Way back at the start of the this year, I set up a playlist that would collect the 25 most played songs that I added to my iTunes in 2007. I did this mostly so that I could look back and see what really caught my ear, and as sort of a companion to my monthly lists of what I had the urge to drop and drag into my play list for each month.
I would love to say that these are really my top songs of the year, but I can’t honestly do that, because some of them were added and played several… Continue
Added by Eric Reanimator on December 31, 2007 at 5:15pm —
Ordem Alfabética/Alphabetical Order:
* Bloody Hollies - Who To Trust, Who To Kill, Who To Love [Alive]
* Dee Rangers - Blue Swedes [Screaming Apple]
* Hex Dispensers - st [Alien Snatch]… Continue
Added by Rock Around The Blog on December 31, 2007 at 11:00am —
Radio What Wave promo….
Ok, so this name, Radio What Wave, where in the heck did that name come from? is a question I sometimes get asked. Way back in the late 70’s… Continue
Added by whatwave dave on December 31, 2007 at 10:00am —
Debut full-length by Dublin, Ireland's manic garage/punk quintet The Urges. Recorded in the all analogue studio of Circo Perrotti in Gijon, Spain with Jorge Explosion on production duties (Billy Childish, The Cynics), Psych Ward (Off The Hip 2007) is a savage energy filled ode to the earliest days of punk. Paying homage to underground heroes of the 60's like the Seeds, Q'65, and 13th floor Elevators, and following in the footsteps of latter day madmen like, "Wild" Billy… Continue
Added by Ed Post-Mortem on December 30, 2007 at 11:10am —
SO TODAY I WAS DRIVIN AROUND LISTENING TO LITTLE STEVEN'S UNDERGROUND GARAGE.I DO LISTEN FROM TIME TO TIME.IT WAS PRETTY COOL FOR A BIT,SAINTS,RADIO BIRDMAN,COMPULSIVE GAMBLERS,THE CRYSTALS,ETC.....THEN OUT OF NOWHERE THIS SHITTY SOUNDING THING CAME ON.MUCH TO MY DISMAY,THEY WERE PLAYING FUCKING GREEN DAY.AS GOD AWFUL AS GOD AWFUL COULD BE.SO MY FAITH IN LITTLE STEVEN HAS KINDA BEEN SWAYED,ALTHOUGH HIS PROGRAM IS BETTER THAN MOST RADIO PROGRAMS.......BUT DEFINITELY NOT BETTER THAN GARAGE… Continue
Added by basura13 on December 29, 2007 at 10:03pm —
i went to the hatebreed show at the electric factory in philly. i held my own for someone 4feet 11 1/2 inches (thats right folks every 1/2 inch counts) lol. any who i walked away with a t-shirt, some random bruises, a stiff neck and a black eye but it was probably the best show i've been to in a long time. i'm used to shows where there is maybe 1 to 2 pits going on simultaneously but the e-factory was crazy! at any given moment there would be like 3-4 throwing downs started at once, it was… Continue
Added by T-rish on December 28, 2007 at 5:15pm —
this sunday...10 pm (pacific standard time)...at kuci 88.9 fm...on trash-o-matic-garbage-a-go-go with filthy rotten wes...
kaiser records returns to the air...with a special guest dj...
none other than "dj zorch" ...
well be on the air to spin some of our favourite tracks...and maybe talk some kaiser buisness...
so tune in and listen to me make an ass outta myself...
Added by kaiser von krapenschnitzel on December 27, 2007 at 10:07pm —
Someone on Wikipedia fucked up the garage punk page again, I tried to log in and change it back, but my log in doesn't even work anymore! So, fuck em', fuckin wikipedia smart asses; I guess they need to make room for the pages on "dance punk" "folk punk" "Gaelic punk" "Gypsy punk" "anarcho punk" and "avant punk," all of which have descriptive pages on wikipedia, something garage punk isn't allowed to have. FUCKING RETARDS!!!!!!!!
I don't type out "FUCKING RETARDS!!!!!!!!," as often as your… Continue
Added by Eastwood on December 26, 2007 at 7:50am —
Thought some of you might enjoy some "Recording Session Chatter" between takes. I have included a short piece during the recording of "Only By Your Own" in July, 2007. The group was laying down the instrumental tract for the song. The vocal track was recorded at a later date.
Added by Eugene on December 24, 2007 at 3:32pm —
When I was seventeen I'd start going to punk shows. I liked old cars, pin-up girls, tattoos, and playing guitar.
I have alot of tattoos, I drive an old car, I can actually play guitar, and Im married to a pin-up girl.
