Alright, This TIme Just The Girls

These two volumes of Alright, This Time Just The Girls brings together about 70 different female fronted bands spanning all of Sympathy's repitoire. You get a real mix from these compilations. Everything from pop-punk to garage rock, from folk to grunge its all here. Like with most compilations you will find tracks youll find yourself constantly skipping over, but theres enough good stuff to make you forget the rest. Some amazing bands can be found here such as The Detriot Cobras,'s, The Pebbles, The Come Ons, Thee Headcoatees, Mr Airplane Man, Holly Golightly, April March and so on. Not just for the girls.

Disc 1:
1. The Muffs - I Don't Like You
2. Banana Erectors - Fed Up With Highschool Days
3. The Grown Ups - Nick And Nick
4. The Detroit Cobras - I'll Keep Holding On
5. Candypants - Dishy
6. The Friggs - Shake
7. Supersnazz - Baby Love
8. The Chubbies - When I Was Your Girlfriend
9. Sacred Miracle Cave - The Ghost Of Elizabeth Shaw
10. The Barbarellas - Happy Days
11. Lunachicks - Shit Finger Dick
12. The Eyeliners - Six Years
13. Lo-Hi - Put A Sock In It
14. Holly Golightly - Anyway You Like It
15. April March - Cet Air-La
16. Buck - My Fascination
17. Hole - Retard Girl
18. The Bags - Survive
19. Starpower - I'm Sorry
20. The Revillos -Your Baby's Gone
21. April March/Makers - Sad Little Bug
22. The Neptunas - Davy Jones Liquor Locker
23. The Red Aunts - Terri Man
24. Calamity Jane - My Spit

Disc 2:
1. The Shitbirds - I Want You
2. The's - Bomb The Twist
3. Trinket - Happy Right This Second
4. Fur - I'm Not Coming
5. Thee Headcoatees - Ca Plane Pour Moi
6. The Haves - Coal Black
7. The Trip - Help Me
8. Inger Lorre/Motel Shootout - Burn
9. The Geraldine Fibbers - Toybox
10. Phenobarbidols - Theresa
11. Third Grade Teacher - Fear Of A Boy
12. Free Kitten - Oh Bondage Up Yours
13. The Stool Pigeons - I'm Into Something Good
14. April March/Los Cincos - Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind
15. The Cougars - Brain Cactus
16. The Honeymoon Killers - Mad Woman Blues
17. Electrocutes - Eggnog
18. Dark Carnival - Heaven Can Wait
19. Little Porkchop - Mean, Mean Man
20. The Pebbles - Sitting By A Window
21. Earl Lee Grace - Together
22. Pussy Crush - Burn Your World Down
23. Candy 500 - Keep It In The Hole
24. Satan's Cheerleaders - I've Got Levitation

The follow up release is in my opinion superior to that of Vol. 1.

1. Downbeat 5 - Radiates That Charm
2. The Stuck Ups - Anywhere But Here
3. Tina & The Total Babes - Tongue Tied
4. A-Lines - Four
5. The Fondas - Yeah Baby
6. The Beards - My Pillow
7. Kirby Grips - Washing Machine
8. Tuuli - Tough Guys
9. Lisa Marr Experiment - Little Red Bird
10. The Detriot Cobras - Bye Bye Baby
11. The Bristols - The Way I Feel About You
12. Candy Pants - Nerdy Pants
13. Mr. Airplane Man - Lonesome Road
14. Matson Jones - A Little Bit of Arson
15. The Excessories - See Me In
16. The Chubbies - didjahhavtasaythat?
17. Miss Daringer - Corpus Christi
18. Wanda Jackson - It Happens Every Time
19. Christa DeErynn - Sweet Lies
20. Ko & The Knockouts - Go-Getter
21. Scarling - City Noise
22. The Banana Erectors - You Got That Uh UH
23. The's - It's Rainy
24. The Come Ons - Dollar In My Pocket
25. Holly Golightly - Won't Go Out
26. The Muffs - Everywhere I Go
27. Helen Love - Debbie Loves Joey
28. Real Minx - Heather Hotwheelz
29. Ludella Black - I've Just Seen A Face
30. Supersnazz - Our Favorite Feeling
Alright, This Time Just The Girls Vol. 2

Happy New Year everyone!


Acid Eater

Acid Eater - Virulent Fuzz Punk A.C.I.D. [Time Bomb 2007]

"Imagine the heaviest, most fuzzed out garage rock you've ever heard, now take that and run it through a handful of distortion pedals, a bank of Acid Mothers worthy FX, blast it through a wall of busted old Vox amps, wrap the whole thing in feedback and reverb, and suddenly you're in some alien alternate future where the world is populated exclusively by Japanese noiserock beatniks, who are constantly blasting fuzzed out walls of overblown sixties sounds from their low flying spacecraft...

