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|Origin||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Past members||Chuck Butler, Dave Anderson, Freddie Fields, Jack Emerick, Sonny Lathrop|
The Starfires was an American garage rock band from Los Angeles, that is best known for one of the most sought-after singles of the mid-1960s, "I Never Loved Her", which can command prices of $1000 or more (although reproductions of the single are also available). This is not the same band as the Starfires of Cleveland, the predecessor band to the Outsiders.
- "Linda" b/w "I Never Loved Her"; G.I. Records (#4001); released May 1965
- "There's Still Time"; Yardbird Records (#4005); 1965
- "The Hardest Way:' Yardbird Records (#4006); July 1966
- "I Never Loved Her"
- Pebbles, Volume 8 (LP)
- Pebbles, Volume 8 (CD)
- Essential Pebbles, Volume 1 (CD)
- Best of Pebbles, Volume 3 (LP and CD)
- Psychedelic Unknowns, Volume 1 (LP)
- Psychedelic Unknowns, Volume 2 (LP)
- Highs in the Mid-Sixties, Volume 1 (LP)
- Mondo Frat Dance Bash A Go Go (CD)
- "Cry for Freedom"
- Pebbles, Volume 9 (CD)
- "There's Still Time"
- Basementville USA! (LP)
- Acid and Flowers (CD)
- "You Done Me Wrong"
- Psychedelic Unknowns, Volume 3 (LP) – second edition
- Psychedelic Unknowns, Volume 3 (CD)
- "The Hardest Way"
- You're Playing with Fire (LP)
- Trip in Tyme, Volume 1 (CD)
- "Searchin' for Shakes" on-line database, Ugly Things fanzine.
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