• 14 Tracks, Gatefold Cover Throughout the history of rock n' roll there have always been those creatures who stayed on the fringes, in the twilight zone of rock n' roll. Deranged visionaries who pushed their music to the edge and sometimes beyond. The Cranps have helped us rediscover many of these crazy creatures by recording and performing their songs and telling the world about them. This album is dedicated to the rediscovery of these forgotten or ignored classics. It is also a tribute to the spirit of craziness that is so sadly missing in today's music. And a tribute to the genius of the Cramps, who have the spirit and are not afraid to show it. Tracklist A1 The Phantom – Love Me 1:32 A2 Jimmy Lloyd – Rocket In My Pocket 2:23 A3 Tommy James & The Shondells– Hanky Panky 2:58 A4 Paul Revere & The Raiders– Hungry 3:00 A5 Kasenetz-Katz Super Circus– Quick Joey Small 2:26 A6 Charlie Feathers– I Can't Hardly Stand It 2:42 A7 Jimmy Stewart– Rock On The Moon 1:58 B1 Hasil Adkins– She Said 2:53 B2 Dale Hawkins– Tornado 2:31 B3 Little Willie John– Fever 2:40 B4 Jackie Lee Cochran– Georgia Lee Brown 2:59 B5 Dave 'Diddle' Day– Blue Moon Baby 2:49 B6 Jody Reynolds– Fire Of Love 1:57 B7 Ricky Nelson – Lonesome Town 2:15 (Born Bad)
  • This series has it’s imitators in the world of compiling original songs The Cramps covered and ‘ahem’ borrowed from but these are by far the best. Gatefold sleeve, liner notes and some pretty cool artwork seperate this from the copy cats that came after… Essential for any Cramps fan or just for those that fancy a bit of wild & obscure RnR…. Rockabilly, Garage Punk and the just plain weird. Repress of the third Volume of this "Songs the Cramps Taught US" compilation, originally released in 1986. Tracklist: A1 –Kip Tyler & The Flips Jungle Hop 2:05 A2 –The Busters Bust Out 2:34 A3 –Jett Powers Go Girl Go 2:23 A4 –The Riptides Machine Gun 2:10 A5 –The Rivingtons Mama-Oom-Mow-Mow 2:29 A6 –The Rivingtons The Bird's The Word 2:14 A7 –The Trashmen Surfin' Bird 2:25 B1 –Andre Williams Bacon Fat 3:06 B2 –Andre Williams Jail Bait 3:26 B3 –The Frantics Werewolf 2:05 B4 –Del Raney's Umbrellas* Can Your Hossie Do The Dog 2:13 B5 –Jack Scott The Way I Walk 2:47 B6 –Andy Starr Give Me A Woman 2:27 B7 –Herbie Duncan Hot Lips Baby 2:22 (Born Bad)
  • Out of stock
    Vinyl reissue of this classic Oi! compilation originally released on Secret Records in 1981. It features tracks by the biggest bands of the genre like: 4 Skins, Blitz, Red Alert, Peter & The Test Tube Babies, Infa-Riot or The Business. This album went straight to number four of the independent charts and became probably the best Oi! compilation ever issued. Includes original artwork inner bag. Limited Vinyl reissue of 500 copies, 250 black and 250 white vinyl. Tracklist: A1 - Garry Johnson - United A2 - JJ All Stars - Dambusters March A3 - The Business - Suburban Rebels A4 - Infa Riot - Each Dawn I Die A5 - The Partisans - Arms Race A6 - The Ejected - East End Kids A7 - Peter And The Test Tube Babies - Transvestite A8 - Blitz - Nation On Fire A9 - The Last Resort - King Of The Jungle B1 - The Gonads - Tuckers Ruckers Ain't No Suckers B2 - 4 Skins - Evil B3 - The Business - Product B4 - Red Alert - SPG B5 - Oi The Comrade - Guvnors Man B6 - Peter And The Test Tube Babies - Maniac B7 - The Ejected - What Am I Gonna Do B8 - The Partisans - No U Turns B9 - Blitz - Youth B10 - Oi The Choir - Walk On This reissue © Daily Records Vintage Series 2021 issued under the license from Cherry Red records ltd. Originally released in 1981 on Secret Records. (Daily Records)
  • Out of stock
    Classic and legendary international HC comp put out by Pushead (who of course did the artwork and included his own band Septic Death) in 1985. "Cleanse the Bacteria (in Spanish , "Clean bacteria") is a compilation album of hardcore punk groupspublished in 1985 by the Pusmort Records label and compiled by the graphic artist Pushead (owner of Pusmort and singer of Septic Death ), whose drawings illustrate the album cover. It is a compilation that has acquired the category of cult album. In it, several pioneering bands of hardcore punk and grindcore appear , such as Siege (of whom this is their only official reference). The album features Pushead artwork on the cover and was the label's second release (Pusmort reference 0012-02). The first run came with a free maxi single (Pusmort 0012-03), with more songs from some of the groups on the compilation. Although several of the groups included are of American origin , the majority come from different countries, which makes the album one of the first international hardcore compilations (after Welcome to 1984 , World class punk , PEACE and a few others). Along with the North Americans ( 7 Seconds , the aforementioned Siege , Corrosion of Conformity , Poison Idea and Pushead's Septic Death ), there are the Australians Civil Dissident , the English Instigators and Part 1 (a group ofdarkwave related to Rudimentary Peni ), the Swedes Crude SS and Mob 47 , the Norwegians Akutt Innleggelse , the Japanese Execute , the Dutch Genocide Express (ex Agent Orange ), the Germans Inferno , the Danish Enola Gay , the Finnish Holy Dolls (ex Riistetyt ), the Belgians Zyklome A and the Austrians Extrem." Wikipedia Tracklist: A1 7 Seconds– Regress No Way A2 7 Seconds– We're Gonna Fight A3 Civil Dissident– 20th Century Holocaust Pt. II A4 Civil Dissident– Death For A Buzz A5 Instigators– 53rd State A6 Instigators– The Blood Is On Your Hands A7 Instigators– Free (You're Not) A8 Siege – Sad But True A9 Siege – Cold War A10 Siege – Walls A11 C.O.C.