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BRUTE FORCE | 'King of Fuh', Apple Records, 1969

Property of Alan Herring

BRUTE FORCE | 'King of Fuh', Apple Records, 1969

BRUTE FORCE | 'King of Fuh', Apple Records, 1969

Property of Alan Herring

"BRUTE FORCE" (FRIEDLAND, STEPHEN)

'King of Fuh' / 'Nobody Knows'. Apple Records, 1969 


vinyl 45 rpm single (catalogue number Apple 8), scratched 


THE RAREST APPLE SINGLE, released on 16 May 1969. This copy was given to Alan Herring by the Apple Office. Herring notes "This is one of the rare thick/rigid vinyl copies which was sent to Radio Stations for promotional purposes. I remember it was banned from getting any airplay and from general release at the time..."


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