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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

NEW SALEM WITCH HUNTERS Colonial Root Cellar & Hot Sauce & Happenings

NEW SALEM WITCH HUNTERS Colonial Root Cellar & Hot Sauce & Happenings
In FLAC - Covers are included
1. One More Time
2. Go Right Back
3. Greenblade
4. Run Run Run
5. 12 Many Girls
6. Any More Than I Do
7. Fall On Me
8. How Much Does It Take
9. Ending Sleep
10. Keep It To Yourself
11. Run Run Run
12. Jeff Sounds/Death Row Blues
13. Bye Bye Baby
14. We May Be Back

1. Hot Sauce & Happenings
2. The Day Columbus Died
3. 900,000
4. 6 Miles Of Bad
5. All Tied Up
6. Unnatural Blonde
7. Human Zoo
8. Leave My Daughter Alone
9. It's Not True
10. Fog
11. New Curves In School
12. Opposites
13. Dead Man's Girl
14. Female
15. Stoney's
16. The Sun Goes Up & Down
17. Personality
18. Come On Up
The New Salem Witch Hunters are a Garage-Rock institution in their native Cleveland, Ohio. Back in 1986, the Witch Hunters were more than Cleveland's entry into the then-burgeoning 1960s garage-rock revival -- the group was a revelation. Even if you were hip to underground Beatles devotees like the Fuzztones and Marshmallow Overcoat, the Witch Hunters beat 'em all by dispensing with the trappings and just wailing. Tom Fallon's guitar jangle set the tone, but the manic mood was really ratcheted up by singer Dave Atkins' table-hopping at gigs, as well as his between-song banter on such subjects as Anne Frank and President, Andrew Johnson. Not to mention his giant Afro and full beard, which were completely incongruous with any conceivable "modern-rock" look.

Many thanx to LIMBURG for this GREAT contribution

Monday, May 28, 2012

Demolition 23
In Ape - Internet covers are included
  1  Nothin's Alright (Monroe, VanZandt, Wilder) 3:29
  2  The Scum Lives On (Monroe, VanZandt, Wilder) 3:39
  3  Dysfunctional (Monroe, VanZandt, Wilder) 4:23
  4  Ain't Nothin' to Do (Bators, Chrome) 2:32
  5  I Wanna Be Loved (Thunders) 2:37
  6  You Crucified Me (Monroe, VanZandt, Wilder) 5:26
  7  Same Shit Different Day (Monroe, VanZandt, Wilder) 3:21
  8  Endangered Species (Garratt, Harper) 3:35
  9  Deadtime Stories (Monroe, Wilder)

While Demolition 23 is technically a band effort, this is really a Michael Monroe solo album. Once again working with producer and co-writer Little Steven Van Zandt, Monroe dispenses with the hair metal affectation and goes straight for the punk rock jugular. Monroe also emerges as a songwriter on this album, a trend that would continue with his next releases. Demolition 23 grew out of a series of shows at the Grand in New York, billed as Michael Monroe & Friends. With the same lineup as on the album (including former Hanoi Rocks bassman Sam Yaffa) augmented by Little Steven and Joey Ramone, the band tore through a bunch of originals, and the usual helping of Johnny Thunders, Dead Boys, and Ramones covers. The lyrics on this album are generally the best to date for Monroe. Tales of alienation like "Nothin's Alright" and "Dysfunctional" sit right alongside stories of loss such as "The Scum Lives On," a song about his dead buddies, most notably Thunders and Stiv Bators.

This one goes out to Mihaleez (who still promised to buy a copy of the RATBOYS CD HAHAHA!)

Sunday, May 27, 2012

The Reducers - Guitars, Bass and Drums (2008)
In Flac - covers are included
Yeah Yeah 
Don't Ya Wanna 
Count On Me 
Hit It Runnin 
Paranoid Blues 
I Don't Mind 
Stop It Baby 
My Problem (with Mark Mulcahy) 
Sgt. Lonetree 

The Reducers remain on hiatus while Steve continues to fight his illness.Steve still has a very tough road ahead of him but he is deeply grateful for everyone’s generosity and support. It’s now been five months since he hasn't been able to work and the bills continue to pile up while he continues to fight his disease. If you haven’t already done so, please consider helping out and donate on the following page:

There is also a benefit show for Steve in the planning for Friday, June 15th at the Hygienic Art Park featuring the Rivergods, Dogbite, Ken Atkins & the Honky Tonk Kind, Original Sinners in addition to other special guests! Mark your calendars, save the date and plan on being there! It’ll be a fun night of great music and all the money raised will go to Steve and Charlene to help ease their financial situation/burden/worries.

And in a remarkable display of solidarity from the other side of the world, there will be a benefit for Steve taking place in Tokyo! On Saturday, June 2nd our friends Firestarter, Raydios, Rockbottom and the Gimmies will perform at the Shimokitazawa Three club with all profits donated to help Steve! Great friends, great bands, and another night of great music for a good cause.

