Dutch freakbeat music group the Zipps shaped in Dordrecht, holland in nov 1965. Lead guitarist Peter Nuyten and drummer John Noce Santoro previously teamed within the Shifting Strings, who released a set of singles in the Delta label before dissolving, while vocalist/guitarist Philip Elzerman and vocalist Jan Bek found the Zipps lineup in the Beat City Skifflers, and bassist Theo Verschoor tenured within the Twilights. Bek quit the Zipps before the discharge of the debut one, “Move the Natural cotton Down,” released in early 1966 in the Op-Art label; after putting your signature on towards the Relax label, the group released two even more singles that season, “Chicks and Kicks” and “Defeat and Poetry.” You start with 1967’s “Marie Juana” — an archive which needed significant lyrical revisions before Loosen up censors would consent to its discharge — the Zipps steered their garage-influenced audio towards psychedelia, and thanks a lot in part with their hallucinatory light present, they gained the sobriquet “The Dutch Green Floyd”; Elzerman openly espoused medication use within interviews, and stickers reading “End up being Stoned! Drill down: Zipps Psychedelic Sound” had been distributed at live schedules. After backing France pop vocalist Philippe Salerne on his singles “Elle” and “Venez Voir Comme On S’Aime,” the group changed Santoro with drummer Wim Klein, but following a Dec 1967 date to get the Electric powered Prunes as well as the Soft Machine, the Zipps dissolved when Nuyten, Verschoor, and Klein all announced their leave. Elzerman and Santoro reformed the group in early 1968, adding guitarist Dick Visschers and bassist Ruud truck Seventer for just one last one, 1969’s “IF YOU Tell It, Inform It Well..!” The Zipps ultimately disbanded once and for all, and in 1999, the Dutch label Pseudonym put together all their singles, the Philippe Salerne periods, and a small number of live slashes for the retrospective titled End up being Stoned! Drill down: Zipps. In Dec 2001, a Zipps lineup comprising Elzerman, Nuyten, Santoro, truck Seventer, and former Heatwave keyboardist Janco Barut reunited for the hometown functionality in Dordrecht; the next season, “Chicks and Kicks” was included on the next Nuggets box arranged.