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Well, I know practically nothing about the band so can't add anything except -- Didn't they also put out a 45 "Sit on my Face, Stevie Nicks"? I never found the thing, unfortunately, so don't have a copy. But I clearly remember the thing, unless I'm attaching it to the wrong band. I'll have to check my old British catalogues . . . "one of these days". Hmm, which am I gonna do first: dig through the piles of stuff in my basement, read more rock pages on Wikipedia, or listen to music? Aw, you know me too well. IanHistor 14:02, 30 June 2006 (UTC)
Oops, no, I was thinking of the Rotters. 'Sorry. IanHistor 02:08, 1 July 2006 (UTC)