Best Songs by Glam-Rockers T. RexThe best songs by Glam-Rock band T. Rex, lead by Marc Bolan.
They were on the biggest British bands of the 1970's with numerous Top 10 hits.
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Definitely my favourite T. Rex song, full of energy and heavy guitars, it's the forerunner of heavy metal like AC/DC.
Captures the essence of the genre (I love how these are all T. Rex songs) it is the perfect song
The definition of boy toy never sounded more appealing! - yianang
Obviously their best song, Get it On is overrated! - somekindofaguyV 1 Comment
Probably one of their best known songs, topped the charts back in 1971, a feel-good party song which filled the dance floors of the 1970's! Known as 'Get It On (Bang A Gong)' in American.
A song for kids of the 70's, another great, bouncy Glam-Rock hit.
"Wear your hair long, babe, you can't go wrong."
A lyric every girl should follow. - PetSounds
"I'm just a Jeepster for your loo-ovve" Another chart topper.
Cosmic dancer heard it so many times then saw stage show gave me goosebumps and tears in my eyes what a record
A sexy, funky Glam-Rock love song. 1971 No1
What a summer
Perhaps best known for bringing the term "main man" Marc Bolan into popular culture, was number one for two weeks, before being knocked off the top by "Son of My Father" by Chicory Tip.
The lyrics feature numerous figures such as Bobby (who is a natural born poet who is just outta sight), Golden Nose Slim (who knows where you been), Jungle Faced Jake (make no mistake) and Purple Pie Pete. It also contains these lines Marc Bolan wrote to refer to himself: Me I funk/but I don't care/I ain't no square/with my corkscrew hair,
Heavenly vocals and liquid guitar
Wah Wah heaven
Funky hit which appeared on a Robinson squash advert, appealing to new generation.
So funky from 1976, one of their last hits. Just before Punk era began.
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