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The Lollipop Shoppe

Led by singer Fred Cole, who had formerly been in the Northwest punk band the Weeds, the Lollipop Shoppe's sole album (from 1968) ranks as one of the better psych-punk LPs, and also as one of the better one-shot rock records of the late '60s. Featuring Cole's choked, bitter phrasing, the group staked out the middle ground between the Seeds (who shared the same manager) and Love, with a bit of fellow L.A. psych-punkers the Music Machine thrown in. If comparisons must be made, they were definitely closer in tone to Love than the Seeds, with a mixture of raunch and reflection in the spirit of Arthur Lee. Cole was one of the few psychedelic performers to make a contribution during the punk era, surfacing in the Portland punk band the Rats in the late '70s. ~ Richie Unterberger
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great fuzz guitar,great stuff-if you can dig the vocals.
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I saw the Weeds in Portland in 1966 (I think it was). Along with West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band. Sure this doesn't sound like much now, but you've gotta compare it to what else was on the music scene at the time.
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Go home haters. If you don't like it, don't listen. 2nd what Evil Larry said: Fred Cole, one of the best.
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j_bloodwell
i think its good
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ambrosewrite r
This is pretty garbage.
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YES THEY REEALLY SUCK!
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No mention of Dead Moon in the bio? Inexcusable!
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zappas118
Little Wayne is awesome!
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you don't understand.. . this is music you have to force yourself to like. lol
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yuck

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