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Egg Archive

Egg were one of the most complex and musically adventurous bands ever to confront an audience. Starting life as the psychedelic blues group Uriel in 1968, the organ trio toured the UK extensively and recorded three highly acclaimed albums (Egg, The Polite Force and The Civil Surface) before disbanding in 1972.

Please note that profits from the Egg archive CDs and companion booklet go directly to the musicians with no record company involvement.

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