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The Aztecs


The Aztecs were an Australian music group that began existence because the backup group to Billy Thorpe in 1964 but evolved right into a blues-rock unit with Thorpe, Warren Morgan, and Gil Matthews among its users in the 1970s.

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Full Name Aztec
Music Songs Most People I Know Think That I'm Crazy, Rock Me Baby, Sick & Tired, Believe It Just Like Me, Poison Ivy, Time to Live, Captain Straightman, C.C. Rider, Don't You Know You're Changing, Back Home in Australia, Be-Bop-A-Lula, Somebody Left Me Crying, Over the Rainbow, Mashed Potato, Boogie Woogie, Movie Queen, Rock 'n' Roll City, The Dawn Song, Gangster of Love, Slowly Learning How, Roll Over Beethoven/Jenny Jenny, Dancing in the Street, Ooh Poo Pa Doo, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Let Love Show the Way, Southern Comfort, Let's Have a Party, Damelo Baby, Back on the Road Again, Back On The Street Again, Don't Cha Know, Twilight Time
Albums Aztecs Live at Sunbury, More Arse Than Class (Remastered), Aztecs Live, Long Live Rock and Roll (Long May It Move Me So) (Remastered), The Hoax Is Over, Live at the Ad-Lib Club of London, Lock Up Your Mothers Live (Digitally Remastered), Lock Up Your Mothers, The Complete Havoc Singles 1971-1973 (Disc 2), It's All Happening - 23 Original Hits (1964-1975), The Very Best Of, Extended Play, The Best & The Rest of Lock Up Your Mothers

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