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About The Seeds

One-hit-wonders the Seeds pushed "Pushin' Too Hard" into the top 40 in 1967, following up with a number of rote repetitions. Uniformly consisting of garage-y Farfisa organ, sitar-like twangy guitars and meandering vocals, none of their tunes would again pass muster on U.S. charts, and the act was soon relegated to Nuggets obscurity.

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Listen toThe Seedson Rhapsody

One-hit-wonders the Seeds pushed "Pushin' Too Hard" into the top 40 in 1967, following up with a number of rote repetitions. Uniformly consisting of garage-y Farfisa organ, sitar-like twangy guitars and meandering vocals, none of their tunes would again pass muster on U.S. charts, and the act was soon relegated to Nuggets obscurity.

About The Seeds

One-hit-wonders the Seeds pushed "Pushin' Too Hard" into the top 40 in 1967, following up with a number of rote repetitions. Uniformly consisting of garage-y Farfisa organ, sitar-like twangy guitars and meandering vocals, none of their tunes would again pass muster on U.S. charts, and the act was soon relegated to Nuggets obscurity.

About The Seeds

One-hit-wonders the Seeds pushed "Pushin' Too Hard" into the top 40 in 1967, following up with a number of rote repetitions. Uniformly consisting of garage-y Farfisa organ, sitar-like twangy guitars and meandering vocals, none of their tunes would again pass muster on U.S. charts, and the act was soon relegated to Nuggets obscurity.