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, 'That's not buttering my biscuit, my vocal on this. Why don't we give (Starship singer) Mickey[Thomas] a shot at this?' And the producer said, 'Well, that's big of you. ' And I said, 'Well, I don't think so. punk outfit called the Runaways. In 1976, they entered the studio and cut this two minute punk rock anthem, which was written by Jett and producer Kim Fowley. 1 and 2 respectively. The song has grown in popularity tremendously over the years, and was also used in Richard Linklater's stoner classic 'Dazed and Confused. 'Everything You Need to Know About the 13th Floor Elevators can be found in this quote: saga of the 13th Floor Elevators was an Old Testament tale and Roky Ericksonwas its Job, saysmusicianJulian Cope, who wrote the forward to the band Paul Drummond penned biography, Eye Mind, 200 years time there will only be two bands that count The 13th Floor Elevators and the MC5. pretty lofty praise, but Air Max 97 Silver

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Cope has a point. The 13th Floor Elevators were one of the most forward looking bands of the era and arguably, the first genuinely, all out psychedelic band.

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debut single, "You're Gonna Miss Me," in early 1966. Their mind blowing debut album, The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators, would follow that summer. "You're Gonna Miss Me," was a minor hit, making it all the way up to No. 55 in the summer of that year, staying on the charts for nearly two months. The band even made an appearance on Dick Clark's Where The Action Is, playing poolside as bikini cla.

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