Niggizz Can't Sang Rock 'N Roll

Album: Mother's Finest (1976)
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  • Well, they certainly can't spell! In spite of its black roots - in particular Chuck Berry - bona fide black rock groups have been few and far between. The British DJ Tommy Vance (1940-2005) was a big fan and champion of this American black heavy metal band. Sadly, few others were.

    Recorded with their original male vocalist, this uptempo track appeared on their 1976 CBS album Mother's Finest (which is not to be confused with the 1973 Epic release of the same name.
    Oh, and yes they can! >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England


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