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The Zombies

Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, June 1973

AS ONE of Britain's most undervalued and undeservedly unsuccessful groups, the Zombies have a lot of historical recompense coming. Furthermore, with two offshoots (Argent and Colin Blunstone) currently flourishing esthetically and/or commercially, and a general wave of British Invasion reassessment/nostalgia about to peak, the time is right for a look at the Zombies' checkered career.

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