Do Anything You Wanna Do

Album: Life on the Line (1977)
Charted: 9
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  • Aleister Crowley as Eddie And The Hot Rods saw him; self-publicist and charlatan Crowley was a thoroughly nasty piece of work who did anything he wanted to do, regardless of the consequences to others, but Eddie And The Hot Rods were just a bunch of young guys who simply wanted to play their music, make money and have fun.

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