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The Broughton's fifth album has never been as well-regarded as its predecessors - by 1973, after all, the Broughton's brand of post-hippie revolution was feeling just a little tired, particularly in the face of the glam scene that had emerged all around, and no matter how strong the songwriting and performances remained, there was still a sense of too little, too late.

Which was colossally unfair!

Indeed, the sheer diversity of Oora flies defiantly in the face of anybody hoping to pigeonhole the band with its past reputation, as Oora reveals a tight, concise and extraordinary melodic band whose members had clearly been listening to Neil Young just as much as The Mothers Of Invention, and weren't afraid to prove it.


A1a Hurricane Man
A1b Rock 'N' Roller
A2 Roccococooler
A3 Eviction
A4 Oh You Crazy Boy!
A5 Things On My Mind
B1a Exhibits From A New Museum
B1b Green Lights
B2a Face From A Window
B2b Pretty
B2c Hi-Jack Boogie
B2d Slow Down
B3 Capers