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Blues Magoos - Electric Comic Book
The Blues Magoos launched their recording career with the LP Psychedelic Lollipop. The equally impressive Electric Comic Book refines the band's mix of rock ’n’ roll and day-glo psychedelia. That punchy yet playful approach animates such distinctive numbers as “Pipe Dream,” “Rush Hour,” “There’s a Chance We Can Make It” and “Albert Common Is Dead.”
Sundazed’s new vinyl edition also features a replica of the original comic book that was packaged with the album’s original pressings.

This ’60s garage-psych nugget is now available from Sundazed on High Definition Vinyl, sourced from the original Mercury-label stereo masters, with the colorful original cover art meticulously reproduced.

In their '60s heyday, the Blues Magoos were one of the first garage-punk bands to achieve mainstream success, and one of the first to embrace psychedelia. Early in their existence, the Bronx-bred quintet's high-energy live sets made them a popular attraction on the Greenwich Village club scene. Once they began making records, they quickly emerged as one of one of the earliest and most inventive exponents of the psychedelic sound. The band's 1966 debut album Psychedelic Lollipop and its 1967 followup Electric Comic Book, are two of that period's most beloved and enduring albums.
Sundazed Music 2011 LP 20.00 €
Bob Hocko And The Swamp Rats - Disco Still Sucks!
The wicked torrent of fuzzed-out mayhem these Steel City hooligans burned onto their ‘66 and ‘67 single sides is legendary, from a raunchy “Louie Louie” that drinks the Kingsmen under the table, to the head-smash of “Psycho,” to the gunpowdered cover of the Sparkles’ “No Friend of Mine.” But you get not only all the singles on this first-ever proper reissue of their material, but four bona-fide killers from the vaults, including an original muscle-car fuzz romp called “Hey Freak"; an extended version of “Tobacco Road” that’s a shotgun wedding of Nashville Teens R&B hedonism and Blues Magoos Bronx bombshells; a fine bluesy original called “I’m Going Home"; and a spiffy cover of the Kinks’ “She’s Got Everything.” With the band members telling their story for the first time in the extensive liners, unseen photos galore, and crisp sound, this is -- once again -- the reissue of the year. Or maybe the reissue of the century.
Get Hip 2003 LP 15.00 €
Midnighters - In Thee Midnite Hour !!
Pounding East LA rock n' roll! Original Whittier recordings of this legendary group's mid sixties stompers, collected together in one mad set for the first time! NO BALLADS!! Killer after killer of loud, tense, massively attitudinal teenage howlers- prime cut slammers that ram the Stones into a hot, crowded bullpen wearing long red capes and little else! For the first time, the universe outside East LA can dig the majestic slam of THEE MIDNITERS! Instant party never had it so good!
Norton Records 2006 LP 13.00 €
Monacles - Monacles
Arcania International LP 13.00 €
Oscar & The Majestics - No Chance Baby !
For anyone with an overindulged appetite for '60s garage compilations, Oscar & the Majestics must seem like old friends. Certainly, that’s the way we feel about ‘em. In Sundazed’s exhaustive dig through the prized USA & Destination Records catalogs (2131 South Michigan Avenue: 60's Garage & Psychedelia from USA and Destination Records LP/CD), no other act—and that includes hit makers like the Buckinghams and Cryin’ Shames—came close to the coverage afforded Oscar Hamod & the Majestics. If the group had left more than five tracks in the USA vaults, no doubt we would have included more.

Well, that was before Oscar opened up his vast personal archives, undisturbed for over 40 years, allowing for this first-ever collection of his complete ‘60s output. This includes the band’s best known USA sides, like the impossibly cool, fuzzed-out “Soul Finger”, as well as ultra-rare, Oscar-pressed singles (including the first official reissue of “House of the Rising Sun 1969”; an over the top rearrangement that suffers no shortage of Oscar-fuzz/Oscar-attitude.

Most rewarding of all, this set unleashes the unreleased “Baby Under My Skin” and “I Feel Good”; both seriously Kinky krunchers from the USA era. As a bonus, we blow the lid off the untold history of Mr. Hamod & his rockin’ crew in a package also crammed with vintage photos and rare 45 label scans
Sundazed Music 2011 LP 20.00 €
Rationals - Fan Club Album
For fans of the shiny black stuff, Big Beat is proud to present two different LPs by Ann Arbor’s finest, the Rationals this month. Last year’s “Think Rational!” compilation, the first legitimate repackaging of this storied combo’s mid-60s sides for the legendary A-Square label, was very warmly received indeed. The group’s distinctive brand of garage soul, so long the pride of their native Michigan, finally got the “respect” (pun intended) it deserves. And so, for the aficionados we offer these two extra special vinyl editions.