Added by jason weed on December 22, 2007 at 11:01pm —
were looking to be busy in the new year folks...expect a release early in the year of pennsylvanias "the butchers"... www.myspace.com/thebutchers
we are also talking to a few other bands at the moment and ill keep you all posted what happens...well all you that read the shit i type....
drink as much as i would
Added by kaiser von krapenschnitzel on December 20, 2007 at 1:14pm —
SONIC NIGHTMARES #2
Hosts: Gringo Starr & Reverend Beat-Man
Almost live from Switzerland! “Where the cows shit freely and we smell it vigorously!” Your hosts, Reverend Beat-Man and Gringo Starr of Voodoo Rhythm Records, wish you a merry fucking Christmas. Anything goes in an eclectic hour of blues, gospel, schlager, rockabilly, garage, beat, punk and trash-in-your-face. Guaranteed to ruin any party and put hair on your chest!… Continue
Added by Gringo Starr on December 19, 2007 at 6:00pm —
I thought some of you would like to hear a few cuts from our summer recording session. "Do You Think You Love Me" was written by Jim Mellick and myself about six months ago. "Only By Your Own" was written by Jim Mellick and Ken Valentine in 1965 and re-recorded this summer. The group thought a harmonica and more fuzz would make the song "fuller" and give it a punch. The "60's Fast Medley" and the "60's Slow Medley" was also recorded this summer. They are covers of a few of our favorite songs… Continue
Added by Eugene on December 19, 2007 at 2:58pm —
If you live in Columbia, SC the reason to see this Death Wish
-like revenge action flick is all the familiar downtown locations. Some of this was filmed right down the street from my house. The local weekly ran a huge feature on it, all the critics slammed it, but it's sure to show up on pay-cable as an attention-grabbing taut fast-paced (and unusually downbeat) and somewhat better than average vigilante opus. We all laughed at the idea of a street gang in Columbia, SC that was all white… Continue
Added by zacharythax on December 19, 2007 at 12:44pm —
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Now available every three weeks on the GaragePunk Podcast Network!…
Added by Michael Kaiser on December 19, 2007 at 12:30am —
WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN'- ROY HALL(1955)
TWO WEEK NOTICE-HI-RISERS(ROCHESTER,NY)(2007; ONCE WE GET STARTED-SPINOUT)
CAN'T GET OFF THAT TRAIN-MEZCAL BROS.(2007; GO GO RYTHYM-SPINOUT)(18)
LONESOME TEARS IN MY EYES-JOHNNY BURNETTE TRIO(1956)
STAY AWAY-VAN KIRKS(19?)
THE GIRL CAN'T HELP IT-LITTLE RICHARD(1956)
DADDY-O ROCK-JEFF DANIELS(1956)
HARVEY'S GOT A GIRLFRIEND-ROYAL TEENS(1958)
STROLLIN' ON THE BEACH-HOLLYWOOD FLAMES(1958)
CRAZY COUNTRY HOP-JOHNNY… Continue
Added by Mystic Mike on December 18, 2007 at 8:05pm —
Just a note to thank all of the members of the GaragePunk.com forums and other such forums for your continued passion for the 60's music. Many of the 60's "rockers" like myself are continually amazed that you still enjoy the "sound." If any of you ever have any questions concerning various groups of the mid 60's do not hesitate to drop me a line. Maybe we performed on the same show and I can share some info with you. The Brymers spent alot of time in San Francisco (1966-1968) during the… Continue
Added by Eugene on December 18, 2007 at 2:47pm —
Podcast Rock'n' Roll Rampage episode *44
One hour of Sleazy Trashy Rock & Roll /Garage/ Punkrock/ 60's beat/ Ye Ye beat/60's girl garage/ Raw soul/ Nasty Rockabilly/ Trashy Country and many many more... for all ye sinners 'n' sufferers
Take this Dirty Ride…
Added by Rock & Roll Rampage Radio Show on December 17, 2007 at 10:53am —
EVIL IDOLS RELEASE – 2006/2007
Can't Remember At All
“If I can’t remember, I haven’t done!” That’s been the excuse the Evil Idols uses their whole life to avoid that “moral hangover” after hard driking nights. And that’s where their new algum name come from: Can’t Remember At All,… Continue
Added by Evil Idols on December 17, 2007 at 10:23am —
Wild Wild Sound #6 Instro A-Go-Go, part 2! Continue
Screamin’ Jim Stark’s second swing at an all-instrumental episode featuring vocal-free vermin such as the Dynotones, the Charles Napiers, Venturi Tubes, the Joy Boys, & the Motions! Mo’ singer-less slop, mo’ instro…
Added by Wipeout! on December 17, 2007 at 2:00am —