The God-Like Genius Of Graham Day

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A Taste of Pink
1.  A Taste of Pink by Prisoners
The list author says:
  "1982 - Fantastic debut organ driven garage rock album by Graham's first band The Prisoners on his own Own-Up label.  Essential."
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The Wisermiserdemelza: Remastered & Expanded
2.  The Wisermiserdemelza: Remastered & Expanded by Prisoners
The list author says:
  "1983 - Dark and moody second album by The Prisoners on Big beat label."
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The Last Fourfathers
3.  The Last Fourfathers by Prisoners
The list author says:
  "1985 - Back to Own-Up for The Prisoners third album.  Possibly the greatest album of his career to date."
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In from the Cold
4.  In from the Cold by Prisoners
The list author says:
  "1986 - Seduced by the lure of mod label Countdown and the promise of chart success, The Prisoners made their fourth, final and most poppy album."
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Sins of the Fourfathers
5.  Sins of the Fourfathers by Prime Movers
The list author says:
  "1989 - After The Prisoners split Graham played drums with Thee Mighty Caesars.  Then he formed the 3-piece The Prime Movers.  This, their first album, is pure garage rock and is perhaps their best."
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Earth Church
6.  Earth Church by Prime Movers
The list author says:
  "1991 - A little less garage a bit more rock for the second Prime Movers album.  Now up to a 4-piece with Fay Day (Hallam) on organ."
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Arc
7.  Arc by Prime Movers
The list author says:
  "1993 - For their third and final album the Prime Movers left garage behind and went prog-rock.  Still a very good album with great songs but had some scratching their heads."
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Splitting the Humidity
8.  Splitting the Humidity by Planet Patrol
The list author says:
  "1995 - Next is an album under the banner of Planet,  3-piece funky rock band on an Acid Jazz side label.  Perhaps the weakest of his career.  Worthwhile but not essential."
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Psychedelic Tantrum
9.  Psychedelic Tantrum 
The list author says:
  "1999 - After a 4 year gap Graham returned to his sixties garage rock roots with The Solarflares.  With the opening track of "Mary" we knew he was back!"
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THAT WAS THEN... AND SO IS THIS
10.  THAT WAS THEN... AND SO IS THIS by SOLARFLARES
The list author says:
  "2000 - A strong second album from The Solarflares.  Graham was now producing his best material since early Prime Movers."
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Look What I Made Out of My Head
11.  Look What I Made Out of My Head by The Solarflares
The list author says:
  "2002 - A third and eqully great album from The Solarflares."
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Laughing Suns
12.  Laughing Suns by The Solarflares
The list author says:
  "2004 - Fourth and final Solarflares album.  Also worth checking out is a 2003 compilation "Can Satisfy You" with demos/covers/live Solarflares on Graham's Own-Up label (never available on Amazon)."
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SOUNDTRACK TO THE DAILY GRIND
13.  SOUNDTRACK TO THE DAILY GRIND by Graham Day
The list author says:
  "2007 - After taking a break and playing bass in The Buff Medways he returned with a new 3-piece line-up and his first (sort of) solo album.  It's another slab of classic garage rock!"
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Hurricane: the Best of the Prisoners
14.  Hurricane: the Best of the Prisoners by Prisoners
The list author says:
  "23 of The Prisoners greatest tracks - a very well chosen compilation from their albums and singles.  If you are new to the music of Graham Day then this is a perfect starting point."
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Rare and Unissued
15.  Rare and Unissued by Prisoners
The list author says:
  "Once you have the 4 Prisoners studio albums this should be your next stop if you want more - 22 rarities."
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