"Hi to all Garage friends.. I'm a 32 year old caveman from Italy.. Your place is Funtasctic, and I'm a big garage fan..
So I would like to show somw of my favourite garage rock videos.. Of course except the ones that you already…"
"The best part about that video is easily the hunchback guy in the background doing the same move over and over. Awesome find.
I dunno if anyone's posted any Mummies goodness yet, but this has got to be way up there:
"Dave Devine of the Cripplers is a member here, even though it doesn't look like he visits all that often:
Their LP on Dionysus is great, and they have an as-of-yet unreleased 2nd album that…"
"Well I would have to say the best garage video is The Mutants of the Holocaust - Train. But then I would cos I made it! (2 hours on Photodeluxe and Windows Movie Maker)
"i have a couple of new ones that are great,
Acid Baby jesus - It's on me
Juanita y Los Feos - Angelines
The Anacondas - La danza de los muertos
Jon Spenser blues explosion - DANG!
VOM - I'm in love with your mom
"I didn't think to question it. Some guy on the original garage punk dot com said he saw Rudi Protrudi at the Amoeba Records in LA and the back of his head was thin in comparison to everything else. I guess everyone , myself included wanted to…"
I am a thirty-three year old artist currently living in Wilmington, North
Carolina, working at Bombs Away Tattoo in Jacksonville, NC. Originally
from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where
I started tattooing seriously around the age of twenty. I lived and
worked in Ottawa, Ontario Canada for a few years and have recently
returned to the states. I
ride mopeds and motorcycles and love hot rodding of any sort and fuzzy guitars
"I absolutely LOVE stoner rock (heavy) - - just not all the time. Makes me think of The Black Angels and Vega out of Chicago. Denver has a pretty decent stoner-rock scene with Black Lamb. As for metal all the way through to grunge -…"
"yES , i MET YOUR FRIEND. In fact , I rode with him and the Bassist on a shuttle bus. The club hired a bus to pick people up at a couple of bars , and take them to the show , but , it was a new place , then , and they were advertising - challenged.…"
"Cool! Thanks for sharing your story. That is intersting: the show in which you saw Tek, Morgan, and Gillespie on one stage is the tour that my personal friend, Al King, drummed for them (he and I were in a couple Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti bands together,…"
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