Download link:,_Bass_&_Drums.rar.html

Special thanx to  JPaul for this brilliant contribution! 

Saturday, May 26, 2012

The Reducers - Old Cons (2003)
In Flac - covers are included
Take the Cash (K.A.S.H.) (Wreckless Eric) 
Baby Come Back (The Equals) 
High Society (Roger C. Reale and Rue Morgue) 
Police Car (Larry Wallis) 
Hippy Hippy Shake (Chan Romero) 
(I Thought I Heard A) Heartbeat (The Inmates) 
Ninety Nine and a Half (Wilson Pickett) 
Mack The Knife (Bobby Darin) 
That's It I Quit (Dr. Feelgood) 
Hurt By Love (Chris Spedding) 
Three Bells In A Row (Ten Pole Tudor) 
Breakout (Chris Spedding) 
Goin' Back Home (Dr. Feelgood) 
Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 
Roaring their way out of the boring landscape that is New London, CT, the Reducers were one of the great underrated bands of the '80s. The band recorded, in just under two years, three albums of punk- and pub rock-inspired rowdy rock & roll, chock-full of wiseass ruminations on life and love. The Reducers were post-punks with a formalist approach to rock & roll: two guitars, bass, and drums that echoed mid-'60s British Invasion and American garage rock. What made them different from the average retro-rock bar band was being hip, funny, and smarter-than-most; plus having two ace songwriters in Hugh Birdsall and Peter Detmold. Absolutely great rock and roll.

Special thanx to  JPaul for this brilliant contribution!

Friday, May 25, 2012

Lee Fields - Let's Get A Groove On

Lee Fields - Let's Get A Groove On
In FLAC - Scans are included
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.

Sunday, May 20, 2012

The Vibrators - Live at the Marquee 1977

The Vibrators - Live at the Marquee 1977
In FLAC - Scans are included

1. Wrecked On You

2. No Fun

3. London Girls

4. Wake Up

5. He's a Psycho

6. No Heart

7. Baby Baby

8. Sweet Sweet Heart

9. Whips and Furs

10. I Need A Slave

11. Feel Alright

12. Sex Kick

13. Jumpin' Jack Flash

14. Bad Times

15. She's Bringing You Down

That the Vibrators were one of the much less important, second-division acts on the original 1976-1977 English punk scene yet were still this great, and this fun, says all you need to know about how incredible that scene (and that era) was. They may not have been the Pistols, Clash, Buzzcocks, Damned, and so on, but this gang of social deviants had their place, then and now. Despite a few silly, bad-taste lyrics (not such a bad idea then), they lit up the night with infectious dynamism, a crude, get-right-to-it approach, and a pile of trad-based riffs -- something made doubly clear by the no-overdubs, total verve Live at the Marquee. Years later, these live, speed-ridden versions of "London Girls," "Whips and Furs," "I Need a Slave," "Baby, Baby," and other Pure Mania kicks still make you want to get up and pogo around your cramped living room. And even Iggy's Stooges and the Rolling Stones would feel like joining you in your jump-around if they heard what these guys do to "No Fun" and "Jumping Jack Flash."

Friday, May 18, 2012

Slaughter And The Dogs - Do It Dog Style

In Flac - scans are included

1. Where Have All The Boot Boys Gone
2. Victims of the Vampire
3. Boston Babies
4. I'm Waiting For The Man
5. I'm Mad
6. Quick Joey Small
7. You're A Bore
8. Keep On Trying
9. We Don't Care
10. Since You Went Away
11. Who Are The Mystery Girls
12. Dame To Blame
13. Johnny T
14. Come On Back
Slaughter And The Dogs first came to the blank generation nation's attention when they blagged the hard-fought support slot to the Sex Pistols' legendary Manchester debut in July 1976. While uniformly squeezed into the haphazard haberdashery of the Kings Road, Slaughter's hearts belonged in another era. They were named by combining album titles from Mick Ronson and David Bowie, covered Velvet Underground and New York Dolls material and grew their hair back as soon as it seemed reasonably safe to do so. Consequently, their glam-angled three chord plummets always seemed slightly contrived, yet the cartoon yob ludicrousness of Do It Dog Style is nothing short of irresistible.
Special thanx to Mr Mushroom for this brilliant contribution

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

PSYCHOTIC YOUTH -Be in the sun

PSYCHOTIC YOUTH -Be in the sun

In FLAC - Scans are included
1 Heart On Hold
2 Nice Girls
3 (Let It) All Hang Out
4 Wanna Be In The Sun
5 Anywhere The Girls Are
6 Hello Ann
7 Jealousy
8 Dino Andino I & II
9 Back On The Sunny Side
10 Then She Goes Down Again
11 Wonder
12 Walking Out On Love
13 14 Or Fight
14 It Won't Be Long Before We See The Sun Shine
Recorded at Silence Studio, Koppom and Music-A-Matic, Gothenburg, Sweden, summer 1991. All songs written by Jörgen Westman except "Wonder" by Norberg/Kiesby (Misty Music) and "Walking Out On Love" by Paul Collins.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Various Young Fresh Fellows cds
In FLAC - Scans are included.
As promised by our good friend LIMBURG, here are various Young Fresh Fellows cds.
The 2 first records on one CD
Totally lost:
Electric Bird Digest:
A 2 CD with one cd of the YFF and another from the other band from Scott ( The Minus 5):
Special Thanx to Limburg for this AMAZING contribution