Imagine if Merzbow remixed your favorite Fuzztones record, or the Stooges released records on PSF and were augmented by some insane drug addled organist with WAY too many amps. Serpentine blues rock riffs, all tangled up with thick warbling organs, the vocals a snarling distorted howl, buried in the mix, and all dubbed out, the drums a crumbling, percussive pound, somehow as in the red as the rest of the instruments, every cymbal crash swallowing up all the other sounds, but it's the riffs, and the organ, and Masonna's wild eyed vocalizing that keep this blacklight space garage party going. Not to mention the killer hooks... Virulent Fuzz Punk A.C.I.D. perfectly captures how intense and freaked out it must be to experience this sound live, super distorted, feedback everywhere, the instruments in your face, the speakers threatening to blow, sweat, blood, spit, a swirling chaotic musical melee, heavy, distorted, fuzzy and funky, wild and woolly, spaced out and gloriously gloriously noisy."



Wyld Sydes Vol. 1

1. The Conductors - She Said So
2. The Affluents - Tom's Song
3. The Kyks - Where Are You
4. The In-sex - Girls
5. The Krum - LSD
6. The Nomadds - Don't Cheat On me
7. The Riptodes - Stay With me
8. 7 Sons - If Shes Not Your Kind
9. The Interns - And I'm Glad
10. Stan Donn - Deep In Your Heart
11. The Kinetics - Your'e Gonna Miss Me
12. The Jesters - If You Love Her So
13. Fabian - About This Thing Called Love
14. The Cloudwalkers - You Never Told Me So
15. Chips & Co - Marbletown
16. The Batmen w/The Phantom Band - Linda
17. The Coachmen - To Many Reasons
18. The Blox - The Way I'm Gonna Be
19. Movement Lefy - Silently
20. The No-Mads - Liverpool Lover
21. Fred Gartner & The Farraris - A Good Girl Is A Pretty Girl
22. Frisco Mint - Which End Is Up
23. The Eggheads - (Why Don't You Stop) Fooling Around
24. The Dawn 5 - A Necessary Evil
25. The Beagles - Humpty Dumpty

Wyld Sydes Volume 1


Wyld Sydes Vol. 2

1. Half-Pint & The Fifths - Loving On Borrowed Time
2. The Chateaus - Count On me
3. Homer - I Never Cared For You
4. The Jagged Edge - You Can't Keep A Good Man Down
5. The Tempests - Looking Out The Window
6. Veil - Something;s Wrong
7. The Baskerville Hounds - Can't Take It
8. The Noblemen - Satisfied
9. Little Boy Sad - The Tidal Waves
10. Tino & The Revolons - I'm Comming Home
11. The Ceeds - Too Many People
12. The Barons - Tomorrow Never Ends
13. The Flys - Reality Composition No.1
14. The Invictas - Do It
15. The Kinetics - Bus Stop
16. The Tribu-Terry's - Leavin' To Stay
17. The What-Nots - Look Down
18. The Young Lions - We Better Get Along
19. The Nomadds - There Is No More
20. The Sultan 5 - With You
21. The Exchequers - Is There Some Girl
22. The Kan-Dells - I've Met Death
23. The Wayward 5 - Can't Get Enough Of Your Lovin
24. The Contells - Doesn't Matter At All
25. The Good Feelings - I'm Captured

Wyld Sydes Volume 2


Wyld Sydes Vol. 3

1. The Kinetics - Feeling From My Heart
2. The Jesters - Don't Try To Crawl Back
3. Gentleman Jim & The Horsemen
4. The Four Generations - I'm Not Comming Back
5. The Flares - I Found Out
6. The Invaders - Why I'm Not The One
7. The Apostles - While I'm Away
8. The Menaces - Till I Met You
9. The Niteriders - Whatever's Right
10. The Outerlimits - Begin Your Crying
11. Colony - Things On My Mind
12. The Missing Links - They Say You Lie
13. Donnie - Your No Good
14. The Grand Prees - No Time To Lose
15. The Daytrippers - You Cheated
16. Aggregation - Candle Stick Stomp
17. The Esquires - She's My Woman
18. The Serfmen - A Man Can't Live Without Love
19. The Young Executives - Come On In Baby
20. Shandells Inc. - Say What I Mean
21. The Velours - She's My Girl
22. The Teddy Boys - It's You
23. The Leather Payges - The News Is Out
24. Gaunga Dins - Rebbecca Rodife
25. Jerry Raye - I Cry

Wyld Sydes Volume 3


Wyld Sydes Vol. 4

1. The Poverty V - Cry Cry Cry
2. The Riptides - She Set Me Free
3. The Sas-Shades - Walk In Loneliness
4. Does It Really Matter - Today
5. Five More - She Cares
6. The Advantes - Done It Again
7. Razors Edge - Get Yourself Together
8. Randy & The Holidays - Living Doll
9. The Long Island Sounds - Lucky Guys
10. The Ultimates - Little Girl
11. Tony & The Bandits (Oh No) I Can't Lose
12. The Savages - The Best Thing You Ever Had
13. Randy & The Rainbows - Forget Her Tomorrow
14. The Shy Guys - Lay It On The Line
15. Sound of The 7th Son - I Told A Lie
16. The Royalites - Dance Time
17. The Mystery Group - High Society
18. The Kinetics - Little Girl
19. Ronnie King & The Passions - Girl Break Away
20. Sue Patrick & The Nomads - You Found A New Love
21. The Kinetics - Put Your Lovin' On me
22. Tony & The Vizitors - Saturday's Son
23. The Rainmakers - My Home Town Girl
24. The Untouchables - Don't Go I'm Beggin'
25. The Rustics - Look At me

Wyld Sydes Volume 4


Wyld Sydes Vol. 5

1. Mike & The Dimensions - Why
2. The Minitmen - Rollin' In Money
3. Nova Local - Other Girls
4. The Rouges - Anything You Say
5. Jimmy Gilbert - Believe What I Say
6. The Cannons - Days Go By
7. The Daze Ends - What Can I Do
8. The Spectres - I Cried
9. The Newberry IV - That's Wht Im A Rolling Stone
10. The Nomads - Time Remains
11. Research 1-6-12 - I Don't Walk There No More
12. The Brotherly Lovers - Was A Lie
13. Head & The Hares - One Against The World
14. Leo & The Prophets - Parking Meter
15. The Lazy Eggs - I'm A Clown
16. The Nite Walkers - Sticks & Stones
17. The Villagers - You Can't Stay
18. The Misty Blues - I Feel No Pain
19. The Classmen - Any Old Time
20. The Kan Dells - That's All I Want
21. The Classics - I Don't Wanna Be Around
22. The Fogcutters - Castin' My Spell
23. The Fugitives - What Made You Blue
24. The Wild Things - I'll Taste Your Lips
25. The Jesters IV - Bye Bye Bye (So Long)

Wyld Sydes Volume 5


mamananananana.. more

more Modey Lemon? here, take it:

[Mute records cover]


[Birdman records cover]

I think it's an upgrade.



Here's some forgotten sixties garage/psych you didn't even know you missed:

1 The Sound Sandwich - Apothecary Dream
2 The Second Helping - Let Me In
3 The Leathercoated Minds - Psychotic Reaction
4 The Wailers - I Don't Want To Follow You
5 Gypsy Trips - Ain't It Hard
6 The Second Helping - Hard Times
7 The Leathercoated Minds - Eight Miles High
8 The Second Helping - On Friday
9 The Sound Sandwich - Tow Away
10 The Shindogs - Who Do You Think You Are
11 The Second Helping - Floating Downstream On An Inflatable Rubber Raft
12 The Sound Sandwich - Zig Zag News
13 The Leathercoated Minds - Non-Stop
14 Sunday Servants - I'm Puttin' You On
15 Sunday Servants - Who Do You Love
16 Roger Tillison - Nobody's Lover


bands soon to become you're own personal 'classics' in no time


Rewind 1

Some favorites of this past year, before the year-end lists are oh-so-carefully calculated in your mind, check out what you may have missed (or are already weighing in!):

The Low Budgets- Leave Us A Loan


Philadelphia natives, The Low Budgets, are goofy as hell (if you've seen the short film starring them you know what I mean), and they don't give a shit... actually that can really just be attributed to coming from Philadelphia, haha. Led by the lead singer of The Dead Milkmen, the band churns out quirked punk rock anthems that remain catchy regardless of the crazy lyrics. It's a treat.

Marnie Stern- In Advance of the Broken Arm


This album got really blogged-out, but I am mentioning it yet again because it really is that awesome. If you can't get behind any other track on the album, "Every Single Line Means Something" probably stands out for me as a top ten single for the year, most definitely. Clearly influenced by Hella, Marnie Stern's impressive instrumentals and feminine chiming, soaring yelps, and sometimes appropriate monotone, all layered in a very exact formula with each track, have almost a futuristic nature about them. The experimental nature of this album casts the future of music as bouncing drums, just "as your breath catches up from where you began". Let's not forget mind-numbing guitar soloing.

The Rakes- Ten New Messages


Probably the most 'indie' selection I made in this set, and granted The Rakes most certainly dove to a slightly softer sound, the foundation constructed with Capture and Realease still remains-- the friendly guitar and drum pairing, the drum still playing upbeat and catchy rhythyms, reminiscent still of old songs like "Retreat" or "We Are All Animals", the guitar, however, creating the slow and romantic new theme they've set for themselves. They give up on the romance for a bit in a couple tracks, and ended up either having tracks that either could have been intended for the last album, or just created tracks going back to where they started with "Trouble" and "Suspicious Eyes". Either way, I'll have them, power drums or heartstrings pulling.

The Willowz- Chautauqua


I don't really think The Willowz are ever gonna get the following they deserve. At the very least, here on the East coast, which would be their fault anyway for not touring here and being so impartial to their West coast homeland. In any case, they're a very good band, and with their sixth album stretch their legs and remove the garage punk element instilling more rock'n'roll fervor, will a bit of extra roll. They went a lil more blues and country than they have in the past, which is a transformation I would totally expect from a band, in terms of creative evolution, in their sixth album, and not feel cheeated at all. I won't say I don't miss the garage punk Willowz, and they haven't made so many strokes I can't see the underlying picture ("Nobody" sounds a bit more Talk in Circles). Once again, I am embracing change. This is refreshing, haha. I'll be sure to post about this band again sometime soon.

expect more 'rewinds' as we come closer to the end of the year.

Big Bang

first post of december! woooo

Modey Lemon

I was reminded of this Pittsburgh band while listening to the Lord Grunge (of Grand Buffet) podcast I got off of itunes (if you're a fan of the amazing rock rap band by the name of Grand Buffet, the podcast is called "The Grungeman Speaketh" and the podcast are dated for like... 2005 or something, they're enjoyable). Modey Blues are probably the best rock band to come out of Pittsburgh, and even I would say "best anything" originally, but I'm earning a mild respect for Pittsburgh everyday when I listen to acts like Grand Buffet or Modey Lemon. Along with being a personal favorite of mine, they're also probably the most successful alternative band from Pittsburgh and have been developing a following quickly, having toured with Dinosaur Jr. in 2002 on their reunion tour. I don't have much recent knowledge of this band, but having the opportunity to listen to them for practically all of yesterday (might repeat this behavior today), I remembered how awesome the s/t is and how I needed to up it. Modey Lemon's self-titled is not the only good album by this band, but what I felt was the best introduction to them, comparisons that could be made... I guess I am most reminded of The White Stripes, although they are much more unbridled in spirit and slightly less bluesy.


Re-up: Clap Along With The Dynamite Brothers-



Re-Ups of the broken links comming soon.

stupid mediafire


Los Shaker Por Favor!!!

Lately I'be been listening to these guys a lot.

From Uruguay 60s beat band Los Shakers whom many of you probably already know so this is for all that dont. Often cited as the Latin Version of The Beatles (but I would rather listen to Los Shakers than The Beatles anyday.

1965 Debut

Los Shakers - Los Shakers


Los Shakers - La Conferencia Secreta del Toto's Bar

Greatest Hits

Los Shakers - Por Favor

Does anyone have Shakers For You???


The SUPER POST is not yet ready for THE SUPER BLOG, so let's clap along, now

My formal introduction will have to wait, for all my uploads are not quite ready yet :(
this band is really really awesome though!!!


Kinda wish I was talking about these dynamite brothers:

but i somehow doubt the soundtrack to this movie is as awesome as the debut, and so far, the only release, by the rock/soul/blues/funk group The Dynamite Brothers:

Track listing
1. Bus Stop
2. I Can't Win Pt. 2
3. My Lover
4. Sleepwalkin' Again
5. Tellin' Stories
6. Sunday 12am
7. One Way Blues
8. Raw Dawggin' Again
9. Judgement Day
10. Pins In My Doll
11. No You Didn't
12. Crazy
13. Sack O' Locks


Now, the influences listed on their myspace, are pretty dead on; and I find myself finding this more and more odd how essential myspace has been to the music world because without this myspace, this tiny page of information found through google search [google=internet god], a random, bumbling stranger would have no look into this wonderful wonderful band. This album sounds like Minutemen started making more songs that were like "Corona" but even more awesome, then listened to a load of Archie Bell and The Drells, and then hosted a bonfire party, where everyone got high and slowed down, then sped up, then slowed some more, then finally mellowed the hell out. It's a party where you wake up the next day and go: shit, that was an awesome party.
It's also pretty surprising to me that their album can be bought for a measly dollar on ebay. For shame!

<3 for Chapel Hill, North Carolina, she who nuture our soft, and harvest our strong.


Girls With Guitars

You can never go wrong with girls or guitars. Find them together in this comp.

