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- 12/22/16--15:16: _What Do Ya Know? Mo...
- 12/22/16--15:35: _Lewdd's Punk Comps ...
- 12/22/16--15:49: _Studkid's great Chr...
- 12/23/16--12:12: _The Other Disc of L...
- 12/23/16--12:45: _Another of Lewdd's ...
- 12/23/16--12:55: _Another holiday sub...
- 12/24/16--15:06: _Torche
- 12/24/16--15:24: _Nina Rock
- 12/24/16--15:53: _Some Free Kitten we...
- 12/24/16--16:02: _Every Mothers Son
- 12/24/16--22:57: _A submission from M...
- 12/24/16--23:13: _Warfrat Tales.........
- 12/24/16--23:30: _Stomu Yamashata and...
- 12/24/16--23:50: _Yu Feng
- 12/25/16--00:04: _ill
- 12/26/16--12:05: _Fight the (Alleged)...
- 12/26/16--12:37: _Scott's Garage Fuzz...
- 12/27/16--16:53: _So, some post-punk ...
- 12/28/16--21:28: _Sorry for the incon...
- 12/28/16--21:47: _An MD Milner Submis...
- 12/22/16--15:16: What Do Ya Know? More Clash Boots
- 12/22/16--15:35: Lewdd's Punk Comps for the 2016 election/2017 inauguration
- 12/22/16--15:49: Studkid's great Christmas gift to everyone here
- 12/23/16--12:12: The Other Disc of Lewdd's Politics Collection
- 12/23/16--12:45: Another of Lewdd's fab punk projects
- 12/23/16--12:55: Another holiday submission
- "Frosty The Snowman"– 2:28 (Walter "Jack" Rollins, Steve Nelson)
- "Silver Bells"– 2:43 (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
- "Happy Holiday"– 2:04
- "Merry Christmas Baby"– 4:09 (Johnny Moore; Lou Baxter)
- "White Christmas"– 2:34 (Irving Berlin)
- "Here Comes Santa Claus"– 2:02 (Gene Autry, Oakley Haldeman)
- "God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen"– 2:58 (Traditional)
- "Santa Claus Is Back In Town"– 3:22 (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller)
- "Let It Snow"– 2:29 (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
- "Winter Wonderland"– 2:21 (Felix Bernard, Richard B. Smith)
- "Run Rudolph Run"– 3:03 (Johnny Marks, Marvin Brodie)
- "Blue Christmas"– 2:28 (Bill Hayes; Jay Johnson)
- "Jingle Bell Rock"– 2:04 (Jim Boothe; Joe Beal)
- "Christmas Love"– 4:01
- "O Christmas Tree"– 4:33 (Melchior Franck)
- "Silent Night"– 2:19 (Franz Xaver Gruber, Joseph Mohr)
- "Auld Lang Syne"– 1:21 (Robert Burns)
- 12/24/16--15:06: Torche
- "Letting Go"– 2:03
- "Kicking"– 2:35
- "Walk it Off"– 1:25
- "Reverse Inverted"– 3:50
- "In Pieces"– 3:09
- "Snakes Are Charmed"– 3:14
- "Sky Trials"– 1:18
- "Roaming"– 3:20
- "Skin Moth"– 3:18
- "Kiss Me Dudely"– 1:48
- "Solitary Traveler"– 2:48
- "Harmonicraft"– 3:15
- "Looking On"– 6:40
- 12/24/16--15:24: Nina Rock
- 12/24/16--15:53: Some Free Kitten we forgot last time
- 12/24/16--16:02: Every Mothers Son
- 12/24/16--22:57: A submission from MD Milner, New Years Eve kinda stuff
- 12/24/16--23:13: Warfrat Tales......recommended......
