Hot Legs - Neanderthal Man album flac
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- Lacquer Cut At – Société Phonographique Philips
- Printed By – J.Colombet, Paris XV
- Producer – Hotlegs
- Written-By – Stewart*, Godley*, Creme*
NotesMade in France
This is the common second sleeve
Find the blue sleeve here: Hotlegs - Neanderthal Man
The artist name is stated as "Hot Legs" (on sleeve) and "Hotlegs" (on labels)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 6007 019 1
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 6007 019 2
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): 6007019 1 380
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): 6007019 2 + 380
- Price Code (Labels and backsleeve): Ⓛ
- Other (Backsleeve): Ⓜ
|6007 019||Hotlegs||Neanderthal Man (7", Single, Fou)||Fontana||6007 019||UK||1970|
|2886||Hotlegs||Neanderthal Man (7", Single, Scr)||Capitol Records||2886||US||1970|
|2886||Hotlegs||Neanderthal Man (7", Single)||Capitol Records||2886||US||1970|
|6007 019||Hotlegs||Neanderthal Man (7", Single, Mono, Kno)||Fontana||6007 019||Netherlands||1970|
|6007 019||Hotlegs||Neanderthal Man (7", Single, Lar)||Fontana||6007 019||UK||1970|
Neanderthal man - Hotlegs 1970. Neanderthal Man (7" single version).
UK hit 1970 peaked at N., 14 weeks on chart These guys went on to become one of the best bands EVER from the UK, none other than 1. c.
Neanderthal Man" is a song by Hotlegs, an English pop band that was later relaunched as 10cc. The song, initially created only as a studio exercise to test drum sounds on new recording equipment, sold over two million copies and reached No. 2 in the UK and No. 22 in the US. It reached N. in Italy and Germany and was also a Top 20 hit in Australia, Canada, France, Ireland and Japan.
In the summer of 1981, a Swedish graduate student named Svante Paabo filled a laboratory at the University of Uppsala with the stench of rotting liver. No one at the time had any idea if the desiccated flesh of pharaohs still contained any genetic material, so Paabo decided to run an experiment. He bought a piece of calf’s liver and put it in a lab oven at about 120 degrees for a few days to approximate mummification. In the dried, blackened.
Chimp:Java Man:Piltdown Man: Cro Magnon Man:Neanderthal Man: Modern Human. Piltdown Man was a fake fossil that was comprehensively debunked in 1953 - the same year that 'The Neanderthal Man' was released. The saber-toothed tiger's long fangs aren't shown as it's walking around, but does show when he jumps on a car and in other scenes.
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Illustration of Neanderthal Man. Reprinted from Cell, Vol. 90, 1–3, July 11, 1997. Wo – you thought Neanderthals were more Quazimodo than Quadzilla, didn't you? Well, don't tell that to any of your archeologist friends. Nothing makes them cringe more than using "neanderthal" as an adjective to describe the dumb and the lazy. The Neanderthal was the apex of musculo-skeletal hypertrophy in our evolutionary past.
Neanderthal Man. The Neanderthal or Neandertal was a species of genus Homo (Homo neanderthalensis) that inhabited Europe and parts of western Asia from about 230,000 to 29,000 years ago (the Middle Palaeolithic and Lower Paleolithic, in the Pleistocene epoch). Neanderthals were adapted to cold, as shown by their larger brains, short but robust builds and large nose.
In comparison, the Neanderthal's body was suited to cold environments. But despite this, in the cold climate of the last glaciation, he would have worn animal skins to survive. His upper legs show bold black designs and his fingers are stained with the manganese dioxide pigment he used to create them. The markings are genuine designs by early modern humans - they were copied from engravings found on mammoth bone at Předmostí. The early modern human's legs feature realistic body art. His lower legs are stained red with ochre