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    I will repeat what I said before.....Jon S and Lewdd, between them, have sent us a BUNCH of Clash boots,
    and they MIGHT get repeated/doubled up here.....HERE'S why I don't care: because, consider the possibilities......without listening to ALL of them, I won't be exactly sure what's on them......thusly, it's POSSIBLE, say for example, that one copy might be a silver-disc rip, and the other might be a vinyl rip.....obviously, they would sound differently......and, as I don't know what sources they are all from, I'm just going post them all and if there is a duplicate or two, well, life can be so DAMN hard sometimes.......

    I just wanna make sure I get ALL these fab Clash boots posted. Seriously, I apologize if you download a double set".........I have YOUR best interests at heart, perhaps that will make you feel a bit better if you wind up with two copies of the same show.

    (Good Clash boots today too, as they are from the 1976-77 era, awesome!)

    FULLHAMTOWN LONDON 10/29/76-01 White Riot/02 I'm So Bored With the USA/03 Career Opportunities/04 How Can I Understand the Flies/05 Londons Burning/06 Protex Blue/07 Deny/08 Mark Me Absent/09 What's My Name/10 48 Hours/11 Janie Jones/12 1977/13 1-2 Got a Crush on You/14 I Know What to Think of You/15 White Riot

    A NIGHT OF TREASON-11/5/76-01 01 White Riot/02 I'm So Bored With the USA/03 Career Opportunities/04 How Can I Understand the Flies/05 Londons Burning/06 Cheat/07 Protex Blue/08 Deny/09 Mark Me Absent/10 What's My Name/11 48 Hours/12 Janie Jones/12 1977/14 White Riot

    ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART 11/15/76-01  01 White Riot/02 I'm So Bored With the USA/03 Career
    Opportunities/04 How Can I Understand the Flies/05 Londons Burning/06 Chaet/07 Protex Blue/08 Deny/09 Mark Me Absent/10 What's My Name/11 48 Hours/12 Janie Jones/12 1977/14 White Riot


    MANCHESTER ELECTRIC CIRCUS 12/09/76-01 01 White Riot/02 I'm So Bored With the USA/03 London's Burning/04 Hate and War/05 Protex Blue/06 Career Opportunities/07 Cheat//08 48 Hours/09 Janie Jones/10 1977

    There are so many more Clash boots coming your way that you simply will not believe it.  Your mind will NOT be able to absorb all of it........



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  • 10/11/16--11:14: Dayglo Abortions
  • I have but one album from these Canadian punks, but I'm thinking that one album might give you a pretty good idea of what these lads were all about. Somewhat influenced perhaps by GG Alin and the Plasmatics, designed to shock.......the band went through a bit of early legal trouble and I think the story is kind of interesting, taken from their Wikipedia page:

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    Legal trouble[edit]

    In 1988, a police officer in Nepean, Ontario, instigated a criminal investigation of the Dayglos after his daughter brought home a copy of Here Today, Guano Tomorrow. Obscenity charges were laid against the Dayglo Abortion’s record label, Fringe Product, and the label's recordSTORE, Record Peddler, but those charges were cleared in 1990.[4]
    Two albums featured in the resulting trial, the covers and the lyrical content being showcased by the prosecution. Here Today, Guano Tomorrow had a cover showing a picture of a hamster eating from a box of chocolates on nice satin sheets, along with aGLASS of wine. A gun points at the hamster. The back cover shows a depiction of the resulting carnage. The previous album, Feed Us A Fetus, was perhaps a little less graphic, with a depiction of a baked fetus on the table in front of Ronald andNancy Reagan.
    The title song of theirNEXT album, Two Dogs Fucking, concerned the supposed priggishness of Ottawa's public officials leading directly to the extinction of the human race.
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    Odd, isn't it, to think of, say, the upcoming Presidential election, and the potential resulting problems, and then, think for a moment, about people getting so excited about an album cover. The mind reels.

    The only album I have in my stash is a compilation effort from 1998, "Stupid World Stupid Songs".....some good representative tracks from the band's storied career, ("Punker Bitches", "Homophobic Sexist Cokeheads", "Fuck My Shit Stinks"........get the idea?")

    Quite dated, actually, but quite an amusing period piece......and, as I said, this is the only piece in my stash representing them, so you know what that means.......any of you punk rock lovers might have some more goodies from this tribe....until then, make due with this bad boy......

           Hope ya don't mind if I paste the track list it's a long one......
    1. Stupid Songs – 2:14
    2. Dream Date of the 90's – 2:10
    3. Stupid World – 2:48
    4. Hide the Hamster – 2:35
    5. Inside My Head – 1:21
    6. Wasted Not Worried – 2:01
    7. I Killed Mommy – 2:00
    8. Here Today, Guano Tomorrow – 4:54
    9. Skatans' Skids – 2:52
    10. I'm My Own God – 1:55
    11. Punker Bitches – 2:46
    12. Proud to Be a Canadian – 1:56
    13. Drugged and Driving – 5:23
    14. Homophobic Sexist Cokeheads – 1:32
    15. Scared of People - Black Sabbath – 4:26                                  
    16. Nikki Dial – 1:08
    17. Fuck My Shit Stinks – 3:15
    18. F.O.B. – 2:44
    19. Courage in a Can – 2:22
    20. Feeder Brigade – 1:47
    21. Stroke All Day – 2:44
    22. Isn't This Disgusting – 4:10
    23. Germ Attack – 1:29



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    I've been trying to make the last two months covers-heavy (this makes project #6 since August 1st). Thought this one up in a few hours. I really like it.