- 12/24/16--23:30: Stomu Yamashata and John Phillips
- Poker Dice by Stomu Yamash'ta
- Blueberry Hill (Single Version) by Gordon Jenkins Orchestra And Choir and Louis Armstrong
- Jazz II by John Phillips
- The Planets, Op. 32 Venus, The Bringer Of Peace by Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and George Hurst
- Boys From The South by John Phillips
- 33 1/3 by Stomu Yamash'ta
- Rhumba Boogie by John Phillips
- Try To Remember by The The Kingston Trio
- Mandala by Stomu Yamash'ta
- America by John Phillips
- Wind Words by Stomu Yamash'ta
- Jazz by John Phillips
- One Way by Stomu Yamash'ta
- Space Capsule by John Phillips
- Bluegrass Breakdown by John Phillips
- Desert Shack by John Phillips
- Memory Of Hiroshima by Stomu Yamash'ta
- Window by John Phillips
- Alberto by John Phillips
- The Planets, Op. 32 Mars, The Bringer Of War (Excerpt) by Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and George Hurst
- Liar, Liar by John Phillips
- Hello Mary Lou by John Phillips
- Silent Night by Queen's Hall Light Orchestra & Robert Farnon
- Love Is Coming Back by Genevieve Waite and John Phillips
- The Man Who Fell To Earth (Demo) by John Phillips
- 12/24/16--23:50: Yu Feng
- 12/25/16--00:04: ill
- 12/26/16--12:05: Fight the (Alleged) Power
- 12/26/16--12:37: Scott's Garage Fuzz Blow-out Part 19
- 12/27/16--16:53: So, some post-punk Christmas
- 12/28/16--21:28: Sorry for the inconvenience let's streamline this a bit again
- 12/28/16--21:47: An MD Milner Submission
Another batch from Lewdd's deep bootleg stash, as always, be advised that the sound quality on these may
vary greatly......he archives all shows, as we've discussed before.....we're up to 1981 with the Clash now, likely some of these have a sameness to them......but it IS The Clash. We make allowances for some.
BARCELONA 4/27/81-01 London Calling/02 Safe European Home/03 This is Radio Clash/04 Train In Vain/05 Washington Bullets/06 The Leader/07 Ivan Meets GI Joe/08 White Man In Hammersmith Palais/09 Clampdown/10 Guns of Brixton/11 Lightning Strikes/12 Corner Soul/13 Bankrobber/14 Somebody Got Murdered/15 Magnificent Seven/16 One More Time/17 Spanish Bombs/18 Brand New Cadillac/19 Street Parade/20 Charlie Don't Surf/21 Janie Jones/22 London's Burning/23 White Riot/24 Armagideon Time/25 Let's Go Crazy
MOGADOR PARIS 9/26/81-01 Broadway/02 One More Time/03 This is Radio Clash/04 Know Your Rights/05 Guns of Brixton/06 Charlie Don't Surf/07 Magnificent Seven/08 Train In Vain/09 Ivan Meets GI Joe/10 Clash City Rockers/11 Koka Kola/12 Bankrobber/13 The Leader/14 Washington Bullets/15 Ghetto Defendant/16 Grafitti Rap/17 Should I Stay Or Should I Go/18 I Fought the Law/19 Clampdown/20 Somebody Got Murdered/21 London Calling/22 Police & Thieves/23 Safe European Home/24 Jimmy Jazz/25 Janie Jones/26 White Riot
MOGADOR PARIS-UP AND AT EM-9/30/81-01 Somebody Got Murdered/02 This is Radio Clash/03 Know Your Rights/04 The Escapades of Futura 2000/05 Should I Stay Or Should I Go/06 Magnificent Seven/07 Ghetto Defendant/08 Overpowered By Funk/09 Inoculated City/10 Hit the Road Jack
LYCEUM LONDON-10/21/81 DISC 1-01 Walk On/Air Raid Sirens/02 Broadway/03 One More Time/04 Know Your Rights/05 Guns of Brixton/06 Train In Vain/07 White Man In Hammersmith Palais/08 Magnificent Seven/09 Wrong Em Boyo/10 Clash City Rockers/11 Koka Kola/12 Ivan Meets GI Joe
LYCEUM LONDON-10/21/81 DISC 2-01 Junco Partner/02 The Leader/03 I Fought the Law/04 Charlie
Don't Surf/05 Somebody Got Murdered/06 London Calling/07 Clampdown/08 This is Radio Clash/09 Career Opportunities/10 Armagideon Time/11 Julie's In the Drug Squad/12 Stay Free/13 Safe European Home/14 Police & Thieves/15 Should I Stay Or Should I Go/16 Grafitti Rap (Futura 2000)/17 Janie Jones/18 Brand New Cadillac/19 London's Burning/20 Complete Control
Lewdd follows up his recent "Middle Finger" comp with a comp of tunes flipping the finger to American
