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Friday, February 27, 2009

The Inmates - Inside Out


The Inmates - Inside Out

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1. Busted 2. Making Time 3. Rescue Me (S.O.S.) 4. Night & Day 5. Grass Is Greener 6. Hey Landlord 7. It'S Better To Have (& Don'T Need) 8. Nervous Breakdown 9. Precious Blue 10. My Dark Side 11. Come Back Babe (I'M In Love With You) 12. Forever (Ain'T So Long) 13. You Got The Look I Like 14. I Think I'D Better Move On
The Inmates were formed in North London in 1977 and soon established themselves as one of the capital’s most popular live groups. Their influences included The Animals, The Pretty Things and The Rolling Stones. They arrived at the tail end of the pub-rock movement, but still managed to find success with their mix of originals and covers of classic R&B and Rock & Roll tunes. Of the latter, a version of the Standells' "Dirty Water," included on the band's 1979 debut First Offence, became a hit on both sides of the Atlantic. Capitalising on chart success throughout Europe & North America, the early Eighties saw the band confirm their international status. Bill Hurley left The Inmates in 1983 through illness and was replaced by long-time friend Barrie Masters from Eddie And The Hot Rods. In 1985 Barrie departed to reform the Hot Rods and Bill Hurley, fresh from the success of his solo album " Double Agent ", returned to his old position, centre stage. In 1987, the leading French newspaper Liberation decided to organise a special concert in Paris as part of the Sgt Pepper 20th anniversary and set their choice on The Inmates as the band who would perform an entire concert of Beatles songs. The resulting live album rapidly acquired a cult status throughout Europe. "Fast Forward" followed in 1989 and was the last album to be produced by top English producer Vic Maile (Motorhead, Dr Feelgood, Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, Hawkwind, Girlschool, The Dogs, The Vibrators…) who played a significant part to the distinctive sound of The Inmates through the years. The album also features Dr Feelgood’s guitarist Gypie Mayo on Robert Cray’s "Bad Influence". "Fast Forward" contains such stage classics as "Caroline", "Move On" and "Dangerous Love", with most tracks written by lead guitarist Peter Gunn and a few well-chosen covers for good measure. Despite their capability to write excellent original material, The Inmates have never been afraid to experiment with cover versions and make them sound as their own songs. "Sweet Nuthin’s" and "Goodbye So Long" are shining examples of the band’s ability to pick songs and make them into energy-fuelled R&B while still paying respect to the original. The remastered version features three previously unreleased live tracks, including a marathon version of their classic "(I Thought I Heard A) Heartbeat", a reminder of the band ‘s infectious garage rock and soul energy on stage. Thanks to Bill Hurley's fine vocals ("The best British singer" – Robert Plant) and Peter Staines blistering guitar work, The Inmates often excel other bands who play "traditional" Rock & Roll, simply because the band is able to give their songs and live act that extra something. The rhythm section of Ben Donnelly and Eddie (also from The Vibrators) together with Tony Oliver’s killer rhythm guitar provide an unmistakable punky R&B drive.
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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Gearhead & Lookout presents All Punk Rods


Gearhead & Lookout presents All Punk Rods

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1. Eddie Intro 2. Let's Go to the Dragstrip - The Nomads 3. Demon Garage - Demonics 4. Nut Cop - Splash 4 5. Long Gone Losers - The Hellacopters 6. Hidden Charms - Quadrajets 7. Certain Year'd Something - The Hi-Fives 8. Updated Theme to Supercar - Man or Astro-man? 9. Ouch! 10. Ted 11. Speedin' Back to My Baby - The Donnas 12. You Are Not - The Peechees 13. Euro-Driver Mechano - Servotron 14. Rock 'N' Roll Was Never This Fun - The Smugglers

All Punk Rods!, a muscle-bound compilation curated by Gearhead magazine and issued by Lookout! Records, combines excerpts from an autocentric episode of The Munsters with 14 of the best drag punk bands in hot rod history. On one slim disc, you get the Nomads, Gas Huffer, Man or Astro-Man?, the PeeChees, Servotron, the Quadrojets, the Donnas, the Smugglers, and others singing about an American passion: fast cars and, more importantly, really fast cars.

