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*"[[Poison]]"
 
*"[[Poison]]"
 
**Originally appeared on the MC5's 1971 album '''''High Time'''''.
 
**Originally appeared on the MC5's 1971 album '''''High Time'''''.
**It was written by [[Wayne Kramer]] and "covered" on his first solo album '''''[[The Hard Stuff]]''''', with [[Buzz Osbourne|Buzz]], [[Dale Crover|Dale]] and [[Mark Deutrom|Mark D]].
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**It was written by [[Wayne Kramer]] and "covered" on his first solo album '''''[[The Hard Stuff]]''''', with [[Buzz Osborne|Buzz]], [[Dale Crover|Dale]] and [[Mark Deutrom|Mark D]].
 
**They released their remix of the track on '''''[[Singles 1-12]]'''''.
 
**They released their remix of the track on '''''[[Singles 1-12]]'''''.
 
*"[[Rocket Reducer No. 62 (Rama Lama Fa Fa Fa)]]"
 
*"[[Rocket Reducer No. 62 (Rama Lama Fa Fa Fa)]]"
 
**Originally appeared on the MC5's 1969 LP '''''Kick Out The Jams'''''.
 
**Originally appeared on the MC5's 1969 LP '''''Kick Out The Jams'''''.
 
**The Melvins version appeared on some Japanese pressings of '''''[[Houdini (album)|Houdini]]''''', and as a b-side to the "[[Hooch (single)|Hooch]]" CD single and "[[Lizzy (single)|Lizzy]]" CD single, as well as on the bootleg compliation '''''[[LEECH - (bootleg compilation)|Leech]]'''''.
 
**The Melvins version appeared on some Japanese pressings of '''''[[Houdini (album)|Houdini]]''''', and as a b-side to the "[[Hooch (single)|Hooch]]" CD single and "[[Lizzy (single)|Lizzy]]" CD single, as well as on the bootleg compliation '''''[[LEECH - (bootleg compilation)|Leech]]'''''.

Latest revision as of 03:55, 19 October 2007

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MC5 was a hard rock band formed in Lincoln Park, Michigan, U.S. in 1964 and active until 1972. The name MC5 was short for Motor City Five.

The band were Rob Tyner vocals, Wayne Kramer and Fred "Sonic" Smith on guitar, Michael Davis on bass, and Dennis Thompson on drums.

MC5 songs performed by Melvins: