THE DYNAMITES – TOO LATE (COLUMBIA)
THE SATELLITERS – I CANT STAND THIS (SCREAMING APPLE)
DAISY CHAIN – REBELLION (MUSIC MANIAC)
SUBHUMANS – NO (SPIDER LEG)
ILL REPUTE – CLEAN CUT AMERICAN KID (POSH BOY)
MARGARET WHITING – GOOD MORNING MR ECHO (TELEFUNKEN)
JOHN LEE HOOKER – LOST MY JOP (LAUREN)
BILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS…
CIUT Live w/The Swingin' Blackjacks;
(artist/song/album/label/Cancon = !);
1.Elton Britt ~ Pinto Pal (intro) ~ Ridin' with Elton ~ Soundies
2.The Swingin' Blackjacks ~ Misery Train ~ (live @ CIUT) ~ !
3.The Swingin' Blackjacks ~ Never come out to play ~ (live @ CIUT) ~ !
4.The Swingin' Blackjacks ~ Say Mama ~ (live @ CIUT) ~ !
5.The Swingin' Blackjacks ~ Devil's Backbone ~ (live @ CIUT) ~ !
6.The Swingin' Blackjacks ~ Lone Star Girl ~ (live @…Continue
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4 Sticks Up Your Ass - The Get Lost
If You Ain't Got No Bread - Billy Hamlin
Valley Of The Kaisers - The Kaisers
One Potato - The Elite
Stoned - The Black Lips
Rock & Roll Psychosis - The Jim Jones…Continue
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Check out the first episode of Young and Crazy:
Oh no, he's back again! He said he'd be gone forever but, like a fucking boomerang, he's back again to ruin the party!
So here we go again for about one hour of booze, bongos, screams, distortions, sex and stupidity here, in THE HOUSE OF WILD DELIGHTS on GARAGEPUNK.COM with that soaked freak they call The stumblin' Foul Screecher!
Ah come on, was this really necessary???
You still got the choice to turn around and run away or…
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Host: Mal Thursday
In a self-referential variation on the "Songs the Lyres Taught Us" series, Mal spins the original versions of 29 songs that he covered with his band the Malarians (the American garage band, not the Spanish ska band) between 1984 and…Continue
I put an inordinate amount of Chesterfield Kings on my playlist simply because it seemed important to offer music that in all likelihood is not available otherwise at this site. These recordings have been culled from the early to mid eighties LP's and were only recoverable by transposing them from some old cassette tapes; this explains the substandrd recorded sound of these songs, but it seemed better than not to allow interested persons to listen to them because of their rarity. Actually…Continue
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The Stranglers were strikingly different from any other band on the ’77 British punk scene. They were older (Jet Black, the drummer was 39 years-old in 1977), they
had a keyboard player who looked like a shepherd, and their karate freak
bass player, JJ Burnel was beating up everybody who pissed him off. And
it was quite easy to piss him off.
The same aggression defined the way Burnel played the bass. In his hands
it wasn’t an…
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Episode #2 of the Noise Annoys podcast! A megaphonic blast of REAL rock'n'roll...
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(artist/song/album/label/cancon = !);
1.The Treniers ~ Moondog ~ OKeh Records box set ~ Sony
2.The Blasters ~ Border Radio ~ Testemant ~ Rhino
3.Rank & File ~ Conductor wore black ~ Sundown ~ Slash
4.Rockpile ~ Teacher teacher ~ Seconds of pleasure ~ Sony
5.The Hi-Fi's ~ I don't know why you love me ~ (45) ~ Showtime ~ !
6.Handsome Ned ~ Put the blame on me ~ The name is Ned ~ Linkhorn ~ !
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The Clash have always been a major inspiration for us. They were the coolest band on the ’77 British punk scene with their catchy melodies, smart lyrics, immense energy, and
picture perfect urban guerilla image. They invented the punk version of
reggae, so that 23 years later we could write a song called The Bridges Of Novi Sad. Just like…
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