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Sunday, April 27, 2014

Another great contribution of the Power Pop Purveyor

The Shivvers - Lost Hits from Milwaukee's
In Flac - covers are included
1  Teen Line       
2  No Substitute       
3  Please Stand By       
4  Remember Tonight       
5  My Association       
6  When I Was Younger       
7  No Reaction       
8  Don't Tell Me       
9  Hold On       
10  Life Without You       
11  Why Tell Lies       
12  Rather Be Lonely       
13  It Hurts Too Much       
14  Is That Enough       
15  When I Was Younger       
16  Hey Deanie       
17  Baby's Blue Eyes       
18  You're So Sure       
19  Blue In Heaven       
20  Remember Tonight  
They only released one 7” and they only made thirteen studio recordings, but they could very well be the best power pop band you never heard in your life. On first listen, Jill Kossoris’ voice might make you think of Blondie or the Go-Gos, but the Shivvers’ biggest influence definitely seems to have been the Rasperries; you can hear it on most of the tracks, particularly “Hold On” and “Why Tell Lies.” Among the many songs the band covered live were a few by pre-Raspberries groups the Choir and Cyrus Erie, and two of the live songs on this CD are Eric Carmen covers. all of the original 1980 recordings are absolutely terrific. If they had been released at the time, the Shivvers album would almost definitely have been one of the classics of the genre along with the Dwight Twilley Band’s Sincerely and the Shoes’ Black Vinyl Shoes.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/bo66x2tas9brbmx/The+Shivvers+-+Lost+Hits+from+Milwaukee%27s.rar#39;s.rar

Special thanx to  JPaul for this brilliant contribution!

Friday, April 25, 2014

The Ruiners - How's That Grab Ya

The Ruiners - How's That Grab Ya
In Flac - scans are included
 1 Punk Son    
 2 Detroit Surfer Boy    
 3 Vampire Dating    
 4 Ghost Pains    
 5 Jaws of Life    
 6 Beg    
 7 She Died    
 8 Good Neighborhood    
 9 Prenuptial    
 10 70's Divorce    
 11 Go!    
 12 Temptation    
 13 Bill Did a Graveyard Lawn Job    
 14 M'Girl Left With You    
 15 Rock-N-Roll, Pt. 3    
 16 How's That Grab Ya? 
Detroit rock'n'roll as in the time-tested, freak-out-your-mom, forget-all-your-worries version of the stuff. Hey there! Have a slice of classicist influenced Garage&B. One part Cramps (and their attendant influence on the non-purist rockabilly/roots hoo-ha in the '80s), one part Munsters/Groovie Ghoulies (the TV shows), one part smeared make-up Ronettes, one part other stuff from their Detroit environs around '66 and it's fallout on the record's co-producer, Mick Collins. Picks to hit, the female sung, "Ghost Pains," and "M'girl Left With You." - Lollipop Magazine

http://www.mediafire.com/download/d4cr6ew84150b51/The+Ruiners+-+How%27s+That+Grab+Ya_.rar#39;s_That_Grab_Ya_.rar

Special thanx to  JPaul for this brilliant contribution!

Monday, April 21, 2014

Seven Long Years - Always two steps ahead of the heartbreak


Seven Long Years  - Always two steps ahead of the heartbreak.

Brand new 6 tracks digital release of the best 60's garage band around. "Always two steps ahead of the heartbreak" got everything you always dreamed of: layers and layers of guitars, vocals harmonies a plenty, uptempo beats and basslines crawling out of your speakers like deadly snakes in the grass. Probably their best work to this day.



Do yourself a favor and move over to bandcamp to buy a LOSSLESS copy of this gem.

http://sevenlongyears.bandcamp.com/

Sunday, April 20, 2014

The Easter Bunny killed my baby

The Easter Bunny killed my baby

In wav - Scans are included
1. Hellraiser 
2. 1-2-3-4 Rock N Roll    
3. Go Back  
4. High School 
5. Saturday Night 
6. Right Now Not Later    
7. Rock N Roll Preacher    
8. Wig Wam Bam  
9. Tear Me Down  
10. Tonight 
11. Tumble With Me  
12. Fox On The Run  
13. Rock N Roll Suicide 
14. Talk Dirty To Me 

The group, which features Krohna on vocals, the twin guitar appeal of Melody Licious and Ziggy Starcrunch, the thundering bass of Miss Lela and codpiece-filled drumming of one Dave Malarsh, released their sophomore record "More is More" in early 2007. The album is a collection of predominantly '70s glam and punk covers with some Shangri-Las and Poison thrown in for good measure. Some of the brilliantly redone covers include amazingly kick ass takes on Sweet’s “Wig Wam Bam,” Slade’s “Rock and Roll Preacher,” MC5’s “High School” and The Bay City Rollers’ “Saturday Night.” Produced by Jim Diamond!  


http://www.mediafire.com/download/wc9wcww6i4ww6ss/The+Sirens+-+More+Is+More.rar

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

THE STAR SPANGLES - "DIRTY BOMB"