    Reign In Blood is an all-time classic, the most influential metal album besides Sabbath's Master of Reality. I've been listening to it for at least twenty five years. My favorite version was the cassette, which had the complete album on both sides. I'd flip that fucker again and again. My own copy - by some occurrence - got blood all over the insert; that only made it cooler in my book.


    Given how seminal it is, I figured I wouldn't have trouble finding covers, and I was right. What proved difficult was making the end of the album work. Again, Jonder came to the rescue through editing. Thanks, man... sorry it took so many versions!

    I don't want to break it all down for you. Suffice to say, all the bands do the original songs justice. This is a good metal sampler, too; several different subgenres are represented. And Y'know, I wanted to call my comp Covered In Blood.... but that title has already been used for a Slayer tribute. Dammit! In fact the only track here from a tribute album - Crowd Deterrent's "Reborn" - comes from that compilation.



















    1. Liers In Wait - Angel of Death
    2. Malevolent Creation - Piece By Piece
    3. Antropofagus - Necrophobic
    4. Revocation - Altar of Sacrifice 
    5. Crusher - Jesus Saves
    6. Edge of Sanity - Criminally Insane
    7. Crowd Deterrent - Reborn
    8. Criminal Element - Epidemic
    9. Havok - Postmortem 
    10. Vader - Raining Blood


    Got some good Halloween goodies coming, too.

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    (scott) John N sends us another great Wands effort, they've been quite popular, which is great by me......some more great psychedelic rock, I did listen to this one today and it's as good as the previous submissions (John N/Studkid).......I think this wraps up their studio efforts, anyone have any boots or anything? This is a really cool band in my estimation......anyway, I never even knew this one existed (2013), but another good effort from a really cool psych band!

    HELLO I KNOW THE BLOW YOU GROW IS MAGIC-01 Hello I Know the Blow You Grow Is Magic/02 No One Around/03 The Key/04 The Door/05 Spell My Name (Acoustic)

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  • 10/11/16--12:59: Capt'n Ortega
  • One of my fave things is when a newer, lesser known band sends me a link for some of their new work......it
    means, as I say often, THEY GET IT......understand that blogs like this exist to HELP THEM gain wider exposure, NOT as is commonly thought by bands with less intellect, that blogs such as this exist only to destroy their potential audience.......hey, Tender Age, how are the sales of that latest stunner going anyway? I hope great, as you need no help from scum like me.

    Anyway, here is Capt'n Ortega, who sent me an email as well as a bandcamp link.......I'll reprint the email for ya:
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    Hey there,

    We're Captain Ortega, from Nijmegen, The Netherlands. We've been playing rock 'n roll as loud as we can for a few years. Recently we recorded six songs and released it on an EP titled 1634. You can download itFOR FREE at our Bandcamp:

    http://captainortega.bandcamp.com/album/1634  

    Check it out and tell us what you think, we'd appreciate that! And if you'd like to share it on your website: please feel free to do so!

    Thanks a lot,
    Aram, Bard, Casper, Pieter and Rinus

    Captain Ortega
    Rock 'n roll - Punk - Hard rock
     
    Check de EP 1634 op Spotify of Bandcamp
    Meer info, check www.captainortega.nl 
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    I'd LOVE IT if I recieved a LOT more links from up and comers such as this....this is REAL rock n roll, the great shit........this blog gets a LOT of hits, and if you are in a start up band, this place can ONLY HELP YOU......despite what certain Rock N Roll Hall of Famers such as Tender Age among others might tell you.......you WILL gain extra exposure from being featured here, and I LOVE IT. 

    As always, this blog is open to ANY band that wishes to be here......ALL MY LOVE to all up and coming bands!


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    (scott) because I KNOW this is one that I can't identify.......I did a "Best .....Ever" post on this performer
    once, EXTREMELY popular post, until the links disappeared......so be ready for that, because THIS collection is NO DAMN JOKE.......put it like this, it's one of my VERY fave performers of them all, and there is actually some material here that I didn't previously own......no matter, this blog is about YOUR ability to access cool shit, and, I KNOW most of you will be into this one.......read the track lists, etc, and you will see what I'm talking about, and heed my advice......if you want anything here, get it quickly because I can EASILLY see this one disappearing......if you sample, PLEASE don't mention the artist's name.....call him by one of his nicknames, like, oh, say "Geep"?

