Label: Polydor - 2383-132 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock
Twink had left the band before the recording of this album. Former The Move guitarist Trevor Burton occasionally joined the band for gigs and contributes to a couple of tracks, otherwise the band is the same line up stranded in San Francisco as The Deviants in after Walk Dont Run - Pink Fairies* - What A Bunch Of Sweeties sacked vocalist Mick Farren.
The sleeve came in a gatefold cover by Edward Barkerthe front showing a box full of goodies mostly taken from roadie Boss Goodman's personal collection of underground badges etc. Rudolph's departure was generally viewed as a disaster brought about by disparate drug habits and visa problems but the trio reunited in to re-record "Do It!
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