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  1. Jul 23,  · Edgar Broughton Band | Album: Wasa Wasa | Rock • Psychedelic | England | () 1. Death of an Electric Citizen * () 2. Edgar Broughton Band - Selftitled Full Vinyl - .
  2. Edgar Broughton Band discography and songs: Music profile for Edgar Broughton Band, formed Genres: Psychedelic Rock, Acid Rock, Blues Rock. Albums include Wasa Wasa, Edgar Broughton Band, and Sing Brother Sing.
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  5. EDGAR BROUGHTON BAND Edgar Broughton Band (Very rare UK first issue 9-track stereo LP with 'Gramophone Co' perimeter text and WITHOUT the EMI boxed logo on either side of the labels confirming a first edition, with stamped matrices ending A4/B4.
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  8. Jan 13,  · The Edgar Broughton Band were one of the most consistent artists on the Harvest label, from their bombastic debut Wasa Wasa right through to their fabulous and criminally overlooked masterpiece Oora. Whilst they never enjoyed that much success - compared with label mates Deep Purple, Pink Floyd or even BJH - they were always one of the best (the best was of course Roy Harper /5(18).

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