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Random information on the term “Spare parts?”:
Spare Parts is the second studio album by the English rock band Status Quo, and the final one in the psychedelic vein. It is also the first in which the group’s roadie Bob Young began writing and co-writing songs for and with the band.
The album covers a song written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin, “You’re Just What I Was Looking for Today”.Only one song was slated for a single release. This was the Anthony King written song “Are You Growing Tired of My Love”, backed with the Alan Lancaster composition “So Ends Another Life”. Released in April 1969 it reached no. 46 in UK singles charts.
The album was released in September 1969 but wasn’t a commercial success.
Following the disappointment of the album, the band released a non-album single – the Everly Brothers’ “The Price of Love”, also released in September 1969, with the Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt composition “Little Miss Nothing” as the B-side.
Random information on the term “PINS”:
PINS are an English rock band, formed in Manchester in 2011. The group consists of singer/guitarist Faith Vern, guitarist Lois MacDonald and bassist Kyoko Swan. Singer Faith Vern cites bands such as My Bloody Valentine, Jesus and Mary Chain, and Hole as influences.
PINS formed in 2011 when fashion photographer Faith Vern (born Holgate), was looking for bandmates, decided that she wanted to form an all-female band rather than be the token woman in a mostly male band.
PINS self-released their first songs (A. Eleventh hour / AA. Shoot you) through their own label ‘Haus of PINS’ in May 2012 along with a debut video for ‘Eleventh Hour’ directed by Sing. J. Lee. The tape sold out within a few hours and the video received a great deal of attention for the band. The band played a show supporting Savages at The Bunker in Manchester which was attended by several labels including Bella Union Records. PINS worked with Bella Union later that year to release their ‘Luvu4lyf’ EP on 10” glitter vinyl. The EP was promoted alongside their first UK tour and the band later signed a recording deal with Bella Union.