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

THE CRUSADERS - Middle Age Rampage
In FLAC - Scans are included
1. Deape (We Forart Thereineth)
2. Supryse Packagge Fore Mr. Matzkoy
3. Got To Gett Awaye
4. Alley Cat Gyrle
5. Iye Wante Luve
6. Under Yore Mushroome
The Crusaders from Sydney, Australia, have been descibed as "Australia's wildest garage-punk outfit ever"!! Formed in 1990 out of the ashes of Thee Purple Knights, the band developed their 60's brand of rock into a ferocious brutal 60's punk onslaught, albeit with cabaret overtones.

Many thanx to LIMBURG for this GREAT contribution

Sunday, May 6, 2012

The Records - Shades In Bed
@ 320 - SCANS are included
1. Girl  
2. Teenarama  
3. Girls That Dont Exist  
4. Starry Eyes  
5. Up All Night  
6. All Messed Up And Ready To Go  
7. Insomnia  
8. Affection Rejected  
9. The Phone  
10. Another Star  
11. Abracadabra (Have You Seen Her)  
12. Se My Friends  
13. 1984  
14. Have You Sen Your Mother Baby  
15. Starry Eyes (45 Version)  
16. Paint Her Face  
17. Rock N Roll Love Letter  
18. Wives And Mothers Of Tomorrow  
19. Held Up High  
20. Teenarama (Remix)
Originally released in 1979 on the Virgin label in the UK as Shades In Bed & in the US on Atlantic as The Records this 20 track reissue has the original 10 track album featuring 'Starry Eyes' & 'Teenarama' plus 10 bonus tracks including the previously 12'' only limited edition 4 track covers EP 'High Heels' plus 6 singles & rarities tracks. Bonus tracks 'Girl', 'Girls That Don't Exist', 'Up All Night', 'Insomnia', 'the Phone', 'Abracadabra' (Have You Seen Her?), '1984', 'Starry Eyes' (45 version), 'Rock 'n' Roll Love Letter' & 'Held Up High'.
download link:
The Records - Shades In Bed.rar - 169.9 MB

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Charles Bradley - No Time For Dreaming
In Flac - covers are included
1. The World (Is Going Up in Flames) 2. The Telephone Song 3. Golden Rule 4. I Believe in Your Love 5. Trouble in the Land 6. Lovin' You Baby 7. No Time for Dreaming 8. How Long 9. In You (I Found a Love) 10. Why Is It so Hard? 11. Since Our Last Goodbye 12. Heartaches and Pain
Charles Bradley is Born in Gainesville, Florida in 1948 and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Charles spent the better part of his childhood living on the streets. One of the more optimistic moments of his childhood came in 1962, when his sister took him to see James Brown at The Apollo. Brown’s energy formed a lasting impression on Charles. He went home and immediately began practicing microphone tricks with a broom attached to a string, imitating the Godfather’s every move. With his newfound inspiration came an urgent desire to get off the streets and make something of himself.

Friday, May 4, 2012

The Young Fresh Fellows - Somos Los Mejores

The Young Fresh Fellows - Somos Los Mejores
In Flac - Scans included

1. Two Guitars, Bass and Drums
2. I Don't Let the Little Things ...
3. Get Outta My Cave
4. How Much About Last Night ...
5. Divorce #9
6. Taco Wagon
7. Horses, Horses, Horses, Horses
8. Rock and Roll Guitar
9. Rock and Roll Pest Control
10. Celebration
11. Lost Track of Time
12. Picture Book
13. Hank, Karen and Elvis
14. I Hate Everything
15. Topsy Turvy Theme
16. Take My Brain Away

Los grandes genios del Pacific Northwest americano.
Download link:
Special Thanx to Limburg for this great contribution

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

four years of this blog

The Dead Boys - Night of the Living Dead Boys
In Flac - Scans are included

Today is a special day, not only because it's the birthday of yours truly but also because we celebrate FOUR YEARS of this BLOG. And what a better way to celebrate than with The Dead Boys - Night of the Living Dead Boys.
1. Detention Home

2. 3rd Generation Nation

3. All This & More

4. Caught With The Meat In Your Mouth

5. Tell Me

6. Catholic Boy

7. I Won't Look Back

8. Ain't It Fun

9. What Love Is

10. Ain't Nothing To Do

11. I Need Lunch

12. Son Of Sam

13. Sonic Reducer

Download link:
Special Thanx to Limburg for this great contribution
something else :
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