politics, always a move that few can argue with......this is a two disc creation, however, only one disc here as I can't locate a track list for the first disc......Lewdd, can you help out? If not, the second disc looks pretty damn good so we'll go ahead and post that one:
01 Ramones - Bonzo Goes to Bitburg
02 Chelsea - Right To Work
03 Chelsea - War Across the Nation
04 Sham 69 - If the Kids Are United
05 The Clash - White Riot
06 The Clash - Career Opportunities
07 UK Subs - Warhead
08 Angelic Upstarts - Two Million Voices
09 Anti-Nowhere League - World War III
10 Anti-Pasti - No Government
11 The Adicts - Viva La Revolution
12 Vice Squad - The Times They Are A Changin
13 DOA - World War 3
14 DOA - General Strike
15 DOA - Class War
16 DOA - Smash the State
17 Black Flag - Rise Above
18 Black Flag - I've Heard It Before
19 Circle Jerks - Question Authority
20 Descendents - Statue of Liberty
21 Descendents - 'Merican
22 Bad Religion - Let Them Eat War
23 ALL - Politics
24 Anti-Flag - You've Got To Die For the Government
25 Lars Frederiksen - To Have And To Have Not
26 NOFX - We Called It America
27 NOFX - Murder the Government
28 NOFX - The Separation of Church and Skate
29 Pennywise - God Save the USA
30 Pennywise - Fuck Authority
31 Bats Out! - Fuck Your Politics
Hopefully I can figure out the track listing for the other disc and get it to you tomorrow.....
(scott)-hey, this looks great, for the stoner fans (like ME).......just read below and see if these freebie
bandcamp links are of use to you.......works for me certainly......I haven't DL'd any of this yet, but I am certain to in the next hour.....Studkid is WAY hip to what makes good, obscure stoner rock, and trust his judgement.....there is likely some great shit here, I'll just attach his email for you to read......Merry Christmas from Stidkid!
Merry Christmas Scott and to all on this Blog.
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See yesterday's post, I didn't post this (technically, the FIRST disc, although I doubt it matters) as Lewdd
forgot to send a tracklist with it, I have it now (see below) but I want to say a thing or two about this disc....first of all, Naked Raygun.....an old fave of mine, gotta soon dig out their stuff and do the full post on them I've always meant to get too.....this also contains one of my VERY fave punk anthems, Fear's "Let's Have a War (So You Can All Die)".....certainly to the point, no? LOTS of great tracks here, and conceptually works great, as does the previous disc.....thanks for all you do, Lewdd, Merry Christmas to you and yours.....
00 Naked Raygun - Peacemaker (intro)
(scott) Lewdd works overtime to bring us yet another punk project, I have not listened yet, but this is a fab
idea.....it's a complex concept, so I will let him explain it, but it sounds like a great collection.....would be GREAT if more of you fine folks created similar projects, even repeated THIS one with YOUR fave tracks....anyways, this should be great, and again thanks to Lewdd.....he's been a submission monster of late, trust me, as I have a bunch more stuff he's sent me, waiting for the right time to post them, including concert boots from Buddy Guy, and from The Specials......look for those efforts soon, as well as a recreation of the Sex Pistols 1977 (40th anniversary) tour, you'll have to wait and see on that one!
(Lewdd)-I took the list of albums that the magazine Vive Le Rock published and picked my favorite song from each album. In several cases, it probably was not the song that was the most popular. I know you like New Wave type bands so figured you may like this. I would say that I had never listened to a large portion of this list before this weekend. There is some good stuff on some of these albums. On some, I struggled to pick one song to put on here, but had been set in my mind that I had to pick one from every album on the list. Post this if you so desire. Track listings for each CD mix are included as is the list of the 50 albums.