The “Fan Club Album” is legendary in collector circles as one of the rarest 60s garage artefacts known to man – only three test pressing copies are confirmed to exist. Consisting of unreleased outtakes from the band’s earliest sessions in 1965 and 1966, the longplayer was intended as a farewell “thank you” to the groups loyal fanbase by the band’s producer and mentor Jeep Holland, when he parted ways with the Rationals in late 1968. Save for one cut, this reissue reprises the album’s original tracklist and running order, and comes with a new, fully illustrated sleeve. In fact two tracks (the instrumentals ‘Wayfaring Stranger’ and ‘Strawberry Jam’) and several of the versions do not appear on “Think Rational!” and are thus exclusive to this release.

At the height of their popularity, there was much consideration of a Rationals album. Jeep even gave the project a title – “A-Soulin’ We Go With The Rationals”. Though the band recorded several of the selections Jeep had mapped out for inclusion, the record never came to fruition. But our “Out On The Floor” compilation approximates its contents, by collecting together the best material from the Rationals’ mid-60s garage-soul heyday, including such signature tunes as ‘Leavin’ Here’, ‘Temptation’s ‘Bout To Get Me’ and their big regional hit, ‘I Need You’. Mostly recorded at sessions in 1967 and 1968, when the beloved Michigan quartet was at the top of its game, it’s both a groovy spin for the hardcore Rats fan, and a power packed introduction for those who have yet to discover the blue-eyed magic of the mighty RATIONALS.

By Alec Palao (Ace Records)
Ace Records 2010 LP 18.00 €
Sonics - Fire & Ice
220 gram vinyl
Munster Records LP 18.00 €
Sonics - The Savage Young Sonics
Long before they delivered the full blown crunch of The Witch and Psycho, the Sonics were cutting their teeth in Tacoma teen clubs! These crude 1961-64 sides were taped live at dances and at home, showing the heavy influence of their primo idols the Wailers and includes the ultra primitive A-Rab, the group's very first recording - raw!! These tapes were recently found in a Tacoma attic. This is their first appearance ever! Liner notes by Sonics founder/guitarist Larry Parypa!
Norton Records 2001 LP 13.00 €
The Wheels - Road Block
Rave ups don’t come any wilder than ‘Road Block’ by the Wheels, who keep the party going on this CD of their complete output, 1965-1966. Tough, shouting R&B vocals and crunching riffs from Belfast’s other great combo.

‘Road Block’ and ‘Bad Little Woman’ are garage-beat classics of which anyone raised on American “Pebbles” albums will be very familiar. The Wheels, however, were not American; they were from Northern Ireland. Yet their band original ‘Bad Little Woman’ was picked up by Chicago garage deities the Shadows Of Knight, and in contrast they covered Paul Revere & the Raiders’ ‘Kicks’. Don’t even get me started on the feral intensity of their beat-punk opus ‘Road Block’.

Big Beat’s new Wheels collection comprises the A and B-sides of their three singles, released across 1965 and 1966, plus the remaining sessions they cut at Regent Sound; this is their album, its great period design making up for the fact that these talented young men didn’t get to release one first time round.

Like many who have bought Big Beat releases over the past 20 years, I came to the label knowing I would find great garage, beat and psych. Now the Wheels are in the company of the Beau Brummels, the Chocolate Watchband, the Zombies and Thor’s Hammer. And by heck, they deserve it. Anyone who has bought releases by those artists will adore the Wheels. Steaming out of Belfast’s Maritime Hotel (an R&B hotbed on par with the Crawdaddy in Richmond and Newcastle’s Club A’GoGo), where they graced the stage with friend Van Morrison and his similarly clued-up Them, before moving on to an obsessive following in the glamorous environs of Blackpool.

The Wheels lived their lives to the full, playing wild shows, popping pills and adapting R&B to their own means. Under the tutelage of industry bigwig Phil Solomon and producer Tommy Scott, they issued singles on Parlophone and turned heads with their long hair (or, in Brian Rossi’s case, bald head). It looked as if the charts would be theirs. Unfortunately, their sound and songbook may have shared too much with Them’s; Van and his gang stole the Wheels’ thunder and fashions changed fast.