Girls With Guitars

Rock+Stegosaurus+Tokyo= Godzilla?

hey, it's someone newww.
I'm gonna be posting alongside Jon, and I know he's got the garagepunkrock thing going on, which I am also all about, but my goal here will be to overlap him in a way, because there are not many reccomendations I can make in that genre that Jon would not already have covered well. I promise everything I like is enjoyable (feel free to add me). I'll try to use mediafire everytime, but I run into uploading problems with them a lot. So begins the dawn of THE SUPER BLOG, and although we're not going to overtake and destroy Tokyo, we're still going to have quite a bit of fun while... drinking tea? surfing the interweb? listening to music on 'the iPod'? meh, do whatever. My goal will always be to post something you most likely have not heard yet. fair enough?

I know I started out this post with the exicitement and possibility of some great J-rock artists-- but i did not intend to globe-trot quite that far. Instead, here are three great European artists, all mainly pop rock:


It's Never Been Like That

This is actually the most Phoenix has ever leaned toward 'pop rock', you might have heard tracks from their previous releases many a-time in movies "Run Run Run", or maybe "Too Young". A favorite of mine, "Love For Granted" from the album Alphabetical was played recently on HBO's Tell Me You Love Me, my new favorite television show, and whoever selects the songs for those episodes is a total genius. But this album was a big step up for a band usually associated with acts like Air and Daft Punk: "In fact, it takes until the fourth song, "Long Distance Call," for anything resembling a dancefloor beat to appear, and when it does it feels like an epilogue to the wonderful "If I Ever Feel Better" off the group's debut record. The band has definitely learned a thing or two through its evolution, placing more of an emphasis on guitar than before (Laurent Brancowitz and Christian Mazzalai sound as if they've been in the woodshed studying the chops of Johnny Marr and the twin-guitar attack of the Strokes' last few records)"- AMG

I could not find their recent performance at a new york city urban outfitters hosted by Nylon magazine (for free!!), but i did find this video, and it's somewhat funny.
don't get too harsh over the lip syncing-- theyre cute, alright? The backstory on this band is that they officially formed after a gig by The Libertines, where three of the chicks met their bassist. They have songs in both French and English, and sing without being snobbish in either regard. the album is definitely a 'grower'.



They Think They Are The Robocop Kraus

I agree with this description fully, so that's what im gonna go with: "The eclectic post-punk-inspired sound of the Robocop Kraus features Thomas Lang (vocals/guitar), Matthias Wendl (guitar), Tobias Helmlinger (bass), Markus Steckert (organ/keyboards), and Hans Christian Fuss (drums). The indie rock quintet is a cross between the arty, angular structure of Gang of Four and Echo & the Bunnymen and the new-millennium dance wave à la Bloc Party and Art Brut."- AMG
80s style pop punk dance funk to the nth degree. They have been a band for what seems a long time, but I first discovered the Robocop Kraus at a show where they opened for Art Brut and Gil Mantera's Party Dream, which I can honestly admit was the best show I have ever been to in my life. Weeks later I ran across the "You Don't Have to Shout" music video On Demand, and recalled the night Thomas Lang dashed into the crowd time and time again to dance with us (he dances exactly the same as he does in that music video), and when he hugged you (i had the pleasure of experiencing this also), you felt really good and happy not just about being there, or seeing that band, but happy about music and loving it. Before I get completely corny over it, grab the album.

And if you have any news of this band from 2007, other than the album they've been attempting to release for three years, call me!

EDIT-- found it! if anyone really likes them, i can up that too


Black & White

Found this a while back, probably blogged to death my now but putting it up anyways. Havnt heard it all the way through, but from what I did hear, they arnt the same band they used to be.

The Hives - The Black and White Album


Scream Loud!!

The cover pretty much says it all. Every great 60s garage band from Michigan is on here, The Quests, The Jujus, Tonto & The Renegades, Aardvarks, The Jades and so on and so on....

Disc I
Disc II



a little early maybe, but these are my picks for best albums of the year

The Black Lips, people thought that their move to Vice would make them sellout and play hipster indie music, lucky for us they didnt. Though the sound isnt as trashie as their other albums it's still a decent album with some of their best songs.

From the first time I heard this album I knew it was the best of the year. King Khan is amazing! We all know his work with King Khan & BBQ Show, from the split album with the Dirtbombs to his early work with bands like Les Sexareenos and Spaceshits, but this time around I believe he surpassed them all. Well KK & BBQ are pretty damn good, but this if fucken amazing.

King Khan & His Shrines - What Is?


Outta Here

The Gories - Outta Here
from the band that really got me into garage rock The Gories their 3rd and sadly their last LP...

The Gories - Outta Here


Exitos A Go Go

well I dont have too much time to update this anymore because of school and shit, but Ive been trying once a week for all those that still come here and visit. so enjoy.

Well I decided to go back to my Latin American roots and upload, Exitos A Go Go part 3 of the Planetary Pebbles 3 Volumes. (if anyone has the other 2 could you please share) So this volume focuses on Latin American garage bands from Mexico to Argentina. Such an amazing comp I recommend it to anyone even if you dont speak spanish. It includes a lot of forgotten bands from south of the border.