Vive Le Rock 50 Greatest New Wave Albums (Disc 1)
01 The Modern Lovers - I Wanna Sleep in Your Arms
02 Ian Dury and the Blockheads - Blackmail Man
03 Mink DeVille - Gunslinger
04 Boomtown Rats - Lookin' After No. 1
05 Plastic Bertrand - Pogo Pogo
06 Ultravox - RockWrok
07 The Only Ones - Another Girl Another Planet
08 The Flys - Can I Crash Here?
09 Lene Lovich - I Think We're Alone Now
10 The Cars - Just What I Needed
11 The Police - Next to You
12 Nick Lowe - So It Goes
13 Devo - Uncontrollable Urge
15 Wreckless Eric - Whole Wide World
16 Blondie - Parallel Lines
17 Motors - You Beat the Hell Outta Me
18 The Rich Kids - Young Girls
19 The B-52's - 6060-842
20 The Yachts - Easy to Please
21 The Knack - Good Girls Don't
22 Joe Jackson - I'm the Man
23 The Motels - Kix
24 Undertones - Male Model
25 The Flying Lizards - Money (That's What I Want)
26 XTC - Outside World
Vive Le Rock 50 Greatest New Wave Albums (Disc 2)
01 Squeeze - Slightly Drunk
02 Skids - Sweet Suburbia
03 The Pretenders - Tattooed Love Boys
04 Doll By Doll - Gypsy Blood
05 Elvis Costello and the Attractions - What's So Funny Bout Peace Love and Understanding
06 Tubeway Army - You Are in My Vision
07 Photos - All I Want
08 Graham Parker and the Rumour - Endless Night
09 Iggy Pop - Soldier
10 Monochrome Set - Love Goes Down the Drain
11 MoDettes - Norman (He's No Rebel)
13 Icehouse - Skin
14 The Piranhas - Tension
15 The Vapors - Trains
16 Distractions - Waiting for Lorraine
17 Romantics - What I Like About You
18 Revillos - Yeah Yeah
19 Bow Wow Wow - (I'm A) TV Savage
20 The Go-Go's - Can't Stop the World
21 Altered Images - Happy Birthday
22 Holly and the Italians - I Wanna Go Home
23 The db's - I'm in Love
24 Wall of Voodoo - Mexican Radio
Here is the list of the 50 albums that were used to create this comp:
01 Blondie - Parallel Lines (1978)
02 Devo - Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo (1978)
03 Elvis Costello and the Attractions - Armed Forces (1979)
04 The Police - Outlandos D’Amour (1978)
05 The Only Ones - The Only Ones (1978)
06 The Romantics - The Romantics (1980)
07 The Go-Go’s - Beauty and The Beat (1981)
08 Tubeway Army - Replicas (1979)
09 Ultravox! - Ha!-Ha!-Ha! (1977)
10 Graham Parker & the Rumour - The Up Escalator (1980)
11 The Cars - The Cars (1978)
12 Holly and the Italians - The Right To Be Italian (1981)
13 The Photos - The Photos (1980)
14 Lene Lovich - Stateless (1978)
15 Doll By Doll - Gypsy Blood (1979)
16 Skids - Scared To Dance (1979)
17 XTC - Drums and Wires (1979)
18 Mink Deville - Cabretta (1977)
19 The Modern Lovers - The Modern Lovers (1976)
20 Icehouse - Icehouse (1980)
21 The Undertones - The Undertones (1979)
22 Plastic Bertrand - Ani (1977)
23 The Revillos - Rev Up (1980)
24 The Motors - Approved By The Motors (1978)
25 Iggy Pop - Soldier (1980)
26 Boomtown Rats - Boomtown Rats (1977)
27 The Flys - Love and a Molotov Cocktail (1978)
28 The Vapors - New Clear Days (1980)
29 Talking Heads - Remain in Light (1980)
30 The Knack - Get the Knack (1979)
31 Monochrome Set - Strange Boutique (1980)
33 Rich Kids - Ghosts of Princes in Towers (1978)
34 Nick Lowe - Jesus of Cool (1978)
35 Tom Robinson Band - Power in the Darkness (1978)
36 Mo-Dettes - The Story So Far (1980)
37 B-52’s - B-52’s (1979)
38 Bow Wow Wow - See Jungle…(1981)
39 Joe Jackson - I’m the Man (1979)
40 The Motels - Motels (1979)
41 Wall of Voodoo - Call of the West (1982)
42 Squeeze - Cool for Cats (1979)
43 The Distractions - Nobody’s Perfect (1980)
44 The Flying Lizards - The Flying Lizards (1979)
45 Wreckless Eric - Wreckless Eric (1978)
46 The Piranhas - The Piranhas (1980)
47 Altered Images - Happy Birthday (1981)
48 The DB’s - Stands for Decibels (1981)
49 Ian Dury and the Blockheads - New Boots and Panties (1977)
50 The Yachts - The Yachts (1979)
(scott)-I can't imagine what this sounds like (haven't listened yet), but in my sadistic state of mind, I have to do this, and, hell, maybe it's good.....Billy Idol, of all people, released this "Happy Holidays" collection on 2006...I must have missed this one, that's all I can say, but this was submitted by John N, for which I thank him, and, hell, like I said, maybe it's great......also, unless anyone has a last-minute Christmas comp to send me (that would be great), I think this is the last of the Christmas stuff I have for ya this year......but for now, groove to Billy Idol (can't stop laughing, to be honest) sing "Frosty the Snowman" and other standards.....life takes some strange twists at time.....
