The Week We Fell In Love - The Chimps - Monkeys A-Go-Go
Label: Wyncote - W-9023 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Rock •
Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. Monkees knock offs The Chimps! Location: Philadelphia, PA. I've been searching for these records for years, after I saw a really beat up copy of Memories Of Summer - Leo And The Lineup* - Hit The Streets second one at a flea market. The Beatles had the Buggs I've heard that some of this stuff isn't too bad as for the Buggs, that record is brilliant.
No lie! Anyone have these to comment? VeeFan64Jul 23, Hep Alien likes this. Location: Mission, BC, Canada. I have the Monkey Business The Week We Fell In Love - The Chimps - Monkeys A-Go-Go.
I guess to sum it up, I listend to it once, then shelved it. It was a while ago, so I don't actually really remember what it was like other than I didn't much care for it. Maybe I can rip a copy of it on to my PC someday and share some snippets somehow. StewMacJul 23, Any of these been put onto CD? What a bunch of chumps Jason PenickJul 23, Location: N.
Beechwood Dr. These LP's are pretty much throw-away cash-ins. A lot for an album that's pretty terrible and not even The Monkees. Cuz Monkeys dressed up like humans is always funny! Join the Evolution Revolution! That video is wicked creepy Damned Religion - Artillery - When Death ComesJul 25, Location: Portland, Oregon.
I'd like a heavy metal band doing their songs, calling themselves the Gorillas. Lord HawthorneJul 25, Location: Florida. Not to be confused with Gorillaz Obtuse1Jul 25, Location: Texas, Where else?
One of the first Monkees albums that my mom bought was this ripoff by the Chimps. If you rip it to mp3, I'd like to hear it again. Col KepperMar 11, Location: New England. Oh and as for The Buggs record being brilliant VeeFan64Mar 11, Location: Oceanside, California. The album cover of the Chimp's "Monkey Business" is a classic cash in. It borrows just enough from the "More of the Monkees" cover green background, guitar logo, picture of "monkeys" that an adult going by a youngster's description might think he found the real thing.
Once, I found an mp3 of "Sunday's Kid" on the web, but it doesn't seem to be "out there" any more. A Canadian psych band called Quiet Jungle recorded another Monkees cash-in pictured below. It's better than the two Chimps LPs. Quiet Jungle 2. BryanWMar 11, I was outbid on "Monkey Business" yesterday. I've been curious to hear these albums since I saw the album cover in Eric's "The Monkees Tale" book. I don't care how "good" they The Week We Fell In Love - The Chimps - Monkeys A-Go-Go , I'd just like to hear 'em someday!
Ditto for the Quiet Jungle LP. I also need to track down the Pennies CD, while I'm at it Location: Waterloo, ON Canada. If it's okay with the moderators I can upload these for all those interested They might as well be considered public domain. I certainly wouldn't claim rights to this awful stuff. So did they "ape" the music too or just the titles? That is, do these songs sound like the ones that obviously influenced their names? I am kinda curious to hear these if so.
FredVMar 12, The Chimps was the name of my first band when I was I even drew the logo guitar shaped like the monkees. My friend Bill played drums and we stuck it on his bass drum. I brought over the monkees greastest hits song book and taught my friend and his brothers the songs.
I really remember a lot of the songs sounding decent except Listen to the Band. Jackstar74Mar 12, Location: Lexington, Massachusetts. Location: Brookfield, Illinois. I had Monkey A-Go-Go. I'll have to pull it out and throw it on -- recently found it in a stack of old albums in an archaeological dig.
That one always intrigued me because it combined a few of the German Polydor tracks with some other group doing "real" Beatles songs. Not that I was expecting another Sgt. Maybe that along with the "Monkeys" albums would make a great box set some day MarkTheSharkMar 12, You must log in or sign up to reply here.
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