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  1. Yozshuzshura Reply

    Release of an Oath is the fourth studio album credited to The Electric Prunes, released in It was composed and arranged by David Axelrod, and band members played little part in its recording. The work follows the musical pattern of their Mass in F Minor, also composed by Axelrod. The liner notes describe the album as a rock music setting of a service intended to Genre: Psychedelic rock.

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    Label: Reprise Records - RSLP • Series: Pop Series • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock The Electric Prunes - Release Of An Oath (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(11).

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    Release Of An Oath ( gram vinyl) Artist: Electric Prunes Label: Reprise Orig. Released: Catalog No.: LPREPR Condition: Sealed-Reissue Format: LP () Retail Price: $ (0 available) Quantity: add to cart Description * Produced by David Axelrod, LP with the hands on the cover, late 's psychedlic/religious experience for the.

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    Starting with their self-titled release featuring "I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)," The Electric Prunes made four fantastic albums for the Reprise label in the space of two years, but by the time they made Release of an Oath, the last of the four, not a single member of the original band was left. But two key individuals were.

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    The Electric Prunes: Release of an Oath (Limited Maroon with White Splatter Vinyl Edition) LP Starting with their self-titled release featuring “I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night),” The Electric Prunes made four fantastic albums for the Reprise label in the space of two years, but by the time they made Release of an Oath, the last of.

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    Starting with their self-titled release featuring “I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night),” The Electric Prunes made four fantastic albums for the Reprise label in the space of two years, but by the time they made Release of an Oath, the last of the four.

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    Starting with their self-titled release featuring "I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)", The Electric Prunes made four fantastic albums for the Reprise label in the space of two years, but by the time they made Release Of An Oath, the last of the four, not a single member of the original band was left.

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