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The Troggs: Troggs Politeness

Report and Interview by Keith Altham, NME, June 1966

THE TROGGS, who have a monster hit with 'Wild Thing', are still new and enthusiastic enough to be excited by the glamour and attention injected ...

Amid Controversy Troggs Break-Out

Report and Interview by Louise Criscione, KRLA Beat, July 1966

PROBABLY NEVER before has a totally unknown group caused the amount of comment and controversy (not to mention record sales) as the Troggs from England ...

Troggs Have A Lot To Go Wild About

Report by Keith Altham, NME, July 1966

REG PRESLEY and his band "barn" into the NME Chart this week with the highest entry — 'A Girl Like You' (No. 19) composed by ...

The Troggs: Troggs Went Wild Over Fan Slur

Interview by Keith Altham, NME, July 1966

THE TROGGS are "wild things" this week and the man responsible for raising the wrath of the West Country group is singer-journalist-composer-student and good all-round ...

The Troggs: Double-Top Troggs In America And Britain!

Report and Interview by Keith Altham, NME, August 1966

LAST WEEK the Troggs were in the enviable position of being No. 1 in England with 'With A Girl Like You' and No. 1 in ...

The Astonishing Troggs Do It Again!

Report by Keith Altham, NME, September 1966

THOSE astonishing Troggs have done it again! At the little Olympic studios, concealed in a small mews off Baker Street, during an incredible session Larry ...

The Walker Brothers, The Troggs, Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich: Granada, East Ham, London

Live Review by Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, October 1966

Scott Was The Hit On Walker Tour First Night ...

Troggs: Trogg-Men Ridicule Song Ban

Report and Interview by Keith Altham, NME, October 1966

FOLLOWING AUNTIE BBC's policy of giving The Troggs' new single, 'I Can't Control Myself' the cold shoulder with only restricted airplay, that land "down under" ...

The Troggs: Chris The Charmer

Interview by Keith Altham, NME, October 1966

THE TROGGS' lead guitarist, Chris Britton looks at women because he likes them — smiles at strangers as though he had known them all his ...

The Troggs: Soft-hearted Reg Presley

Interview by Keith Altham, NME, November 1966

REGINALD MAURICE BALL is a soft-hearted ex-bricklayer born in Andover on June 12, 1943, who reads the Daily Mirror, is particularly sensitive to anything which ...

The Troggs: He's Got A Grip On Their Money

Interview by Keith Altham, NME, November 1966

THERE IS the air of a surprised cocker spaniel about Trogg drummer Ronnie Bond who uses his hands to communicate what his conversation lacks. He ...

Troggs Caged In Berlin Zoo!

Report by Keith Altham, NME, December 1966

ERIC BURDON, who is so devoted to the birds in London's St. James's Park, would love it here on the twelfth floor of the Berlin ...

The Troggs: Trogg-Maker Reveals Secrets

Interview by Keith Altham, NME, January 1967

LARRY – "Lawrence" to his friends – Page is the one-man organisation behind the phenomenal success of the Troggs. Lawrence is the group's business manager; ...

The Troggs: Love Saves Troggs

Interview by Keith Altham, NME, November 1967

HERE COMES the pop phoenix again! Arising from what so many cynics thought were their own ashes, the Troggs now have their sixth smash hit ...

Troggs: Fond Rememberings And Frank Quotes From The World's First Punk Rockers:

Retrospective and Interview by Harold Bronson, Phonograph Record, February 1973

WHATEVER HAPPENED to all those exciting, tuneful British rock acts who thrilled us during the mid-Sixties? ...

David Bowie: Zigs and Troggs and Backless Nuns

Report by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, October 1973

IT DOESN'T MATTER who's playing. The Marquee's always a drag on Saturday nights. It's hot, crowded, uncomfortable, and noisy, and it poses a severe visibility ...

The Troggs: The Troggs

Review by Gene Sculatti, Creem, October 1975

I DON'T KNOW about anybody else, but this is one I've been waiting for ever since I caught Reg Presley, 20 pounds overweight and stuffed ...

The Troggs: The Troggs

Review by John Mendelsohn, Rolling Stone, October 1975

NOT SINCE MARC Bolan noshed himself into semiretirement have our pre-nursery-school age friends been given product on which they could so effortlessly get off as ...

The Troggs

Retrospective by Tom Hibbert, History of Rock, The, 1982

Reg Presley's rustics reaped a chart harvest ...

The Legendary "Troggs Tapes"

Report and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, May 1991

Long before there was Spinal Tap, there was something else that stood for all that is inept in rock'n'roll. A fading pop group assembled in ...

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