T.REX - Children of the Revolution / Jitterbug Love 7" SinGle

"Children of the Revolution" is the 1972 song by the British Rock band "T.Rex", is was used as soundtrack for the movie "Born To Boogie"

"Children of the Revolution" was written by Marc Bolan and released in 1972. The song was released as a single, and reached #2 on the UK Singles Chart. It was also included on the band's album "The Slider."

The song is known for its catchy, upbeat sound and its political lyrics, which were inspired by the counterculture movement of the 1960s and 1970s. The lyrics speak of revolution and change, and call on the "children of the revolution" to rise up and make their voices heard.

The song was written during a time when T. Rex's music was becoming more political, and it was one of the band's most popular songs at the time of its release. The song has been covered by several artists over the years and remains a classic of T. Rex's discography.

Artist/Band:  T.Rex aka Tyrannosaurus Rex 

Music Genre:

 
Pop, Rock 
Trivia:  P/S Picture Sleeve , Produed by Tony Visconti - Warrior Music Projects Ltd
Tracks side 1:  Children of the Revolution 
Tracks side 2:  Jitterbug

Label Information:

 
Ariola 12 325 AT
Vinyl Format: 7" Single, PS Picture Sleeve  

Year and Country:

 
1972 Made in Austria / Germany

T.REX Children of the Revolution / Jitterbug Love Tyrannosaurus Rex

T.REX Children of the Revolution / Jitterbug Love Tyrannosaurus Rex