Top Pretty Things Albums
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The Pretty Things
The Pretty Things
[2005]
Parachute
Parachute
[2002]
S.F. Sorrow
S.F. Sorrow
[1968]
Emotions
Emotions
[1967]
Get the Picture?
Get the Picture?
[1965]
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Office Love lyricsOver The Moon lyricsSea Of Blue lyricsShe Don't lyricsShe Says Good Morning lyricsShe Was Tall, She Was High lyricsShe's A Lover lyricsSickle Clowns lyricsSingapore Silk Torpedo lyricsScene One lyricsSad Eye lyricsS. F. Sorrow Is Born lyricsRip Off Train lyricsRemember That Boy lyricsReligions Dead lyricsRain lyricsPrivate Sorrow lyricsPeter lyricsParachute lyricsThe Ballad Of Hollis Brown lyricsThe Good Mr. Square lyricsThe Journey lyricsBright Lights Of The City lyricsRosalyn lyricsDon't Lie To Me lyricsDon't Bring Me Down lyricsOh Baby Doll lyricsTalkin' About The Good Times lyricsBig Boss Man lyricsJudgement Day lyricsCry To Me lyricsRoad Runner lyricsThe Letter lyricsTrust lyricsUnder The Volcano lyricsWhat's The Use lyricsCome See Me lyricsL.s.d. lyricsRainin' In My Heart lyricsMama Keep Your Big Mouth Shut lyricsWalking Through My Dreams lyricsOnion Soup lyricsCome Home Momma lyricsCountry Road lyricsCries From The Midnight Circus lyricsDeath lyricsDefecting Grey lyricsDrowned Man lyricsEdge Of The Night lyricsFalling Again lyricsCold Stone lyricsBruise In The Sky lyricsAllnight Sailor lyricsAtlanta lyricsBalloon Burning lyricsBaron Saturday lyricsBelfast Cowboys lyricsBitter End lyricsBracelets Of Fingers lyricsBridge Of God lyricsGrass lyricsHavana Bound lyricsLost That Girl lyricsLove Is Good lyricsMaybe You Tried lyricsMidnight To Six Man lyricsMiss Fay Regrets lyricsMy Song lyricsNo Future lyricsOld Man Going lyricsLoneliest Person lyricsJoey lyricsI See You lyricsI'm Calling lyricsI'm Keeping lyrics
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Related Information for Pretty ThingsThe Pretty Things are a 1960s and 1970s rock and roll band from London. They pioneered a raw approach to rhythm and blues (and later, psychedelia) that influenced a number of key bands of the 1960s British invasion, particularly The Rolling Stones, and David Bowie whose first hero was Phil May.Pretty Things was preceded by Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys which consisted of Dick Taylor, fellow Sidcup Art College student Keith Richards and Mick Jagger. read more