Golden Earrings: On The Double [Limited Red Colored Vinyl]

Golden Earrings SKU: 40177205
Golden Earrings: On The Double [Limited Red Colored Vinyl]

Golden Earrings: On The Double [Limited Red Colored Vinyl]

Golden Earrings SKU: 40177205

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $37.99 Sale price $31.15

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Artist: Golden Earrings
Title: On The Double [Limited Red Colored Vinyl]
Product Type: VINYL LP

Double 180gm red vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket. Includes insert. Golden Earring's On The Double was the band's first double album, released in January 1969. It contains 19 tracks varying from poppy songs and acoustics to their well-known heavier rock tracks. The album includes the band's first piano based ballad simply entitled 'The Grand Piano'. However, most people will know this album for the song 'Just A Little Bit Of Peace In My Heart', which reached #2 in the singles chart in their homeland The Netherlands. The band was charging like a mad bull through venues all over the country and started to gain attention from countries all over the globe. This is when it started to get really serious for the band.

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