Bad Music For Bad People
Alien Sex Fiend
Get Our Way
|184.108.40.206's - Pin Heel Stomp - The End Of Summer Dance Party
six tracks MCD
|Time Bomb Records 1997||CD||13.00 €
|A Sailor's Grave - Set A Fire In Your Heart
A Sailor's Grave were formed in late 2007 when Bob, Matt and Manning left
the Hyperjax en masse. We asked Wally, who had had the good forsight to
leave the Hyperjax even earlier than the rest of us, to smash the drums to
bits for us. He agreed and ASG set about taking on the world.
Amazingly, for a group of people with limited musical knowledge and
literally no idea what they are doing at any given time, ASG found that some
people with literally no taste in music took a liking to them. Things really
got out of hand after the band's second show at the Psychobilly Bash in
Birmingham. Not only did that show lead Paul Fenech to describe the band as
"Fucking Shit" - a statement A Sailor's Grave would heartily agree with -
But also lead to some really cool support slots coming in thick and fast
with our mates from the Grit, Coffin Nails and Queen at Wembley stadium in
Suddenly, disaster struck and the grim spectre of reality took Wally from
us. He didn't actually die, but realised that he needed to have money for
food and hats and stuff so he did his job, who were less enthusiastic about
him touring than he was. Fucking cunts!
Anyway, we got fucking wasted and bluffed our way through, which is what we
are best at.
People seem to dig us probably because of our beautiful hair and silver
tongues. Ladies queue to our left to make out with us and the dudes queue to
our right to give us high fives.
We haven't released anything because we are fucking lazy - it took us 2
years to record an album! However, we are on some compilations. We think.
So the kind of music ASG play is basically hard punk with a sleazy edge.
Think Hot Water Music meets Social Distortion but if they never practiced.
And were really drunk. And had forgotten how to play their instruments. But
looked DAMN SEXY!!!
As far as plans go for the future we plan on being alive for a bit. Um, and
that's as far as it goes. We'd like to get back out to Europe, especially
Scandinavia. And we'd like to get another record out a bit quicker this
time. The new tunes are a bit more leftfield and definitely there will be
some haters on the scene. But thats cool with us, we always said its better
to provoke hatred than provoke indifference.
|Crazy Love Records 2010||CD||17.00 €
|A-Bones - Crash The Party
||Norton Records 1996||CD||17.00 €
|A-Bones - I Was A Teenage Mummy
original motion picture soundtrack
|Norton Records 2005||CD||17.00 €
|A-Bones - Music Minus Five
Recorded by the enigmatic Conrad Uno at Seattle's meritorious Egg Studios in a four day blast during their last Pacific jaunt, the A-Bones bash & batter thru new dance floor maulers & enthrallers! There's sumpin' here for every no-count with a 3-chord attention span! Guests inc. Japan's loud & lovely 5-6-7-8's, rockabilly legend Rudy "Tutti" Grayzell + Young Fresh Fellows' Scott McCaughey on the ivories!
|Norton Records 1993||CD||17.00 €
|Ace Of Cups - It's Bad For You But Buy It
early sixties girlgroup from San Francisco
|Ace Records 2003||CD||18.00 €
|Alarm Clocks - The Time Has Come
Unreal NEW recordings – that’s right – gotta hear this to believe it! Fourteen flipped hits including a dozen tough originals inked by Mike Pierce, the genius behind the immortal No Reason To Complain! Recorded in true Nortofonic sound in Freddy Fortune’s basement studio. You wanna hear a sixties band actually come back from the grave? Yeah!! Wake up to the Alarm Clocks! NOW!!!
|Norton Records 2006||CD||17.00 €
|Alarm Clocks - Yeah!
||Norton Records 2000||CD||17.00 €
|Alien Sex Fiend - Acid Bath
||Cherry Red||CD||17.00 €
|Alien Sex Fiend - Curse
"ASF were always as mad as monkeys in their approach to this Goth lark. And happily the passing years have done nothing to diminish their quirkiness. A treat." Record Collector
We have an Alien Sex Fiend double whammy for you this month. First up we have the Fiend’s 1990 LP now has the bonus of six additional tracks to give 15 cuts of the group at their most eccentric best.
The superb “Now I’m Feeling Zombified” 45 is included alongside the four part epic “Katch 22” on what is generally regarded as one of the band’s strongest studio outings.
