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Performer: Steve Peregrine Took
Genre: Rock
Title: Lone Star
Country: Japan
Released: 2001
Style: Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1379 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1880 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1626 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 455
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release (Purple Pyramid - subdivision of Cleopatra). 2001 – Shagrat: Pink Jackets Required CD (Get Back). 2004 – Steve Took's Horns: Blow It!!! The All New Adventures Of Steve Took's Horns CD (Cherry Red Records).

Tracklist: 01. Amanda 02. Strange Sister 03. Still Yawning, Still-Born 04. Beautiful Deceiver 05. Peppermint Flickstick 06.

Steve Peregrine Took 's Shagrat (2) - Lone Star (LP). Selo:Purple Pyramid Records Cat. nº: CLO 0254. Shagrat (2) Featuring Steve Peregrin Took & Larry Wallis - Lone Star (CD, Album, RE). Selo:Purple Pyramid Cat. Condição da mídia: Mídia: Mint (M) Condição da Capa: Capa: Mint (M).

Lone Star Back Inside. Steve Peregrine Took's Shagrat - Lone Star.

Tracklist

Amanda 3:18
Strange Sister 3:02
Still Yawning, Still-Born 3:04
Beautiful Deceiver 2:47
Peppermint Flickstick 5:45
Boo! I Said Freeze 4:18
Steel Abortion 7:47

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CTCD-312 Steve Peregrine Took* 's Shagrat Steve Peregrine Took* 's Shagrat - Lone Star ‎(CD, Album) Captain Trip Records CTCD-312 Japan 2001
CTCD-312 Steve Peregrine Took* 's Shagrat Steve Peregrine Took* 's Shagrat - Lone Star ‎(CD, Album) Captain Trip Records CTCD-312 Japan 2001
CLO 0254 Shagrat Featuring Steve Peregrin Took & Larry Wallis Shagrat Featuring Steve Peregrin Took & Larry Wallis - Lone Star ‎(CD, Album, RE) Purple Pyramid CLO 0254 US 2016
CLO 0254 Steve Peregrine Took* 's Shagrat Steve Peregrine Took* 's Shagrat - Lone Star ‎(LP) Purple Pyramid Records CLO 0254 US 2016
Blackstalker
Unfortunately this release copies the error on the 'nothing exceeds like excess' 12", and the B-Side of the Amanda 7" (both on Shagrat Records) by failing to correct the slow running speed of the electric tracks - these have never been officially released at the correct speed, which makes a world of difference to the listening experience.

Vivaral
Interesting information, slimtimslide. But as we all have computers and software to modify the songs, why don't you give us some hints about the correct speed? And what makes you think or how do you know that they run at the wrong speed and were not intended like this? Thanks.