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The Rascals (initially known as The Young Rascals) were an American blue-eyed soul group initially active during the years 1965–72. The band released numerous top ten singles in North America during the mid- and late-1960s, including the #1 hits "Good Lovin'" (1966), "Groovin'" (1967), and "People Got to Be Free" (1968), as well as "A Beautiful Morning" (#3 1968) and the lesser-known "A Girl Like You". The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997.

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Soulful Sixties [2004]

SongDuration
Good Lovin 

Legends: Crank It Up [2003]

SongDuration
Good Lovin'2:33

Sunsplashin [2002]

SongDuration
Groovin'2:30

16 Super Hits [1999]

SongDuration
Groovin'2:30

Hot Hits [1999]

SongDuration
Groovin'2:30

More Sunsplashin' [1999]

SongDuration
Groovin'2:30

Ultimate Summer Rock [1999]

SongDuration
Groovin'2:30

Feel the Buzz: Spacin' [1998]

SongDuration
See5:05

Groovin' 60's [Warner] [1998]

SongDuration
Groovin'2:32

Sugar & Spice [Warner] [1998]

SongDuration
Good Lovin'2:28

Only Dance 1965-1969 [1997]

SongDuration
Good Lovin'2:33

Only Love 1965-1969 [1997]

SongDuration
A Girl Like You2:47

Mellow Sixties [1995]

SongDuration
A Beautiful Morning2:29

A Bronx Tale [1993]

SongDuration
A Beautiful Morning2:32

My Girl [1991]

SongDuration
Good Lovin'2:29

AM Gold: 1968 [1990]

SongDuration
A Beautiful Morning2:34

Flower Power [Sony] [1989]

SongDuration
Groovin'2:29

Deja View [1986]

SongDuration
Good Lovin' 

Super Hits, Vol. 5 [Atlantic] [1970]

SongDuration
See5:03

See [1969]

SongDuration
See5:04
Carry Me Back2:53

Groovin' [1967]

SongDuration
A Place in the Sun4:52

Groovin' [Mono] [1967]

SongDuration
How Can I Be Sure2:55

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