Forming in 1961 and breaking up before the 1968 release of their Odessey and Oracle, their lone full-length masterpiece, theres no mistaking the Zombies for anything but a 60s band: They played Murray the Ks famous Christmas shows, drummer Hugh Grundy revved the motorcycle that punctuates Leader of the Pack, and they made psychedelic surf-pop as good as anyone. Eventually that final record was re-discovered by a handful of late 90s indie bands, its melancholic lightness surviving beyond the decade in which it was so firmly rooted.
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