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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Chris Wilson & the Sneetches


Chris Wilson & the Sneetches
In FLAC - scans are included
1  If Wishes Were Horses     
2  Never Love Again      
3  He Who Waits     
4  Goin' Back      
5  Between The Lines      
6  I'll Cry Alone      
7  Slow Death  
A one-off collaboration with former Flamin Groovies singer/guitarist Chris Wilson resulted in the seven-song Chris Wilson and the Sneetches: three Groovies tunes ("Between the Lines," "I'll Cry Alone" and "Slow Death") performed live at the DNA Lounge (Groovies alumnus Roy Loney joins in on "Slow Death"), full-band versions of cuts from Wilson's early '90s acoustic album, Random Centuries, and a nice, 12-string-drenched version of Goffin/King's "Goin' Back."
http://netkups.com/?d=d084d02c2b505

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

The Flash Boys - Dyin For Somethin' to Live For


The Flash Boys - Dyin For Somethin' to Live For
In FLAC - scans are included
 1. Move   
 2. Dead At The Bus Stop  
 3. Headline Split  
 4. She Said Yeah  
 5. Straight On   
 6. Aint Nobody Your Friend   
 7. Cocaine Babble   
 8. Shitty Things   
 9. Eaten Alive   
 10. For A Good Time   
 11. Somethin To Live For   
Named after a line from the Dead Boys song "Warzone", Flash Boys were put together in February 2006. These Austin TX rock n roll veterans are lifers, and have paid their dues on and off stage. Every song is based on real life experiences from the school of hard knocks.
This post is dedicated to the memory of Nick Curran (September 30, 1977 - October 6, 2012)
http://netkups.com/?d=ab3e7d507066c

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Triple dose of FL*SHCUBES


Triple dose of FL*SHCUBES
In Flac - scans are included

1) http://netkups.com/?d=a55ac0d837a22


2) http://netkups.com/?d=bfc2a558550cd


3) http://netkups.com/?d=6d35a5c7f0ed8

Special thanx to  JPaul and Midnight Rambler for this brilliant contribution! 

Friday, December 21, 2012

Crusaders Of Love – Take It Easy... But Take it. (vinyl rip)


Crusaders Of Love – Take It Easy... But Take it. (vinyl rip)
In WAV - Scans are included
A1  Never Grow Up    
A2  It All Ends That Way    
A3  Ready To Show Our Love    
A4  Next Summer    
A5  Realm Of Death    
A6  Off The Street    
B1  Dreaming    
B2  Make It    
B3  Lonely City    
B4  Nowhere On Time    
B5  A Place Were All Going  
Garage-tinged power pop is a global concern, not just limited to American genre heavies like Gentleman Jesse. France’s Crusaders Of Love put out an overlooked, solid LP on Douchemaster back in 2010, and  "Take It Easy…But Take It", " is the follow-up.
http://netkups.com/?d=31035d0853029

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

DAY 16 ON PPC

Here is the double cd version of the day 16 of  THE ADVENT WALL OF SOUND 2012 posted by Angelo on PPC.
CD ONE http://netkups.com/?d=ca02db5026657
CD TWO http://netkups.com/?d=35ca406a5cd69

Special Thanx to JPaul for this great contribution!   

Monday, December 17, 2012

THE WILLOWZ


Los Angeles’ The Willowz formed in 2002. Their latest album, "Everyone" released in 2009, is a strong statement of musical evolution. While staying true to their no-strings-attached soul infused garage rock sound, the band has incorporated stronger crafted pop hooks than ever before. "I Know" rides the waves between garage rock vigor and an undeniably addictive, anthemic chorus. "Way It Seems" highlights lead vocalist Richie James Follin’s incredible range as his falsetto accompanies the always tempo changing song, making it stand out as an original track that can’t be qualified as either fast paced nor a ballad, but rather manages to be both. Personnal favorite tracks are : "Repetition" and "Twenty five".
buy it here : http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dpopular&field-keywords=Willowz+-+Everyone&rh=n%3A5174%2Ck%3AWillowz+-+Everyone&ajr=0


1. Break Your Back
2. Destruction
3. Repetition
4. I Know
5. Jimmy James
6. Way It Seems
7. Twenty Five
8. You Do
9. No Heros
10. Everyone 

or go to bandcamp to discover their other interesting releases:
http://thewillowz.bandcamp.com

Sunday, December 16, 2012

The Breadmakers - Night of the Cobra


The Breadmakers - Night of the Cobra
In FLAC - Scans are included
Rockinitis 
For My Woman 
Voodoo Workin' 
Memphis Train 
Roosevelt And Iralee 
Mamma Get The Hammer 
Hurtin' On Me 
Lovin' Machine 
Playin' Hookey 
Hoodoo Nightspot 
Eyes Like A Cat 
The Warning 
Hipshake 
Downbound 
Don't Need No Doctor 
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. The Night of the Cobra is their first release for 10 years, and features a selection of their favorite tunes from past releases, and six previously unrecorded tracks, all put down by the current lineup in the Cobra Bar, upstairs at Melbourne's rockin'est venue, The Tote. So get this picture...a few drinks, and a lotta bodies all fueled with a love of fifties and sixties garage, party, hip shakin' tunes, and you got yourselves a real cool time.
http://netkups.com/?d=bb35d0edd5682

