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The Fifth Estate - 1967 - Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead

The Fifth Estate was a rock n roll band originally formed in Stamford, Connecticut as The D-Men in early 1964. At the start they played many small shows and local clubs, but they soon gravitated to Greenwich Village and larger clubs where they often played six nights a week for long stretches. They played a proto punk form then called Beat music, which later evolved into a rock/pop form and group The Fifth Estate that played around the USA through the 60s at large theaters and at the coliseum level. Early on as The D-Men they released three singles with considerable success, two on Veep/United Artists and one on the Kapp labels, which along with much of their later material has become collectors' items and established them as a central part of the Garage Rock movement. Boston Skyline released a 28-song collection of their music in 1993 and published a 41-page booklet of their story.

01 - Birds & Bees
02 - Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead
03 - Heigh-Ho
04 - I'm A Believer
05 - It's Waiting There For You
06 - Kisses For Breakfast
07 - Lost Generation
08 - Midnight Hour
09 - No. 1 Hippie On The Village Scene
10 - Rub-A-Dub
11 - That's Love
12 - The Goofin' Song
13 - Tomorrow Is My Turn

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