Budgie’s greatest albums: a patrons’ information

Budgie’s greatest albums: a patrons’ information

Budgie’s greatest albums: a patrons’ information

Originally often known as Six Ton Budgie, Budgie’s first flight was above Cardiff in 1967. Taking their cue from Led Zeppelin and Cream, the trio’s big-riffing type first took form on 1971’s self-titled debut, produced by Rodger Bain (who labored on Black Sabbath‘s first three albums). 

“I cherished the concept of enjoying noisy, heavy rock, however calling ourselves after one thing diametrically against that,” mentioned Burke Shelley, the bassist with the spectacles and the high-pitched voice. 

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