Friday, December 14, 2012

The Downbeat 5 - Smoke & Mirrors


The Downbeat 5 - Smoke & Mirrors
In flac - Scans are included
Come On Now * Army Of One * Think About Me * Laughing Out Loud * Foggy Notion * Number One * Thief Of Baghdad * Don't Come Cryin' * Rack My Mind * Outcast * My Way * Shake 

Boston's The Downbeat 5 have been around for nine years. Since founding members JJ Rassler and Jenn D'Angora both have careers in the music industry but not as musicians, only two studio albums have been released. Their third release, Smoke & Mirrors is an unedited recording from an in studio performance with 100+ since it was more practical then getting recording equipment into a bar. On Smoke & Mirrors, The Downbeat 5 not only succeed, but bring those garage rock songs into bar room glory. I seriously doubt if there's a better way to appreciate those songs. Also, The Downbeat 5 are essentially a live band. Although their two studio recordings, The Downbeat 5 and Victory Motel are great and have some real surprises like "Dum Dum Ditty" or The Shangri Las "Out In The Streets," the real power of this band is in their live performance. There aren't too many bands out there that can stand equal to them for a live show.

http://netkups.com/?d=7bb504c9d98d0
Special Thanx to Limburg for this great contribution

Friday, December 7, 2012

Hurriganes - Roadrunner (1974) lossless


Hurriganes - Roadrunner (1974)
In FLAC - Scans are included
IT AIN'T WHAT YOU DO
HEY GROUPIE 
TALLAHASSEE LASSIE 
THE PHONE RANG 
I WILL STAY 
GET ON 
IN THE NUDE 
MISTER X 
SLIPPIN' AND SLIDIN' 
OOWEE-OOHLA 
ROADRUNNER
Hurriganes are a Finnish rock band that formed in the early 1970s. They were very popular in Finland in the 1970s and early '80s. Their classic line-up consisted of Remu Aaltonen, Albert Järvinen and Cisse Häkkinen. What seems like a misspelling in the name ("Hurriganes" with a "g") is intentional. Their style of music is very much of a roots rock'n'roll orientation. During their "classic" period, the band's output consisted largely of revved-up cover versions of well-known 1950s rock'n'roll songs in addition to their own original material. In this sense, Hurriganes can be viewed as Finland's answer to British pub rock performers of the 1970s like Dave Edmunds, Ducks DELUXE and Dr. Feelgood.
http://netkups.com/?d=c7bb0a858949d

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Powersolo - It's Raceday ...and your pussy is gut!!! - (2004)


Powersolo - It's Raceday ...and your pussy is gut!!! - (2004) 
In wav - Scans are included
1  Baby, You Ain't Looking Right    
2  Kat Nazer (Powersoul)    
3  Mr. Suit    
4  Juanito    
5  Oak Tree Girl    
6  Hillbilly Child    
7  Nascar    
8  Fertilizer Baby    
9  Good Behaviour    
10  Booty Smoke    
11  Broken Wings    
12  Be Witcha    
13  Don't Hate Me Baby    
14  Truckin'  
The album draws directly from the psychobilly punk style with songs like "Baby, You Ain't Looking Right?," "Good Behaviour," "Don't Hate Me Baby," and "Truckin'." Some might call it Stray Cats on acid or compare them to Reverend Horton Heat or The Cramps, but make no mistake, Powersolo has a sound all their own.
http://netkups.com/?d=45408c82507c9
Special Thanx to Ray for the music and to Doug for the artwork scans!  

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

The Black Explosion - Servitors Of the Outer Gods


The Black Explosion's debut cd, "Servitors Of the Outer Gods", is out now on the german label Metalville. If you're a regular viewer of this blog you must know by now that The Black Explosion is the latest project of DOLLHOUSE mastermind and good friend of this blog, CHRIS WINTER.
This time around, Chris and the boys are wandering a more psychedelic, heavy blues trip and the songs are much closer to Blue Cheer, Cream and even Black Sabbath than to the MC5. Chris' unique voice is still blending together heavy guitar riffs and a pounding rhythm section.
Favorite track of yours truly is still the heavy organ driven "It's alright now" but "Black Fever" comes close.
Servitors Of the Outer Gods will also be released on vinyl soon and the band should start touring Europe in the spring of 2013.
http://www.metalville.de/the-black-explosion.html
you can buy the cd here : http://www.shop.metalville.de/

kelly's heels - blunt cut


Kelly's heels - blunt cut
In flac - Scans are included
1. Someone Somewhere  
2. Feeling Nothing  
3. She Knows  
4. How Much Worse?  
5. Waiting for a Sign  
6. Can You Count The Stars?  
7. Surely  
8. Everything I've Done  
9. Never The Same  
10. The Easy way  
11. Invisible Me  
12. You Don't Know Her  
http://netkups.com/?d=a96b0897f5f01
Special Thanx to JPaul for this great contribution!  

Saturday, December 1, 2012

SEVEN LONG YEARS - new digital 7"

The amazing SEVEN LONG YEARS just released a brand new digital 7". The vintage sounds of SEVEN LONG YEARS combine the harmonies and hooks of the British Invasion with the atmosphere of a west coast psychedelic band."See you cryin' '' is a psychedelic garage gem reminiscent of the 13th FLOOR ELEVATORS while "Tomorrow" is more like the BYRDS and LOVE all rolled in one. Brilliant jangle pop with guitars sparkling everywhere. Why these guys haven't been signed yet is totally beyond my understanding. Make yourself a favor: Go over to bandcamp and buy this little masterpiece.

http://sevenlongyears.bandcamp.com/