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  1. The Best Of The Animals (GV - Clear Vinyl) - Vinyl LP () for $ from kirirdredgushakarcerezar.xyzinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone /5().
  2. Bury My Body This song is by The Animals and appears on the album The Animals () on the US release of the album Animal Tracks () on the album The Best of The Animals () Bury my body Lord, I don't care where they Bury my body Lord, I don't care where they Bury my body cause my soul is gonna live with God, oh, oh, oh yeah Bury my body Lord, I don't care .
  3. The Animals' third US LP, not to be confused with the earlier British LP of the same name, is a kind of compilation consisting of single hits (1), leftovers from the first two British LPs The Animals (2) and Animal Tracks (3), and B-sides (4). Side One: 1 We Gotta Get Out of This Place (Mann, Weil) (1).
  4. Animals as Leaders Self Titled Debut Limited Edition Colored Vinyl 2 LP $ New Before We Were So Rudely Interrupted [LP] by The Animals (Vinyl, Feb, Secret Records).
  5. The Animals, an Album by The Animals. Released in on Columbia (EMI) (catalog no. FPX ; Vinyl LP). Genres: British Rhythm & Blues, Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues.
  6. The Best of the Animals - which covers the band's fertile years between - is now available for the first time on gram colored vinyl as part of ABKCO’s Clearly Classic Vinyl kirirdredgushakarcerezar.xyzinfo track deep set showcases The Animals' tough-edged rock hits as well as their more devoted blues and R&B workouts. Features the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees hits “House Of The.
  7. vinyl LP pressing reissue of The Animals' greatest hits collection covering the period. Pressed on G clear vinyl as part of ABKCO's Clearly Classic Vinyl Series, showcasing The Animals' tough-edged rock hits combined with their more devoted blues and R&B workouts.
  8. When ABKCO Records acquired the U.S. rights to the Animals' recordings produced by Mickie Most, they resurrected the title and artwork (and even the catalog number) of the classic MGM-issued Best of the Animals compilation from But as was the era of the CD, with its longer running time, they felt compelled to make some changes -- in addition to adding 15 more minutes of Price: $
  9. The Animals produced some great album tracks, such as "I'm Mad Again" (originally by John Lee Hooker), "Worried Life Blues", and "Bury My Body". After leaving Most, the group would maintain their peak for another year or so despite the departure of one of Rock's all-time finest organists, Alan Price.

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