The Kinks were an influential British Invasion rock band whose key members included brothers Ray and Dave Davies. The Kinks' best known songs include "You Really Got Me" (1964), "All Day And All Of The Night" (1965), "Lola" (1970), and "Don't Forget To Dance" (1983). The Kinks were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990.
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- All Day And All Of The Night 1964
- Dedicated Follower Of Fashion 1966
- Set Me Free 1965
- Sunny Afternoon 1966
- Tired Of Waiting For You 1965
- A Well Respected Man 1965
- Who'll Be The Next In Line 1965
- You Really Got Me 1964
(This song later also became a hit for Van Halen (1978).)
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