Today Is Today" - President PT 302 - 1970
  • "Love Doesn't Come Easy" / "See You In The Morning" - Plexium PXM 24 - 1971
  • "Hey Presto, Magic Man" / "Get It Together" - Plexium PXM 20 - 1971 [4]

john truelove drummer with the explosive and later was t rex drummer also can be found on syndicats recordings.

Appear on compilation[edit]

  • Hide and Seek: British Blue Eyed Soul 1964-1969 - Watson T. Browne & The Explosive - "I Close My eyes" [5]
  • The Electric Asylum Volume 1 - Rare British Acid FreakRock Music - Past & Present PAPRCD2093 - The Explosive "Hey Presto, Magic Man" [6]

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