Scarabus

Ian Gillan BandJanuary 1, 1977
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Scarabus is the third and the last studio album by British jazz rock band Ian Gillan Band, released in October 1977.
The album was reissued in 1982 by Virgin Records in the height of popularity of Ian Gillan's group Gillan. The CD reissue included an extra track, "My Baby Loves Me". This track, recorded live at the Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan, on 22 September 1977, was originally part of the double LP set Live at the Budokan, and had been omitted from the UK release in error.
Ian Gillan re-used the vocal melody of the title track "Scarabus" on the song "Disturbing the Priest" six years later, on the album Born Again during his short tenure with the British hard rock/heavy metal band Black Sabbath. The guitar riff on "Mercury High" is the same as the one played by guitarist Ray Fenwick on "Back USA" from his 1971 solo album Keep America Beautiful, Get a Haircut.

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Songs
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Scarabus4:53
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Twin Exhausted4:06
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Poor Boy Hero3:06
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Mercury High3:30
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Pre-Release4:21
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Slags to Bitches5:07
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Apathy4:14
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Mad Elaine4:16
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Country Lights3:15
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Fool's Mate4:18
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My Baby Loves Me8:12
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Total length
49:47
Tracks
11
Released
February 11, 2003
Label
℗ 2003 Indieblu Music
File type
MP3
Access type
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
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