The short-live Page-Beck association lasted less than six months, assembling triplets of unruly death defying acts of studio recorded musical fisticuffs: “Happenings Ten Years Time Ago,” “Psycho Daisies” and “Stroll On.”
Their crowning triumph, “Stroll On,” an unruly overhaul of “Train Kept A-Rollin’,” was featured during a short club sequence in Michaelo Antonioni’s swinging London art flick, Blow Up [see below]. Patients, this cut will hit yer rock 'n roll stethoscopes with fireball force, a sonic meltdown. Yes, the twosome’s double lead wall of racket sounds like a sex act between two consenting locomotives. But this is slashing, doom-laden boogie, a thick flamethrower-swarm of fuzz and feedback on the warpath. The lineup critics referred to as ‘World War Three’ severed ties shortly thereafter.
Take Up Thy Rock 'N Roll Stethoscope and Walk,
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