The Remains is the debut album by the American garage rock band the Remains, and was released on Epic Records in September 26, 1966 (see 1966 in music). Though the album was largely overlooked at the time of its original release, The Remains has since received recognition as one of the more cohesive efforts of the era. The Remains formed in 1964, quickly establishing themselves as a popular attraction across New England, and performing in sold-out venues to a loyal fanbase.
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The Remains formed in 1964 at Boston University, where all four members were first-year students living in the same dorm in Kenmore Square. Singer-guitarist Barry Tashian and keyboardist Bill Briggs were from Westport, Connecticut, drummer Chip Damiani from Wolcott, Connecticut, and bassist Vern Miller from Livingston, New Jersey
The Remains is the debut album by the American garage rock band the Remains, and was released on Epic Records in September 26, 1966.
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They never had anything approaching a hit record, broke up before their debut album was released, and were all but unknown outside of New England. The Remains looked to have a big year in 1966. Epic released the song "Don't Look Back" as a single, and it was the most exciting number the band had released to date. The group appeared on several major television shows, including The Ed Sullivan Show and Hullabaloo.
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Is The Remains the best album by The Remains? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. The Remains by The Remains (1966) Overall rank: 9,573rd.