The Troggs  

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The Troggs were an English rock band from the 1960s that had a number of hits in the UK and the US. Their most famous songs include the Hot 100 chart topper "Wild Thing", "With a Girl Like You", and "Love Is All Around". "Wild Thing" is ranked #257 on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and was an influence on garage rock and punk rock.

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Discography

Albums

Studio albums

  • From Nowhere... The Troggs (1966) (UK #6) / Wild Thing (1966) (US #52)
  • Trogglodynamite (1966) (UK #10)
  • Cellophane (1967)
  • Love is All Around (1968)
  • Mixed Bag (1968)
  • Contrasts (1970)
  • Troggs (1975)
  • The Trogg Tapes (1976)
  • Black Bottom (1982)
  • AU (1990)
  • Athens Andover (1992)

Live albums

  • Trogglomania (1970)
  • Live at Max's Kansas City (1981)

Official compilations

  • Best of The Troggs (1967) (UK #24)
  • Best of The Troggs Volume II (1969)
  • With a Girl Like You (1975)
  • Vintage Years (1976)
  • Hit Single Anthology (1991)
  • Archaeology (1967–1977) (1992)
  • Greatest Hits (1994) (UK #27)
  • The EP Collection (1996)




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