"I just heard about this flick from a band's Facebook. I guess I missed this thread the first time around. The film really looks incredible - Dirtbombs, Hentchmen, Detroit Cobras, et al. - so I hope it sees the light of day…"
"My local record store picked up a massive punk and garage collection last year - apparently the stock of some defunct distributor, because most of the LPs were still sealed. I was able to find lots of records I'd been wanting for…"
"Two punk albums come to mind immediately, although they are only loose concept albums:
The Makers - Rock Star God (2000)Sham 69 - That's Life (1978)
Both are hit-n-miss affairs, in my opinion, and a little dull in comparison to their earlier…"
"I missed one of your criteria - The Monofones aren't American - oops! Here's a few amazing and relatively new female-fronted bands:
The Woolly Bandits (from Los Angeles, with Sky Saxon's former backing band)
"I think it was self-released by the band as a digital download only ($4 from Amazon) in August. The title track is a killer! From their Facebook page:
"Available today on iTunes and all digital stores is Diamond Skull, the new Atomic Suplex EP…"
"It's tough to make a "Best of" list, when I know there's still so much stuff released in 2012 that I should've listened to, but haven't yet. Anyway, my Top Six Albums/EPs for 2012, in no particular order:
I've got a wallet on my ass with a rock n' roll license!
Favorite Music/Influences (list some bands, musicians, genres, etc.):
Garage rock/punk or punk 'n roll or whatever you wanna call it, other punk subgenres ( a bit of '77-80, and power/pop-punk as in the Ramones-ish definition), surf, rhythm & blues, soul, rockabilly, punkabilly, cowpunk, 70's hard rock/glam, NWOBHM, country, western swing, other stuff.
Children of Men, Matewan, Wild Zero, Glengarry Glen Ross, Dr. Strangelove, Picnic at Hanging Rock, Repo Man, Brazil, Friday, Swingers, The Quiet Earth, Night of the Hunter, more more more.
Favorite Show(s) on GaragePunk Pirate Radio:
The Desperate Hour, or possibly Shout Bamalama! And Mottey's Garage Black & Blues Show! Hell, there's not a bad one in this place.
"in Europe too we do have lots of and very good!! so don´t forget King Automatic, the Reverend Beat-Man or Urban Junior and a bunch more.. actually if you start a search-members for "one man band" here in the…"
"iT'S FUNNY HOW THAT WORKED , FOR YEARS , ABOUT TEN OF 'EM ,WHEN CHILDISH HAD THE MILSHAKES GOING , THEN THEE MIGHTY CAESARS AND THEE (EARLY ) HEADCOATS , HE COULD'NT GET ARRESTED IN THE STATES , UNTIL HE'D BEEN ON SUB POP FOR…"
"DEF LEPPARD. They did'nt even have a cool past like The Scorpions (First two albums , trust me. Black Sabbath meets The Pink Fairies. Heavy , but trippy.). Once , I was going to work , and I saw some kids having a party at our community…"
"With Journey , I considered saying "Anything" , too. I over heard someone today saying how much they hate "Good Vibrations , a song I neither love nor hate , BUT , "SMILEY SMILE " , TEH ALBUM IT DEBUTED ON , is the Beach…"
"Time to get it off my chest...
Hey Jude - The Beatles
Good Vibrations - The Beach Boys
Unchained melody -The Righetous Bros
Hotel California - The Eagles
Born in the USA -Springsteen
ANYTHING by Journey...
ANYTHING by Def Leopard
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