Album: Flash Fearless Versus The Zorg Women, Parts 5 & 6 Artist: various artists 1975, Chrysalis Records LP: CHR 1072 Band Members: Elkie Brooks - lead vocals (on 1/6) John Entwistle - bass (on all tracks except for 10), synthesized bass (on 1), lead vocals (on 7) Mick Grabham - lead guitar (on 1), guitar ( on 8) Carmine Appice - drums (on 1/8) Nicky Hopkins - clavinet (on 1), piano (on 3/4/5/7/9) Mike Deacon - piano (on 1/8) Graham Deakin - percussion (on 1/4/6) Thunderthighs - back up vocals (on 1/6) Alice Cooper - lead vocals (on 2/5) Robert A. Johnson - lead guitar (on 2/6), guitar (on 4/7/9) Johnny Weider - guitar (on 2/6) Bill Bruford - drums (on 2/4/6) Jim Dandy - lead vocals (on 3/9) James Dewar - lead vocals (on 4) Kenny Jones - drums (on 3/5/7/9) Justin Hayward - guitar (on 3), acoustic guitar (on 5) Jim Frank - mouth harp (on 3) Eddie Jobson - strings (on 4), synthesizer (on 10) Keith Moon - Long John Silver (on 5), tympani (on 8) Steve Pettican - slide guitar (on 5) Chick Churchill - organ (on 6) Howie Casey - saxophone (on 7) Leslie Duncan - background vocals (on 7/9) Doreen Chanter - background vocals (on 7/9) Jill Mackintosh - background vocals (on 7/9) Frankie Miller - lead vocals (on 8) Kay Garner - background vocals (on 9) Produced by John Alcock. Tracks: 1. Trapped (Steve Hamoond/Dave Pierce) (4:18) 2. I'm Flash (Steve Hamoond/Dave Pierce/Bonnie Pierce) (3:11) 3. Country Cooking (Steve Hammond/Dave Pierce/Rick Jones) (5:05) 4. What's Happening? (Steve Hammond/Dave Pierce/Rick Jones) (6:37) 5. Space Pirates (Steve Hammond/Dave Pierce) (3:13) 6. Sacrifice (Terence Hillyer/Dave Pierce) (3:55) 7. To The Chop (Steve Hammond/Dave Pierce) (2:40) 8. Supersnatch (Rick Jones) (3:25) 9. Blast Off (Steve Hammond/Bonnie Pierce) (4:34) 10. Trapped (Reprise) (Steve Hammond/Dave Pierce) (1:22) Comments: Yes, this album really does exist. The back cover states, "...based on the stage musical to be produced by Weston Gavin." Part 5 is Side A (tracks 1 through 4), and the rest is Part 6. Of course, it's easy to miss Bruford's name up there on a list that includes the likes of John Entwistle, Alice Cooper, and Justin Hayward, to name just a few. For an album with so many big names, however, it sure does fall flat. They all basically sound pretty drunk. Purely for the interest of hard-core collectors, but certainly unique and unusual. There are no parts 1 - 4. The whole idea of the title was a take off of old radio serials / comic books. in fact there was a comic book based around the 'concept' of the album included in the 'NME' somewhere around the time of the original release as a marketing plug / tie-in.
Thanks to John Sowalsky and David Thornhill for providing this information.