Was looking around for something else and happened up on this, 2012's "Harmonicraft" from Torche.....Torche being a fairly accomplished Miami Florida stoner rock crew.......they've released a handful of other albums, but I think this is the only one I have heard before....This is album #3 from the guys, best as I can determine, and pretty decent stoner rock, with some mainline-metal leanings.....Torche are guitarists/vocalists Steve Brooks and Andrew Elstner, John Nunez on bass, synth, guitar, and drummer Rick Smith......all the songs go hard, even a couple of maybe unnecessary instrumentals (you know how instrumental stoner rock can be).......however, the speedy "Walk It Off" and maybe the album's best track, the somewhat sludgy "Reverse Inverted", among others, show that these guys can play with the big boys.......
As you know I love my stoner rock......no classic, but yet another that fellow lovers of the genre might sample.
OK, I know not a thing about this bunch, not a clue.....I surmise they are Japanese as their song titles are all replicated in that language, but other than that, they don't really turn up on the internet, unless YOU can tell me something about them.....but when did a little lack of knowledge ever stop me? This is a five track demo, sent to me a while back by a long ago forgotten submitter (If it was you step forward and take credit)......there is some fair riff-rock here, a blend of English and Japanese vocals......listenable for certain, and I'd like more info if anyone has any to share.......otherwise, this short CD is all I know of this band.
DEMO-01 (Japanese characters that my computer won't replicate)/02 Kick out Rock/03 Royal Works Mix (perhaps the best thing here)/04 Kick Out Rock (Instrumental, it SAYS, but I sure hear vocals)/05 ( Same as track #1, also allegedly an instrumental version, sure do hear vocals on there, too, so whatever)......hey impress your friends with your knowledge of unknown rock bands!
I dunno if the logo I used for a picture here has ANYTHING to do with the band in question here.....I'll just assume it DOES for the purposes of putting SOMETHING up there.
I had to go back and check, last time we posted Free Kitten (during the period of Sonic Youth domination
of the blog!), I did NOT post either the EP "Punks Suing Punks", nor the full length "Inherit"....if you liked the other Free Kitten stuff, this will work for you, if you hated it, well, frankly, it pretty much sounds like the other albums.....hey don't be a "hater" as the less-than-MENSA-level children say......I happen to like Free Kitten, so when I discovered that I had a couple of albums I had not shared, I jumped to attention......really, you'll like these, provided you like Free Kitten......otherwise, well........
PUNKS SUING PUNKS-01 Kitten Bossanova/02 Punk Vs Punk/03 Coco's Theme
Hope ya like these, Merry Christmas to all who venture here, for whatever reason. Even Dan.
