The Electric Prunes

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The Electric Prunes are a psychedelic rock band which formed in 1965 in Los Angeles and are best known for two US Top 40 hits from 1966 - "I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)" (#11) and "Get Me To The World On Time" (#27) - and the song "Kyrie Eleison" from their 1968 album "Mass in F Minor" which also appears in the 1969 "Easy Rider". The band broke up 1970 but would reunite in 2001. The band's best known lineup consists of Jim Lowe (vocals), Mark Tulin (bass), James Spagnola (guitar), Ken Williams (guitar) and Preston Ritter (drums). Read more on Last.fm

The Electric Prunes
Feedback
Album (2006)
The Electric Prunes
Just Good Old Rock and Roll
Album (2006)
The Electric Prunes
California
Album (2004)
The Electric Prunes
Mass in F Minor
Album (1968)
The Electric Prunes
Release of an Oath
Album (1968)
The Electric Prunes
Underground
Album (1967)
The Electric Prunes
I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)
Album (1967)