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Friday, June 29, 2012

Gentleman Jesse - Leaving Atlanta


Gentleman Jesse - Leaving Atlanta
In FLAC - Scans are included
   1. Eat Me Alive  
   2. I'm Only Lonely   
   3. Take It Easy On Me  
   4. What Did I Do     
   5. You Give Me Shivers    
   6. Careful What You Wish For  
   7. Kind Of Uptight     
   8. Frostbite     
   9. I'm A Mess    
 10. Word Gets Around     
 11. Covered Up My Tracks     
 12. Rooting For The Underdog    
 13. We Got To Get Out Of Here 
2012 release from the acclaimed singer/songwriter. To cope with the reality of living in Atlanta, a place that was going straight to hell, Jesse went down to the basement of his house and wrote 20 songs that would become Leaving Atlanta. What could have easily become a bummer record ended up being nothing short of inspiring. The album is bookended by 'Eat Me Alive,' an anthem of perseverance that was for Jesse a demon-exercising tool, and another mover titled 'We Got to Get Out of Here,' which is less about getting out of an actual location and more about getting out of a state of mind. Stylistically, Jesse never strays from his bread and butter: short, hook-driven and delicately patterned rock 'n' roll songs. One could compare him to Nick Lowe, Elvis Costello or Paul Collins 'til the cows come home, but at this point Gentleman Jesse sounds like Gentleman Jesse. Leaving Atlanta is Jesse hitting his personal and musical stride.




Monday, June 25, 2012


The Breakaways - Walking Out On Love- The Lost Sessions
In Flac - scans are included
 1. Everyday Things  
 2. One Way Ticket   
 3. Radio Station   
 4. Little Suzy   
 5. Working Too Hard   
 6. Thing Of The Past  
 7. I Don't Fit In  
 8. Will You Come Through?   
 9. House On The Hill 
 10. Do You Want To Love Me?  
 11. Let Me Into Your Life  
 12. USA  
 13. Walking Out On Love

This cd features demos cut by Peter Case and Paul Collins in between the demise of the Nerves and the formation of their respective bands, the Plimsouls and the Beat. The thirteen songs include a few that had been recorded by the Nerves such as "One Way Ticket" and "Working Too Hard," as well as originals that would become staples for the Plimsouls ("Everyday Things") and Beat ("I Don't Fit In," "Let Me Into Your Life," "USA" and "Walking Out on Love"). Even more interesting to fans are the originals that didn't make it past these rough demos. "Radio Station" features the deep reverb guitar and impassioned vocal Case would perfect with the Plimsouls, "Will You Come Through?" has the ringing guitar of a P.F. Sloan folk rocker, and "House on the Hill" shows off Case's rock `n' soul sound.
In addition to the songs Collins would re-record with the Beat, he offers the driving drums and Everly-styled harmonies of "Little Suzy" and the rhythm-guitar propelled "Do You Want to Love Me?" As Collins notes in the liners, "this is the sound of pop on the streets of Los Angeles circa 1978, no money, no deals, just the burning desire to make something happen in a town without pity." Case and Collins approached these sessions with the unbridled passion and total dedication of musicians without masters - no label, no audience, no radio stations, no managers or agents, just the muse of pop music. The recordings may be fuzzy in spots, but the invention is clear as a chiming bell.
http://verzend.be/s8tj3suc3br6/The_Breakaways_-_Walking_Out_On_Love-_The_Lost_Sessions.rar.html
Special thanx to  JPaul for this brilliant contribution! 

Friday, June 22, 2012

The Wanderers - Only Lovers Left Alive


The Wanderers - Only Lovers Left Alive
In Flac - covers are included
1] Fanfare For 1984
2] No Dreams
3] Dr. Beter
4] Little Bit Frightening
5] Take Them And Break Them
6] It's All The Same
7] The Times They Are A Changin
8] Ready To Snap
9] Can't Take You Anymore
10] Sold Your Soul For Fame
11] Circles Of Time
12] There'll Be No Tomorrow
13] Beyond The Law
This is not only Stiv, it's Sham 69 backing him up! In between his solo album and Lords Of The New Church Stiv & the Sham boys put together this heavily produced (strings) and paranoid album based on a little kid and conspiracy theories. Underneath it all it's still vintage Stiv Bators, same voice, attitude and the usual appearance of 60's garage influences. If you're expecting Dead Boys don't. If you want a cool post-punk rock'n'roll album you'll buy this.



