Garage Punk / Hardcore & Punk
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4.0 out of 5 stars with 39 reviews
The biggest debut album this year is again from Detroit. Wendy Case´s THE PAYBACKS are real Detroit R&R with capital letters. With a killer sound full of energy and fantastic songs these guys and gal are destined to become instante favorites. Also feat. Hentchmen members JOHN AND MIKE AND ROCKET 455 power guitarist MARCO. Their cut on the sympathy from the record insdustry Detrot Comp left everyone begging for more and here it is: ROCK’N’ROLL BABY!
Sympathetic Sounds of Detroit
mpn: 4823008, ean: 0790276062320,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 15 reviews
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Death By Unga Bunga
mpn: ESP2100CD, ean: 0074505821002,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
CD only Mummies release! What the fuck! For the first time ever: 22 tracks of pure fool's gold like you've never heard them before...now with bass! Apparently THE MUMMIES did have a bass player as these master tapes reveal. Tracks culled from their now ridiculously overpriced collector's item 45s incl a very special never before released hide-the-salami bonus trackRock.
Steve Earle & Supersuckers
mpn: SP388, ean: 0098787038828,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 29 reviews
Steve Earle And Supersuckers - Creepy Jackalope Eye - Cd On the ambitious El Corazón, Steve Earle enlisted the Seattle-based punk outfit for the thundering ''N.Y.C.'', perhaps Earle's most ferocious performance. This Sub Pop EP furthers that punk/country collision, but the union is brief and inconclusive. Earle kicks off with a biting, acoustic reading of the Suckers' weird ''Creepy Jackalope Eye'' and almost makes sense out of lines like ''I've got a jackalope face / I'm a jackalope guy.'' The
Master's Bedroom Is Worth Spending a Night in
mpn: unknown, ean: 0656605671727,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 9 reviews
Following 2007's understated and unjustly ignored ''Sucks Blood'', this releases weaves John Dwyer's (OCS, Coachwhips, Pink & Brown) signature AM radio howl with the catchiest of driving tunes, Brigid Dawson's gorgeous harmonies, heightened fidelity, thick spring-reverbed bombast, mighty drums, and an undeniable pull. Look for them at SXSW. ''Tunes only a soulless vampire couldn't enjoy'' - Audio Lunchbox.
4.9 out of 5 stars with 18 reviews
The Makers' debut is full of the pounding, garage punk madness that built the Spokane band a small but devoted following. Unfortunately, that following was built largely on live antics and didn't translate terribly well to record. Blunt production, indecipherable lyrics, and too-tense rhythms keep the listener firmly at arm's length, while the band charges full throttle through song after song, oblivious to everything around them. A good record for people who like to zone out, jump around, and t
Back From the Grave 1
4.4 out of 5 stars with 32 reviews
CD reissue of the compilation that started the garage rock frenzy that we currently live in. This is a stone-cold classic - bonafide! Crypt's very first offering in their Back from the Grave series, features total cuts by Larry & The Blue Notes, One Way Streets, Alarm Clocks, Eleite, Jujus, Fabs, Malibus, Bel-Aires, Swamp Rats, One Way Streets, and many others.
Superfuzz Bigmuff & plus Early Singles
mpn: 21, ean: 0098787002126,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 41 reviews
Anthems that fucked up a generation. It's up for debate whether or not this hellaciously fun, sexed-up, blues-dirge rock band single-handedly ''invented grunge'' when they burst onto the Seattle scene in the late 1980s. Mudhoney's act notoriously featured loud guitars lathered in distortion, pummeling drum assaults, hair flying all over the place, and a singer who sounded like a drunken, horny werewolf. This collection proves they were masters at rollercoaster rave-ups with ''You Got It'' and ''
Living Is the Best Revenge
4.8 out of 5 stars with 25 reviews
In May 2002 THE CYNICS hooked up with ace producer/R&R spiritual counselor TIm Kerr in Austin, TX. to record their first studio album in 7 years and most likely their best one to date! Recorded at Sweat Box Studios with Mike Vasquez and Bryan Nelson engineering, the tracks were laid down in just three days and they capture the energy and intensity of the Cynics live performances. The songs cover quite a dynamic range -- from howling, fuzzed-out punkers to mid-tempo melodic folk-rock nuggets to p
I Know You Fine But How You Doin
4.3 out of 5 stars with 23 reviews
This is ground zero for the current American garage revival we are living in, spawning a bazillion imitators in it's wake. Contains 25 of the 27 songs from the debut ''Houserockin''' & the 2nd LP ''I Know You Fine, But How You Doin'''. Imitators, get in line.
The Hellacopters - Head Off
mpn: unknown, ean: 5553555500501,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 9 reviews
Vinyl LP pressing. 2008 release, the seventh and final studio album from the Swedish rockers, appropriately titled Head Off. The album features a little sonic taste from every phase of The Hellacopters musical past, from the feed-backed and hum-bucked mayhem found on 1996's Grammy winning Super Shitty to the Max! To the refined songwriting and production found on their last studio album Rock & Roll Is Dead. Sayonara, my brothers in Rock! 12 tracks including 'Electrocute', 'I'm Watching You' and
mpn: 164, ean: 0801390016424,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 44 reviews
This duo subtly and organically fuses pop, glam, blues, art-punk, and hip-hop in a manner that flits between light and dark, funny and morbid, experimental and cute. The result is a short, sharp twelve track album of sensual, fresh, and atmospheric songs. A reminder that no one on earth makes rock 'n' roll quite like The Kills. Previous albums ''No Wow'' and ''Keep On Your Mean Side'' have sold over 70,000. Jamie ''Hotel'' Hince might have become tabloid fodder thanks to his relationship with Ka