September 27, 2017 Record of the Day

Due to riots and fights at their European concerts, the Kinks were not at first welcomed in the U.S. The title of their 1966 album “The Kink Kontroversy” refers to the problems they were experiencing. Fronted by brothers Dave and Ray Davies, the Kinks went on to become one of the most prolific hit-makers of the British Invasion. Released on Reprise records, a stereo copy of “The Kink Kontroversy” is worth up to $25.00 but a mono copy can sell for $125.00 today.

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