The Explosive

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The Explosive
Origin England
Years active 1968—1971
Labels
Past members Watson T. Browne
Del Taylor

The Explosive were a psych band that released five singles[1] under the President label,[2] later releasing two singles under Plexium[3] featuring Del Taylor.

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 [4]

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 [5]

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 [6]

Appear on compilation[edit]

  • Hide and Seek: British Blue Eyed Soul 1964-1969 - Watson T. Browne & The Explosive - "I Close My Eyes" [7]
  • The Electric Asylum Volume 1 - Rare British Acid FreakRock Music - Past & Present PAPRCD2093 - The Explosive "Hey Presto, Magic Man" [8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "45 Discography for President Records – UK". Global Dog Productions. Retrieved 5 April 2017. 
  2. ^ "President in Tie with CBS". Billboard. 28 December 1968. Retrieved 3 April 2017. 
  3. ^ "The Explosive Discography". 45cat. Retrieved 4 April 2017. 
  4. ^ Global Dog Productions 45 Discography for President Records - UK
  5. ^ Tapirs PRESIDENT 7"S
  6. ^ 45 Cat The Explosive - Discography
  7. ^ Artist Direct Hide and Seek: British Blue Eyed Soul 1964-1969
  8. ^ Prog Archives The Electric Asylum Volume 1 - Rare British Acid FreakRock Music