1 Los Sicodelicos - Solo Tu Nombre Puede Cortar Las Flores
2 La Tropa Loca - El Fanatico
3 Los Canarios - 3-2-1-ah!
4 Ruben Y Sus Emociones - Mari Y Juana
5 Los Naufragos - Hippies Y Todo El Circo
6 Los Hitters - El Ovni
7 Los In Mi - Pequeno Libro Rojo
8 Los Shakers - Don't Ask me Love
9 Los Romancieros - El Bueno, El Mayo & El Feo (The Good, The Bad & The Ugly)
10 Con's Combo - Vas A Perder Su Amor
11 Los Walkers - El Principe Gaetano Del Monte
12 Los Temerarios - Tema De Los Temerarios
13 Los Hooligans - Que Flojera
14 Los Creyentes De B.C. - Yo Necesito Que Vueivas
15 Los In - El Afro Esta Aqui
16 Los Walkers - Mujueres Perdidas

Exitos A Go Go


Blood Visions

Jay Reatard has been making albums for about 9 years and only now is he recieveing the credit and attention he deserves.

"Solo debuts aren’t supposed to be this good."-Dusted Mag

Jay Reatard - Blood Visions

re-up 2-21-08



ESG's DIY tracks have a raw, unfinished feel--echo-drenched vocals buried deep in the mix, jagged hen-scratch guitar, taut bass lines as infectious as mononucleosis, and reverberating layers of percussion... The group's 1981 debut single, "Moody"... is one of the funkiest songs ever recorded. - Spin

ESG remain a no-wave New York group unlike any other. - NewMusicExpress

For those who dont know, their song "Me Love For You" was covered by The Dirtbombs. While they remain relativly unknown to most people their music has been sampled by countless other artists.

ESG - A South Bronx Story


Rock Animals

saw these girls up on a bunch of sites but didnt see this album up. enjoy

Shonen Knife - Rock Animals



The final BFTG volume.
Vol. 8

1. Groop - Alright!
2. The Benders - Can't Tame Me
3. Adrian Lloyd - Lorna
4. The Niteriders - With Friends Like You, Who Needs Friends
5. The Chancellors - On Tour
6. The Pseudos - A Long Way To Nowhere
7. The Bojax - Go Ahead And Go
8. The Wyld - Goin' Places
9. Elite U.F.O - Now Who's Good Enough
10. Painted Ship - And She Said Yes
11. Merlynn Tree - Look In Your Mirror
12. Dave Myers & The Disciples - C'mon Love
13. Pulsating Heartbeats - Talkin' About You
14. The Cindells - Don't Bring Me Down
15. James T & The Workers - That Is All
16. Outspoken Blues - Not Right Now
17. Painted Ship - I Told Those Little White Lies
18. Piece Kor - All I Want Is My Baby

Back From The Grave Vol. 8 (1)

1. The Cavedwellers - Run Around
2. The Village Outcast - The Girl I Used To Love
3. New Fugitives - That's Queer
4. The Dave Starky Five - Hey Everybody
5. The Tikis - We're On The Move
6. The Amberjacks - Hey Eriq!
7. The Nightcrawlers - Want Me
8. The Dagenites - I Don't Want To Try It Again
9. The Dogs - Don't Try And Help Me
10. The Dry Grins - She's A Drag
11. New Fugitives - She's My Baby
12. Merlynn Tree - How To Win Friends
13. Just Too Much - She Gives Me Time
14. Satan's Chyldren - Don't Go
15. The Ascendors - I Won't Be Home
16. The Ravenz - Just Like I Want Her
17. The Dark Horsemen - You Lied
18. Sonics Inc. - Diddy Wah Diddy

Back From The Grave Vol. 8 (2)



the 1st of the 2 double LP volumes
vol. 7

1. The Syndicate - The Egyptian Thing
2. The Tombstones - I Want You
3. The Moguls - Another Day
4. The Puddin' Heads - Now You Say We're Through
5. Jim Whelan & The Beau Havens - Elizabeth
6. The Worlocks - I Love You
7. The Hush Puppies - Look For Another Love
8. The Bugs - Slide
9. The Gentrys - Wild
10. The Syndicate - My Baby's Barefoot
11. The Bends - It's All The Same To You
12. The Hush Puppies - Hey Stop Messin' Around
13. The Cliques - So Hard
14. The Heathens - The Other Way Around
15. Beep Beep & The Road Runners - True Love Knows
16. The Snails - Snails Love Theme

Back From The Grave Vol. 7 (1)

