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From the movie ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0061408/combined Blast-Off Girls]'' (1967). Garage rock quintet played by real band The Faded Blue. I think.
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From the movie ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0061408/combined Blast-Off Girls]'' (1967). Chicago garage rock quintet played by real band The Faded Blue. Or The Faded Blues.
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Their single "Blast Off" on Marvelous records makes ''Variety'''s Top Singles of The Week, edging out "Created by Clive" by The Syn.
  
 
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*Ralph (Ralph Mullin)
 
*Ralph (Ralph Mullin)
 
*Chris (Chris Wolski)
 
*Chris (Chris Wolski)
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[[Category:1967|Big Blast]]
 
[[Category:1967|Big Blast]]
 
[[Category:Films|Big Blast]]
 
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[[Category:Rock|Big Blast]]
 
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From the movie Blast-Off Girls (1967). Chicago garage rock quintet played by real band The Faded Blue. Or The Faded Blues.

Their single "Blast Off" on Marvelous records makes Variety's Top Singles of The Week, edging out "Created by Clive" by The Syn.

Lineup:

  • Tom (Tom Tyrell)
  • Ron (Ron Liace)
  • Dennis (Dennis Hickey)
  • Ralph (Ralph Mullin)
  • Chris (Chris Wolski)