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Artist Info

Ginger Ale

Ginger Ale
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1. Ginger Ale (1969-1972) was the continuation of Dutch sixties pop group Roek's Family, without its frontman, Roek Williams. The short-lived group never released an album, but out of their handful of singles, two were considerable hits in The Netherlands, particularly the dramatic vocal piece, The Flood which hit #4 in December 1969. Their second Dutch chart success was 1971's Scoobidab, which reached #11.

2. Ginger Ale was (or is?) a French electronic act.
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