Monday, July 27, 2009


The meteors ,rock n roll rockabilly some punk some country especially cash hard and strong classical ie beathoven wagner ,carl orf not pussy stuff .....some opera ,flamenco and mariachi" but not spelling " It Is Extremlyimportant to realise non of my music is was or ever will be politicly motivated fuck that shit .

.rock 'n' roll 4 vs. 1 mix
.f word
.poison heart
.snake eyed girl
.hangman's daughter
.agarrando la guitarra del el diablo
.3 minutes to dead time
.funnel of love
.not fuckin' around
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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

THE CINCH: [2002] The Cinch [EP][dirtnap]

.once a week
.got to
.talk & talk
.french maid
.she cracked

**The Cinch: Kathy Dube (vocals, guitar); Jennifer Smyth (vocals, percussion); Mark Epp
(guitar); Matthew Lyons (piano, bass guitar, guiro); Geoff Thompson (bass guitar); CC Rose (drums). CD UNIVERSE
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THE PULSES: [2002] The Pulses [dirtnap]

1995. Prior to summer break at the sleepy Upstate New York University at New Paltz, The Pulses form in Jesse and Hassan's dorm room. Dave Ramm and Lawrence Gallagher are present. Jesse spends the summer writing songs and practicing singing while standing and playing in his mother's guest room. Dave sends him a mixtape with some drum fills of his own on it. That fall they begin practicing with Lawrence borrowing James Degrassi's bass amp and Jesse singing through Chris Tanis's guitar amp. The line-up is : Jesse on rhythm guitar and vocals, Hassan Jules Basagic IV on lead guitar, Lawrence Gallagher on bass, and David Detlif Ramm on Drums.
They practice in the basement of the large house that Jesse, Hassan, Dave and Chris Tanis live in with three other dudes right off the Main Street of New Paltz. They have their first show that Halloween at a Halloween party behind a beer distributor. Their song titles include: "Robot Jim", "I'm a Flying Pig", and a long two chord jam song called "Corona" where they are joined by Chris Tanis on his "freak out" machine, a little box that turns sine waves into audible sound.
1996. The Pulses continue to play around New Paltz, including entering into a local Battle of the Bands. Dave Ramm breaks his bass drum pedal at this said Battle, and is not given a replacement. The Pulses did not win. In the summer, Hassan leaves town to go work at a National Park somewhere, and The Pulses play as a three piece for a couple of shows, including a barbeque with old people and babies where they are offered hot dogs as payment. They also take their first photo shoot. In the Fall, Hassan rejoins and all is back to normal. Jesse, Hassan, Dave Ramm and Chris Tanis move into the slums behind the local Beer Distributor, where the "biggest parties are had" and where also all of their parents would be disgusted to visit.
As soon as they move in, a Mexican family moves in and no parties are allowed, thus ruining any reason for living there. There are brief plans made at this point to record in New York City with Lawrence's friend James Murphy (who would later go on to be "famous" as that DFA guy) but these plans were scrapped because Hassan had to pick up his girlfriend at the airport that day. Songs around this time are called "Pacemaker", "Bitchmanji", and "Codeine".

.make the right choice
.move on
.you're still young
.beat some down
.cliqued on
.sister automatic
.metal man
.clone song
.go go machine
.urgent package CD UNIVERSE
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Friday, July 10, 2009

THE GLORYHOLES: [2002] Want A Divorce [dirtnap]

.try to get me
.solid gold maximum booty
.immune to you
.wide awake
.not this time
.green cat salad
.i won't
.pig fucker
.i'm tired, i'm tired
.Collision of Time, space and sound

**The Gloryholes: Doug White (vocals); Shelley Corwin, Chris Kenan (guitar, background vocals); Melanie Belanger (bass guitar, background vocals); Eric Fenner (drums). CD UNIVERSE
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THE BLACK LIPS: [2003] The Black Lips [bomp]

