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The Rattles

Perhaps one of the most successful, and one among one of the most prolific, German rock and roll sets of the ’60s, the Rattles enjoyed reasonable achievement in their local land without building much of the feeling elsewhere (while some of their materials was released far away). Getting started in the same Superstar Club-based Hamburg picture as the Liverpool sets of the first ’60s, their early repertoire was constructed upon an identical bottom of ’50s rock and roll and spirit/R&B. They released about 30 singles through the ’60s (some over the Star-Club label itself), aswell as nearly ten albums, ultimately making the changeover to original materials, and marching on well in to the 1970s.

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