    Rock N Roll, baby, Rock N Roll....I am so grateful for this submission that I could damn near cry, and I just want to be DAMN SURE that everyone who desires this gets what they desire......it's a great share, a tremendous share, and please, if you agree, send thanks in the direction of link-strongman John N, king of all the links in the universe!
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    These Dreams Will NeverSLEEP: The Best Of Graham Parker 1976-2015 is released on 30 September 2016.

     
    track_listing 
    CD 1 – 1976 – 1978
    • Graham Parker – I Got My Soul (Acoustic Demo)
    • Graham Parker – That’s When You Know (Acoustic Demo)
    • Graham Parker – Sunny Side Down (Acoustic Demo)
    • Graham Parker – The Raid (Acoustic Demo)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Between You And Me
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Don’t Ask Me Questions
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Howlin’ Wind
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Nothin’s Gonna Pull UsAPART
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Soul Shoes (Single Version)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Pourin’ It All Out
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Black Honey
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Turned Up Too Late
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Stick To Me
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Watch The Moon Come Down
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Thunder And Rain
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – The Heat In Harlem (Live)
    CD 2 – 1978 – 1991
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – LadyDOCTOR (Live)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Gypsy Blood (Live)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Fool’s Gold (Live)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Nobody Hurts You
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – You Can’t Be Too Strong
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Passion Is No Ordinary Word
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Love Gets You Twisted
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Empty Lives
    • Graham Parker – You Hit The Spot
    • Graham Parker – You Can’t Take Love For Granted
    • Graham Parker And The Shot – Wake Up (Next To You)
    • Graham Parker – Back In Time
    • Graham Parker – Under The Mask (Of Happiness)
    • Graham Parker – Big Man On Paper
    • Graham Parker – The Kid With The Butterfly Net
    • Graham Parker – Weeping Statues
    CD 3 – 1992 – 2015
    • Graham Parker – Just Like Joe Meek’s Blues
    • Graham Parker – Disney’s America
    • Graham Parker – HonestWORK
    • Graham Parker – Sharpening Axes
    • Graham Parker – Blue Horizon
    • Graham Parker – Cheap Chipped Black Nails
    • Graham Parker with Lucinda Williams – Cruel Lips
    • Graham Parker – Nation Of Shopkeepers
    • Graham Parker & The Figgs – Bad Chardonnay
    • Graham Parker – England’s Latest Clown
    • Graham Parker – 1st Responder
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Long Emotional Ride
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Live In Shadows
    • Graham Parker with Punch Brothers – What Do You Like?
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Flying Into London
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Going There
    CD 4 – The Live BBCRECORDINGS
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Discovering Japan (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Local Girls (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Thunder And Rain (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Don’t Get Excited (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Back To Schooldays (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Passion Is No Ordinary Word (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Mercury Poisoning (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour –HEAT TREATMENT (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Howlin’ Wind (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Stick To Me (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Love Gets You Twisted (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Crawling From The Wreckage (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Saturday Nite Is Dead (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Nobody Hurts You (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Protection (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1979)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – White Honey (Live from BBC Sight And Sound 1977)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour –HOTEL Chambermaid (Live from BBC Sight And Sound 1977)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Pourin’ It All Out (Live from BBC Sight And Sound 1977)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Don’t Ask Me Questions (Live from BBC Sight And Sound 1977)
    CD 5 – Live At The Forum, London 2015 / Pt. 1
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Howlin’ Wind (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Stop Cryin’ About The Rain (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Thunder And Rain (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Long Emotional Ride (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour –GET STARTED. Start A Fire (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Pub Crawl (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Wall Of Grace (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Stick To Me (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Passion Is No Ordinary Word (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Watch The Moon Come Down (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Railroad Spikes (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    CD 6 – Live At The Forum, London 2015 / Pt. 1
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Hotel Chambermaid (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Protection (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Pourin’ It All Out (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Back To Schooldays (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Local Girls (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – White Honey (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Fool’s Gold (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Heat Treatment (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – You Can’t Be Too Strong (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Don’t Ask Me Questions (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Hold Back The Night (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Soul Shoes (Live At The Forum, London 2015)
    DVD
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – White Honey (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Stop Cryin’ About The Rain (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Thunder And Rain (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Howlin’ Wind (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Long Emotional Ride (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Get Started. Start A Fire (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Pub Crawl (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Wall Of Grace (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Stick To Me (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Passion Is No Ordinary Word (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Watch The Moon Come Down (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Railroad Spikes (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour –HOTEL Chambermaid (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Protection (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Pourin’ It All Out (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Back To Schooldays (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Local Girls (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – You Can’t Be Too Strong (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Don’t Ask Me Questions (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – Hold Back The Night (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker & The Rumour – SoulSHOES (Live At The Brook, Southampton 2015)
    • Graham Parker – Hey Lord Don’t Ask Me Questions (Live On Top Of The Pops)
    • Graham Parker – New York Shuffle (Live On Top Of The Pops)
    • Graham Parker – Hold Back The Night (Live On Top Of The Pops)
    • Graham Parker – Stick To Me (Live On Old Grey Whistle Test 1978)
    • Graham Parker – Problem Child (Live On Old Grey Whistle Test 1978)
    • Graham Parker – Back Door Love (Live On Old Grey Whistle Test 1978)
    • Graham Parker – Thunder And Rain (Live On Old Grey Whistle Test 1978)
    • Graham Parker – Turned Up Too Late (Live On Old Grey Whistle Test 1978)
    • Graham Parker – Fool’s Gold (Live On Old Grey Whistle Test 1978)
    • Graham Parker – Saturday Nite Is Dead (Live On Old Grey Whistle Test 1978)
    • Graham Parker – I’m Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down (Live On Old Grey Whistle Test 1978)
    • Graham Parker – Don’t Ask Me Questions (Live On Old Grey Whistle Test 1978)
    • Graham Parker – Soul Shoes (Live On Old Grey Whistle Test 1978)

