Search This Blog

Friday, July 30, 2010


in wav - Covers are included
1. Mighty Idy
2. Bad Attitude
3. Watch For Me Girl
4. Cinderella
5. Don't Jump Me Mother
6. Destroyer
7. Baby Boom
8. Out Of Our Tree
9. Border Line
10. Do Not Enter
11. From Home

Before Jeff "Monoman" Connolly formed Boston's seminal garage rock terrorists the Lyres,
he was in a late-'70s prototype known as DMZ. With the exception of a few musicians, DMZ
and the Lyres were essentially same-sounding bands; DMZ just played with a little more
speed and punk verve. Oddly enough, during the late-'70s signing frenzy of any band even
remotely associated with the punk scenes in Boston and New York City, DMZ got a shot with
Sire Records. The label, exhibiting near-total artistic myopia, teamed the band up with goofball
has-beens Flo and Eddie as producers. While the resulting record was panned, it's far from a
disaster, due mainly to DMZ's ferocity and trashy ebullience. Fans of mid-'60s rock and
speedy trash-rock and whiny Farfisa organs, will love DMZ.
Jeff Conolly - vocals, keyboards
Rick Coraccio - bass
Peter Greenberg - guitar
J.J.Rassler - guitar
Paul Murphy - drums

Saturday, July 24, 2010

The Fuzztones - Lysergic Legacy

The Fuzztones - Lysergic Legacy
@ 320 kbps - Covers are included

1. Johnson in a Headlock
2. Gotta Get Some
3. 1-2-5
4. Bad News Travels Fast
5. I Never Knew
6. Caught You Red Handed
7. Garden of My Mind
8. Romilar-D
9. Look for the Question Mark
10. Nine Months Later
11. Get Naked
12. This Sinister Urge
13. Ward 81
14. Hallucination Generation
15. Hurt on Hold
16. All the King's Horses
17. Strychnine
18. Third Time's the Charm
19. Heathen Set
20. Highway 69
21. Brand New Man
22. Action Speaks Louder Than Words
23. Cinderella
24. In Heat
25. She's Wicked

In terms of dogged perseverance, ignoring passing musical trends to stick to their chosen genre of 60s garage-psych for nearly 30 years, The FUZZTONES qualify as one of the ultimate cult bands, frugging somewhere between The Cramps and The Fleshtones. Formed out of downtown New York’s post-punk melting pot by singer (and only constant member) Rudi Protrudi, the group were named after the mid-60s foot pedal which distinguished the Stones’ Satisfaction, making their recording debut with 1984 single Bad News Travels Fast, on which guitarist Elan Portnoy is credited with “lead grunge” years before the Seattle explosion. The following year saw their debut album, Lysergic Emanations, reaffirming their trademark sound of mysterioso Farfisa organ, sneering vocals and dirty guitar riffs, which has continued until the present on different labels with changing line-ups.With their huge back catalogue and eventful history, The Fuzztones deserve the box set-with-booklet treatment. Meanwhile, LA’s Cleopatra has cobbled together this highly-entertaining release, starting with the first single and featuring another 24 tracks, with highlights including a belting live version of Action Speaks Louder Than Words, spooked Ward 81 (whose video inspired the Ramones’ Psycho Therapy) and Gotta Get Some, one of many tracks which capture that 60s garage production to an uncanny degree.

Monday, July 19, 2010

The Tattooed millionaires - The Power Of Rock N Roll Can Change The World (2009)

The Tattooed millionaires - The Power Of Rock N Roll Can Change The World
in lossless format (ape) - no Covers
1 I Wanna Give It to You
2 Don't Call It Love
3 You Blow My Mind
4 We're In for a Band Spell
5 Are You Ready for the Heat?
6 Sell Your Soul
7 Everybody Dance
8 Smoke My Joint
9 Straight to Hell
10 Your Change Is Gonna Come
Tattooed Millionaires are Saturday morning cartoon characters made real: rock ‘n roll super-heroes nipping at the tentacles of an international banking system which keeps them cowed and makes a mockery of democracy. Guitar-toting Guevaras in gold leather pants.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Tattooed Millionaires - Armed & Hammered (reup)

Tattooed Millionaires - Armed & Hammered (reup)
Lossless format (ape) - NO COVERS (it was sold that way!!!!)
01. Subsonic
02. Teenage Love
03. I Just Want The Drugs
04. Laid in the USA
05. Freedom To Rock
06. All I Want Is You
07. Next Big Thing
08. Gimme Good Head
09. Dance To The Sound
10. How Big Is Your Rock'n'Roll Heart?
Tattooed Millionaires is a glam, punk band hailing from Hollywood California. Their second effort Armed & Hammered is a short one. Clocking in just shy of 29 minutes in length.This CD will immerse you in a punk/sleaze mixture with catchy tunes and ripping guitar solos. And to quote Nekrodad "they're like faster pussycat trying to be punk n roll". So ,if you're that type of guy , you should give this a listen.

