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Marc Bolan & T.Rex - Zinc Alloy And The Hidden Riders Of Tomorrow (1974) (Vinyl) FLAC (tracks)
Artist: Marc Bolan & T.Rex | Album: Zinc Alloy And The Hidden Riders Of Tomorrow | Label: Odeon | Catalog #: EOP-80991 | Released: 1974 | Genre: Pop Rock, Glam Rock | Country: England | Duration: 00:45:27

By late 1973, Marc Bolan's star was waning fast. No longer gunning out those effortless classics which established him as the most important figure of the decade so far, he embarked instead on a voyage of musical discovery, which cast him so far adrift from the commercial pop mainstream that when his critics said he'd blown it, he didn't even bother answering them back. Or that's the way it appeared at the time, and today, too, it must be acknowledged that 1974's Zinc Alloy & the Hidden Riders of Tomorrow is not classic Bolan, even if one overlooks the transparency of its title. After all, hadn't Bowie already done the Fictional Someone & the Somethings from Somewhere routine? Indeed he had, as his fans kept remarking at the time, and when the knives began slashing Zinc Alloy to shreds, that was one of the fiercest wounds. Time, however, has healed almost all of them. Indeed, hindsight proves that, far from losing his muse, Bolan's biggest sin was losing his once-impeccable sense of occasion. The world wasn't ready for this latest T. Rex, and the fact that it wasn't interested in the old T. Rex either is just another object lesson in the fabled fickleness of pop fans. How faulty was Bolan's timing, though? As it transpired, he was out by no more than a year, maybe less than six months. The era of disco was coming, and with it the wholesale transformation of a wealth of rocking talents. But while David Bowie was barely dreaming of young Americans' fame, and Bryan Ferry was still road testing the pharmaceutical properties of l'amour, Bolan was up to his neck in American radio, pulling out an album which exceeded his assumed capabilities no less than it shot right over the heads of the kids who once bought all his hits. "The Groover," the spring 1973 single which many regarded as the first sign of Bolan's fall from grace, marked the birth of this new fascination, a simple but solid slab of funk-inflected rock which did, indeed, groove. (The track is one of five bonus tracks appended to the album's Edsel reissue).


A1. - Venus Loon (3:03)
A2. - Sound Pit (2:51)
A3. - Explosive Mouth (2:28)
A4. - Galaxy (1:50)
A5. - Change (2:47)
A6. - Nameless Wildness (3:07)
A7. - Teenage Dream (5:03)
B1. - Liquid Gang (3:18)
B2. - Carsmile Smith & The Old One (3:16)
B3. - You've Got To Jive To Stay Alive - Spanish Midnight (2:35)
B4. - Intersteller Soul (3:28)
B5. - Painless Persuasion & The Meathawk Immaculate (3:29)
B6. - The Avengers (Superbad) (4:32)
B7. - The Leopards Featuring Gardenia & The Mighty (3:39)

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