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Published on Oct 15, 2008
Progressive popsters from Newport, South Wales, Blonde On Blonde were a part of the 1968 musical explosion (launched by the Isle of Wight Festival) that created an arena for so many bands in the late 60s British underground scene (Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, The Move, and Tyrannosaurus Rex, to name a few). Using a fusion of folk vocals, a post mod rhythm section and fuzz guitars, Blonde on Blonde created aura of freshness and inventive that gave new meaning to the term 'progressive'. Their 1969 Contrasts marks a beautiful debut and is still a nice piece of music that is definitely worth the reissue.