Damaged Goods 90s sampler of all things Garage Punk! Dirty & wild, loud & primitive, more low-fi than the low-fi itself! For your pleasure only ...!
1.Thee headcoats-Deer stalkin man
2.Armitage Shanks-Dagger attack
3.Holy Golitghtly-In you
4.Cee Cee Beaumont-led pedal
5.Spitbaby-Cherry muffin time
6.Sexton Min & Diamond Gussets-YMAH
7.The Stewed-Get out of my love
8.The Kravin A's-The picker
9.The Green Hornets-Out of my head
10.The Phantom Pregnancies-Project P-KO
13.Jesse Hector & The Sound-Lies you told
14.Capmus Tramps-Knocked out cold
15.Fire Dept-Touch on me
16.Thee cybermen-Snake Eyes suzy
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Monday, January 28, 2008
From Leeds Uk, one of the finest examples of hymns to eternal adolescence! The Debut Lp of the Wedding Present in 1987!!!
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
The Wicked Thing loves Girls In The Garage! Here is the debut LP of the The Bristols and the fantastic Fabienne Delsol! Pure 60s influenced beat with French accented vocals magic!!
Sunday, January 20, 2008
Guaranteed Bowie-free "Raw Power" original mixes from the Bomp vaults!
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Tuesday, January 15, 2008
A groundbreaking compilation -- and one of the first sets to ever explore the rare treasure trove of grooves from the sound library scene! This one's filled with 16 sparkling grooves from the vaults of the KPM record library -- a rare source for radio and TV production tunes that's been mined by other folks over the years, but not so classically as the folks at Blow Up! The set's got some monster funky grooves from the gods of the Brit Easy scene -- Alan Hawkshaw, Johnny Pearson, Alan Parker, Ray Cameron, Keith Mansfield, and others -- and titles include "Move Move Move", "Snowman's Stomp", "Rocky Mountain Runabout", "Take To The Sky", "Come Here Calcutta", "Powerhouse Pop", "The Zodiac", and "French Kick". Very nice -- and with plenty of Hammond, horns, and cool guitars!
(Text From: Dustygroove.com)
Friday, January 11, 2008
Deconstructionist trash-rock act Pussy Galore is noteworthy if for no other reason than the bands that it would eventually spawn--Boss Hog, Free Kitten, the Royal Trux, and the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, among others. Formed by the latter act's titular corpse-of-Elvis frontman in the early 1980s, Pussy Galore were about as offensive, aggressive, and inaccessible as a band that professed a love of the Rolling Stones could get. Nonetheless, Spencer and company's clanging no-fi sound and its slaying of one rock-&-roll sacred cow after another represented a fearless interpretation of punk, one that influenced many a band to follow in its twisted wake. In September '86, Pussy Galore recorded tracks for "Pussy Gold 5000", In January '87, "Pussy Gold 5000" was released, the single pressing of 3,000 sold out in one month.
Arguably one of the most inept bands of all times, Pussy Galore played blaspheme, obscene, irriverent, barbaric and often out-of-tune punk-blues. The hoarse and demented vocals of John Spencer, the ridicule guitar strumming of Julia Cafritz and Neil Hagerty framed the sub-amateurish sound of the EP Groovy Hate Fuck (1986). They moved to New York, where they added ex-Sonic Youth drummer Bob Bert and keyboardist Cristina Martinez, and they tripled the absurdity of their garage-sound. Thus, their first full-length, Right Now (1987), sounded like Captain Beefheart meeting the Cramps and Einsturzende Neubauten in a studio with defective microphones. Spencer disassembled and "de-sematicized" rock'n'roll and then built a new syntax based on the genre's illicit sounds, i.e. on its most subversive codes. And carried out this semiotic operation while posing as a satanic pervert. Dial M For Motherfucker (1989) was even more meaningless and pointless, but that was precisely the point. Pussy Galore begot an impressive cast of alternative groups: Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Royal Trux, Bewitched, Boss Hog, etc. Never was an irrelevant entity made so relevant by its irrelevance.
(text From: Cd Universe & Scaruffi.com)
Monday, January 07, 2008
Second LP by the Sydney's Legends the Johnnys in 1988! True and original Rock n Roll of the finest quality like only the Australians do know!!!
Friday, January 04, 2008
Limited edition of 500 copies , excellent bootleg from Australia's Rock n Roll originals re-issued in 1998. It includes various studio takes as well as some live recordings from the same period!