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The Rebels  - Indian Rebels album

The Rebels - Indian Rebels album

  • Performer: The Rebels
  • Genre: Rock / Folk music
  • Title: Indian Rebels
  • Released: 1967
  • Style: Beat, Psychedelic Rock, Rock & Roll
  • Country: Iran
  • MP3 version size: 1629 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1142 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 595


The album contains songs from the group's previous studio albums that were translated into English for the release, as well as new songs that were recorded exclusively for the album. Rebels falls into the genres of Latin pop and pop rock, with dance-pop and R&B stylings, which were new music styles for the group.

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Complete your The Rebels collection. The Rebels (7) ‎– Indian Rebels. Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country. Style: Beat, Psychedelic Rock, Rock & Roll.

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Listen to music from The RebelS like Indian rebels, Always Now! & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The RebelS. The Rebels formed in 1958. They recorded their most known well known song Wild Weekend in 1961. The original band consisted of Jim and Mick Kipler, Tom Gorman and Paul Balon. 2) The Rebels were a 60's garage rock band from Iran. Before Prince formed The Time, he considered using his backing band as a side-project called The Rebels. The 1979 project was a group effort, with songs being written and sung by the various members. 1) The Rebels were a surf rock band from Buffalo, NY. They were also known as The Rockin' Rebels

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Album Name Long Live the Rebels. Data de lançamento 14 Outubro 2016. Labels Tooth And Nail Records. Estilo de MúsicaSouthern Rock. Membros têm este álbum1.

Album: The Rebels (1979). This entry details a planned album for The Rebels, Prince's backing band which was named so for the occasion. Nine tracks were recorded during a 12-day recording sessions between 10 and 21 July 1979 at Mountain Ears Sound Studio in Boulder, Colorado (shortly after Prince finished work on his second album Prince). Although Dez Dickerson has once said he believed The Rebels' "album" was never more than an incentive for the band rather than a real album idea, it is still probable that the sessions were intended to produce an album for the group. Matt Fink said in an interview.

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Indian Rebels
What He Can Do "Djudjalarim"
Mother Little Helper
Sha La La La


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EX-4168 The Rebels Indian Rebels ‎(7", EP) Top 4 EX-4168 Iran 1967
3673/3674 The Rebels Indian Rebels, Mother Littele Helper/Sha La La La, What He Can Do ‎(7", EP) Monogram 3673/3674 Iran Unknown