Friday, June 15, 2012

The Normals - 1978 Recordings


The Normals - 1978 Recordings
In Flac - Scans are included
Collection of material from NOLA's finest KBD-era punk outfit The Normals. For the unfamiliar, The Normals claim to fame is the seminal "Almost Ready" 7' (the only record they managed to release during their time), the title cut of which is one of the most perfect slices of punk with a pop edge ever committed to wax and immortalized on KBD Vol. 10. For those already familiar with The Normals' legacy, the question is "What does this disc offer that wasn't included on the "Your Punk Heritage" CD from a few years ago?" Well, the answer to that Jimmy, is plenty. While "Your Punk Heritage" contained some '79 studio sessions and demos and some live material padding from '84, this here disc is made up entirely of 1978 recordings. Meaning, the original two songs from the 7", plus an entire seventeen track demo session from 1978 that seems to predate the recording from the 7". A couple of these appeared on YPH in one variation or another, but by my count only five of these tracks have been heard before. That leaves a dozen honest-to-goodness "new" cuts. How do they sound? Super fine, brother, let me tell ya. Roughed up but still perfectly presentable, a punker and snottier version of the band that appeared on the single. The unheard material has more of a lewd vibe as well ("Suzy Suckoff" "Eat Me Raw"), with "Schoolgirl Domination" and "Feelies" being my pick of the new litter. Did they write anything else as amazing as "Almost Ready"? Of course not. But these guys were far from the one-trick pony that many KBD-era bands turned out to be. This baby is well worth an investment, and honestly a superior compilation to "Your Punk Heritage". Contains brief liner notes from David Normal and lyrics to most of the songs (in Japanese and English) plus a few photos in the booklet. Well done. (terminal boredom)
http://verzend.be/qky27h6z2v3r/The_Normals.rar.html

Special thanx to  JPaul for this brilliant contribution! 

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

The Pagans - Shit street

The Pagans - Shit street
In Flac - Scans are included

1. What's This Shit Called Love (Studio '77-'79)
2. Street Where Nobody Lives (Studio '77-'79)
3. Haven't Got The Time (Studio '77-'79)
4. I Juvenile (Studio '77-'79)
5. Eyes Of Satan (Studio '77-'79)
6. I Don't Understand (Studio '77-'79)
7. Not Now No Way (Studio '77-'79)
8. Don't Leave Me Alone (Studio '77-'79)
9. Boy Can I Dance Good (Studio '77-'79)
10. Six And Change (Studio '77-'79)
11. Dead End America (Studio '77-'79)
12. She's A Cadaver (Studio '77-'79)
13. Little Black Egg (Studio '77-'79)
14. Yeah Yeah (Studio '77-'79)
15. Heart Of Stone (Studio '77-'79)
16. Real World (Studio '77-'79)
17. Fortune Teller (Studio '77-'79)
18. Give Up (Studio '77-'79)
19. I Can't Explain (Studio '77-'79)
20. Say No (Live 1979)
21. Fortune Teller (Live 1979)
22. I Don't Understand (Live 1979)
23. Yeah Yeah (Live 1979)
24. Street Where Nobody Lives (Live 1979)
25. Heart Of Stone (Live 1979)
26. Eyes Of Satan (Live 1979)
27. Real World (Live 1979)
28. I Juvenile (Live 1979)
29. Secret Agent Man (Live 1979)
30. She's A Cadaver (Live 1979)
31. Not Now No Way (Live 1979)
32. It's All Over Now (Live 1979)
33. Search & Destroy (Live 1979)

70-minute Shit Street CD is crammed with all but one of the vinyl cuts plus loads of raw 1978-1979 live roarers, including 2 most ass-slappin' covers of It's All Over Now and Search & Destroy featuring guest guitar & vocal grunt from DEAD BOYS Cheetah Chrome & Jimmy Zero!! Also features extensive liner notes chockfulla 'tude and info by lead howler MIKE HUDSON hisself! 33 cuts of classic U.S. punk from 1977-1979.
https://rapidshare.com/files/2012475085/Shit_Street.rar
Many thanx to LIMBURG for this GREAT contribution

Sunday, June 10, 2012


Wrong Turn - Nothing Grows From Scars
In FLAC - Scans are included

Baby Talk
Too Much
Look Inside
One On One
Last Train To Belgrave
Nervous Breakdown
Home
Can't You See
You Don't Know
Slow Down
Speedball
So Fine
Skinny Minnie

What can you say about a couple of guys who combined have been playing raw angst ridden rock and roll for more than 50 years...they must have taken a Wrong Turn.Ian Wettenhall and Todd McNeair present a formidable sound. Wrong Turn pump and grind out the primitive punk rock and roll they have remained true to for decades. Drawing inspiration from obscure 1950s rock and roll, 60s garage, R&B and the best of 70s punk rock these guys have put together a potent cocktail to go!
Not your usual run of the mill blues based duo, Wrong Turn are infused with pure punk. Ian cut his teeth in the 1980s in legendary 60s tinged psych band, The Philisteins. He has also played in The Freeloaders, Seminal Rats, Hands of Time, Lords of Gravity and The Stoneage Hearts.Todd's unique drum style provided the backbone to Seminal Rats, Hoss and The Powder Monkeys. Whether on record or playing live, he is a powerhouse who has helped create some of the most intense and memorable rock and roll this country has seen.For those in the know Wrong Turn's combined history should give you a good indication of the sounds these guys conjure up. For those who aren't, its time you found out!
https://rapidshare.com/files/2366059773/Nothing_Grows_From_Scars.rar
Special Thanx to Limburg for this great contribution

