Velvett Fogg: Velvett Fogg [Limited 180-Gram Silver Colored Vinyl]

Velvett Fogg SKU: 41727348
Velvett Fogg: Velvett Fogg [Limited 180-Gram Silver Colored Vinyl]

Velvett Fogg: Velvett Fogg [Limited 180-Gram Silver Colored Vinyl]

Velvett Fogg SKU: 41727348

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $37.99 Sale price $34.95
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Description

Title: Velvett Fogg [Limited 180-Gram Silver Colored Vinyl]
Label: Music on Vinyl
Product Type: VINYL LP

Limited 180gm colored vinyl LP pressing. Velvett Fogg was a psychedelic rock band hailing from Birmingham, England. Active during the late 1960's, Velvett Fogg was one of the many new bands from the Birmingham underground scene trying to take pop and rock music to a higher level of creativity. They were given a record deal by Pye Records, through which they released their first and only studio album, the self-titled Velvett Fogg. The original package was accompanied by a quote from U.K. disc jockey John Peel, who commented that 'there is a lot of good music on this record. Remember Velvett Fogg - you will hear the name again'. However, despite favorable reviews, the album didn't become as commercially successful as expected and the band soon broke up. The album has since become a much sought after title.

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