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    My friend Ruben Chandler from that great land out west has been around this blog about as long as it has existed, I've enjoyed chatting with him over the years on a variety of topics......he's a WAY cool guy, who has had a LOT of interesting life experiences, and is always a great guy to just shoot the shit with......anyway, after I recently re-upped the Blue Cheer stuff, Ruben sent along an interview he did a while back with Eric Albronda, with whom I am NOT familiar, but according to Ruben was an early member of Blue Cheer.......you know damn well that ANYTHING goes here, in particular stuff that is interesting to ME......thus you get this non-musical post to stimulate the literary section of your mind......and, if this isn't your kinda thing, you can always move on to the next post, right? I've just always found Ruben to be a skilled wordsmith, and an interview with an early Blue Cheer member? Certainly sounds interesting to ME, and THAT is what counts, boyo!

    http://fivegunswest.blogspot.com/2012/07/blue-cheer-eric-albronda-interview.html?q=blue+cheer 

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  • 10/11/16--14:49: The Panics
  • (scott) another John N submission with which I was previously unfamiliar, The Panics (from Australia) present their FIFTH (!) album here, a little odd that I don't know of them, but whatever....this is a damn fine hard rocking album, and I for one would SURE AS FUCK like to hear the previous four.......anyone? I don't really wanna ask John N 'coz he does so much for me already, but I really liked this one, and with four other albums out there, it's a band I find intriguing!

    A HOLE IN YOUR POCKET-01 Weatherman/02 Hole In Your Pocket/03 Passenger Side/04 Car parks of Greschen/05 Know My Name/06 Not Apart, Not Together/07 The Birds/08 Loiter With Intent/09 Switching Off


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  • 10/11/16--15:51: Celestial Season
  • This band had two lives, they began as a (not so great, frankly) death metal outfit, and then glided their way
    into (pretty good) stoner rock.....I have three latter-day albums, from the stoner phase, which I think you will like much better (besides I don't have the older ones)......"Orange" was the first of the stoner type albums, bears a striking resembelance to Kyuss, the vocals especially, and what in the world could be wrong with THAT?

    Three albums here, all of them of the hard-stoner-rocking mid 00's stuff that I like so much (I've called such music "future classics" and likened it to the hard/heavy psych of  the early 70's, not that that means much of shit).....anyway, the first album here is 1997's "Orange", which, anyway on might slice it, has a definite Kyuss/QOTSA tinge to it.....still hard rocking and great, all the tracks are pretty solid, I take a personal liking to "Daisy's Lunch" and the spacy "Risin' Out of the Loop".....anyway, in 1997 stoner rock was a fairly new concept, and these guys took off with it......this is an overlooked gem of the genre.

    Next I have "Chrome" from 1999......perhaps a little harder rocking than its predecessor, still a good effort....again, most of these tracks will find a spot in the heart of any "real" hard rock lover, but damn, "Alooka's Boulevard" and "Staardust" stand out, and this is also a REALLY strong effort.

    Finally we have "Lunchbox Dialogue", from 2000......I'm not sure if this was their final effort or not, but, once again, they seem to turn the amps up a bit again, but, to me, at least, this one falls a tiny bit short, not that there aren't some fine stoner-rocking tunes on here ("Boarding Music", "From the Plains").......hey, here are three good albums from a fairly unknown stoner rock band. As you know I LOVE my stoner rock, as I've said before, I think a lot of this stuff will be considered "classic" hard rock in the future, it's just (like so much rock has been) way far ahead of it's time.....still great, rocking shit though, and at the end of the day, that is what I am here for. Always have and always will love the shit that rocks me hard! Hope you do as well!

    ORANGE-01 Wallaroo/02 Too Much Too Soon/03 Black Queen Is Dynamite/04 The Orleans Capsule/05 Carmencita/06 Salamandra/07One-Eye Genaerator/08 Warp Speed to Vulcan/09 Diablo Crauiser XL5/10 1000 Things/11 Daisy's Lunch/12 Dive/13 Risin' Out of the Loop/14 Diesel Reptile

    CHROME-01 Jupiter/02 Coming Down/03 Stardust/04 Monumenta/05 Retrosky/06 Trancewaagon/07 Who Sent the Workers Back Underground/08 21:20 Desire/09 Alooka's Boulevard/10 Millenarian Drive

    LUNCHBOX DIALOGUE-01 Lonely Man Burning/02 Sharks and Razors/03 Outshine/04 Boarding
    Music/05 Mary Meets the Sky/06 Body Overdrive/07 Celestial Dragon/08 All Wrong Listen/09 Comfortable Mess/10 From the Plains

    Some damn good stoner rock for ya, hell, that's what I started this whole thing out with, less-than-well-known stoner rock......anyway, things have changed, so whatever, but I hope you all like this one, like the rst of the shit I put up, and ESPECIALLY that you like the team-submissions, Brian's new Slayer projet is one for the books, let me tell ya!


