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The Animals (British album)

The Animals
Studio album by The Animals
Released October 1964
Recorded 1964
Genre Blues rock, rhythm and blues
Length 38:47
Label Columbia (EMI) 33SX 1669
Producer Mickie Most
The Animals UK chronology
The Animals
Animal Tracks
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

The Animals is the Animals' UK debut album, released in 1964.[2] It differed in contents from the group's U.S. debut album, the identically-titled The Animals.

Track listing

Side one

  1. "Story of Bo Diddley" (Eric Burdon, Ellas McDaniel) -- 5:40
  2. "Bury My Body" (Al Kooper, Alan Price) -- 2:53
  3. "Dimples" (John Lee Hooker) [this is a different version than the one found on The Animals on Tour] -- 3:20
  4. "I've Been Around" (Fats Domino) -- 1:40
  5. "I'm in Love Again" (Fats Domino, Dave Bartholomew) -- 3:04
  6. "The Girl Can't Help It" (Bobby Troup) -- 2:24

Side two

  1. "I'm Mad Again" (John Lee Hooker) -- 4:18
  2. "She Said Yeah" (Larry Williams) -- 2:22
  3. "Night Time is the Right Time" (Lew Herman) -- 3:49
  4. "Memphis Tennessee" (Chuck Berry) -- 3:08
  5. "Boom Boom" (John Lee Hooker) -- 3:20
  6. "Around and Around" (Chuck Berry) -- 2:45


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ The Animals - EMI/Columbia 1964 LP 33SX 1669

External links

  • (EMI Columbia 33SX 1669)
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