Friday, July 16, 2010

The Stems - At First Sight (with bonus cd)

The Stems - At First Sight (with bonus cd)
@ 320 kbps - Covers are included

Disc: 1
1. At First Sight
2. Sad Girl
3. Rosebud
4. Man With the Golden Heart Listen
5. Running Around
6. For Always
7. You Can't Turn the Clock Back
8. Move Me
9. Mr. Misery
10. Can't Forget That Girl
11. Never Be Friends
12. The Otherside

Disc: 2
1. Sad Girl [Single Version]
2. Grooviest Girl in Town [B-Side]
3. My Beach [B-Side]
4. Can't Forget That Girl [Original Demo]
5. Rosebud [Live]
6. Make You Mine [Live]
7. Mr. Misery [Live]
8. Under Your Mushroom [Live]
9. She's a Monster [Live]
10. Love Will Grow [Live]
11. The Otherside [Live]
12. Does It Turn You On [Live]
13. All You Want Me For [Live]
14. Stepping Stone [Live]
At First Sight Violets Are Blue. Reissue of classic 1987 album from the legendary Perth power-pop group. Originally issued through Mushroom Records' White Label on vinyl, the album only saw limited CD release at that time. In the early 90s Rolling Stone Magazine included it in the top 100 Australian releases of all time. The reissue includes a bonus disc with 15 B-sides & live recordings (many of which are available on CD for the first time), 'Sad Girl' (Single Version), 'Grooviest Girl In Town', 'My Beach', 'Can't Forget That Girl' (original demo previously unreleased) & 10 live recordings from the Old Melbourne Hotel, 4/18/1986. Essential!

Monday, July 12, 2010

The Kaisers - Squarehead stomp

The Kaisers - Squarehead stomp (vinyl rip!)
@ 320 kbps - Covers are included
1. Alligator Twist
2. Some Other Guy
3. Soldiers Of Love
4. Uh Huh Oh Yeah
5. Don't Ask Me
6. Hipshake Shimmy Kitten
7. I'm A Hog For You
8. Valley Of The Kaisers
9. Peanut Butter
10. Don't Believe Him
11. Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
12. I Can Tell
13. You Won't Be Satisfied
14. That's My Girl
15. Love Potion Number Nine
16. Money (That's What I Want)
Fans of wild British Invasion era rock ‘n’ roll take note! The Kaisers, more than any other band, have taken the mid-’60s Mersey style to heart and have come up with one of the most primal, enjoyable, realistic albums in a long time. Their choice of covers and original material are about as authentic sounding as you can get and yet there is still a freshness that is so often lacking from other "retro-garage" outfits. From the vocal harmonies, to the production, to the energy, everything is perfect. It’ll make you want to listen to the Beatles and the Zombies all over again. Promise!

Monday, July 5, 2010

Sunday, July 4, 2010

The Finkers - Epilogue (cd1)

The Finkers - Epilogue (cd1)
@ 320 kbps - Covers are included
Complete studio recordings from this mighty Australian powerpop quartet, featuring Michael Carpenter, Mick O'Regan, Matt Allison and Off The Hip boss Mickster. In 1999 they released their impressive debut album "Fresh Set-O-Prints", containing classic tracks like "This Time It's Love", "Adeline Now", "Tonight" and many more. During their 3 year existence they recorded 52 tracks of powerpop laced with garage nous over 2 albums, 2 cd/eps, countless compilation tracks and songs for tribute releases to The Stems, The Replacements, Gene Clark, The Flamin' Groovies, The Real Kids and Radio Birdman. Comes with 16 page full colour booklet including rare pics, and extensive linernotes from main songwriter and all round skin pounder Mickster. All tracks recorded by Michael Carpenter at his Stagefright stuido. All tracks produced by Mickster and Michael Carpenter. All tracks remastered for this release by Ernie-O.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Dr. Feelgood - As It Happens (wav)

Dr. Feelgood - As It Happens (wav)
Covers are included

1. Take A Tip 2. Every Kind Of Vice 3. Down At The Doctors 4. Baby Jane 5. Sugar Shaker 6. Things Get Better 7. She'S A Windup 8. Lights Out 9. Great Balls Of Fire 10. Ninety-Nine And A Half (Won'T Do) 11. My Buddy Buddy Friends 12. Milk And Alcohol 13. Matchbox 14. As Long As The Price Is Right 15. Night Time 16. Riot In Cell Block N°9 17. The Blues Had A Baby And They Named It Rock'N'Roll
Throughout their entire career, Dr. Feelgood never left simple, hard-driving rock & roll behind, and their devotion to the blues and R&B earned them a devoted fan base.
The group's original distinctively British R&B sound was centered on Wilko Johnson's choppy guitar style. Along with Johnson, the original band line-up comprised John B. Sparks (bass guitar), John Martin aka The Big Figure (drummer) and Lee Brilleaux (vocals).
Like many pub rock acts, Dr. Feelgood were known primarily for their high energy live performances, although studio albums such as Down by the Jetty (1974) and Malpractice (1975) were also popular. Their breakthrough 1976 live album, Stupidity, reached number one in the UK Albums Chart (their only chart-topper). But after the follow-up Sneakin' Suspicion, Johnson left the group due to perceived conflicts with Brilleaux. Johnson was replaced by John "Gypie" Mayo. With Mayo, the band was never as popular as with Johnson, but still enjoyed their only Top Ten hit single in 1979, with "Milk and Alcohol". The tune was written by Gypie Mayo, with lyrics by band comrade Nick Lowe after witnessing bluesman John Lee Hooker in concert.