The Zombies: Time Of The Zombies
Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, May 1974
THANKS TO THE SUCCESS of Argent, Colin Blunstone, and the 'Monster Mash', the long-neglected Zombies are again coming to light. London's fluke smash with the resuscitated Bobby 'Boris' Pickett record last year prompted the reissue of 'She's Not There' and the first Zombies album. Argent and Blunstone have both had hits in England, and so Time of The Zombies, expertly and entertainingly assembled by leading archivist Pete Frame, came out over there a few months ago. Now, most commendably, Epic has brought it out here.
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