Monday, February 23, 2009

The A-Bones - The Life Of Riley (1+2 Records)


The A-Bones - The Life Of Riley (1+2 Records)

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That Jim Sham Rock My Dawgy Heap The Bee Monkey's Uncle Satellite Dish Time Machine Rough Cut She's Gotta Be Boss Jugue El Kabong Button Nose I've Fallen (And I Can't Get Up) Go Betty Go Go Go Go For Louie's Place Darlene Devil Dance A-Bomb Bop Mumbo Jumbo Spinning My Wheels Lug Nuts I'm SNOWED I've fallen (a capella)
Bashing out garage rock years before it was fashionable and rockabilly-influenced sounds as if the Stray Cats had never happened, the A-Bones were a Brooklyn-based five-piece that approached the sloppy greatness of rock & roll's past with a beer-addled enthusiasm that had nothing to do with "oldies" or "nostalgia" and everything to do with the primal impulse to play music that's fast, loud, and wild. Named for a tune by the Trashmen, the A-Bones were led by vocalist Billy Miller and drummer Miriam Linna, who previously bashed it out in the Zantees and were also the brains behind wild-assed pop culture journal Kicks and label Norton Records, both of which reflected the same frantic attitude as their band. (Filling out the lineup were Bruce Bennett on guitar, Mike Lewis and later Marcus "The Carcass" Natale on bass, and Lars Espensen on sax.)

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Voltaire Brothers - I Sing The Booty Electric


Voltaire Brothers - I Sing The Booty Electric
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1. The Mother Ones 2. I Sing the Booty Electric 3. Which One 4. Funky Motion 5. Transparabolicwobblemegatronicthangamabutylspasmotickryptorumpalistics 6. Trouble Man Everyday
Motor City music legend Mick Collins (Dirtbombs, Gories, Blacktop) had for years rumored about making a dirty funk album. A few years and practices later, here is the end result: An amazing funk album that if you didn't look at the production date, you'd swear it was made in 1975.

Saturday, February 21, 2009

The Daktaris - Soul Explosion


The Daktaris - Soul Explosion

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1. Musicawi Silt 2. Musicawi Silt, Pt. 2 3. Quiet Man Is Deam Man 4. Modern Technology 5. Super Afro-Beat 6. Give It Up Turnit Loose 7. Eltsuhg Ibal Lasiti 8. Daktari Walk 9. Voodoo Soul Stew 10. Upside Down

The Daktaris are actually several alumni from Fela Kuti's band, and as expected, Soul Explosion contains massive chunks of throbbing Afrobeat, the style perfected by the late Nigerian performer. Part Nigerian and part American funk à la James Brown, these 10 mostly instrumental tracks are hardcore, juju-headed time bombs from the dance floor of the motherland, with a baritone sax-fronted horn section riding earthshaking rhythms, thundering bass lines, and occasional wah-wah guitar. Except for classic workouts on Fela's "Upside Down," James Brown's "Give It Up, Turn It Loose," and the rare "Musicawa Silt" from Ethiopia's Wallias Band, these are all original tunes from a 15-strong ensemble that charges straight at you like a herd of elephants, absolutely unstoppable. Hopefully, any future release from this outfit will extend the group's monumental grooves beyond a five-minute format, which most of these Lagos-produced tracks fit into. --Derek Rath
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Friday, February 20, 2009

The Mainliners - Bring On The Sweetlife


The Mainliners - Bring On The Sweetlife

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1. Bring On The Sweetlife 2. Sinkin' Feeling 3. She's An Overdose 4. Daughter Of Dimes 5. Dead Man's Hall 6. Robber Of Your Soul 7. Queen Sativa 8. The Lonely One 9. Ordinary Night 10. Loosin' my mind 11. Crocodile Roll 12. Try To Bring Us Down

Modern, gritty rock'n'roll that pays homage to obvious 1960's influences with a certain freshness & aggression that only today's youth can supply. They combine the Stooges' raw exuberance with good old British R&B & a taste of Kinks pop sensibilities. They're smooth, confident & original. Great catchy songs with that dancin' beat!

