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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

HALLOWEEN SPECIAL : Ghoul's Night Out Volume 1

Ghoul's Night Out Volume 1 
In wav - covers are included
A1 Gary "Spider" Web –  The Cave (Part 1)    
A2 Scotty Macgregor And His Spooks –  I'm A Monster    
A3 Dick St. John With The Don Ralke Orchestra –  Boogie Man (I Ain't Afraid Of You)    
A4 Vampire's Ball –  Mann Drake    
A5 The Thunderbirds –  Summertime    
A6 Gary "Spider" Web –  The Cave (Part 2)    
B1 Bobby Please And The Pleasers –  The Monster    
B2 Playboys, The –  Whatizit ?    
B3 Carl Bonafede –  Werewolf    
B4 Curtis And The Creepers –  The Thing (Part 1)    
B5 Bent Bolt And The Nuts –  The Mechanical Man    
B6 The Executioners –  The Guillotine

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Substitution Mass Confusion: A Tribute to The Cars

Substitution Mass Confusion: A Tribute to The Cars
In FLAC - Scans are included
1. "Hello Again"   the Argument   
2. "Just What I Needed"   Damone   
3. "Touch and Go"   Jason Falkner   
4. "My Best Friend's Magic Girlfriend" (mashup of My Best Friend's Girlfriend and Magic) Butch Walker   
5. "You're All I've Got Tonight"   Millions   
6. "You Might Think"   Bleu   
7. "Got a Lot on My Head"   Owsley   
8. "Shake It Up"   Purr Box   
9. "Drive"   Chris Von Sneidern   
10. "Dangerous Type"   Johnny Monaco   
11. "Bye Bye Love"   Spiraling   
12. "It's All I Can Do"   The Bravery   
13. "I'm Not the One"   Gigolo Aunts   
14. "Candy-O"   Doug Powell   
15. "Since You're Gone"   The Andersons   
16. "Let's Go"   Dum Dog Run   
17. "Slip Away"   Sparkle*Jets U.K.   
18. "Misfit Kid"   Jon Auer   
19. "Tonight She Comes"   Action Action   
20. "Night Spots"   The Cautions   
21. "Good Times Roll"   Daybirds 
Substitution Mass Confusion: A Tribute to The Cars is a 2005 compilation album featuring covers of songs originally performed by the American rock band The Cars. The album was released by Not Lame Recordings. Many of the performers featured on the album were from the Boston area, where The Cars first gained exposure in the late 1970s.
The line 'Substitution Mass Confusion' comes from a lyric in the Cars song "Bye Bye Love".

Sunday, October 28, 2012

The Devil Dogs - We Three Kings

The Devil Dogs - We Three Kings
In FLAC - Scans are included
1  Gonna See You Tonite    
2  Get Out    
3  Get On Your Knees    
4  Don't Do It    
5  Rock City U.S.A.    
6  Strip Search    
7  Get In Line    
8  So Young    
9  Baby, I'm King    
10  Twist & Burn    
11  Whip It Out    
12  354    
13  Action    
14  Ball Me Out    
15  C'mon Little Baby    
16  Palisade Park    
17  North Shore Bitch  
If ya don't know the DEVIL DOGS by now, your case is desperate!

Saturday, October 27, 2012

THE CONDORS - 3 Item Combo

THE CONDORS - 3 Item Combo  

From the moment they took flight in 2000 with their first release, "Tales Of Drunkeness and Cruelty", The Condors knew they were on to something special - pop songs with attitude, power, and intellect. The band’s one constant has been songwriter and frontman, Pat “Pooch” DiPuccio, but past and present band members have added their stamp on each incarnation of the band. Formed out of the remnants of several groups, this Los Angeles band has grown into a tight, jangly outfit; logging many hours recording in the studio and playing live shows. This is their third release. The songwriting skills of  Pat DiPuccio  absolutely sparkle here with tales both personal and emotional, coupled together with great scores of music that will satisfy all your desires with gritty riffs and sweet harmonies, and like the bands previous albums, will surely become staple listening for fans of quality Power Pop/Rock 'N' Roll."
 Released on 10.31.2012 on VITAL GESTURE RECORDS

Friday, October 26, 2012

Crash Street Kids - Transatlantic Suicide

Crash Street Kids - Transatlantic Suicide
In WAV - Scans are included
 1. The Engineers   
 2. Do You Still Believe in Rock and Roll?   
 3. Cigarettes and Starfuckers  
 4. I Disappear    
 5. Destroyer   
 6. The Zero   
 7. We Kill Tomorrows   
 8. Berlin  
 9. Dressed in White  
 10. Saturn's Child   
 11. The Kid is Dead?  
Drummer A.D. Adams and Singer/Guitarist Ryan McKay began as sidemen for Alice Cooper’s guitarist and tunesmith Michael Bruce in 2003. The group known as “Michael Bruce and the Redeemers” was unfortunately put on hold when Bruce’s notorious personal problems crept into the sessions. Undeterred, Adams and McKay resumed their working relationship months later, writing and recording new music under the name Crash Street Kids. And this sounds indeed like the long lost son of Mott The Hoople!

