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About The Deviants

The Deviants' 1967 debut, Ptooff!, is a motley, misshapen thing. Chewing on Donovan free-love folk, Yippie social commentary, and "Dirty Blues" decadence until it all becomes a juicy, hallucinogenic cud, the album opened up new possibilities. Though their creative energies seem to have been entirely consumed by their wildly experimental debut, the Mick Farren have carried on in various incarnations up through the '90s.

Listen toThe Deviantson Rhapsody

The Deviants' 1967 debut, Ptooff!, is a motley, misshapen thing. Chewing on Donovan free-love folk, Yippie social commentary, and "Dirty Blues" decadence until it all becomes a juicy, hallucinogenic cud, the album opened up new possibilities. Though their creative energies seem to have been entirely consumed by their wildly experimental debut, the Mick Farren have carried on in various incarnations up through the '90s.

About The Deviants

The Deviants' 1967 debut, Ptooff!, is a motley, misshapen thing. Chewing on Donovan free-love folk, Yippie social commentary, and "Dirty Blues" decadence until it all becomes a juicy, hallucinogenic cud, the album opened up new possibilities. Though their creative energies seem to have been entirely consumed by their wildly experimental debut, the Mick Farren have carried on in various incarnations up through the '90s.

About The Deviants

The Deviants' 1967 debut, Ptooff!, is a motley, misshapen thing. Chewing on Donovan free-love folk, Yippie social commentary, and "Dirty Blues" decadence until it all becomes a juicy, hallucinogenic cud, the album opened up new possibilities. Though their creative energies seem to have been entirely consumed by their wildly experimental debut, the Mick Farren have carried on in various incarnations up through the '90s.