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Cato Salsa Experience - A Good Tip For A Good Time


Cato Salsa Experience - A Good Tip For A Good Time

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1. Listen To Me Daddy'O 2. So, The Circus Is Back In Town 3. M.F. 4. Lucky Girl 5. I Can Give You Anything 6. Deadbeat 7. Move On 8. High Heeled Leather Boots 9. Time To Freak Out! 10. Tanquaray 11. Albert Bones Electric Meal 12. Got Soul If You Want It (bonus track)

Debut US release from this Oslo band. Kerrang gave the album 5 stars saying, 'As 60's garage rock goes, you won't find and better purveyors of the sound than these fuzzy-riffed funsters'. Includes a bonus track, 'Got Soul If You Want It'. Emperor Norton 2002 release.
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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

The Attack - About Time! Definitive Mod-Pop Collection 1966-68

The Attack - About Time! Definitive Mod-Pop Collection 1966-68
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1. Any More Than I Do 2. Feel Like Flying (Making It) 3. Created by Clive [Radio Session][#] 4. Try It 5. Go Your Way 6. Too Old 7. Colour of My Mind 8. Lady Orange Peel 9. Sympathy for the Devil [#] 10. Neville Thumbcatch 11. Strange House 12. Created by Clive 13. Mr Pinnodmy's Dilemma 14. Come on Up [Radio Session][#] 15. Freedom for You 16. Hi-Ho Silver Lining 17. Magic in the Air (Aka Watch with Mother) 18. Anything [#] 19. We Don't Know
Making up the four great bands of the 1966 pop-apocalypse were The Who, The Action, The Creation and finally The Attack ( first brought to my attention by a close friend of this blog). Four names that in their brevity summed up the instant flash of mod-pop appeal. They had more energy than an H-bomb after flash, and they hit the senses and the soul with a long awaited wake up call. A definitive collection, which includes such stand outs as - Try It "bugged out insanity,with sexual overtones blowing the Standells version into oblivion"; We Don't Know "a tight explosion of mod-soul" ; Anymore Than I Do "a freak beat classic" - plus of course their pre-Jeff Beck version of Hi Ho Silver lining. A Must for all Mod Collectors. Includes for the first time on CD all four Decca singles. Includes previously unreleased material.



Tuesday, February 17, 2009

The Chronics - Make You Move


The Chronics - Make You Move

@ 320 kbps - Covers are included

1. Whatever You Do 2. Stick Around 3. Make You Move 4. Honey Blue 5. Feel Alright 6. Don't Keep Me in Line 7. Hot Blood Boy 8. Rewind 9. Rub Off 10. Soulshaker 11. Tomorrow's News Hard-edged, soulful 60's inspired garage rock from Northern Sweden.

Monday, February 16, 2009

The Real Kids - THE NEW ROSE YEARS


The Real Kids - THE NEW ROSE YEARS
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CD1: Outta Place/All Kinda Jerks Live!
1. Can't Talk to That Girl 2. No Place Fast 3. Senseless 4. It's Been
Real 5. I'd Rather Go to Jail 6. Every Day Is a Saturday 7. Small Town
8. Problems 9. Outta Place 10. Outta Place [Live] 11. No Place Fast
[Live] 12. What She Don't Know [Live] 13. Common at Noon [Live] 14. Do
the Boob [Live] 15. My Baby's Book [Live] 16. Can't Talk to That Girl
[Live] 17. Bad to Worse [Live] 18. She Got Everything [Live] 19. My Way
[Live] 20. All Kindsa Girls [Live]
CD2: HIT YOU HARD
1. She 2. Hit You Hard 3. Now You Know 4. Where I Wanna Be 5. Take It
Slow 6. Right When It's Right 7. She's a Mess 8. Face to Face 9. Some
Love 10. On the Blink
The Real Kids don't need an introduction. For a brief time they were a
very catchy combo, mixing pop and furious rock 'n roll 50's style with
a punk attitude. They were the best band to come out of Boston and its
surroundings.

