Barracudas ‎– I Can’t Pretend


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Format: 7″
Label: Zonophone
Catalogue: Z 17
Country: UK
Year: 1981

Condition: Used
Media: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve: Very Good (VG)

The beginnings of the band can be traced back to the year of 1978 when Canadian-born Jeremy Gluck met Robin Wills at a Dead Fingers Talk concert. Here the pair bonded over a shared passion for “60’s garage and psychedelic music “. They started off calling themselves the “R.A.F.”, but eventually settled on the name of The Barracudas. The name was inspired by a song they both liked by The Standells.

Sleeve has a little ringwear and creasing to top. Seam split (approx. 2,5 cm) one side and 4 prong intact. See scans.

A. I Can’t Pretend
B. The KGB (Made A Man Out Of Me)

Great song!

Additional information

Weight 0.060 kg