Neon Indian – Children of the Revolution (T. Rex cover)

Just days after the video release of “Mind Drips,” Neon Indian now provides a stellar remake of

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Just days after the video release of “Mind Drips,” Neon Indian now provides a stellar remake of a classic dating back to 1972. That being the legendary “Children of the Revolution” song which was originally premiered by legendary british rock outfit T. Rex. This version certainly has been modernized with more electro in its presence, and holds up quite nicely. Enjoy!

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