In hindsight, the magnificent punk/R&B attack of ‘Road Block’ rivals anything the toughest US garage bands recorded, ‘Bad Little Woman’ was a really decent song, their choice of covers was inspired and there’s no denying their musicality or Rod Demick’s wild-but-soulful vocals. Okay, the Wheels were a beat band versed in R&B and they didn’t make an album like “Revolver” or sell many records, but by Jove they were exciting. The 12 tracks here are testament to that.

By Jon “Mojo” Mills (Ace Records)
Big Beat Records 2012 LP 18.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 1
Crypt Records LP 17.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 2
16 Garage Punkers
Crypt Records LP 17.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 3
16 crazed frantic, mid-60's garage punkers
Crypt Records LP 17.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 4
16 crazed wild and frantic mid-sixties garage punk screamers. 100% psychotik reaction !
Crypt Records LP 17.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 5
16 crazed frantic bone crunchin mid-60s garage punkers !
Crypt Records LP 15.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 6
Crypt Records LP 17.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 7 2LP
34 primitive, raw, wild & loud mid-60's punk-rock thumpers
Crypt Records LP 23.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 8 2LP
Crypt Records LP 23.00 €
VA: - Burghers Vol. 1
Classic 60s Sounds From Steeltown
Big Wink Records LP 17.00 €
VA: - Desert Island Treasures
Previously unreleased surf & garage from '63-'66. Also features tracks by The Velvetones and James Burton Band.
Bacchus Archives 1997 LP 15.00 €
VA: - Drink Beer Yell Dance
  LP 15.00 €
VA: - Girls In The Garage Vol. 12
14 charming french swinging ladies
Saperlipotte Records LP 18.00 €
VA: - Ho-Dad Hootenanny!
beer blast blowout '65
Crypt Records LP 15.00 €
VA: - Hydraulic Raisins - Wailin' In West Covina !!
Smokin' regional rock comp. chock full of garage and surf/instro tracks from The Spectrums, The Hydraulic Raisins, and The Rhythm Surfers.
Bacchus Archives 1998 LP 15.00 €
VA: - I've Had Enough ! - Unissued Sixties Garage Acetates Vol. 4
these originally unreleased recordings present a treasure trove of garage killers! All selections were recorded 1964-67 but none were released at the time. SPECIAL ALL NEW YORK EDITION!
Norton Records 2009 LP 13.00 €
VA: - Jungle Exotica Vol. 1
Strip Records LP 15.00 €
VA: - Jungle Exotica Vol. 2
Strip Records LP 15.00 €
VA: - Kicks & Chicks - original 1960s Acidpunk
15 tracks
Eleventh Hour Records 1990 LP 10.00 €
VA: - Lost Illusions Vol 2 - Ultimate German Garage Punk 1965-67
14 biisiä saksalaista 60-luvun harvinaisempaa garage punk / beat tavaraa
B Sharp 2005 LP 14.00 €
VA: - Mad Mike Monsters Vol. 1 - A Tribute To Mad Mike Metrovich
The wildest 45s discovered and popularized by enigmatic Pittsburgh hoo-doo DJ during his primo prime years 1964-67, compiled into three sets of instant party mashers! Massive gatefold LPs tell the story of the Mad One in his own words, complete with tons of memories from his many local fans, while the CD packs deliver the same in a pocket-size format! Absolutely staggering array of sounds from this Norton icon! All sizzle, no gristle! This is the first volume.
Norton Records 2009 LP 13.00 €
VA: - Mad Mike Monsters Vol. 2 - A Tribute To Mad Mike Metrovich
The story continues in this massive gatefold second volume
Norton Records 2009 LP 13.00 €
VA: - Mad Mike Monsters Vol. 3 - A Tribute To Mad Mike Metrovich
Third gargantuan volume wraps up the bio notes (or does it?) on this posh inaugural trio trib to Mad Mike Metrovich!
Norton Records 2009 LP 13.00 €
VA: - Pebbles Vol. 10
16 original punk rockers from the psychedelic sixties
BFD Records 1980 LP 17.00 €
VA: - Realities In Life - 16 US 60s Garage Wonders
16 rare garage rockers from rare 60s usa labels
Realities In Life LP 18.00 €
VA: - She Was So Bad - Unissued Sixties Garage Acetates Vol. 2
these originally unreleased recordings present a treasure trove of garage killers! All selections were recorded 1964-67 but none were released at the time.
Norton Records 2009 LP 13.00 €
VA: - Song The Cramps Taught Us Vol. 1
Cato Records LP 15.00 €
VA: - Teenage Shutdown ! Jump, Jive & Harmonize
Crypt Records LP 15.00 €
VA: - Teenage Shutdown ! She's A Pest
18 Revved-Up Teen Swingers !
Crypt Records LP 15.00 €
VA: - Teenage Shutdown - No Tease
18 inept, outta-tune teen romp from the (w)rec(k) room
Crypt Records LP 15.00 €
VA: - The Best Of The Barclay Rock Story
This compilation collects on one LP the very best garage/rock cuts from Arf! Arf!’s Barclay Story series. From the early ‘60s sounds of Chuck Barr and the Ramrods, to the later ‘60s psych-tinged singles by the Flowerz and Starlites, this comp gives you a wide panoramic view of what really was going on in a small area of Eastern PA during the mid-’60s. A must for the garage collector!
Get Hip 1998 LP 15.00 €
VA: - The Best Of The Electras / Scotsmen / Victors
Get Hip Recordings 1993 LP 17.00 €
VA: - Too Much Monkey Business Vol. 2
16 demented cover classics 1964-1966
Ape Records LP 18.00 €
VA: - Too Much Monkey Business Vol. 5 1964-1965
14 track Beat & Garage Journey
Ape Records LP 18.00 €
VA: - Train To Nowhere -Unissued Sixties Garage Acetates Vol. 3
these originally unreleased recordings present a treasure trove of garage killers! All selections were recorded 1964-67 but none were released at the time.
Norton Records 2009 LP 13.00 €
VA: - We're Gonna Change The World !
High-Definition 180 gram GOLD Vinyl LP
During the peak years of the ’60s garage band wave, Pete Wright was one of the nation’s top independent record promotion men. His records were not only hits on Chicago’s crucially important WLS but also in small markets throughout the Midwest. Whether in the Windy City or in these smaller outposts, he was tipped off to tons of untapped local talent. So much so that launching a record label was the next logical step. Thus was born Quill Records, a short-lived but supremely cool label heavily indebted to the garage band sound.