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

The Now Time Delegation - Watch For Today

The Now Time Delegation - Watch For Today
In Flac - scans are included
1. Raise Your Hand 
2. Little Miss Fortune 
3. Getting The Corners 
4. Layin' On The Ground 
5. Hangin' Tree 
6. Keep On Pushin' 
7. Nothing But A Heartache 
8. Bye Bye 
9. Bert's Apple Crumble 
10. Handle Me With Care 
11. Stand And Deliver 
12. Look To Tomorrow
The Now Time Delegation, featuring folks from the Bellrays, Lord High Fixers, Jack O'Fire, etc. are an amazing combo who rip out a highly derivative yet intoxicating blend of tough mod-rock, '60s soul and garage crunch, all blended up with a real 21st century punk rock delivery. Half of the songs are actually covers - from Curtis Mayfield's Impressions to a rare King Floyd b-side (the awesome "Handle With Care") - the other half being some exceptional Tim Kerr originals, all combining to make a winning collection.
If you're at all partial to the Texan garage scene (spearheaded mostly by Mr. Kerr himself), or the In The Red "sound" (raw no-BS rock'n'roll) or perhaps a sonic mix of the Who, MC5, Stones, Curtis, Sly Stone, Booker T. and Ann Peebles, then this disc will likely float yer boat.
Special thanx to  JPaul for this brilliant contribution! 

Sunday, October 21, 2012



In wav (a) and FLAC (b & c) - scans are included

A) Time Bomb High School

 1. Stormy Weather   
 2. Staight Shooter  
 3. You're Not As Pretty    
 4. Brown Paper Sack     
 5. Wait And See     
 6. I Walk By Your House     
 7. Time Bomb High School  
 8. I Don't Believe   
 9. She's Bored With You   
 10. Reptile Style   
 11. I'm Holding Out  
 12. I Don't Know How To Tell You  
 13. Dressy  
 14. I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys  
 15. You're So Strange 


1. Find Me Now  
2. If You Can't Give Me Everything  
3. Funny Thing  
4. Medication Blues #1  
5. Carol  
6. What Could I Do?  
7. If Christmas Can't Bring You Home  
8. Pretty Girl  
9. Without You  
10. Don't Send Me No Flowers, I Ain't Dead Yet [Live] 


1. My Heart Is Beating  
2. Nobody Knows (But I Do)  
3. Break It One More Time  
4. Stop And Think It Over  
5. Cry About the Radio  
6. You're Never Gonna See Me Cry  
7. Dangerous Game  
8. Don't Come Back  
9. I Just Missed You  
10. Stitch In Time  
11. Tell Me What You Want Me To Do  
12. Heaven Only Knows  
13. I Don't Care  
14. You Can Stay With Me  
While Mary Weiss's name isn't familiar to the masses, her records with the Shangri-Las in the 1960s left an indelible mark on the cultural map. "Leader of the Pack," "Remember (Walking in the Sand)," and a string of other hits had her unmistakable voice blasting from radios and record players across the land. Just 18 when their last hit fell off the charts, Weiss, disillusioned from bad business deals, virtually disappeared. Now, 40 years later, comes her first solo album. Backed by Greg Cartwright and his band Reigning Sound, the songs (most of them penned by Cartwright) have their roots in the '60s, but eschew Spectorish sheen and density for a harder-edged sound. If the early-era Rolling Stones had been fronted by Debbie Harry, they'd have landed quite near this relentless 40-minute party. The few covers include an Ellie Greenwich/Jeff Barry chestnut, "Heaven Only Knows." Smartly paced, a few ballads offer some breathing room before the rhythm pumps up again. --David Greenberger


Special Thanx to Limburg for this great contribution

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Basement Brats – The Bratbeat

Basement Brats – The Bratbeat (vinyl rip)
In wav - scans are included
A1  Feel Alright    
A2  Ordinary Guy    
A3  Here We Are Nowhere    
A4  Girl Of Mine    
A5  Just Can't Help It    
A6  It's So Nice    
A7  Anything At All    
A8  What Can I Do    
B1  You've Got Me Shaking    
B2  Get Down    
B3  Can't Go On    
B4  She Said    
B5  Couldn't Care Less    
B6  Time Out  
For the first time in five years, the Basement Brats will reunite - at Brygga Kultursal on 10 November 2012 together with fellow Halden rockers Camaros and the Squareheads - in celebration of Halden rock personality Thrond "Big Daddy" Asker's 50th birthday. The Basement Brats were formed in late 1990 by five young guys in the small town of Halden, Norway, fueled by a desire to play good rock'n'roll. There was none around at the time. They call it a day in 1997.They left behind a collection of great songs and a lot of other great bands that followed them. More than a decade later, the state of rock'n'roll was again in trouble.  It was time to return!