Friday, June 8, 2012

The Plimsouls - Gangrene Tambourines


The Plimsouls - Gangrene Tambourines K7
In Flac - Scans are included
01 00:48 Interview  
02 03:16 Time Won't Let Me  
03 00:46 Interview  
04 03:49 New Orleans  
05 00:13 Interview  
06 02:36 King Creole  
07 00:30 Interview  
08 04:21 Night Train  
09 00:19 Interview  
10 02:46 Route 66  
11 00:16 Interview  
12 00:12 Interview  
13 00:07 Interview  
14 02:01 Fall on You  
15 00:33 Interview  
16 02:40 One More Headache  
17 00:54 Interview  
18 02:55 Sad Eyes  
19 00:50 Interview  
20 04:25 Jumpin in the Night  
21 01:15 Interview  
22 03:08 Come on Now  
23 01:31 Interview  
24 02:20 Memory  
25 00:57 Interview  
26 00:28 Interview  
27 00:17 Interview
http://verzend.be/6pfjvshs8kde/Gangrene_Tambourines.rar.html

Special thanx to  JPaul for this brilliant contribution! 

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

NEW SALEM WITCH HUNTERS-Strange Is Truer Than Fiction-Back

NEW SALEM WITCH HUNTERS-Strange Is Truer Than Fiction-Back

In wav - Scans are included
1 Thinking of You
2 She's Got Wheels
3 Community Project in the Sun
4 Kiskis
5 Eye Circle
6 Gonna Halve a Ball
7 The Eyes Have It
8 Justine
9 Down, Draggin' Down
10 Love You So Bad (It Feels Good)
11 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
12 Black Wall
http://ul.to/e3abyrqb

Thanx to GoodGuy666 for this great contribution!!!

Monday, June 4, 2012

The Tweeds - Perfect fit


The Tweeds - Perfect fit 
EP 12" (USA [Autobahn #TDS-1230] 09/1980)
In wav - Scans are included
01. I Need That Record
02. Hey Baby
03. Later Tonight
04. She's The Girl (Who Said No)
05. I've Got Rock 
From Boston, MA’s The Tweeds.  The Tweeds were led by Marc McHugh, formerly of 60s band The Bone, and write first-rate (pure) powerpop gems.  So...when did MTV introduce their theme-riff? The Tweeds first released "I Need that Record" on a 1980 12" EP. But who copped whom? Either way, those dum duh-dum duh-dum duh-dum chords were a perfect wrap to Marc McHugh's rocking love-song to the great record-shops of yore.  Don’t Let this one slip away!

Sunday, June 3, 2012

The Coyotemen - From Parts Unknown


The Coyotemen - From Parts Unknown
In flac - SCANS are included
1  Primitive Urge!    
2  Lard Ass    
3  Hungry    
4  Small World    
5  Mexican Divorce    
6  Loopey Lopez    
7  Call Of The Coyote Men    
8  Wide Load    
9  Not Of This Earth    
10  I Swing    
11  Action Slacks    
12  Sure Can Move    
13  Escape From Perugia    
14  Damn Right!    
15  Who Rattled Your Cage?    
16  Monkey Glands    
17  Anyport In A Storm    
18  Nothin' To Me    
19  Little Latin Lupe Lu    
20  [Hidden Track]  
Una mezcla entre los Cramps, mascaras de lucha libre y sabor a tequila mexicano.
https://rapidshare.com/files/195074733/From_Parts_Unknown.rar
Special Thanx to Limburg for this great contribution





Friday, June 1, 2012


The Reducers - Redux
@320 - Scans are included
Out Of Step 
No Ambition 
Blowing The Whistle On Your Friends 
Scared Of Cops 
Black Plastic Shoes 
Life In The Neighborhood 
Invisible Rain 
Better Homes And Gardens 
Small Talk 
All About You 
Company Man 
So Civilized 
Let's Go 
Bums I Used To Know 
Fashion Of The Times 
Your Mother 
Closing Time 
That'll Be Just Fine 
Rocks 
Stand Over There 
Fistfight At The Beach 
Little Punky Hood 
Spaghetti Western #6 
Sound Of Breaking Down 
Boys Will Be Boys 
Didn't We Have A Time 
Tiger 
I Call That Living 
Nothing For Christmas
Compiles 20 tracks from their 3 vinyl LPs along with 5 non-LP tracks and 4 previously unreleased tracks.

If you like what you heard, buy it here: http://www.rave-on-records.com/artists/reducers/tgp1005.php


Download link: http://verzend.be/zmtttk732nid/The_Reducers_-_Redux.rar.html
Special thanx to JPaul for this brilliant contribution!