Saturday, June 04, 2011

The Fifth Order: Goin' Too Far/Walkin' Away (Diamond)



Well, it's time for another two-sider and what a two-sider it is. It's from 1966 and it's from a Cincinnati, Ohio group who first released this on the Counterpart label. When it scored big regionally (#1 in Columbus), Diamond picked it up for national release, but it didn't do as well. Whatever the case, this is classic garage pop. While it's not a screamer or anything like that, this is still damn great. Both sides are presented here and both are worth hearing. Also, check out the Flower Bomb Songs blog for more detailed information about this band.




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dj ny said...

Love that guitar sound on Goin' Too Far. Generations of indie bands trying to get the same sound!

Anonymous said...

The Fifth Order was from Columbus,Ohio not Cincy.
Saw them many,many times
as with other bands of that
region such as,The Dantes,The
Epics,The Rebounds,Sir Timothy
And The Royals,The Gears ant The
Music Explosion etc.

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Anonymous said...

Just came across this blog trying to find info about a fifth order 45 i found on counterpart records with TODAY on one side and A THOUSAND DEVILS on the flip. thanks for posting your tracks!