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  • 10/12/16--08:37: Kristen Kontrol
  • Kristen Kontrol you may or may not know from The Dum Dum Girls, here she steps out for a solo effort which is pretty damn good.......quite a departure from the work of The Dum Dum Girls with which you may be familiar, on her solo effort "X-Communicate", she focuses on slick dance/electronic beats, and it works (for me at least, and this is a compliment, as I have never seen her, which if you know my perverted self, this kinds matters)....

    Anyway, I JUST got finished listening to this one and found it quite enjoyable......not exactly my kind of stuff, either, but I really DID enjoy it......really, a solid effort, most of the tracks here are REALLY good......quite an enjoyable effort, and isn't that what we are always looking for?

    X COMMUNICATE-01 Show Me/02 White Street/03 (Don't) Wannabe/04 X-Communicate/05 Skin Shed/06 Drive the Night/07 What Is Love/08 Face 2 Face/09 Going Through the Motions/10 Smoke Rings

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  • 10/12/16--08:48: Archie Meets The Ramones
  • Much thanks to longtime reader Orangeopera for sending us a link for the previously discussed but never before posted here ('cause I didn't HAVE it) Archie Meets The Ramones comic.....I keep thinking about how popular the comics are when I do them, I have a ton more that I need to get put up sometime....anyway, this is a cool addition, NEVER be afraid to send in NON-music submissions, I like those the BEST!

    https://userscloud.com/p3v3870kpfsv/Archie_Meets_Ramones_001_(2016)_one-shot,_c2c_(Jojo).cbr

    You will need CDisplay or similar to read the comic online (it is a free download or at least always used to be)

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    (scott) Foreign correspondent Studkid, who, luckily for him living outside the USA, doesn't REALLY have to put up with the Presidential Election nonsense as much as we yanks do, BUT he is aware enough to send us a podcast, evidently mocking the whole thing (DESERVEDLY SO).......thanks man, haven't heard it yet but I will.......

    I have really never spoken much about politics on this site, figuring this likely wasn't the best place, and besides, alot of the readership is located outside the USA and probably don't care.....but when someone from outside our borders realizes how comical and farcical the entire thing has been this year, I HAVE TO post that submission!

    There can be NO positive outcome from the upcoming election. Period. Likely the BEST CASE scenario (really) is Mrs. Clinton for four years, and then ONE party find SOMEONE at least partially acceptable....Mr. Trump, no matter your feelings on him, is NOT going to be elected, that is pretty much a given in my eyes.....and I am far from a fan of Mrs. Clinton, either.......so, we can hold our breath and hope for the best, while the rest of the world laughs at/makes fun of us.......doing so, secure in the knowledge that "we" (Americans)
    FULLY deserve it, for allowing things to get to this point.

    Here is Studkid's complete email, and as always, thanks for the submission!
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    The Election for President is a Cirkus for Dane like me, and it remind me about a podcast I listen to some years ago. After some search I have found it.

    Frank Conniff (co-writer/actor on Mystery Science Theater 3000, writer/actor/producer on Sabrina the Teenage Witch + plus more) has made 4 podcast under the name Podhouse 90. One of them is 


    A radio play of the election of a new wizard of Oz. I think its hilarious. The other 3 podcast is also funn, and can be found here: http://frankconniff.com/podhouse90

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    One more non-musical submission from a longtime blog friend.....Ruben Chandler sends to us (well, to me, but I share with all!) a copy of Julian Cope's book "Repossessed"....out of print and hard to locate, so please enjoy!

    http://www67.zippyshare.com/v/gVQvtDQ3/file.html

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  • 10/12/16--09:26: Dead Lucid
  • Getting back to the normal musical submissions, and there will be several today, but we will begin with this EP from Chicago space/psych rockers Dead Lucid.......from John N, this EP I enjoyed a good bit, good, trippy stuff, also a new (2016) release so you know I have to give warning about that, but somehow I have a feeling these guys wouldn't care......ya never know, though, so if interested (and likely you are if you've been a fan of the previous space/stoner/psych I've put up before) you may wish to act quickly, cause ya just never know......