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Sunday, February 15, 2009

Sixties archives Vol.2 - Texas Punk


Sixties archives Vol.2 - Texas Punk

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1. Undertakers - "Unchain My Heart" (2:17) 2. Undertakers - "It's My Time" (3:04) 3. Society - "High and Mighty" (2:56) 4. Society - "Summer Sunset" (2:42) 5. Cynics - "You're a Better Man Than I" (3:00) 6. Cynics - "Train Kept a-Rollin'" (2:07) 7. Blue Things - "Twist and Shout" (2:46) 8. Blue Things - "Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby" (2:34) 9. Chessmen - "I Need You There" (2:29) 10. Chessmen - "Sad" (2:12) 11. Them - "Dirty Old Man (at the Age of Sixteen)" (1:57) 12. Them - "But It's Alright" (2:45) 13. Outcasts - "1523 Blair" (1:48) 14. Outcasts - "Smokestack Lightning" (3:01) 15. Mouse & the Traps - "I Satisfy" (3:45) 16. Mouse & the Traps - "Good Times" (2:33) 17. Coastliners - "I'll Be Gone" (2:35) 18. Coastliners - "Alright" (2:06) 19. Y'Alls - "Please Come Back" (2:28) 20. Status Quo - "They All Want Her Love" (3:04) 21. Reddlemen - "I'm Gonna Get in That Girl's Mind" (2:23) 22. Passions - "Lively One" (2:31) 23. Pirates - "Cuttin' Out" (1:59) 24. Circus - "Bad Seed" (2:32) 25. Kempy & the Guardians - "Love for a Price" (1:51) 26. Continentals - "I'm Gone" (2:49) 27. Pack - "Baby I Ask You Why" (2:04) 28. Danny & the Counts - "You Need Love" (2:34)
Pretty much what the title suggests. This is all prime US '60s garage psych material featuring the likes of Undertakers, Cynics, Blue Things, Mouse and The Traps, Coastliners, Outcasts, Society and the best of the rest of Texas garage punk.
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Friday, February 13, 2009

Thunder Express - We Play For Pleasure


Thunder Express - We Play For Pleasure

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1. Off I Go 2. Get Back In 3. Coming Back 4. Always Up to Something New 5. Stupid Lies 6. I Won't Pretend 7. In My Mind 8. I Don't Understand at All 9. Believe in You 10. Feed My Dreams

Robert Dahlquist, lead guitarist for the great Hellacopters, shows his songwriting abilities with his band Thunder Express. On their debut album We Play For Pleasure, Dahlquist and co. get down with some inspired, old fashioned, no-frills rock and roll. The band, inspired by all-time greats MC5, Stooges, The Stones and The Faces, really sets out to have both fun and deliver a top notch performance. Thunder Express succeeds and as a result delivers a very satisfying CD.
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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Thunder Pistols


Thunder Pistols
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1. She's So Blind 2. Shootin' The Goo 3. 5 Days To Wait 4. Wild One 5. Sex Appeal 6. Junk 7. So Sorry 8. I Don't Need You 9. Ridin' High 10. City Streets

Sometimes life can be simple. Take the Thunder Pistols for instance. Does this name remind you of Johnny Thunders or the Sex Pistols? This is exactly what you get all rolled in one. Sometimes life can be simple!

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Flash Cadillac & The Continental Kids - Sons Of The Beaches


Flash Cadillac & The Continental Kids - Sons Of The Beaches

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1. Did You Boogie (With Your Baby) 2. Summer Means Fun 3. Time Will Tell 4. Hot Summer Girls 5. It's a Summer Night 6. Come On, Let's Go 7. Good Times, Rock & Roll 8. You Sat Right There 9. I Wish You'd Dance 10. It's Hard (To Break the Ice) 11. Rock & Roll Menace 12. See My Baby Jive 13. Brown Water [Apocalypse Blues] 14. Did You Boogie (With Your Baby)

I first heard of Flash Cadillac in "American Graffiti". The classic harmonies and neat guitars and (backing sax) on such tracks as "Time Will Tell" "You Sat Right There" "I Wish Youd Dance" & "Good Times, Rock & Roll" are almost instantly ingrained from the first listen.
With the addition of bonus tracks "Did You Boogie(With your Baby)" and "See My Baby Jive". A classic album of Rock & Roll as performed in the '70's.
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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Dwight Twilley Band - Sincerely - Twilley Don't Mind