This is a John N donation and a pretty good one, this is a pretty much forgotten (at least by ME) band, the
band is best known for their 1967 release, "Come on Down to My Boat"....they also released two full length LP's in their day, both of which are included on this single compilation. Good 60's pop/light psych, you might find this one worth your while.....thanks John N
COME ON DOWN-THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS-01 Come On Down To My Boat/02 I Won't/03 For Brandy/04 Didn't She Lie/05 What Became of Mary/06 Ain't It a Drag/07 Allison Dozer/08 I Believe In You/09 Ain't No Use/10 Sittin Here/11 Come On Queenie/12 Rainflowers/13 Another Day Another Song/14 Dolls In the Clock/15 I May Be Right/16 Only Child/17 I'd Rather Be Right Than Wrong/18 Sally/19 Pony With the Golden Mane/20 The Proper Four Leaf Clover/21 Put Your Mind at Ease/22 Larry's Birthday/23 No One Knows (mono 45 Version)
(scott)-Well, I haven't heard from MD in a little bit, he's always had a good stash of live recordings, and
today is no exception......with the way things have been around here of late with links disappearing as soon as I post them (unsure who is behind that).....SO, this band is big-time enough that I don't want to name them hoping to save the post/link for as long as possible.....BUT like I've told you fine folks before, when I say get this one or that one quickly, I have a REASON for saying so......so I have to play THESE games.....ok, this band is one of the greats, a UK effort, been around a LOOOOONG time, the leader impregnated Chrissie Hynde, automatically making him my idol, if you can't figure it out, sorry, you may have to try all day and all of the night to figure it out. Still haven't figured it? Well, you really got me........anyway this is a fab show from New Years Eve 1980......they seem to be in fine form, as they generally were on stage, so thanks to MD Milner.... and kids, while the heat is on, if this interests you, please act quickly.
Don't say I didn't warn ya, hopefully some of this nonsense will blow over soon, until then, I will advise you if acting quickly is your best option. In this case, yes......yes it is.
Hope everyone has a Merry Christmas, as it is now Christmas in MY time zone......and here I sit, typing on the blog......I know,I know, but my girl is at work, my son is out with one of his chicks, and I had to complete my weekly unemployment claim, so I might as well add a post or two to the blog.
As you know, I love doing this blog, I love all the great submissions I receive from others (such as THIS one).....going through a weird time right now, but we'll get it figured out. Main thing, if I say act quickly, and you don't, there isn't a thing I can do to help you. Sorry, but act quickly if you can.....I'm working on another solution to this "problem", but give me a few days........
NEW YEARS EVE 1980-01 Talk/02 You Really Got Me/03 The Hard Way/04 Where Have All the Good
Times Gone-Tired of Waiting For You/05 Catch me Now I'm Falling/06 Bird Dog/07 NTC Blues/08 Lola/09 Dead End Day/10 Til the End of the Day/11 Low Budget/12 Talk/13 Imagination's Real/14 Nothing More to Lose/15 I'm Not Like Everyone Else-Come on Now/16 You Really Got Me/17 Give the People What They Want/18 A Gallon of Gas/19 Celluloid Heroes/20 All Day And All of the Night/21 Talk/22 Talk/23 Superman/24 Talk
Don't think I'd heard this one, it's a good and energetic set for certain. And, no, it's NOT Van Halen!
From John N comes this most interesting compiltion of music from California's 1980's Warfrat
Records.....lot of fine material on this one, tracks from Gun Club, The Last, Rain Parade, and plenty more......let's make it easy (on ME) by simply pasting the attached description:
(scott) Thanks a ton to John N for sending us this one, I likely have a copy somewhere in the clusterfuck that
is my CD stash, so I will, rather, simply be delighted to locate this copy......There is an excellent description of the procedings here, which I will simply attach......I remember this one, it's an album that is both most interesting as well as GOOD!
2016 marks the 40th anniversary of The Man Who Fell to Earth, director Nicolas Roeg's trippy cult classic starring the late David Bowie as the stranded alien Newton. Prior to his untimely death earlier this year, Bowie revisited Newton and the milieu of the film in his only musical theatre piece, Lazarus. With the musical about to open in London, StudioCanal is revisiting the original film in a new four-disc Blu-ray box set due in the United Kingdom on October 24. (No U.S. plans for the set have been revealed yet.) Prior to that, on September 9, Universal Music Catalogue (UMC) will premiere the soundtrack ofThe Man Who Fell to Earth on 2 CDs. A 2-LP version (with fewer tracks) and a CD/LP deluxe box will arrive on November 18 from the label.
Okay, give a guy some credit......I found this CD in a stack I was going through, labeled as Yu Feng-"Yue Yu Sheng Shou".....no clue where it came from, how long it's been here, who gave it to me.......also as fuzzy are details about the band, coz I can't find ANY......I'm gonna assume they are from China (I THINK that is Chinese, I am unsure).......listening to the album, well, it's worth a listen, some kind of amaturish, sloppy, sludgy rock, english vocals, and an overall tone of perhaps some NIN/Ministry type cynycism......but I may have it all wrong........give it a listen, see what ya think, and ANYONE with information about this CD (maybe YOU sent it to me?) please come forward so we at least have a clue as to what we are hearing here.