    EP-01 Central Station/02 Damascus/03 Andromeda/04 Space Rock/05 If You Don't Mind

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    (scott) Another day, another handful of Clash boots from Lewdd......be advised, as I've said before, there
    MIGHT BE (likely IS) overlap here with either my previous Clash posts (so long ago it probably doesn't matter) or with Jon S' mega-Clash submission of last week or so.......if so, that's just life, I am not feeling like sorting these all out, so if there are two copies of the same show put out there, consider it a bonus i guess....The Clash were one of the all time great bands, so a LOT of their shows exist on the web......it's more important to ME that we get them ALL, or as many as we can, than worry about a repeat......so if you get Clashed-out, don't worry, we are just trying to be comprehensive......we've got (from Lewdd) a bunch of Pistols, Damned, and Misfits boots yet to come, and God knows what else that man has in his stash, but I plan on being nice to him, cause I have a hunch he is a treasure chest of 1970's punk! And, as always with Lewdd's submissions, there is no guarantee as to the quality.....he archives tons of punk shows for historic purposes, and that is cool, you get what you pay for right?
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    HARLESDON COLLISEUM LONDON 3/11/77-01 Tuning/02 London's Burning/03 1977/04 Remote (1st Try)/05 Remote (2nd Try)/06 Joe/07 Remote Control/08 Joe/09 Hate and War/10 Tuning/11 I'm So Bored With the USA/12 Deny/13 48 Hours/14 tuning/15 What's My Name/16 Protex Blue/17 Tuning/18 Cheat/19 Tuning/20 White Riot

    GUILDFORD ENGLAND 05/01/77-01 London's Burning/02 1977/03 I'm So Bored With the USA/04 1977/05 Hate and War/06 Cheat/07 Police and Thieves/08 48 Hours/09 Capitol Radio/10 Deny/11 Remote Control/12 Career Opportunities/13 White Riot/14 Janie Jones/15 Garageland/16 1977

    BIRMINGHAM 05/03/77-21 Tracks, unlabeled.......would be great if someone who downloads could supply track information!

    SWINDON 5/4/77-01 (As per data provided, set list begins with Track #4, I will copy it as recieved)-04
    London's Burning/05 1977/06 Pressure Drop/07 I'm So Bored With the USA/08 Janie Jones/09 Hate and War/10 Cheat/11 48 Hours/12 Police and Thieves/13 Capitol Radio/14 Deny/15 Remote Control/16 Career Opportunities/17 Garageland/18 White Riot/19 Janie Jones (Encore)/20 Outro











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  • 10/12/16--12:08: Jah Wobble-In Dub
  • (scott) John N sends us this one, a collection of stuff from Public Image Ltd. legendary bassist Jah
    Wobble.....either you know his work or you don't, if you are unfamiliar, there is no way in hell I can describe it to you.....I'm going to copy/paste some notes about this album for ya, but I WILL go on record as saying I do highly recommend this, and, packaged as it is, it just likely might be a great introduction for a newbie to the works of Jah Wobble...
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    Since his days with Public Image Ltd., Jah Wobble has been carving a unique niche on bass guitar, drawing on myriad musical styles for his prolific output of over forty albums and countless collaborations. Following the critical acclaim afforded to last year’s 6-CD box set Redux, Jah Wobble In Dub is an affordable entrée to one aspect of JW’s music, a style with which he is most commonly associated and yet is somehow difficult to define.

    Compiled and annotated by Wobble, who has also contributed some of hisPAINTINGSfor the front cover and the booklet, Jah Wobble In Dub picks up where Redux left off, sampling his 30 Hertz catalogue from the mid-1990s onwards while also dipping back into his 80s solo work.

    In Dub also boasts four brand new recordings. ‘Metamorphosis (Burnt Umber Youth Dub)’ and ‘Inspector Out Of Space (Youth Inner Space Dub)’ are taken from Wobble’s new album with legendary producer Youth, Everything Is Nothing while ‘Forest Funk Dub’ and ‘Forest Gate Dub’ are brand new tracks, alsoRECORDED by the new-look Invaders Of The Heart.

    In addition, In Dub includes a previously unissued mix of ‘The Sweetest Feeling’ from 2007’sHEART & Soul’ album (re-named ‘The Way I Feel’).

    TRACK LIST:
    DISC ONE
    1. CLEOPATRA KING SIZE #
    2. I’D LOVE TO TAKE YOU AWAY
    3. I’D LOVE TO TAKE YOU AWAY (Dub Version)
    4. ORION ^
    5. METAMORPHOSIS (Burnt Umber Youth Dub) + ***
    6. BLACKSMITH +
    7. BLACKSMITH DUB +
    8. CLUB SCENE DUB
    9. KOJAK DUB
    10. ON THE RIGHTROAD
    11. ON THE RIGHT ROAD DUB
    12. SYMPHONY OF PALMS #
    13. FOREST FUNK DUB + ***
    14. DRAGON AND PHOENIX ¬
    15. DRAGON AND PHOENIX DUB ¬
    16. UNIVERSAL DUB
    17. INVADERS OF THE HEART (Decadent Disco Mix) +
    # Jah Wobble & Temple Of Sound
    ^ Jah Wobble & Bill Laswell
    + Jah Wobble & The Invaders Of TheHEART
    ¬ Jah Wobble & The Chinese Dub Orchestra
    ~ Jah Wobble & The Nippon Dub Ensemble
    *** Previously unissued