Dwight Twilley Band - Sincerely - Twilley Don't Mind

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1. I'm on Fire 2. Could Be Love 3. Feeling in the Dark 4. You Were So Warm 5. I'm Losing You 6. Sincerely 7. TV 8. Release Me 9. Three Persons 10. Baby Let's Cruise 11. England 12. Just Like the Sun 13. Here She Come 14. Looking for the Magic 15. That I Remember 16. Rock and Roll 17. Trying to Find My Baby 18. Twilley Don't Mind 19. Sleeping 20. Chance to Get Away 21. Invasion 22. I Don't Know My Name 23. Shark (In the Dark) 24. Didn't You Say 25. You Never Listen to My Music
Sincerely, the Dwight Twilley Band's debut album from the late 70s, is simply a masterpiece, easily one of the best Power Pop records ever made. Twilley Don't Mind, the follow-up, maybe came up a little short when compared to Sincerely, but is still a great album. Both of these records stand up to anything made in that era or style, including Big Star, Badfinger, Cheap Trick, et al. Having those two albums on one CD is reason enough to get this release, but the real clincher is the bonus material: four extra tracks recorded in the same area. All four stand up to the best material on the two albums.
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Monday, February 9, 2009

Psychedelic Microdots Of 60's Vol.1 Orange, Sugar &


Psychedelic Microdots Of 60's Vol.1 Orange, Sugar & chocolate

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1. I Ain't No Miracle Worker - The Brogues 2. Don't Shoot Me Down - The Brogues 3. You Burn Me Up and Down - We the People 4. In the Past - We the People 5. My Brother, the Man - We the People 6. By the Rule - We the People 7. You Ain't Tuff - Lindy Blaskey 8. Let It Be - Lindy Blaskey 9. Smell of Incense - The Southwest F.O.B. 10. Mindrocker - Fenwyck 11. Psychedelic Siren - The Daybreakers 12. Show Me the Way - The Free for All 13. (I've Got) Nowhere to Run - More-Tishans 14. Good Times - Nobody's Children 15. Mirror of Your Mind - We the People 16. Half of Wednesday - We the People 17. Free Information - We the People 18. Too Much Noise - We the People
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Sunday, February 8, 2009

Lee Fields - Let's Get A Groove On

Lee Fields - Let's Get A Groove On
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1. Intro by Mr. Fields 2. Let's Get a Groove On 3. Watch That Man 4. Hey Sallie Mae (Get Off My Feet) 5. All by Myself 6. Let a Man Do What He Wanna Do 7. Put It on Me 8. Take It or Leave It 9. Steam Train 10. I'm a Millionaire 11. Bad, Bad, Bad

If you dig James Brown, you'll dig this! Enough said.

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Thunder Express - Republic Disgrace


Thunder Express - Republic Disgrace

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1. Republic Disgrace 2. New York Gold 3. Leaving with Ease 4. Switch 5. Everybody Knows About a Broken Heart 6. Pick It Up 7. Matrimotion 8. Vegas 9. From Pleasure to Pain 10. Panic

2007 sophomore album from the Swedish Garage rockers produced by Mattias Barjed, guitarist from The Soundtrack Of Our Lives. Their sweaty, full-throttle musical attack owes a tip of the hat to MC5 mixed with the swagger of The Rolling Stones.
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Friday, February 6, 2009

Ben Vaughn MONO (Italy)


Ben Vaughn MONO (Italy)

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1. Cross Ties 2. Goin' Down the Road 3. Sundown, Sundown 4. Our Favorite Martian 5. Daddy Rollin' in Your Arms 6. Strange Desire 7. Jailbait8. Exploration in Fear 9. Just a Little Bit of You 10. Dark Glasses 11. Magdalena 12. I've Waited Too Long, Too Late 13. Out of Control 14. Skip a Rope 15. heart like a rock16. Melody for an unknowing girl
Recorded in mono and four years in the making, Vaughn's MONO is a labor of love. Vaughn dug up some ace tunes, brought them back alive, and re-made them himself - no attempt here to carbon copy the originals. Just a serious fan having serious fun. MONO is Vaughn's half remembered/half imagined AM radio station...coming in loud and clear...coast to coast.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

The Breadmakers - Hoodoo Nightspot


The Breadmakers - Hoodoo Nightspot

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1.Hoodoo Nightspot 2.Playing Hookey 3.I'm Evil 4.Hipshake 5.Looking For My Baby 6.Cry, Cry, Cry 7.Tee Na Nee Na Nu 8.Della Street 9.The Music's Hot

