SUPERSNAZZ - ROCK-O-MATIC
@ 320 kbps - Covers are included
01 - Stop Teasing Me Now 02 - Heater 03 - Do Your Homework 04 - I Met Someone 05 - Rock-O-Matic 06 - Photograph 07 - Don’t Ever Tell Me 08 - Radio Radio
The Japanese rock band Supersnazz, named after the Flaming Groovies song, formed in 1990 with Spike on vocals, Tomoko on bass, Kanako on guitar and Skinnie Minnie on drums. In 1993 they released Superstupid! on Sub Pop. In 1994 Skinnie Minnie left the band, and Hisayo, formerly of the Sleez Sisters, joined. In 1997 they released their second album Devil Youth Blues on the Osaka based indie Time Bomb. Later that year came another drummer change, and this time Shoe from Teengenerate came aboard, becoming the first male member. In 1998 Supersnazz released their third album Diode City, and in 1999 The Barbarockets both on Time Bomb. In 2001 the band released Rock-O-Matic from Loft Records, and performed at the Las Vegas Shakedown.
Ps: Supernazz covered "Lookin' for a kiss" on the Japanese tribute to Johnny THUNDERS, Valley of the Tokyo Dolls, and our good friend CURTY RAY from the ever so brilliant PowerPop Overdose had the very good idea to provide us with a link to this excellent rock'n'roll compilation, so don't forget to check the comments to this post.