    DISC TWO
    1. SHINTO DUB ~
    2. LAST DAYS
    3. LAST DAYS DUB
    4. L1 DUB ¬
    5. NICE COP: NASTY COP
    6. FOREST GATE DUB + ***
    7. THE WAY I FEEL (alias Sweetest Feeling) NEW Mix) ***
    8. LAM SARAVANE +
    9. LAM SARAVANE DUB +
    10. ALAM DUB ^
    11. NIGHT
    12. APPEARANCE AND THING-IN-ITSELF
    13. I REMEMBER THAT TIME
    14. I REMEMBER THAT TIME (Dub Mix)
    15. INSPECTOR OUT OF SPACE (Youth Inner Space Dub) + ***16. ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE EAST
    17. TYGER TYGER

    * Jah Wobble & Temple Of Sound
    ^ Jah Wobble & Bill Laswell
    + Jah Wobble & The Invaders Of TheHEART
    ¬ Jah Wobble & The Chinese Dub Orchestra
    ~ Jah Wobble & The Nippon Dub Ensemble
    *** Previously unissued


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  • 10/12/16--12:42: Silverlight Shadows
  • John N sends us another good one here, Australian punk from Silverlight Shadows....I was unfamiliar with them until listening, but, yeah, a pretty good one.....to me they sound a good bit like their Australlian godfathers The Saints, and nothing wrong with that.......straight up retro-70's punk, and, also, nothing wrong with THAT either!

    SILVERLIGHT SHADOWS-01 Straight Shootin/02 Hysteria/03 Overdrive/04 Detox/05 Lost/06 2012/07 Something/08 Hellrazin'/09 Shadow in the Sun/10 Blue Fish tone Explosion



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    My love Madame Angela contributes an album of music from Dreamtime, who specialize in utilizing the
    digeridoo, an instrument used by the Aborigines in Ausatralia......I don't know shit about it to be honest, but it is fairly cool to listen to, as all of her submittals have been.......I'm going to give ya a handful of information on this instrument/music, but of course I say thanks to Angie, just coz I love her, and I love her contributions here.......The Monks, the Singing Bowls, the native American stuff........all great for opening up the mind and the soul.......here is more, PLEASE let me know what you think of Madame Angela's stuff, after all, she IS the future "Mrs BigScott62"........
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    The didgeridoo is a musical instrument that comes from the North Eastern parts of Australia. It is most often made from a hollow eucalyptus log, with no side holes. Didgeridoo is a western, onomatopoeic word name for what is known by many names in aboriginal languages (of which there are many), such as yidaki or thambaljig.
    Some Aboriginal folks say that every yidaki has a spirit inside, which wakes up whenSOMEONEwho ‘lives on the land and breathes the air’ breathes into the dij in the right way, resulting in the characteristic drone sound.
    Yidakis have beenPLAYED by Aboriginal men for at least 2000 years. Some would have it that the yidaki has been played for 40,000 years, yet this suggestion has not been proven by scholars. Nonetheless yidakis have been very much part of social and ritual gatherings in aboriginal society for hundreds of years. Didgeridoos are ‘men’s business’ and so have not been traditionally played by women, though things are changing and some aboriginal societies are not so strict about this now.

    Non-sustainable Didgeridoo production

    Since the mid 1990’s dijes have become the ‘must have’ souvenir to bring back from Australia, being symbolic of Aboriginal Culture. Traditional Australian aboriginal culture is inherently part of the natural systems of the land, and in itsWAY dynamically sustainable in its impact on that land. Sadly, recent demand for authentic didgeridoos has brought the sustainability ofPRODUCTION of didgeridoos into question, as their harvest is now out of balance with the natural systems where the wood grows. Many souvenir didgeridoos are now being produced outside Australia from woods other than eucalyptus!
    Dreamtime Myths and Sustainability
    The Dreamtime is the Aboriginal understanding of the world, of its creation, and it's great stories. The Dreamtime is the beginning of knowledge, from which came the laws of existence. For survival these laws must be observed. The Dreamtime is the time before time when things came to be and it is also right now. Dreamtime MythsWORK ON many different levels, sometimes within the same story, giving the listeners a physical and moral/spiritual landscape to exist within. Yidakis have been around long enough for yidaki creation myths to be told. One dreamtime story tells us that when the first hollow log was played as a yidaki, the termites that were hollowing out the log were blown up into the night sky and became the milky-way.
     
