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  1. A Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy

    A Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy (1985)

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    "A Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy" is the lead single and fourth track from The Kinks' 1978 album Misfits. It was written by Ray Davies.


  2. A Well Respected Man

    A Well Respected Man (1965)

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    "A Well Respected Man" is a song by the British band The Kinks, written by the group's lead singer and rhythm guitarist Ray Davies, and originally released on the U.K. EP Kwyet Kinks in September 1965 (see 1965 in music). It was released as a single in the U.S. during October of that same year and reached #13. "A Well Respected Man" remains one of the band's most popular and best known songs.


  3. All Day & All Of The Night

    All Day & All Of The Night (1964)

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    "All Day and All of the Night" is a song by the British band The Kinks from 1964. It reached No. 2 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 7 on Billboard '​s United States chart in 1965. The song was released on the American studio album Kinks-Size.


  4. All Of My Friends Were There

    All Of My Friends Were There (1968)

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    "All of My Friends Were There" is a song by the British rock band The Kinks. The song, written by the band's main songwriter Ray Davies, appeared on their critically acclaimed album, The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society.


  5. Andy Pyle

    Andy Pyle

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    British, Musician

  6. Animal Farm

    Animal Farm (1968)

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    "Animal Farm" is the first track on the second side of The Kinks' 1968 album, The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society. The track was written by The Kinks' main songwriter, Ray Davies.


  7. Argent

    Argent

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    Argent is an English rock band founded in 1969 by keyboardist Rod Argent, formerly of The Zombies.


  8. Better Things

    Better Things (1981)

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    "Better Things" is a song by The Kinks, released as a single in June 1981 in the UK and November 1981 in the US. A slightly shorter version is included on their album Give the People What They Want.


  9. Big Sky

    Big Sky (1968)

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    "Big Sky" is a song by the British rock band The Kinks. Appearing on their critically acclaimed album The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society, the song was written by Ray Davies.


  10. Black Messiah

    Black Messiah (1978)

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    "Black Messiah" is the third track from The Kinks' 1978 album Misfits. It was written by Ray Davies.


  11. Bob Henrit

    Bob Henrit

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    British musician

  12. Celluloid Heroes

    Celluloid Heroes (1972)

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    "Celluloid Heroes" is a song performed by The Kinks and written by their lead vocalist and principal songwriter, Ray Davies. It debuted on their 1972 album Everybody's in Show-Biz.


  13. Come Dancing

    Come Dancing (1982)

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    "Come Dancing" is a 1982 recording by British rock group The Kinks; a 1983 hit single in both the US and the UK, the track was included on the album State of Confusion.


  14. Dave Davies

    Dave Davies

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    British musician

  15. David Watts

    David Watts (1978)

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    "David Watts" is a song written by Ray Davies that originally appeared on the Kinks's 1967 album Something Else by the Kinks. It was also the American and Continental Europe B-side to Autumn Almanac. It has been included on several compilation albums, including The Kink Kronikles (1972).


  16. Days

    Days (1968)

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    "Days" is a song by The Kinks, written by Ray Davies, released as a single in 1968. It also appeared on an early version of the album The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society (released only in continental Europe and New Zealand), and now appears as a bonus track of the remastered CD. On the original Pye 7N 17573 label, the name of the song is "Day's".


  17. Dead End Street

    Dead End Street (1965)

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    "Dead End Street" is a song by the British band The Kinks from 1966, written by main songwriter Ray Davies. Like many other songs written by Davies, it is slightly influenced by British Music Hall. It was originally released as a non-album single, but has since been included as one of several bonus tracks from the Face to Face CD. The song, like many others by the group, deals with the poverty and misery found in the lower classes of English society. The song was a big success in the UK, reaching #5 on the singles charts, but only reached #73 in the United States. In 1976 it ranked #72 on New Musical Express's list of the Top 100 Singles of All Time. Some labels list the song as "Deadend Street".


  18. Dedicated Follower Of Fashion

    Dedicated Follower Of Fashion (1966)

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    "Dedicated Follower of Fashion" is a 1966 single by British band The Kinks. It lampoons the contemporary British fashion scene and mod culture in general. Originally released as a single, it has been included on many of the band's later albums.


  19. Destroyer

    Destroyer (1981)

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    "Destroyer" is a song by British rock band The Kinks, written by Ray Davies. It was released as a track on the group's nineteenth album, Give the People What They Want, in August 1981, and was the album's lead single in the US. It was not released as a single in the UK.


  20. Don't Forget To Dance

    Don't Forget To Dance (1983)

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    "Don't Forget to Dance" is a 1983 song performed by British rock group The Kinks, released as a single in that year and included on their album State of Confusion.


  21. Drivin'

    Drivin' (1969)

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    "Drivin'" is a track penned by The Kinks's Ray Davies. The song appeared on the 1969 concept album, Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire).


  22. Ducks On The Wall

    Ducks On The Wall (1975)

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    "Ducks on the Wall" is a song by the British rock band The Kinks. The song, appearing on the band's 1975 album Soap Opera, was written by the band's principal songwriter, Ray Davies.


  23. Ev'rybody's Gonna Be Happy

    Ev'rybody's Gonna Be Happy (1965)

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    "Ev'rybody's Gonna Be Happy" is a song by Ray Davies, released as a UK single by The Kinks in 1965. As the follow-up to the number-one hit "Tired of Waiting for You" (indeed their previous 3 singles all made the top 2), it was relatively unsuccessful, reaching number 11. It broke a run of what would have been thirteen consecutive top-ten singles in the UK.


  24. Everybody's A Star

    Everybody's A Star

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    "Everybody's a Star (Starmaker)" is the opening track on The Kinks' poorly received 1975 concept album, Soap Opera. It was written by The Kinks' primary songwriter, Ray Davies.


  25. Everybody's in Show-Biz

    Everybody's in Show-Biz

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    Everybody's in Show-Biz is the tenth studio album released by English rock group The Kinks, released in 1972. A double album, the first disc features studio recordings, while the second disc documents a two-night Carnegie Hall stand.


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