THE STAR SPANGLES - "DIRTY BOMB"
In WAv - Scans are included

1 Take Care Of Us
2 Tear It To Pieces Girl
3 Make Yourself Useful, Babe
4 This Side Of The Sun
5 Gangland
6 I'm On A High
7 Gimme An Answer
8 Tell Lies
9 'Nother Weight To Hold Me Down
10 Revolver
11 I Told A Lie
12 Bash Your Brains Out
13 Someone In You

The Star Spangles were a four-piece punk band from Manhattan, led by vocalist Ian Wilson. Formed in 1998, they released a single on Spain's Munster Records in 2000 followed by an album called Bazooka!!! in 2003. Their most famous single is "Which of the Two of Us is Gonna Burn This House Down?".
After a falling-out with Capitol Records, followed by a line-up change in 2006; the Spangles released their follow up album, Dirty Bomb, in 2007.The group dissolved in early 2008. It's fair to say if you like the Ramones, The Stones, Johnny Thunders' Heartbreakers, Cheap Trick, Chuck Berry, powerpop, punk, rock&roll, beer and sex, chances are you'll like this! Former FACES keyboardist, Ian McLagan, plays the organ!

http://www.mediafire.com/download/mcjr5045c9qciup/The+Star+Spangles+-+Dirtybomb.rar

Sunday, April 13, 2014

The Last - L.A. Explosion!

The Last - L.A. Explosion!
In WAV - Scans are included

1  She Don't Know Why I'm Here    
2  This Kind Of Feeling     
3  Bombing Of London     
4  Century City Rag   
5  Walk Like Me    
6  Slavedriver     
7  Every Summer Day     
8  The Rack   
9  Objections     
10  A Fool Like You     
11  Someone's Laughing     
12  I Don't Wanna Be In Love   
13  Be Bop A Lula     
14  Looking At You     
15  The Rack (Reprise)     
 Bonus Tracks  
16  She Don't Know Why I'm Here     
17  Bombing Of London     
18  Every Summer Day     
19  Hitler's Brother   
20  L.A. Explosion     
21  We're In Control   

The Last is a Los Angeles-based power pop band formed in the 1970s around three brothers: Joe (guitar, vocals), Mike (vocals), and David Nolte (bass guitar). The band's sound was influenced by garage rock, surf rock, folk rock and psychedelic rock. After three self-financed singles, the band was signed by Bomp! Records, who issued the debut album L.A. Explosion! in 1979 (described by Trouser Press as "a near-perfect debut"). 

They reverted to their own Backlash label for second album Look Again (1980), and split up in the mid-1980s with David Nolte joining Wednesday Week and later Lucky. The band were considered a major influence on the psychedelia-influenced LA bands of the mid-1980s, including The Bangles and The Three O'Clock. 

2003 reissue with bonus tracks. 

http://www.mediafire.com/download/1s7dgtp9w9wpgwe/The_Last_-_L.A._Explosion!.rar

Sunday, April 6, 2014

8 TRACK STEREO


GLAM is so passé, but here is his FUTURE :

http://8trackstereo.bandcamp.com/releases

Friday, April 4, 2014

THE PAUL COLLINS' BEAT : To Beat or Not to Beat/Long Time Gone



THE PAUL COLLINS' BEAT : To Beat or Not to Beat/Long Time Gone
In WAV - Covers are included


1. All Over the World 
2. Dance, Dance 
3. Making You Mine 
4. Burning Desire 
5. Give Me the Drugs 
6. Always Got You on My Mind 
7. Brokenhearted 
8. Long Time Gone 
9. Working on a Good Thing 
10. Find Somebody Lese 
11. Standing in the Rain 
12. Good Times 
13. Too Young 
14. Please Stay 
15. Girl from NYC
"The Beat" released the 5 song 12" Mini-Album To Beat or Not To Beat in 1983 on the independent Jem/Passport label in the U.S.. One song from the album, "Dance, Dance", was made into a music video in 1984 and received limited exposure on MTV. To Beat or Not To Beat, with an additional song, was released in Europe where the group relocated (and would remain for the next several years) to promote the release and tour.
In 1985 another 6 song 12" Mini-Album "Longtime Gone" was produced by former Motörhead drummer Lucas Fox and recorded in London with UK musicians, including Jim Barber on Guitar (whose Credits include The Rolling Stones, Ruby Turner and Mick Jagger solo album), being released only in Europe. A live album recorded in Madrid, Spain with Spanish members titled Live At The Universal followed in 1986. Collins relocated to San Francisco, releasing the album One Night, with yet another incarnation of an all American Beat, this time credited as "Paul Collins + The Beat", through Sony in 1989 (again only in Europe). One Night was their first album to feature acoustic instruments such as mandolin and acoustic guitar. This was their final studio album before disbanding. Collins would go on to record several solo albums before later re-forming a new version of The Beat.


http://www.mediafire.com/download/wrpm7bx1ec8zn1i/Paul+Collins%27+Beat+-+To+Beat+Or+Not+To+Beat+%2B+Long+Time+Gone.rar#39;_Beat_-_To_Beat_Or_Not_To_Beat_+_Long_Time_Gone.rar