VARIOUS - BEAT FROM BADSVILLE, VOL. 1 (2X10")
Trash Classics From Lux And Ivy's Vinyl Mountain. Tracks: Side 1 - LIP CURLING ROCK'n'ROLL 1. Joe Hall & The Corvettes - Bongo BeatinBeatnik 2. Johnny Jay - Sugar Doll 3. Hayden Thompson - Blues Blues Blues 4. Walter Brown And His Band - Jelly Roll Rock 5. The White Caps - Rock'n'Roll Saddles 6. Gene Maltais - Gang War Side 2 - CRAZY MIXED UP SOUNDS 1. The Versatones - Tight Skirt Tight Sweater 2. The Five Blobs - From The Top Of Your Guggle (To The Bottom Of Your Zooch) 3. Tic & Toc - Jibba Jab 4. Jack Judge - Yea-De-A-Hay 5. Kimball Coburn - Boo Be Ah Be 6. Playmate - Beep Beep Side 3 - INSTRUMENTAL MADNESS 1. Willie Joe And His Unitar - Unitar Rock 2. The Noblemen - Dragon Walk 3. Noble Watts - Mashed Potatoes 4. Jimmy Witter And The Shadows - Aaahhh 5. The Dynamos - Manhunt 6. The Ebonettes - Wild Man Walk Side 4 - GHOULISH EXOTICA 1. Bob Bunny - The Joker 2. Gary 'Spider' Webb - The Cave (Part I) 3. Kip Tyler - She's My Witch 4. The Carnations - Scorpion 5. Scottie Stuart - Nightmare 6. Bob Luman - The Creep
FLORES, ROSIE - WORKING GIRL'S GUITAR
Rosie Flores, the Rockabilly Filly, the working girls guitar virtuoso, surfs some slinky West Texas waves, channels some lush, longing Beatles-inflected pop and adds some sly hither-come purrs to a classic by the King. Rosie can be an elegant classicist, or can let it all hang out with a rock and roll energy that most somehow forget to remember. Its all wrapped up with Rosies singularly scorching guitar work and backed by Brian Setzers rhythm section.
MINNESOTA VOODOO MEN - SHAKE YOUR MIND!
A brand-new album by the amazing and crazy Japanese Garage-MerseyBeatles THE MINNESOTA VOODOO MEN has once again enriched our '60s inspired rock'n'roll-world: 'SHAKE YOUR MIND!', it's a well-chosen title for a musical firework that won't allow you to stop dancing. You can expect some wild '60s beat stylings combined with garage and surf. Besides fantastic and catchy original compositions this album also contains two brilliant cover-songs. 'Break It All' is a song by Uruguayan Beatles-equivalent LOS SHAKERS, and 'Everything's Alright' is a cover of a MOJOS (f.k.a. The Mojo Men) -original which they translated into the Japanese language. Both are mindblowing versions by these energetic Asian madmen, which fit in perfectly among their versatile collection of garage- and Merseybeat-hits with a powerful Japanese attitude. Tracklist: A: I Wanna Tell You Without Marcy Dont Tell Me Lies Lambrettabillitys GT200 (Honda 205) Everythings All Right Break It All B: Love Me Please, Love Me DO Shake And Dance Mister Daylight Tut-Ankh-Amen If She Said Yeah No Matter
RECKLESS KIND - GOLDEN AGE THINKING
Members or AFI and American Steel join forces with some young whippersnappers and play some of the dick-swingingest rock'n'roll this side of 1979. Their sound recalls the best of Tom Petty, Thin Lizzy, and even Exile-era Stones. Dust off your Zippo and hide your daughters! Vinyl version.
SETTING SON - BEFORE I EAT MY EYES & EARS
The third album by The Setting Son, a project that started out as a solo project for Sebastian T.W. Kristiansen who recorded more than 50 songs in his flat in Copenhagen on his 4-track tape recorder. Lorenzo Woodrose from Baby Woodrose got hold of the tapes and handed them over to Bad Afro Records, who released the first two albums with Lorenzo Woodrose as producer. The Setting Son have since then become a real band with their own take on psychedelic garage pop that is both blue-eyed and bittersweet. The songwriter, Sebastian T.W. Kristiansen has an ear for good tunes, and his characteristic voice and songwriting skills make The Setting Son stand out among the many bands today that are inspired by psychedelic music from the '60s. 'Before I Eat My Eyes & Ears' is more varied than the early material and more time has been spent on the details. The album is produced by Sebastian T.W. Kristiansen and The Setting Son in the Orangeriet studio in Copenhagen and the result is a more mature record that showcases another side of their talent. 'Before I Eat My Eyes & Ears' will be released as an LP and download.
VARIOUS - BORED TEENAGERS, VOL. 6
tracklist Side 1: Victimize - Day I Met God / Society's Child / Intercity. Stereotypes - Countdown / Campagne Suicide. MACHINE - Bored With The City / Bown Eyed Girl Side 2: F-X - South's Gonna Rise Again / Queen Bitch / Vox Phantoms - Nothing New Under The Sun / Dead Airmen - Not Only Dresden / Vile Bodies - Miss Stupid / Outlawed / Unorfadox - I'm A Loner / The Daze - I Wanna Be A Star / AT The Seaside Includes a 16-page A5 glossy booklet that is crammed full of rare photos and write ups by the bands themselves!!!!
VARIOUS - JERK BOOM! BAM!, VOL. 5
Tracklist: John Fred - Lenne, Lester Young - Down To The River, Eddie King & Mae B, May - Are You Pushed To Love, Louisiana Red - Who Dat?, The Jolly Jax - 'Preciate It', Big Jack Reynolds - Made It Up In Your Mind, Professor Hamilton & The School Boys - Back To School, Bobby Pierce - My Night Out, The Thunderbirds - Thunderbird Twist, Kenny Hambers & David Robertson's Combo - Do The Hully Gully, Johnny Copeland - Wake Up, Little Susie, Joel Scott Hill & The Invaders - Look Out, Miss La-Vell - Teenage Love, Frank Scott - She Said, The Merrill Brothers - My Baby Twist, Jimmie Vaughn - Come On Home.
VARIOUS - JERK BOOM! BAM!, VOL. 6
Tracklist: Lil' Ray & The Premiers - Shake! Shout!, Pete Cooke & The Baby Dolls - Take It And Git, Terry Westlake - Baby Be My Chauffeur, Ervin Rucker - She's Alright, Helen Troy - I Think I Love You, Oscar Boyd - When Things Get A Little Bit Better, Pete & Repeat - But I Still So, Johnny Cool & The Counts - The Love Bounce, Pete Hartfield - Mighty Man Parts 1 & 2, The Skip Robinson Trio - I Feel Alright, The Williams Sisters - He's Got Everything You Need, Carl Henry Hall - Let Me Down Slowly, Teddy Mack & The Mackinteers - Hey Hey Gypsy Woman, Leo Price - Hey Now Baby, James McCleese - Tell Me Why.