We're All Normal And We Want Our Freedom - Arthur Lee Tribute

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We're All Normal And We Want Our Freedom - Arthur Lee Tribute

19.99

We're All Normal And We Want Our Freedom: Tribute To Arthur Lee & Love is a 1994 tribute album for the band Love and its leader Arthur Lee. The album was named after a line in their song "The Red Telephone" from the album Forever Changes. The phrase originated in Marat/Sade, a play written by Peter Weiss. The record remains in the same mint condition that it held the day it pressed. Ooh, almost forgot to mention the ever-so interesting mixture of green and yellow vinyl used to press the records.

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