Twink
Think Pink

Think Pink by Twink is the only truth in rock & roll re-releases of 2017. In no way is it like OK Computer’s captilatistic anti-anti nativity, no: Think Pink is legit for the truest who are still collecting that rare vinyl experience. The crunch psyche completely plants both feet right into a grooved plunge while everybody smelting waves of hallucinogenic vibes master the mind, composed by such a singular and all-star cast.

It’s the road trip you took in high school after learning how to drive and understanding the purest of classi rock. It’s the moment you fell in love with vinyl relived in every rotation of that needle point. It’s the blaze of glory one feels when on-stage ego still meant something and not appearing clownish. It’s the rawest of all pleasures searing into the third eye that had been shut for at least a decade. Pry open Twink’s reissue of Think Pink for a listening experience that will visualize a new story in your most temporal node with each spin. Full album stream below the details:

He recorded his first solo album, Think Pink, towards the end of his tenure with The Pretty Things. Supporting musicians were The Deviants, including Mick Farren (who produced the album), Paul Rudolph (who played guitar), Duncan ‘Sandy’ Sanderson; as well as Steve Peregrin Took (of Tyrannosaurus Rex) who contributed two of his songs; The Pretty Things’ May, Povey, Waller and Victor Unitt; Viv Prince (ex-Pretty Things); John ‘The Honk’ Lodge (Junior’s Eyes, Quiver); ‘Junior’ Wood and the enigmatic ‘Pink Fairies Motorcycle Club and All-Star Rock and Roll Band’ (the name taken from a story by Deviants manager Jamie Mandelkau, who may not have been aware of Twink’s former band).

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CHOCOLATE GRINDER is our audio/visual section, with an emphasis on the lesser heard and lesser known. We aim to dig deep, but we’ll post any song or video we find interesting, big or small.

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