YUE YU SHENG SHOU-01 Yi Cuo Bu Neng Zai Cuo/02 You Gou/03 Gan Qing De Zhai/04 Yuan yang Jiang Yue Ye/05 Wan E Yin Wei Shou
Hell for all I know the thing could be mislabeled, certainly doesn't sound chinese to these ears, but for now let's go with that, until someone clears it up (and someone WILL).....btw I have no clue as to who that is in the picture either, hey I took a shot.
Ever heard of Ill? from the Atlanta area, they've done some worthwhile stuff, all I happen to have is 2012's "Gotten Gains"......I'll let their bandcamp describe them, but I really do enjoy this one, hard riff-rocking and soulful vocals......I think they'd be, perhaps, worthy of further investigation if any of my friends in the Atlanta area would be able to help out.......took me a bit by surprise how good this one is.
ILL is an Atlanta-based three-piece rock band and “Gotten Gains” is their second full-length album. The band describe their sound as: “Big blues riffs done with a punk attitude and very much rooted in soul. To us, the lines of classification between Ray Charles and Black Sabbath are very blurry”. With these wordsRINGING in the back of my mind I started listening to their latest record.
OK, let's discuss the future of this blog......as I am certain you are aware, my links are disappearing nearly as
soon as I can post them. This has been going on for a little while now, since the "Eton crop/Dan" incident. Now, PERSONALLY, I wouldn't know how to go about deleting someone else's link, no clue, I remember once ChrisGoes had the same problem.....So, WHY would someone delete links from artists as diverse as Iggy Pop, The Bangles, Ella Fitzgerald, Billy Idol, and scores more? No DMCA complaint has been registered on my site, not since the Eton thing, and, in general, when that has happened in the past, Blogger reverts the post to "draft" status, end of story.......this is different. I gather someone elese has a method of doing it (If any of you can tell me how one would do this I'd be interested, JUST interested, I wouldn't EVER do it to anyone......do they wish to make me quite what I do? Perhaps. Do they know me well? No.
here.....because whomever you are, who are fucking with my links, are no music lover, nor are you even a man, as I have offered MANY times to discuss what your issue is, and I hear silence. I have actually left my personal phone number here (I Will again; 937 206 9022), but I suspect little......just a little boy, playing and making trouble......
As for that, hope you had a wonderful Christmas......look forward to 2017 cause I got a TON of music that I wanna share with ya! See ya then, just CAREFULLY read the instructions!
We have another batch of Garage Fuzz stuff again today, featuring the letter "T"......lotsa good stuff, this is a
40+ track collection, good stuff here as you know if you have been following.....NOW, read the PREVIOUS post "Fight the Alleged Power", and see what you need to do. I'm working on it, making it better, but for now, let's try it this way.......any suggestions that you may have to fight the blog enemies will be welcome.
VOLUME 19-TC ATLANTIC-Faces/02 TASMANIANS-Baby/03 TEARS-People Through My Glasses/04 TEDDY & HIS PATCHES-Suzy Creamcheese/05 TEMPOS-All I Really Want/06 TERRY KNIGHT & THE PACK-How Much More/07 TERRY KNIGHT & THE PACK-Numbers/08 THACKERY ROCK-Bawling/09 THEE MIDNIGHTERS-Never Knew I had It So Bad/10 THEIR EMINENCE-Mary Had a Little Lamb/11 THEZE VIZITORS-Reacher Teacher/12 THINGIES-Mass Confusion/13 THINGS TO COME-I'm Not Talkin/14 THIRD BARDO-I'm Five Years Ahead of My Time/15 THOMAS A EDISON ELECTRIC BAND-The Name of the Game/16 THORNS-I Want You/17 THORS HAMMER- Better Days/18 THORS HAMMER-My Life/19 THYME-Somehow/20 TIARAS-Sticks and Stones/21 TILLS-One Sided Love/22 TOM DAE TURNED ON-I Shall Walk/23 TOMBSTONES-I Want You/24 TOMMY JETT-Groovy Little Trip/25 TOMMY THOMPSON & CHAPTER 17-Beggarman/26 TONTO