*– Kiss Of Death A12 Crude SS– Nazi Go Home A13 Crude SS– Sprang Alla Komunhus A14 Akutt Innleggelse– Tenk Na! A15 The Execute– Slash (Live) B1 Part 1– Black Mass B2 Poison Idea– Typical B3 Poison Idea– Die On Your Knees B4 Genocide Express– Genocide Express B5 Genocide Express– Factory B6 Inferno – Wir Sind Schon Tot II B7 Inferno – Freitod B8 Mob 47– Fred & Rattvisa B9 Mob 47– Sjuk Varid B10 Mob 47– Nedrusta Nu B11 Mob 47– Snuten Styr B12 Septic Death– Terrorain B13 Septic Death– Change B14 Enola Gay– Grav Et Hul B15 Enola Gay– Enola Gay B16 Holy Dolls– Beast Of The Apocalypse B17 Zyklome A– People Die B18 Zyklome A– Angry Face B19 Extrem– Nazi Raus C1 C.O.C.*– Prayer C2 Mob 47– Religion Är Hjärntvätt C3 Civil Dissident– That Was This Is C4 Genocide Express– Emotions D1 Instigators– Wrong Word D2 Part 1– Possessed D3 Poison Idea– I Gotta Right (TV Party Records/Fanclub Pressing)
  • Color Vinyl
    Ltd. Edn. Dayglo sleeve + ORANGE VINYL 2xLP. Soul Jazz Records new ‘Cold Wave’ is a new collection of current electronic artists who have all been shaped by the early European cold wave artists of the late 70s and early 80s. This is the first release of Soul Jazz Records’ new Cold Wave overview and a second volume will be released just four weeks later. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This first edition of Cold Wave comes in two vinyl editions – a one-off pressing orange coloured vinyl edition and a black vinyl edition. Both come as heavyweight double vinyl housed in bespoke individual inner sleeves and the limited edition first pressing of this album comes with its own free pull-out fanzine on the groups featured. The CD edition comes with artist booklet/fanzine and slipcase. All editions are printed in special dayglo colour finish. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- These first artists created new electronic musical landscapes as well as pursuing a stubborn D-I-Y aesthetic, often releasing material on cassette and pioneering use of lo-fi technology, primitive drum machines and home-recording techniques. As part of this continued evolution today many of the artists featured here also self-release their own material, run labels, publish fanzines, or are part of wider musical collectives. Aside from the first electronic, no wave, and post-punk artists cited as influences –Suicide, Patrick Cowley, The Normal, Martin Hannett, Laurie Anderson, Public Image – this new generation of artists also show an exquisitely open source of electronic and disparate influences, everything from Underground Resistance to Purcell, from Scientist to New Beat and more besides. Most of the featured artists are based in Europe and include Krikor, Dissemblance and VQOA from France, De Ambassade from the Netherlands, Moisture from Sweden, Kriedler from Germany, Céline Gillain and Carcass Identity from Belgium. One exception is FIT Siegel out of Detroit, connecting the electronic pathways of Europe to the Motor City. All of the bands featured here make distinctive contemporary music out of the 80s roots of the first cold wave movement. (Soul Jazz Records)
  • Color Vinyl
    Soul Jazz Records new ‘Cold Wave’ is a new collection of current electronic artists who have all been shaped by the early European cold wave artists of the late 70s and early 80s. This is the second release of Soul Jazz Records’ new Cold Wave overview. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This second edition Cold Wave #2 comes in two vinyl editions – a one-off pressing purple coloured vinyl edition and a black vinyl edition. Both come as heavyweight double vinyl housed in bespoke individual inner sleeves and the limited edition first pressing of this album comes with its own free pull-out fanzine on the groups featured. The CD edition comes with artist booklet/fanzine and slipcase. All editions are printed in special dayglo colour finish. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ These first artists created new electronic musical landscapes as well as pursuing a stubborn D-I-Y aesthetic, often releasing material on cassette and pioneering use of lo-fi technology, primitive drum machines and home-recording techniques. As part of this continued evolution today many of the artists featured here also self-release their own material, run labels, publish fanzines, or are part of wider musical collectives. Aside from the first electronic, no wave, and post-punk artists cited as influences –Suicide, Patrick Cowley, The Normal, Martin Hannett, Laurie Anderson, Public Image – this new generation of artists also show an exquisitely open source of electronic and disparate influences, everything from Underground Resistance to Purcell, from Scientist to New Beat and more besides. Most of the featured artists are based in Europe and include Krikor from France, Beta Evers and L.F.T. from Germany, Lena Willikens, Job Siffre and De Ambassade from the Netherlands, Toulouse Low Trax from Germany, Dave I.D. and Broken English Club from the UK, and V.C.V.S from Georgia All of the bands featured here make distinctive contemporary music out of the 80s roots of the first cold wave movement. (Soul Jazz Records)
