Before morphing into psychsters the Superfine Dandelion, Phoenix, Arizona's Mile Ends ruled the local teen haunts, blasting out the drinking anthem "Bottle Up And Go" and opening for acts like the Turtles, the Music Machine, and the Doors. Raw, shaggy, and wild, the Mile Ends were in thrall to the Pretty Things and Them, covering tunes by those and other UK R&B/beat gods.
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Mile Ends, The - Candy Man / Bottle Up And Go / Can Never Say / Bring Em On In  7" EP
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    Before metamorphosing into the Superfine Dandelion, Phoenix's Mile Ends--inspired by playing the top Tempe teen haunt, the Fifth Estate--blasted out the drinking anthem "Bottle Up And Go." With the other side of their first slab of wax (originally released on Rook Records) came a cover of "Candy Man." We've added sizzling previously unreleased Pretty Things and Them covers to that scintillating 45, along with unearthed photographs and liner notes by John P. Dixon, expert on the Phoenix...