Tyrannosaurus Rex had headlined at the very first Glastonbury in September 1970, as last-minute replacements when The Kinks pulled out. Released in April 1972, the triple 'Glastonbury Fayre' album featured contributions from a host of contemporary stars, including the Grateful Dead, David Bowie, Hawkwind, Brinsley Schwarz, the Pink Fairies, Pete Townshend and Marc Bolan. Bolan's contribution was a stereo home demo recording of a new song, 'Sunken Rags', a veiled dig at the music industry of the time. This is now re-issued for the first time since 1972, on 7-inch orange vinyl. The B-side features the T.Rex studio recording of the song, along with 'Jitterbug Love', both tracks appearing on the B-side of 'Children of the Revolution'.
1) Sunken Rags (Home Demo for Glastonbury Fayre Album) ()
2) Jitterbug Love ()
3) Sunken Rags ()