Atlanta garage rock maniacs Black Lips have achieved a level of notoriety that's allowed them to be seen on Conan O'Brien's show and year-end "best of" lists everywhere. Their debut, BLACK LIPS!, finds them in the cocoon but growing their rock-&-roll ... Full Descriptionwings. "Stone Cold" is a drunken zombie swamp blues, "Steps" manages to evoke the title with choppy guitar and a beat, and "Crazy Girl" plays up the fuzzy punk aspect of their sound. Though the Lips played in a retro pond, they never once sounded like an oldies act.
Stripped down & dirty punk rock & roll that will suffice for the perfect soundtrack to a whiskey filled night of mischief. Youthful & deep dyed garage rock taken to the next level! 13 tracks. Bomp Records. 2003.
Contains an untitled hidden track following " You're Dumb".
Joe (vocals, piano, organ, drums); Jared (vocals, bass).
Recorded at Mobik, Zero Return, Atlanta, Georgia and Radium Studios, Athens, Georgia.
Black Lips: Cole (voocals, guitar, samples); Ben (vocals, guitar)

.throw it away
.ain't no deal
.stone cold
.i've got a knife
.down and out
.sweet kin
.crazy girl
.everybody loves a cock sucker
.can't get me down
.you're dumb
.untitled CD UNIVERSE
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SHAM 69: [2005] The Punk Singles Collection [captain oi!]

First ever UK round up of every A and B side issued by these Punk legends from their glory days of of 1977-80. Includes all seven of their UK National Chart hits as well as many non LP B-sides. The booklet contains pictures of each single plus ... Full Descriptionmany rare overseas issues. If you only ever buy one Sham 69 CD then this is it!

.i don't wanna
.red london
.what have we got
.borstal breakout
.hey little rich boy
.angels with dirty faces
.the cockney kids are innocent
.if the kids are united
.sunday morning nightmare
.hurry up harry
.no entry
.questions and answers
.i gotta survive
.with a little help from my friends
.hersham boys (single version)
.you're a better man than i
.give a dog a bone
.tell the children
.unite and win
.i'm a man
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SHAM 69: [1995] Kings & Queens [dojo]

.action time vision (Alternative TV)
.i don't wanna
.ulster boy
.they don't understand
.tell us the truth
.borstal breakout
.family life
.kids are united
.hurry up harry
.reggae giro AMAZON
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LYRES: [1981] AHS1005 [ace of hearts]

.buried alive
.in motion
.high on yourself
.what a girl can't do
.help you ann
.i really want you right now
.ain't going nowhere
.100 cc's (pure thrust)
.she pay's the rent
.high on yourself
.what a girl can't do (II)
.buried alive
.in motion n/a
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LYRES: [1986] A Promise Is A Promise [ace of hearts]

A Promise Is a Promise combines old, new, studio, and live material -- both original and covers -- from Boston's legendary garage rock combo. Tracks one through 12 were recorded in New York City, tracks 13 through 15 were recorded live at VPRO in Holland (before a radio audience), and track 16 was recorded live in Rennes, France. Despite the crazy quilt impression, it all hangs together surprisingly well as the performances are universally tight and energetic. Interestingly, there are two versions, both live and studio, of "She's Got Eyes That Tell Lies" by Him & the Others (there is no duplication otherwise). Other notable covers: "You'll Never Do It Baby" (the Pretty Things), "Running Through the Night" (the Mystic Tide), "Jagged Time Lapse" (John's Children, Marc Bolan's pre-T-Rex outfit), "Touch" (the Bristols) with Wally Tax, and "Witch" (the Sonics). Also worth noting: Stiv Bators (the Dead Boys) guests on the opening track, "Here's a Heart." The original Ace of Hearts CD and cassette editions drop "We Sell Soul" (from Roky Erickson's pre-Thirteenth Floor Elevators group, the Spades) and add "Jezebel" (Frankie Laine), "Go-Go-Girl" (Bolan), "Help You Ann" (from On Fyre), "Don't Give It Up Now" (from Lyres Lyres), and "Cinderella" (the Sonics). "Help You Ann" and "Don't Give It Up Now" are the only live versions that don't quite work: the former sounds rushed -- maybe they were already tired of playing it by this point -- and the latter is marred by a homophobic comment (about AIDS) from lead singer/keyboard player, Jeff "Monoman" Conolly. Thankfully, he sticks to the original lyrics for most of the rest of the live material. A Promise Is a Promise isn't the best starting point for the Lyres neophyte, but, for those who already know and love On Fyre and Lyres Lyres, it's a worthy addition to their collection.
-- by Kathleen C. Fennessy, Allmusic Guide