Second up we have the band’s second album, Curse. The album includes the indie top 10 single “E.S.T. (Trip To The Moon)” and also added to the LP are three bonus tracks, “Boneshaker Baby”, “I Am A Product (Live)” and “30 Second Coma”.
|Cherry Red Records 1990||CD||17.00 €
|Anger Regiment - Aces And Eights
||Bridge Nine 2004||CD||17.00 €
|Avengers - Avengers
San Francisco hardcore / garage / punk-rock from 1977-1978
|CD Presents||CD||18.00 €
|Bad Detectives - Trash Culture
Amazing 3rd album from The Bad Detectives. 16 self penned catchy, quirky observations on life and of true tales, stranger than fiction. These guys are a great mix of Rockabilly/R&B and Garage with a sprinkle of Americana. A weird concoction that really works!
|Western Star Recording Company 2009||CD||17.00 €
|Bahareebas - Sound The Bell For The Last Round
hyviä instru/surf biisejä ja loput laulettua garage-punk-rokkia
|Kamikaze Records 2011||CD||15.00 €
|BBQ - Genie
||Collector's Choice Music 2008||CD||13.00 €
|Beechwoods - Party Time Discotheque
The true NW rock n' roll sound of the 60's, stuff like The Kingsmen, The Wailers, The Sonics, The Ventures, Don & The Goodtimes, and the list goes on. Well, The Beechwoods have the NW sound dialed in - you'll flip over the 10 tunes packed into this shiny platter. Stomp, shout and work it all out with the Beechwoods! A well-blended mix of 4 vocals and 6 instros, in a nifty mini-LP sleeve.
|Double Crown Records 2010||CD||12.00 €
|Bloodsucking Zombies From Outer Space - Decade Of Decay - Gravest Hits
||Schlitzer-Pepi Records 2012||CD||19.00 €
|Boss Mustangs - Boss Mustangs
Recorded at the incredibly analog Goon Lagoon Recorders, this debut album by The Boss Mustangs is proof positive that Rock is NOT Dead! Sounding like a throwback soundtrack to a 1968 Motor City Dragway short film, there’s no mistaking the band's understanding of stripped down, raw, PowerGarage RocknRoll. All five lads hail from various enclaves of The World's Motor Capital, and recorded these cuts this past February. The kickoff is Turn On, a potboiler that was penned by guitarist and founder Mickey Catalina. A stomping, driving old school rock song, the riff is as sexy and hooky as it gets. Dan Cadillac belts out a scream to kick off the disc that absolutely sends shivers! The record continues with an unrelenting drive and pace, following a pattern of high energy and dynamics coupled with tempo, timbre, and tone variations that keep the record coherent and consistent while being deliciously different from cut to cut. Solid! Another highlight is Mrs. McKee, an all meat no filler sexy swaggery tune, also written by Mr. Catalina. The feel of this song is that of a post '67 riot Detroit night, on your way the Grande Ballroom, with Rob Tyner at the wheel. Vintage Motor City vibe all the way. The album closes with White Rose, THE most authentic psychedelic song put to tape in 45 years. Drenchy reverb, Leslied vocals, organ, et. al. There's nary a soul that's heard this track and thought it was recorded any later than November of 1967! In fact, all ten of the songs on this record nail the sounds of the heavier pre and post psychedelic era Detroit and London so well, it could fool most program directors at any rock station! An ageless LP for the ages to be sure. PLAY LOUD! Johnny Hiwatt
File under: Rock and Roll/Garage Rock
|Spinout Records 2011||CD||15.00 €
|Butchers - Flesh Eating Twist
great finnish psychobilly group
|Crazy Love Records 2002||CD||15.00 €
|Carrera - Freakydeakydutch
||Kix 4U 2003||CD||17.00 €
|Chris Con Carne - ConCarnage
||Double Crown 2002||CD||17.00 €
|Cramps - A Date With Elvis
This 1985 outing from the coolest band in the universe asks the question 'How Far Can Too Far Go?' and snaps back with an answer before you can say 'Aloha From Hell'.
|Ace Records||CD||17.00 €
|Cramps - Bad Music For Bad People
tracks from 1979-1984
|A&M Records||CD||13.00 €
|Cramps - Flamejob
|Creation Records 1994||CD||10.00 €
|Cramps - Live At Club 57 !! 1979
live from 1979 + 9 demos 1977-1979
|Moonlight Records||CD||20.00 €
|Cramps - Look Mom No Head
|Venegeance Records 2001||CD||17.00 €
|Cramps - Off The Bone
||Emi 1998||CD||9.00 €
|Cramps - Psychedelic Jungle
albumi vuodelta 1981
|Zonophone Records 1998||CD||9.00 €
|Cramps - Psychedelic Jungle / Gravest Hits
2 LPs = 1 CD. 19 tracks
|Cramps - Rockinnreelininaucklandnewzealand
||Ace Records 1994||CD||17.00 €
|Cramps - Smell Of Female
||Ace Records 1990||CD||13.00 €
|Cramps - Songs the Lord Taught Us
|Emi 1998||CD||8.00 €
|Cramps - Stay Sick!
