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T-REX Tanx ( 2005 UK issue limited edition 13-track vinyl PICTURE DISC their 8th studio album originally released in 1973 as the follow-up to the immensely successful The Slider and incluudes the track Born To Boogie.

This magnificentpicture disc is presented in stickered PVC sleeve)

t.rex

tanx

marc bolan, PICTURE-DISC 180 GRAM

[ LP 180-GRAM VINYL ] [60s 70s - CLASSIC ROCK]

CARATULA

SS

DISCO

SS

AÑO

1970

PAíS

UK

CARACTERíSTICAS

PICT-DISC

(Side One):

Tenement Lady Rapids Mister Mister Broken Hearted Blues Shock Rock Country Honey Electric Slim & The Factory Hen Track Listing

(Side Two):

Mad Donna Born To Boogie Life Is Strange The Street & Babe Strange Highway Knees Left Hand Luke

MARC BOLAN -- vocals, guitars
STEVE CURRIE -- bass
BILL LEGEND -- drums
Peter Howe -- front cover photography
Mike Putland and friends -- back cover photographs
John Kosh -- cover design and preparation
Joern Kroeger -- sleeve adaptationT anx but no tanx. The cloak of insouciant inscrutability had fallen, and what remained seemed insipid, uninspired. Where once shone omnipotence, now impotence. Bolan should have stayed on top of his mountain rather than clambering down to court the commercial audience that had heretofore climbed to meet him. Up there, he looked so big; down here, not so very big at all. The rationale behind Tanx (if in fact there was one) revolved around retooling the T. Rex sound to stay relevant in a market that was outgrowing glam. If Bolan wanted to be taken seriously, though, he'd need to arm himself with more than songs like "Tenement Lady" and "Mad Donna." In fact, Tanx didn't produce any singles on its own, Bolan instead opting to release the non-album "20th Century Boy" in their stead. Less than a year removed from The Slider, Bolan can still slip into his old pose on occasion, like "Broken-Hearted Blues" and "Life Is Strange." But Bolan's mistake is to adopt too visceral a persona on this album, wallowing in greasy rock arrangements where once he wavered between spirituality and sexuality. Not that the change doesn't occasionally suit him; "The Street & Babe Shadow" flexes its muscle to good effect, while the mellotron on "Highway Knees" is a fine foil for Bolan's voice. Of course, I tend to part company with T.Rex fans somewhere shy of blind devotion, so I can't concur that the closing "Left Hand Luke & The Beggar Boys" is a keeper. Before you make tracks to buy Tanx, look for the 1997 expanded and remastered reissue. It sounds better, has extra tracks (several good singles plus a creepy Christmas message from beyond the grave) and features excellent commentary from Mark Paytress.

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