Marc Bolan T.Rex, Top 10, Tuesday Top 10

Top 10 T.Rex Songs :: Top 10 Tuesday

Top 10 Tuesday

Top 10 T.Rex Songs :: Top 10 Tuesday

Marc Bolan T.Rex, Top 10, Tuesday Top 10

Why don’t we hop into the Musical Time Machine and throw it into a Glam-Rock gear so we can take a look at the Best Music from Marc Bolan and T.Rex in this Week’s Top 10 Tuesday. This is a new list at lyriquediscorde, but definitely one that has been in the making for years. Let’s have a listen to some of T.Rex’s Quintessential Albums like Electric Warrior, Dandy in the Underworld, and The Slider, among others, including the EP that was released last April – Rock N Roll EP.

Don’t hesitate, Press Play below and enjoy the Top 10 T.Rex Songs. This Quintessential Top 10 Lists include the Best Tracks off Official Albums, Compilation Albums, Live Recordings, EP’s, Soundtracks, Singles, and More.

T.Rex, Top 10, Top 10 Tuesday

T.Rex were formed in 1967 by Singer-Songwriter, and Guitarist, Marc Bolan. The Band was initially called Tyrannosaurus Rex, and released 4 Psychedelic Folk Albums under the name. In 1969, Bolan began to shift from the Band’s early Acoustic Sound to an Electric one. The next year, he shortened the Band’s name to T.Rex. Soon after, T.Rex became a commercial success as a part of the emerging Glam Rock Scene.

From 1970 to 1973, T.Rex encountered an enormous following and popularity in the UK. They had a run of 11 Singles in the UK Top 10, and scored 4 UK # 1 Hits. The 1971 Album, Electric Warrior, received critical acclaim as a pioneering Glam Rock Album. It reached # 1 in the UK. The 1972 follow-up, The Slider, entered the Top 20 in the US.

In 1977, Marc Bolan died in a car accident several months after releasing T.Rex’s final Studio Album, Dandy in the Underworld.

Marc Bolan T.Rex, Top 10, Top 10 Tuesday

For me, my introduction to Marc Bolan and T.Rex came via Duran Duran, and one of the off-shoots some of the members did with Power Station. Power Station’s Cover Version of T.Rex’s “Bang A Gong (Get It On)” got my attention, and as with most of my Music Discoveries, had me digging for more. Paired up with my Love of David Bowie, my love affair with Glam Rock Music began.

Later, in the very late 80’s and early 90’s, I frequented a variety of Underground Clubs in Hollywood, one of them being Sunday Night’s Club 1970. My love of Marc and T.Rex and all things Glam grew exponentially, and has stuck with me through the years.

I’ve had the pleasure of Listening to T.Rex on Vinyl, Cassette, CD, Digital Streaming, and most recently on 8-Track Tape. My Favorite? It has got to be a tie of Vinyl and 8-Track. I only wish I had a Music-Time-Travel machine that I could go back and see T.Rex play live.

Without further ado, here is a carefully selected Top 10 Best T.Rex Songs List for Top 10 Tuesday.

T.Rex, Top 10, Top 10 Tuesday


1. “Jeepster”
from the Album, Electric Warrior (1971)

“I said,
girl I’m just a vampire for your love,
and I’m going to suck you.”

2. “Cosmic Dancer”
from the Album, Electric Warrior (1971)

“I danced myself out of the womb.
Is it strange to dance so soon?
I danced myself out of the womb.”

3. “Metal Guru”
from the Album, The Slider (1972)

“Metal Guru,
could it be you’re gonna bring my baby to me/
She’ll be wild,
you know,
a rock and roll child,
oh yeah.”

4. “Children of the Revolution”
Single/Originally Non-Album

“Well, you can bump and grind,
if it’s good for your mind.
Well ,you can twist and shout,
let it all hang out.”

5. “Dandy In the Underworld”
from the Album, Dandy In the Underworld (1977)

“But change is a monster,
and changing is hard.
But he’ll freeze away his summers in his underground yard.”

Marc Bolan T.Rex, Top 10, Top 10 Tuesday

6. “Mambo Sun”
from the Album, Electric Warrior (1971)

“Beneath the bebop moon,
I want to croon,
with you.
Beneath the Mambo sun,
I got to be the one,
with you.”

7. “Life is Strange”
from the Album, Tanx (1973)

life is strange,
life is strange
Oh, life is strange.”

8. “Planet Queen”
from the Album, Electric Warrior (1971)

“Well it’s all right,
love is what she want.”

9. “The Slider”
from the Album, The Slider (1972)

“And when I’m sad,
I slide.”

10. “Teenage Dream”
from the Album, Zinc Alloy & The Hidden Riders of Tomorrow (1974)

“Whatever happened to the teenage dream?”

T.Rex, Top 10, Top 10 Tuesday

What did you think of the Top 10 T.Rex Songs?

What Songs would you choose? Do you have a Favorite T.Rex Song?

What would you want added to the list?


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