This definitive overview collects only the most rockin’ sides from the label; from the Malibu’s who manage to outdo their idols the Animals, at least in pure unbridled energy, to the Skunks who on their overdriven, fuzzed-out cover of “Do the Duck” could be mistaken for a UK mod/freakbeat act. And that’s just for starters in a set of teen rave-ups from the likes of the Delights, the Commons, Ltd., Chances R, the Riddles and more.

If the appearance of the Don Caron Orchestra in the track listing causes serious head scratching amongst the more discerning of you garage connoisseurs, well, we couldn’t help ourselves. Their “Hot Pastrami” may be the most scorching sax ’n’ reverb instrumental you hear all year.

This set also includes rare photos, label scans and extensive liner notes (with interviews from both Pete Wright and many of ­the bands).
Sundazed Music 2009 LP 19.00 €
VA: - You Tore My Brain ! - Unissued Sixties Garage Acetates Vol 5
Clobberin’ fifth volume of brutal unissued garage crunchers
Norton Records 2010 LP 13.00 €
Wailers - At The Castle
The most influential early Northwest combo at their very wildest, live n’ loud in 1963 at the legendary Spanish Castle with full revue including fifteen year old sensation Gail Harris & the late, everso great Rockin’ Robin Roberts! Reissued with gorgeous original jacket, mega monstrous Nortophonic Loud Sound! Outta print for way too long! Lush packaging, in-depth interviews, pix and info plus two bonus cuts! Essential stuff for all ye who demand unrelenting howling excellence! Yeah
Norton Records 1998 LP 13.00 €
Wailers - Livewire
Wailers fans have waited way too long for this one! The first ever definitive collection of the Wailers best 1965-67 sides! Includes the rawest cuts from their punk masterpiece album OUR OF OUR TREE plus rare singles and unissued demos! Sonics worshippers- get on board and dig the crunch on this baby! Chock fulla rare pics and untold tales from the Fabulous Wailers themselves! Get out the earplugs and aspirin (for the neighbors) and a tall cool one for yerself as you catapult this plastic platter out of your hi fi cannon! Absolutely, devastatingly DEADLY!
Norton Records 1998 LP 13.00 €
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