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Best of Gong

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Radio gnome
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You Can Kill Me
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Fohat Digs Holes in Space
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Tried So Hard
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Radio gnome invisible
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Flying Teapot
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I Never Glid Before
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Masterbuilder
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A Sprinkling of Glouds
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Tic toc
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Deep in the Sky
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White Neckblues
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Chrysler Rose
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 78:03

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The Major League

kaibloom

It is a pleasure to find Gong on this site and that such an excellent compilation is available. A band that set a standard in Rock of amazing aural gifts and humour that can be enjoyed in a field or an armchair depending on where your teapot is located.

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What's freedom babe?

patchwork cat

you don't know? If you really don't know early 70's Gong this isn't a bad place to start. If you have the Verging releases from the early 70's and 1971's Daevid Allen/Superstar-line-up Banana Moon (first released hear on Virgin's short lived budget 'Caroline' label) then may i recommend from Dashiel Hedayat's 1971 'Obsolete' album (music by Gong) an ex-cert herein called 'Chrysler Rose'. Rarest Gong, i would say.

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