.here's a heart with Stiv Bators
.on fyre
.every man for himself
.feel good
.i'll try you anyway
.worried about nothing
.running through the night
.she's got eyes that tell lies
.jagged time lapse
.knock my socks off
.sick and tired
.trying just to please you
.she pays the rent (live)
.she's got eyes that tell lies (live)
.touch -- wally tax and the lyres (Live holland)
.witch (live)
.we sell soul n/a
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BUZZCOCKS: [1979] Singles Going Steady [iris]

SINGLES GOING STEADY is a collection of the Buzzcocks' singles, including both A and B-sides.
The Buzzcocks emerged from Manchester's thriving punk enclave with a succession of startling pop singles. Tight melodies and highly memorable ... Full Descriptionhooklines were enveloped in a breathless group sound full of purpose and drive which contrasted with singer Pete Shelly's dispassionate, almost throwaway, delivery. These eight singles, both a-sides and flips, covered a variety of subject matter, from masturbation ('Orgasm Addict') to 1981 nuspeak ('Everybody's Happy Nowadays'), without recourse to obfuscation. Such seminal recordings have ensured the Buzzcocks' place in a lineage just a bit below the Kinks and the Smiths as one of the best purveyors of the 45 rpm.

** Recorded at Eden Studios and Abbey Road Studios, London, England; T.W. Studios, Fulham, England; Olympic Studios, Barnes, England; Strawberry Studios, Stockport, England.

** Buzzcocks: Pete Shelley (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Steve Diggle (vocals, guitar); Steve Garvey, Garth Smith (bass); John Maher (drums).

.orgasm addict
.what do i get
.i don't mind
.love you more
.ever fallen in love
.everybody's happy nowadays
.harmony in my head
.what ever happened to
.oh shit!
.noise annoys
.just lust
.why can't i touch it
.something's gone wrong again CD UNIVERSE
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BLITZ: Voice of a Generation + Bonus Tracks

Opens perfectly with We Are The Boys and ends perfectly with Closedown, with everything else you'd want in the middle. The crowning glory of 1st generation Blitz, it's also the last release with the original line-up. Lots of new songs and some re-recorded older stuff that blows away the originals (ie. Nation On Fire).
High: Moscow, Voice Of A Generation, Propaganda, Criminal Damage, Scream, Escape, We Are The Boys, Escape, Nation On Fire
Low: 4Q, Vicious, T.O.? (but they aren't too bad either)

.we are the boys
.time bomb
.voice of a generation
.i don't need you
.criminal damage
.nation on fire
.your revolution
.nation on fire (carry on Oi! Lp Version)
.youth (carry on Oi! Lp Version)
.warriors (alternative version)
.criminal damage (demo) AMAZON
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LAMA: Eika Mikaan Muuttunut (New Link!!!)

Great pogo punk from Finland, this album is amazing..get your boots turn on the track "Paskaa" and kick some ass.. get it !!!

1 - Lepakko 4.2.82
2 - Totuus Loytyy Kaurapuurosta
3 - Bussi
4 - Raha
5 - Nimeton
6 - Ainoo Lajissaan
7 - Jeesukset
8 - Paskaa
9 - Anarko Marko
10 - Penisten Vapautusrintama
11 - Ajatuksen Loppu
12 - Mun Pelko
13 - Valiaikainen Barulho Recs.
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