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Sunday, August 24, 2014

NEW BATTLE OF THE BANDS

The choice is yours AGAIN:

YOU will have to choose the next post:

On my left : The Gruesomes - Tyrants of Teen Trash. From Montreal, Quebec, Canadian masters of über-primitive garage. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/gruesomes3



On my right : The Fall-Outs - Here I Come and Other Hits. Garagey punkers from Seattle
                       http://www.amazon.com/Here-I-Come-Other-Hits/dp/B000002RE2






The band that gets 20 votes in the comments will be the next post.

Anonymous comments DO NOT COUNT. 

26 comments:

DEE DEE said...

And the winner is : The Gruesomes of course! Montreal rules...

Pubbi61 said...

My vote goes to the superb fantastic GRUESOMES.
Nice sunday for all of you.

Anonymous said...

The Fall-Outs #2:
Dave Holmes: guitar, vocals
Dino Lencioni: drums

Steve Turner: bass, vocals
Best known as the lead guitarist with grunge pioneers Mudhoney, Steve Turner has also had his share of side projects over the years, playing with nervy garage-punkers the Fall-Outs, hard-edged blues-rockers the Monkeywrench, the thunderously obnoxious Thrown Ups, and New Original Sonic Sound, an all-star Sonics tribute band featuring members of Mudhoney, Girl Trouble, and the Young Fresh Fellows. Turner also was an early U.S. champion of the work of Billy Childish, and ran the Super-Electro label to expand the audience of some of Seattle's more deserving acts. However, Turner took a rather surprising turn with his first solo album, 2003's Searching for Melody; by his own admission a longtime fan of classic singer/songwriter material, Searching for Melody was a primarily acoustic set that found Turner embracing folk-rock with no sense of irony and without his famous stomp-box collection for help. Created after Mudhoney went on part-time status following the end of their tenure with Reprise Records, Turner explained Searching for Melody's sound as the result of teaching himself to sing and play guitar at the same time, something he'd never done with Mudhoney. A follow-up EP, A Beautiful Winter, followed in early 2004, and a second full-length was expected later that same year. When not busy with his musical projects, Turner occupies himself with landscaping and gardening work.

DD

leeperryphd said...

The Gruesomes +1

Robbie White said...

GRUESOMES!

Robbie White said...

GRUESOMES

Robbie White said...

Gruesomes

Joey R.A. Mone said...

The Fall-Outs!
For obvious reasons...:-)

RYP said...

The Fall-Outs - Here I Come and Other Hits,
PLEASE!

pepper1953 said...

one vote for the Fall-Outs.

pepper1953 said...

one vote for the Fall-Outs.

Anonymous said...

Grusomes for sure Man!!!

tomg said...

The Fall-Outs i think. (But i got to admit the word "trash" is not one of my favs when i'm thinking about music)

51BBROX said...

The FALL-OUTS !!

Phil Gordon said...

Fall-outs!

McTH1RT33N said...

the fall-outs please

Musicmasterfuzz said...

The Fall-Outs +1

Good Guy 666 said...

Musicallywise I would choose the Gruesomes, but the LoFi charme and the vinyl rip rarity of the Fall Outs is counting this time.....so for me the

winner are THE FALL OUTS

Greets and thanks for the rip

mike said...

Gruesomes!

Anonymous said...

Hi mate, i'm Iñigo from Basqueland, do you remember me?.

I really think is much better Gruesomes one (is one of my favourite bands), but i will vote the Fall-Outs 'cause i would like to have it on flac.

If you need something, mail me.

Cheers
Iñigo

lmelis said...

Love your battle of the bands. Even though I have both releases you gave me a reason to revisit both records. I'll vote for the Fall-Outs

Fifo said...

FALL-OUTS I WAS LOOKING FOR THIS RECORD. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE

Mr. Suave said...

Fallouts!

George Dimakis said...

The Gruesomes...

Rocknrolling said...

The Fall Outs

Pederse said...

The Gruesomes, of course. I think iḿ late, anyway.