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The Rock Machine Turns You On

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  1. and its follow-up, Rock Machine I Love You, were bargain priced sampler albums, released by CBS Records in the UK, The Netherlands and a number of other European countries in 1968

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  2. Among the first bargain priced sampler LPs, they were both highly successful commercially, at a point when what was then called "underground music" was starting to achieve some commercial success in Europe, bolstered by new radio and tv programmes su

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  3. CBS (by which name Columbia Records were known in Europe) competed actively for this new market against other “progressive” labels such as Elektra, Island, Immediate, and the EMI subsidiary Harvest, who followed with similar samplers of their act

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  4. The albums influenced a generation of music fans

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  5. Although some of the featured artists, such as Bob Dylan, the Byrds, and Simon and Garfunkel, were already stars, others such as Leonard Cohen and Spirit were only starting to become known in Europe, and the albums made major contributions to their s

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