1. The Mustangs - That's For Sure
2. The Tyme - Land Of 1000 Dances
3. The Noblemen - Short Time
4. The Invasion - Do You Like What You See
5. The Travel Agency - Jailbait
6. The Ron-De-Voos - The Maid
7. It's Us - Don't Wan't Your Lovin'
8. The Moguls - Ski Bum
9. The Spiders - Don't Blow Your Mind
10. The Grifs - Keep Dreamin'
11. The Spiders - Don't Blow Your Mind
12. The Retreds - Black Mona Lisa
13. Mike's Messengers - Gone And Left Me
14. The Mystic 5 - Are Your For Real, Girl
15. The Cavaliers - 7 Days Of Crying
16. The Hides - Don't Be Difficult
17. Ty Wagner - Slander

Back From The Grave Vol. 7 (2)



Vol. 5

1. The Humans - Warning
2. The Warlords - Real Fine Lady
3. The Vestells - Illusions
4. The Illusions - City Of People
5. The Jaguars - It's Gonna Be Alright
6. The Few - Escape
7. The Tikis - Show Your Love
8. The Keggs - To Find Out
9. The Jesters of Newport - Stormy
10. The Henchmen - Livin'
11. The Tigermen - Close That Door
12. The Aztex - The Little Streets In This Town
13. The Hatfields - The Kid From Cincy
14. The Nobles - Something Else
15. The Centrees - She's Good For Me
16. The Rising Tides - Take The World As It Comes

Back From The Grave Vol.5




1. The Chentelles - Be My Queen
2. Little Willie & The Adolescents - Get Out Of My Life
3. Ken & The Fourth Dimension - See If I Care
4. Me & Them Guys - I Loved Her So
5. The Interns - I've Got Something To Say
6. The Intruders Five - Ain't Commin' Back
7. The Monacles - I Can't Win
8. The Lil' Boys Blue - I'm Not There
9. Jerry & The Others - Don't Cry To Me
10. The Fugitives - You Can't Blame That On Me
11. The Raunch Hands - Tiger Guitars
12. Willie The Wild One - Willie The Wild One
13. Murphy & The Mob - Born Loser
14. The Mods - You Got Another Thing Commin'
15. Sir Winston & The Commons
16. The Royal Flairs - Suicide
17.The Montells - You Can't Make Me

Back From The Grave Vol. 3



Vol. 1

1. The One Way Streets - We All Love Peanut Butter
2. The Alarm Clocks - Yeah
3. The Alarm Clocks - No Reason To Complain
4. The Fabs - That's The Bag I'm In
5. The Jujus - Do You Understand Me
6. The Malibus - Cry
7. The Legends - I'll Come Again
8. The Bel-Aires - Ya Ha Be Be
9. Larry & The Blue Notes - Night Of The Phantom
10. The Rats - Rat's Revenge pt. 1
11. The Rats - Rat's Revenge pt. 2
12. The One Way Streets - Jack The Ripper
13. The Swamp Rats - Psycho
14. The Cords - Ghost Power
15. The Elite - My Confusion
16. Unknown - The Witch

Back From The Grave Vol. 1



Vol. 2

1. The Lyrics - They Can't Hurt Me
2. The Canadian Rogues - Keep In Touch
3. The Unrelated Segments - Cry Cry Cry.
4. The Outsiders - She's Comming On Stronger
5. Roy Junior - Victim Of Circumstances
6. The Mods - Satisfaction
7. The Hatfields - Yes I Do
8. Reasons Why - All I Really Need Is Love
9. The Outsiders - Summertimes Blues
10. The Banshees - They Prefer Blondes
11. The Triumphs - Surfside Date
12. Ralph Nielsen & The Chancellors - Scream
13. The Novas - The Crusher
14. The Mystics - Snoopy
15. The Brigands - (Would I Still Be) Her Big Man
16. The Children of Darkness - She's Mine

Back From The Grave Vol. 2



vol 4 has some of the best tracks in the entire series. but its pointless to compare this compilation series its just too good.

1. The Tramrons - Wild Man
2. The Cyclones - She's No Good
3. The Fabs - Dinah Wants Religion
4. Red Beard & The Pirates - Go On, Leave
5. The Hallmarks - I Know Why
6. The Sonics - Santa Claus
7. Rocky & The Riddlers - Flash & Crash
8. Tonto & The Renegades - Little Boy Blue
9. The Bottomless Pit - 13 Stories High
10. The Aztex - I Said Move
11. The Nomads - Be Nice
12. Bunker Hill - The Girl Can't Dance
13. The Sloths - Makin' Love
14. The Wyld - Fly By Nighter
15. The Vectors - What In The World
16. The Huns - Shakedown
17. Larry & The Blue Notes - Night Of The Sadist

Back From The Grave Vol. 4



My favorite volume from the greatest 60s garage compilation series.

