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Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids

Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids

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Fumble and Flash Cadillac & The Continental Kids

Review by Greg Shaw, Music World, February 1973

THE ROCK & roll revival is sure getting to be a pain in the ass. That's a tough admission for me to make, as I ...

Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids

Profile and Interview by Jim Esposito, Zoo World, December 1973

YOU MIGHT FIND this hard to believe, but if it wasn't for a fifth of whiskey Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids probably wouldn't be ...

Flash Cadillac: There's No Face Like Chrome (Epic)

Review by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, May 1974

OF ALL THE GROUPS to come out of the Fifties, Flash Cadillac has always shown the greatest promise, and that promise is fulfilled in this, ...

Flash Cadillac: There's No Face like Chrome

Review by Ken Barnes, Rolling Stone, July 1974

FLASH CADILLAC & the Continental Kids have been identified with a stale spate of revivalist Fifties bands – even though their live performances prove they ...

Flash Cadillac: Sons Of The Beaches

Review by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, September 1975

THEY'VE DONE IT again, and it's starting to get annoying. OK, Flash Cadillac & the Continental Kids are great – leagues ahead of any other ...

Flash Cadillac: Sons of the Beaches

Review by Gene Sculatti, Creem, January 1976

What lame-o group is finally going to win the distinction of recording The Last ‘Fifties’ Song of the Seventies? Just when I thought the sub-genre ...

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