The Breadmakers have been playin' their sleazy brand of swingin' Louisiana swamp pop and garage trash around hometown Melbourne, Europe, the States and Japan for close to twenty years.
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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

The DTs - Filthy Habits


The DTs - Filthy Habits
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1. April Holeso 2. Mystified 3. Freedom 4. Crowfinger 5. Turn Loose 6. Red Eye 7. Sweet Words 8. Star Time 9. Sugar Pie 10. Lights Out

Sophomore album by Bellingham, WA's brightest, toughest and finest r&r combo! feat. the Janis Joplin-esque irresistible sexy growl of Diana Young-Blanchard & the fab guitar licks of Estrus head honcho Dave Crider. Chock full of killer originals!




Tuesday, February 3, 2009

The DT's - Hard Fixed


The DT's - Hard Fixed

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1. Loaded Gun 2. Proud Man 3. Slide 4. On the Ground 5. Breakdown 6. Hurt Is Over 7. Live It Up 8. Star 69 9. Eyes to the Sun 10. Chopper

Featuring former members of Madame X, Watts, and the Mono Men, the Dt's do just that on their debut album, Hard Fixed. In fact, it's all far beyond what even diehard fans of those previous groups would expect.
The best way to describe the Dt's sound would be to say it's like a cross between Big Brother & The Holding Company and AC/DC--this is music that swings on a pendulum between R&B/soul and hard rock. However, while these riffs are coming from that R&B source of inspiration, there's no question Dave Crider is the guitarist in this band. Even though the starting point is a bit different than in the past, his distinct style and tone ring clearly throughout Hard Fixed. For that reason, fans of Watts and the Mono Men should undoubtedly love the Dt's, as well. The real revelation here is Diana Young-Blanchard's vocal performance. A far cry from the laid back jazzy lounge style of her work with Madame X, the Dt's sound has allowed this woman's voice to finally open up. Her tracks on Hard Fixed come off as freeingly unhinged, like a slightly less abrasive Janis Joplin.
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Monday, February 2, 2009

Vacant Lot - Because they can


Vacant Lot - Because they can

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1. Hard Hard Time 2. Miss You Baby 3. Good As Gone 4. You Were On My MInd 5. In Her Eyes 6. Sooner Or Later 7. I Won't Say I'm Sorry 8. Nothing More Or Less 9. Take Her Place 10. Short Chain 11. Can't Take Anymore 12. Loyola
Following in the great New York tradition of the Speedies (down to a common high school), the Vacant Lot purified the sound of pop-punk to its catchy essence, consigned the Ramones comic book mentality to cartoon artwork and aspired to the panache of teen-dream stardom without ever truly outgrowing the city's clubs. Tight, energetic and bursting with cool tunes played fast enough to spin heads, the Vacant Lot is a phenomenal live band that very nearly managed to get the same charge going on the first of their three studio albums.
Recorded two years before its release, the twelve-song, 27-minute ...Because They Can is an accurate taste of the quartet's rollicking exuberance. Singing calmly in an ordinary voice over Mitro's hot-wired guitar interjections, Ciccone gives originals like "Hard Hard Time," "I Won't Say I'm Sorry" and "Good as Gone" the same pep as superspeed covers of the We Five's "You Were on My Mind" and the Dictators' "Loyola." (That song's author, Andy Shernoff, is one of the album's producers.) A couple of obviously Ramones-styled numbers are distinctly sub-par, but the rest ring as true as '78 classics.Trouser Press [Ira Robbins]
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Sunday, February 1, 2009

Psychedelic Microdots, Vol. 2; Texas Twisted


Psychedelic Microdots, Vol. 2; Texas Twisted
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1. Making Time 2. Empty Heart 3. She Don't Know 4. Near You Babe 5. My Flash on You 6. Green Skies 7. Captain Soul 8. About Me and You 9. You're Gonna Miss Me 10. Fire Engine 11. You Really Got Me 12. Roll Over Beethoven 13. Mercy Mercy 14. Tried to Hide [#] 15. Gloria 16. Fire Engine [#] 17. You're Gonna Miss Me [#] 18. Roller Coaster [#]
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