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The Citations

England’s Citations were a short-lived music group that primarily specialized in instrumentals, having a audio similar compared to that from the Tornados. Their only solitary, for EMI’s Columbia label, presented a “Telstar”-like A-side known as “Moon Competition,” supported by a more interesting and encouraging monitor, a rip-roaring cover of Small Richard’s “Slippin’ And Slidin,'” filled with extremely convincing vocals and a frantic saxophone. If the group experienced done similar to that, they might’ve carved a location in the memory space, but they vanished in 1964, using their private members scattered towards the wind.

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