||Ace Records 1993||CD||18.00 €
|Cripplers - One More For The Bad Guys
Emerging from the same fertile soil that spawned such legendary Missouri garage bands as The Untamed Youth and The Revelators comes the state’s latest breed of wild young hooligans, The Cripplers! Taking inspiration from both those previous bands and combining it with influences like lowdown dirty blues, ‘70s minimalist punk, lo-fi garage growl and fun, loud angry rock ‘n’ roll.
|Dionysus Records 2001||CD||17.00 €
|Cynics - Blue Train Sessions
||Get Hip 1993||CD||17.00 €
|Cynics - Get Our Way
||Get Hip 1994||CD||17.00 €
|Cynics - Learn To Lose
||Get Hip 1993||CD||17.00 €
|Cynics - Living Is The Best Revenge
||Get Hip Recordings 2002||CD||9.90 €
|Cynics - No Siesta Tonite
Live in Madrid 1994
|Get Hip 1994||CD||17.00 €
|Cynics - Rock'n'Roll
originally released 1989
|Get Hip 2007||CD||17.00 €
|Cynics - Sixteen Flights Up
||Get Hip 1994||CD||17.00 €
|Damned - Not the Captains Birthday Party ?
||Frontier Records 1997||CD||18.00 €
|Davie Allan And The Arrows - Moving Right Along
Davie Allan is the undisputed "king of fuzz guitar". On "Moving Right Along" his new CD on Spinout Records, Davie continues on the path he trailblazed four decades ago when he recorded his chart-topping single "Blues Theme" (for the biker film Wild Angels). This uncompromising legend continues to form his own brand of melodic grunge. He is a true American original.
|Spinout Records 2008||CD||18.00 €
|Davie Allan And The Arrows - Retrophonic
||Arrow Dynamic 2009||CD||17.00 €
|Dead Boys - 3rd Generation Nation
||Bad Boy Production 1999||CD||18.00 €
|Deadcats - Feline 500
|Flying Saucer Records 2007||CD||17.00 €
|Deadcats - Millions Of Deadcats
||Flying Saucer Records 1999||CD||17.00 €
|Dean Carter - Call Of The Wild
he missing link between wild rockabilly abandon and snarling garage punk
Dean Carter was/is the ultimate rock'n'roll anomaly. Just check out the photo on the cover of CALL OF THE WILD!, one of the craziest collections your humble compiler has had the pleasure to assemble in recent memory. Presley-like stance, guitar by his side, with a swept-back do and zebra-striped jacket to die for. The ultimate in rockin' cool. Must be late 1950s, right? Uh-uh. How does 1968 grab ya?
Carter was a wildman, coughing up some of the most insane rock'n'roll platters known to man and beast, records that are all the more remarkable for their improbable recording dates. There's a time-warp sensibility to the sound of Dean Carter that is truly intriguing. He'd been singing rock in his native Champaign, Illinois since the late 1950s - indeed, there are even a couple of his rebel-raw 1959 demos included here - yet Carter retained his trademark rockabilly hiccup whether he combined it with a stomping garage beat (Sizzlin' Hot) or a rough hewn soul shout (Love's A-Workin').
Dean Carter really wanted to be a star and it's obvious from the sounds contained onCALL OF THE WILD! that he really had the goods to have become one. With an uncanny ability to swing from a high falsetto to a moody growl, the singer could switch from crooning a dramatic ballad to belting out a sizzling rocker. He just did things he wanted to do, in the way he felt right. With his sidekick Arlie Miller behind the studio controls, the amazing recordings here span a full decade (1959-69), yet they sound as though they all could have all been taped at the same session, such is the relentless rocking drive common to each and every performance.
The apex of Dean Carter has to be upon the truly berserk treatment of Jailhouse Rock that was issued as a single on Carter and Miller's tiny Milky Way label in 1967 (and has been widely bootlegged in subsequent years). The record itself defies description - suffice to say, it sounds as though a riot really is taking place - yet incredibly the research for the notes threw up the fact that buried amongst the sonic chaos is not only an accordion and a frantically-scrubbed dobro, but also a clarinet played by a 12-year old girl!! Joe Meek could not have devised a more unusual session. Many other tracks are only slightly less crazed, such as I Got A Girl, Black Boots and the stomping Mary Sue, the latter cut as a single in Washington in 1968 with the aid of one-time Gene Vincent sidekick Jerry Merritt.
I could blather on about the genius of Dean Carter for a whole RT, but instead I urge you all, if you say you like rock'n'roll, to buy this CD, ogle the eye-bending pix, read the bizarre story and revel in the unselfconsciously manic sounds it contains. This guy is an unsung hero of unprecendented proportions. All hail Dean Carter!
By Alec Palao (Ace Records)
|Ace Records 2002||CD||17.00 €
|Death Of A Demon - Doomsday Euphoria
||Fiendforce Records 2010||CD||17.00 €
|Death Valley Surfers - Dead Man's Surf MCD
psychobily fm UK
|Klub Tastic||CD||10.00 €
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