1. The Shames - My World Is Upside Down
2. Long John & The Silvermen - Heart Filled With Love
3. The Keggs - Girl
4. The Beaux Jens -She Was Mine
5. The Shames - Special Ones
6. The Savoys - Can It Be
7. The Ascots - So Good
8. The Barracudas - Baby Get Lost
9. The Golden Catalinas - Varsity Club Song
10. Billy & The Kids - Say You Love Me
11. The Shandels - Carolina
12. The Shandels - Mary Mary
13. The Abandoned - Come On Mary
14. The Treytones - Nonymous
15. The Bryds - Your Lies
16. The Werps - Love's A Fire
17. The Trojans of Evol - Through The Night

Back From The Grave Vol. 6


New Bomb Turks

Most garagepunk fans have heard of these guys. But for those that havent heres and introduction to their music...

Destroy-Oh-Boy! is the kind of full-on flamethrower album that could make the most jaded cynic believe once again in the curative powers of punk rock. On this set, the New Bomb Turks combine 1950s and 1960s roots rock at it's rawest, '70s punk at it's snottiest, and '80s hardcore at it's most intense. Then they filter out what's lame, put the good stuff together, and send it down the track at 150 miles per hour. The results are wild, frantic, and thoroughly enjoyable; Jim Weber's fuzzy guitar communicates nearly as much through the power of downstroke as Johnny Ramone himself, bassist Matt Reber, and drummer Bill Randt push the horsepower into the red with a fury that is a wonder to behold, and Eric Davidson proves he's one of the great frontmen of 90s punk: smart, funny, wise-ass when he wants to be, and possessing a genuine sense of purpose. From the moment they crash into "Born Toulouse-Lautrec," the New Bomb Turks grab your ears and won't let go, and you won't mind a bit. Points added for a great garage-style cover of Wire's "Mr. Suit."-amg

The New Bomb Turks - Destroy-Oh-Boy!

The New Bomb Turks' debut album, Destroy-Oh-Boy!, made clear they were the Midwest's great new hope for old-school punk rock, and on their follow-up, Information Highway Revisited, they didn't change their tune much — they just got better at it. Recorded on a lavish four-day schedule, Information Highway Revisited sounds marginally more polished than Destroy-Oh-Boy!, but it's more a matter of cleaner engineering than any attempt to impose a slick production on this band; the higher-quality audio allows one to hear more of the band's nooks and crannies, and it turns out they're worth hearing, especially in Jim Weber's guitar and Eric Davidson's vocals. The songs show the Turks can pack a lot of variety into their supercharged three-chord ravers, with undercurrents of Rolling Stones-style R&B and Sonics-esque garage thunder lurking clearly beneath the surface.-amg

The New Bomb Turks - Information Highway Revisted


In Mass Mind

I recommend this album to any music fan those who like garage, soul, indie, punk, funk, gospel you name it this band will appeal to everyone. Check out other albums by them, they are such an amazing band. The music speaks for itself there was no review out there that came close to describing their music.

The Make-Up - In Mass Mind


Dead Milkmen

From Philadelphia, PA 80s punk band The Dead Milkmen.

It may not be deathless, but 1984's Big Lizard in My Backyard is that rarest of beasts a collection of rock & roll silliness that outlives one playing. That mid-'80s favorite "Bitchin' Camaro" already demonstrated that ability plenty of times over. Portraying two guys yammering about Doors cover bands and "going down to the shore" before finally getting to the main point — the way-cool car of the title — it somehow finds the lost gap between pseudo-jazz grooves and punky snottiness. As left field a fluke hit single as it gets, its mix of bad taste, rock-star mockery and stoner humor still works well. As a whole, the album shows that the Milkmen know their rock & roll history, whether tackling serious issues with sarcasm or just aiming for straight-up silliness - amg

The Dead Milkmen - Big Lizard In My Backyard

A step up from the good but not great Eat Your Paisley (2nd album), Bucky Fellini begins with a parody of the bandmember introductions from Sweet's "Ballroom Blitz" and raises another fun and funny stink. The most entertaining and ridiculous thing the band ever did takes deserved center stage — "Instant Club Hit (You'll Dance to Anything)." Consisting of drum machine fills, intentionally basic basslines and Rodney Anonymous' instantly recognizable sneer, it's a hilarious, all-too-knowing rip on '80s new wave / dance culture. With lines like "Oh, baby, look at you, don't you look like Siouxsie Sioux" and "'I met Andy Warhol at a really chic party/Blow it out your hair, dude, cuz you work at Hardee's!" it's hilarity personified (and bizarrely enough won them an appearance on an MTV dance show, where they encouraged a bout of stage diving). Nothing equals that song's sublime satire, but the Milkmen still stir things up with a touch more fire and sass than before. - amg

The Dead Milkmen - Bucky Fellini

Singer guitarist Joe Jack Talcum now plays with The Low Budgets, check them out if you're ever in the city or if they play in your town.