Friday, October 19, 2012

The Dukes Of Hamburg - Some Folks

The Dukes Of Hamburg - Some Folks
In flac - Scans are included
   1. Greensleeves  
   2. Mercy, Mercy  
   3. Women  
   4. Little By Little    
   5. Monkey, Monkey  
   6. Empty Heart  
   7. Far Far Away    
   8. Boom Boom   
   9. Green Eyed Women  
 10. Old McDonald    
 11. Off The Hook    
 12. No No No No  
 13. Slow Down     
 14. Hey Joe 
The Dukes of Hamburg includes a veteran of the Mummies, the infamous garage band. The Dukes have that sixties garage sound down pat, and carry on the Mummies tradition of outrageous covers, such as Greensleaves, John Lee Hooker's Boom Boom, and Old MacDonald. This cd is just a heck of a lot of fun. If you are into garage rock, you definitely need this. Folks.rar
Special Thanx to Limburg for this great contribution

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Nick Waterhouse - Time's all gone

Nick Waterhouse - Time's all gone
In FLAC - scans are included
1. Say I Wanna Know  
2. Some Place 
3. Don't You Forget It  
4. I Can Only Give You Everything     
5. Raina   
6. (If) You Want Trouble  
7. Indian Love Call  
8. Is That Clear  
9. Teardrop Will Follow You  
10. Time's All Gone Pt. 1  
11. Time's All Gone Pt. 2 
On his debut album, Time’s All Gone, Nick Waterhouse plays a mixture of early rock and roll, blues, and soul. Waterhouse hails from California, and he was born in 1987, but his sound is that of his parents’ childhood: the 50s. At 11 songs and 32 minutes, Waterhouse keeps everything short and sharp, as if he feels the urgency reflected in his record’s title and memories of the 50s are about to slip away into oblivion. Female backing vocalists echo the Waterhouse’s lead singing and provide the obligatory color of “oohs,” “ahs,” and “shoo-bops.” Horns move between repeated, jabbing single notes, basic stutters, and simple, tooting solos. The guitar and piano punctuate steadily or power a rhythm with pounding, choppy riffs. Frequently the band falls out to leave a brief silence, or just Waterhouse singing unaccompanied for a few beats, before the instruments hurtle back in, as if they were storing up energy to return with renewed vigor. Waterhouse can scream, holler, and growl; he can also sing with more of a croon. At times he drops into a lower voice, more confidential, as if he were talking to a single girl at the front of the crowd.

Saturday, October 13, 2012


DEAD POSSUMS : digital 7"

Friday, October 12, 2012

Devil dogs Special

Devil dogs Special
In flac - Scans are included

A1  Theme From The Devil Dogs  
A2  Radiobeat
Backing Vocals [Sang] – Ken (28), Kim (31)  
B1  Can't Get Enough  
B2  Bless You  
C1  Death Of Mighty Joe  
C2  Theme (Out) Blast EP.rar

 Roadside Turnout  
 Rock City, U.S.A.  
 Baby, I'm A King  
 I Don't Know What I Want  
 Laugh At Me  
 Gimme That Girl  
 Can't Get Enough  
 Get Up (For Rock & Roll)  
 Jump On You/Soul Shoes Requests Tonight.rar

1  Big Fuckin Party (Pt. 1)  
2  Dance With You Baby    
3  Gonna Be My Girl  
4  Once Around The Block
5  I Don't Believe You  
6  Backstage  
7  Back In The City    
8  6th Ave. Local  
9  It's Not Easy  
10  Sweet Like Wine    
11  Stuck In 3rd Gear    
12  Alright!  
13  Big Fuckin Party (Reprise)    
14  Get On Your Knees  
15  Hellraiser    
16  Burnin' Love    
17  So Young  
18  Long Gone Night Fever.rar


Special Thanx to Limburg for this great contribution


Sunday, October 7, 2012

The Mummies - Death By Unga Bunga!!
In FLAC - covers are included
1. Introduction To The Mummies  
2. In And Out  
3. A Girl Like You  
4. I'm Gonna Kill My Baby Tonight  
5. I'm Bigger Than You  
6. (I Should Better Be Lookin' For) Danger Man  
7. Die!  
8. That Girl  
9. Test Drive  
10. Stronger Than Dirt  
11. Food, Sickles & Girls  
12. Your Love  
13. Down Home Girl  
14. (Doin') The Kirk  
15. Babba Diddy Baby  
16. That's Mighty Childish  
17. Just One More Dance  
18. The House On The Hill  
19. (You Must Fight To Live) On The Planet Of The Apes  
20. One By One  
21. Zip A Dee Do Dah  
Brilliantly crazy garage rock by four guys in head-to-toe mummy gear. In 2003 they released this collection of hard to find and out of print tracks, all of which sound like they were recorded from inside a cave somewhere. That sounds like a complaint, but The Mummies were masters in the art of lo-fi. 
Special Thanx to Limburg for this great contribution