    So how does this story relate to sustainability and what can we learn from it?
    Well, for a start, stories such as this one impart a sense of wonder and awe at features of the natural world. Anyone who finds the world wonderful and awesome, in an innocent or intellectual way (or both!), is more likely to want to live in a way that is sensitive to ecological systems. We alsoLEARN that termites are the creatures that hollow out the logs. Termites are of crucial importance in the natural systems they are ‘meant’ to live in. One of their jobs is toCONVERTplant matter into nutrients that go back into the soil directly, via the compost heaps they grow their food on, or indirectly through food webs. Termites are tasty! The termites show us that even small, seemingly insignificant creatures are of equal importance to all others in the web of life – a vital perspective to have in the vision of sustainability.
    The characters within aboriginal myths are often creator spirits. These spirits are everywhere and in everything, though now not necessarily in the same form they were way back then, in the time before time, when the stories were first told and the events occurred. Many of the characters in the Dreamtime stories are seen as our ancestors and if not our direct ancestors then certainly our relations. We see that allKINDS of natural phenomena have come about through the actions of creator spirits. The Dreamtime is still going on now, and so we also learn that we humans are changing the world around us through our actions, in all kinds of ways, often unforeseen at the time. The stories show us that one of the only unchanging laws is that everything changes! They also instil a connection with the landscape that is so personal, so intrinsic, that traditional aboriginal societies see themselves as part of natural systems, part of the landscape, part of the ongoing mythical landscape in the same way that a rock formation, billabong, kangaroo or honey ant would be.
    Another story, Why theROCKS are red, tells us that the rocks are red in the centre of Australia
    because the blood of a human dreamtime creator spirit, murdered by his jealous sibling, seeped into the earth, turning the rocks red. Stories such this one show us that the bodies of the ancestors come to rest all over the landscape, and thus pretty much everywhere is sacred. If all living things have a counterpart creator spirit, then the physical landscape is also a spiritual landscape. When almost every landscape feature has some kind of ecological, spiritual or sacred significance it hard to justify any large-scale architectural development or ‘progress’ because of the impact on the interrelated dreamtime and ‘presentime’ ecological landscape.
    The story of Tidalik the frog, who drinks all the water on earth and wont share it,  shows us that greed affects all creatures, all our relations and that laughter is the solution to many of our problems! Human greed, seemingly unquenchable thirst for resources is causing an unprecedented shift in the balance of nature, with the resulting catastrophic loss of biodiversity. What people may need, more than things, is fellowship and laughter and light heartedness to achieve a balance more in balance with rest of nature. It also points to the future, where precious resources may be fought over as they become scarce. We are already seeing this with oil, andPRICES are rising steadily. The practice didges I use are made of plastic that is made by the petrochemical industry.

    Contemporary didgePRODUCTION in the uk.

    Didgeridoos are now made from all kinds of materials:  pottery,GLASS, plastic, metals, but the most sustainably produced material is wood. Didges made in the uk are made from local timber. They are usually made by bandsawing down the length of the timber, hollowing out each side, and sticking the two halves back together. Making one can be a lovely process in which the maker gets to harvest, process the wood and create a beautiful musical instrument using local sustainably produced materials
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    01 Dawn, With an Elder/02 Tribal Techno/03 An Elder Speaks part 1/04 Faces of Culture/05 Cave Dance/06 Mali Mali Dusk Chant/07 Echoes of Kakadu/08 To Arnhem Land/09 An Elder Speaks part II/10 Into the Dreaming/11 Turning Sky/12 Spiritual Wind/13 An Elder Speaks/14 Two Seeds/15 Laughing Kookaburra/16 Mind Awakening/17 In the Outback/18 Corroboree/19 Bush Tucker Song/20 Closing Thoughts

    This is really cool stuff like all of Angie's submittals, great for meditation, relaxation, and just pulling oneself together......Angie's taste in music is her uniquely own, and she is a wonderful woman, whom I love. She literally saved my life, and I truly do love her, and I thank her publicly (here) for all she has done for me in the past few months. 

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  • 10/12/16--13:29: Lorelle Meets the Obsolete
  • (scott) trying to get all of John N's cool submittals up before they expire, this is another one, just listened to it today......a strange, unclassifiable album, sort of the kind of psych rock that I love blended with the electronic fusion sounds.....it's pretty good, in my estimation........this, "Balance" is their fourth album, I liked it a good bit, perhaps you will as well, it's kind of different........but isn't that why we are here?

    BALANCE-01 Balance/02 It Must Be the Only Way/03 Ching/04 The Sound of All Things/05 Waves Over Shadows/06 la Distiction/07 Father's Tears/08 Waves Under Shadows/09 Eco Echo

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    Anytime someone sends me a Bowie boot, likely I will post it.....in particular if it's one of the handful I don't already have.....this one comes to us from the legend that is John N, a 1995 set (two disc) from Dublin (specifically, 11/24/95).....never heard this one before, if you have, sorry for the repeat, but as I said: Bowie boots are GOING UP! (It's a good one, too, don't miss!)

    DISC 1-01 The Motel/02 Look Back In Anger/03 The Heart's Scary Lessons/04 Scary Monsters/05 The Voyeur of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)/06 I have Not Been to Oxford Town/07 Outside/08 Andy Warhol/09 The Man Who Sold the World/10 A Small Plot of Land/11 Boys Keep Swinging/12 Strangers When We Meet/13 Jump They Say/14 Hallo Spaceboy

    DISC 2-01 We Prick You/02 Band Introductions/03 Nite Flights/04 My Death/05 DJ/06 Teenage Wildlife/07 Under Pressure/08 Moonage Daydream

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