Legendary Dutch Rock band Golden Earring celebrate their Fiftieth
Anniversary, and they celebrate in style by releasing a new EP called
The Hague, a homage after the city where the quartet originates from.
Initially called The Tornados when the band was established in 1961,
they changed their name to The Golden Earrings a year later. Their
first 1965 single ''Please Go'' became a national Top 10 hit. The band
ultimately shook the world in 1973 with their monster hit ''Radar Love'',
which charted in the top ranks on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Now, just in time for their Anniversary concert in the Ziggo Dome in
Amsterdam on Dec 12th, the mini album The Hague contains five
new Rock songs written by Barry Hay, George Kooymans, Rinus
Gerritsen and Cesar Zuiderwijk. The band members describe the
songs as 'sounding new, but typical Golden Earring'.
Also a number of books about the band are in the works. And last but
not least, there's a documentary coming up on the legendary band, to
be aired on Dutch national TV on Dec 4, 2015.
180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL
BRAND NEW MINI ALBUM CONTAINING 5 NEW SONGS!
FIRST PRESSING OF 1500 NUMBERED COPIES ON RED VINYL
JUST EAR-RINGS [MOVLP614]
PRISONER OF THE NIGHT [MOVLP049]
FROM HEAVEN FROM HELL 2X10'' [MOV10001]
1. Je Regrette
2. That's Why I Believe In Her
3. My Lips Are Sealed
1. Did I Make You Up
2. Come On Home