& THE RENEGADES-Little Boy Blue/27 TONY & THE VIZITORS-Saturdays Son/28 TONY COLE-Beat It!/29 TRACERS-She Said Yes/30 TRACKERS-You Are My World/31 TRAITS-High On a Cloud/32 TREEZ-Live to Me Before/33 TREMORS-Wondering Why/34 TRIUMPHS-Lovin' Cup/35 TROLLS-I Don't Recall/36 TROLLS-That's The Way Love Is/37 TROPICS-As Time's Gone/38 TROPICS-This Must Be the Place/39 TROYES-Rainbow Chaser/40 TRYCERZ-It's Gonna Change/41 TWAS BRILLIG-Dirty Old Man/42 TWELFTH NIGHT-Grim Reaper/43 TWENTIETH CENTURY ZOO-You Don't Remember/44 TWILIGHTERS-Nothing Can Bring Me Down/45 TWILIGHTERS-Nothing Can Bring Me Down/46 TWILIGHTS-Baby Let Me Take You Home/47 TYDE-Lost/48 TYDE-Psychelic Pill
OK, if you want this one, look to the comments section for new instructions
I took these from another site, thought that some of you guys might like them.......remember, for now, NOT
posting the links here, you have to aske for them and prove yourself with a password.....HEY, I didn't do this, blame, well, someone else.....here is what we have here......
ANGRY SNOWMANS-DECEMBER JUKEBOX 7-01 You Drive the Sleigh (You Jolly Fella)/02 Naughty or Nice/03 Is There a Present There For Me/04 Gingerbread home
FUCK YOU & THE CHRISTMAS TREES-OH HOLY FUCK-01 Brand New Santa/02 Xmas Is For Kidz/03 Coke 4 Xmas/04 I Am the Santa/05 Xmas Summer/06 Jingle Bells 3/07 Want U 2 Die 4 Xmas/08 URX/09 SSFD/10 Navidad En Espanol/11 Candy Canes/12 Have a very Fucked Up Xmas/13 Stupid Fucking Face/14 Santa's Wishlist/15 Viki Is a Snowman/16 Party Clock/17 Jingle Bells 2/18 Gimme Presents
SPLIT-GG ALIN/AFTERBIRTH-01 GG ALIN-X-Mas/02 AFTERBIRTH-Santa Is Dead
OK, I experimented with emailing links to the readers on a request basis, I think it worked OK.......BUT it is is kind of a pain in the ass for ME, so we're going to try these new steps, please follow the instructions below:
1) I am going to continue to post as I have in the past, ie using guest submissions and whatever else I happen to feel like using. If i say "quick", and you see that, there is a reason for it.
2) IF and only if, a link is deleted.......contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.......use the password you already have, or request a new one, and then request the link by title (no more link #'s)......example: "Scott Dick Head's Greatest Hits is deleted, can you send the link?" I will wait a day or two, and send anyone asking the link.......then, FEEL FREE TO SHARE IT WITH WHOMEVER YOU WISH, fine by me.
4) To summarize........download as before......if the link is disabled, tell me at once, along with your request for a replacement link......in the next day or two you will recieve one, (I want to send out only 1 or two batches of each link should I need to, rather than several per day)..........
5) I am in this long term.......if they destroy this blog, so be it, but for NOW, if there is music on this site you want, that is why I SHARE it, and if Big Brother/President Snow wishes to get in the way, I will do my best to still get the music to you until they FINALLY kill the blog (then we'll start a new one perhaps).....
ROCK ON ROCK ON ROCK ON........I'm doing this for ALL OF YOU FOLKS. I'm NOT going to be
dicked around. I've offered up my email AND telephone number for ANYONE wishing to discuss the situation like a MAN, total responses to this inquiry: ZERO. shocking.......I want us all to get along. Some don't see that as a goal, however, so for a while we may have do dance around morons who simply don't get the modern world, and feel that, for some reason, they have some type of jurisdiction over this blog.
Sarah Chalke will be decorating this evening's post, thank you for everything baby.
(scott)-MD Milner has been around here for a while, I know he's a Sleater Kinney fan as am I, so he'll be
MILES DAVIS JAPAN 1964-01 If I Were a Bell/02 Oleo/03 Stella By Starlight/04 Walkin'/05 All of You/06 Seven Steps to Heaven