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The Deviants: Ptooff! (Deram)

Sleevenotes by Miles, Deram, 1967

FROM THE DEPTHS of London's secret UNDERGROUND headquarters, fully equipped with complex electronic machinery, a 20th century bohemia illicitly recorded, furtively edited at great cost ...

From the Underground: The Deviants

Profile and Interview by Derek Boltwood, Record Mirror, November 1968

IT'S BEEN SAID of the Deviants that they are the only real underground group. Like roots of the underground perhaps – because Mick Farren, first ...

The Deviants: Disposable (Stable)

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, November 1968

ONE IS with the Deviants in spirit and one applauds the efforts of Mick Farren and Steve Sparkes who produced this second "underground" album, but ...

The Deviants: The Deviants (Transatlantic)

Review by Miles, International Times, October 1969

FIRST CAME PTOOFF!: an album of outrageous London Underground freakery, soggy nostalgia and general-purpose nastiness – as English as potting sheds and The Goon Show ...

Pink Fairies

Profile by Chris Rowley, International Times, December 1972

Chris Rowley has been probing the life and times of the Pink Fairies: the women, the liquor, the hot hot music, the grim realities behind ...

Eyewitness: The 14-Hour Technicolor Dream, April 29, 1967, Alexandra Palace, North London

Retrospective by Johnny Black, Q, June 1995

Pink Floyd, The Soft Machine, The Move... Some of Swinging London's swingiest played at the legendary International Times benefit at Alexandra Palace. Johnny Black rounds up a ...

The Deviants

Retrospective by Mick Farren, MOJO, October 1999

They couldn’t sing. They couldn’t play. They were winding up the hippy establishment a decade before punk. And 30 years ago they enjoyed their finest ...

An Interview with Mick Farren

Interview by Martin Herron, unpublished, 2001

UK ROCK CRITICISM has produced its fair share of great writers: Nick Kent, Charles Shaar Murray and Barney Hoskyns, to name but a few. ...

Mick Farren on the Deviants, Fantasy Fiction and Blowing Things Up

Profile and Interview by Erik Himmelsbach, LA Weekly, November 2001

PUBLISHING MOGUL Felix Dennis was staring at the Caribbean Sea a few months ago, sucking down cocktails with fellow gazillionaires at Basil's Bar on the ...

Mick Farren & The Deviants: On Your Knees, Earthlings!!! (Total Energy)

Review by Gary Pig Gold, inmusicwetrust.com, November 2003

MICK FARREN is one of the greatest madcaps Britain has yet to produce, I hereby loudly exclaim, and On Your Knees gathers together yet another ...

see also Mick Farren

see also Pink Fairies, The

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