viernes, 30 de noviembre de 2007

Songs The Mummies Taught vol 1

Here some Songs that Mummies Taught................

martes, 27 de noviembre de 2007

Some songs of Mama Guitar

Here a few song of Mama Guitar Served by:Dgrador
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miércoles, 21 de noviembre de 2007

The Gruesomes "Gruesomology" (2003)

Here a collection of The Gruesomes among 1985 and 1989, this album contains 25 tracks, is the best of their discography contains songs of the following albums:
A-Billy 7"
Jack The Ripper EP (1986)
Tyrant Of Teen Trash (1986),
Gruesomania (1987)
Unchainced (1987)
Hey! (1988)
It Came From Canada Vol.1, (1985)
It Came From Canada vol.3, (1987)

miércoles, 14 de noviembre de 2007

The Troblemakers "Two Tracks"

This is a mysterious band (for me jeje), only recorded one album named:
"The Great Lost Trouble Makers Album" here: two tracks:

1. You Can't Blame That On Me
2. Get Out Of My Head

Grunnen Rocks
For Troublemakers

jueves, 8 de noviembre de 2007

Laika & The Cosmonauts "Aburdistan"

Melodic instrumental rockular music with furious and atmospheric visual vibes. Handcrafted locally in Finland for universal audiences!Constantly influencing the instrumental evolution.

Very very Weird album, obviously Laika And The Cosmonauts is a rare surf band? what is your opinion?

The Quakes "Voice Of America"

The Quakes' second album - more neo-rockabilly than their first. This was recorded in Buffalo, NY.

The Quakes, they seem to be a great cocktail between the Stray Cats and rougher (faster) material, like that from the Guanabatz and Frantic Flintstones.
This album sets the precedent for the rest of the Quakes' albums, giving them their own distinctive sound. Paul Roman, the singer/guitarist, seems to have progressed in both his vocal and guitar abilities since the last record. There is less screaming and more singing overall, and the songs definitely benefit from this. Rob Peltier's bass playing is not to be overlooked, either. Together, these guys work really well, seeming to feed off of each other's energy.
Although there is not as much raw energy overall on Voice of America as on the first album, certain songs here really catch the spirit of the band. 'Stick to your guns', most definitely the highlight of the whole album, a call to arms for psychobillies to stay with their roots. Other high points of the album include kick ass versions of 'Paint it black' and 'All messed up' and an awesome song called 'Nuthin' goin' down'. Basically, this album rocks. Voice of America can hold its own among the best psychobilly albums out there. It has become something of a classic for most fans of psychobilly and neo-rockabilly." Texas Death

lunes, 5 de noviembre de 2007

The Registrators "Terminal Boredom"

Here a great japanese rock&roll band, like Teengenerate, or The Jetboys, this album was release by Rip Off Records, of Greg Lowery Supercharger legend. Good album great energy and power.