  • Out of stock
    Cuba: Music and Revolution: Culture Clash in Havana: Experiments in Latin Music 1975-85 Vol. 1 is the new album compiled by Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records) that explores the many new styles that emerged in Cuba in the 1970s as Jazz, Funk, Brazilian Tropicalia and even Disco mixed together with Latin and Salsa on the island as Cuban artists experimented with new musical forms created in the unique socialist state of Cuba. The album comes as a heavyweight 3xLP and deluxe 2xCD set, complete with extensive sleeve notes, and is jam-packed with heavy bass lines, synth and Wah-Wah guitar funk combined with the heavyweight percussion, powerful brass lines and the all-encompassing Latin rhythms of Cuban music known throughout the world. The album is released to coincide with the massive new deluxe large format book Cuba: Music and Revolution: Original Cover Art of Cuban Music: Record Sleeve Designs of Revolutionary Cuba 1959-90, published in November, which is also compiled by Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records), and which features the music and record designs of Cuba, made in the 30-year period following the Cuban Revolution. The music on this album features legendary Cuban groups such as Irakere, Los Van Van and Pablo Milanés as well as a host of lesser known artists such as the radical Grupo De Experimentación, Juan Pablo Torres and Algo Nuevo, Grupo Monumental and Orquesta Ritmo Oriental, groups whose names remain largely unknown outside of Cuba owing to the now 60-year old US trade embargo which remains in place today and which prevents trade with Cuba – and thus most Cuban records were only ever available in Cuba or in ex-Soviet Union states. The music on this album reflects the most cutting-edge of Cuban groups that were recording in Cuba in the 1970s and 1980s – who were all searching for a new Cuban identity and new musical forms that reflected both the Afro-Cuban cultural heritage of a nation that gave birth to Latin music - and its new position as a socialist state. Most of the music featured on this album have never been heard outside of Cuba. Both Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker have been involved in Cuban music for more than two decades – Gilles Peterson with his many Havana Cultura projects for his Brownswood label and Stuart Baker with a number of Soul Jazz Records albums recorded in Cuba. This Soul Jazz Records album is released in conjunction with Egrem, the Cuban state record company, and has been put together after the many crate-digging trips that both compilers have made on the streets of Havana and beyond in Cuba stretching over a 20-year period, searching out rare and elusive original Cuban vinyl records. (Soul Jazz Records)
  • In 1970 Miles Davis released “Bitches Brew”, which crystalised the trumpeter and bandleader’sexperiments in rhythm, electronics and musical structure which he had been building on over the previous three years. The album has since become one of the most influential in musical history and was joined over the next couple of years by “Jack Johnson and “On The Corner” in defining the future of music. Miles was the master bandleader and his LPs at the time declared that these were his ‘Directions In Music’, but he forged them with the help of a hand-picked group of musicians who proved themselves good enough to share his space on stage and in the studio. These players would all become central to jazz’s continued relevance and many would go on the record best-selling jazz records of their own. This compilation looks at the records that they made around the time they played with Miles and how they fed into or were fed by their time in his group. So we have Wayne Shorter and Joe Zawinul with versions of tracks they cut with Miles. Herbie Hancock’s journey into the electronic instruments that Miles convinced him to play, and Keith Jarrett’s firm rejection of them. Lonnie Liston Smith borrows the Indian percussion from “On The Corner” for his take on electronic funk. Chick Corea, John McLaughlin and Gary Bartz all show their distinctive talents that were allowed to shine in Miles’ band. As a bonus, we have Miles’ musicians alongside Betty Davis (his wife at the time) on a take of Cream’s ‘Politician Man’ and Miles’ 1970 group live at The Cellar Door on Joe Zawinul’s ‘Directions’. Tracklist A1 Joe Zawinul– In A Silent Way 4:45 A2 Wayne Shorter– Sweet Pea 4:33 A3 Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes*– In Search Of Truth 7:09 B1 John McLaughlin– Arjen's Bag 4:11 B2 Betty Davis– Politician Man 5:43 B3 Gary Bartz NTU Troop– Uhuru Sasa 6:45 C1 Miles Davis– Directions (16 December 1970, First Set) 8:54 C2 Keith Jarrett– Common Mama 8:09 D1 Chick Corea– Song Of The Wind (Alt Take) 6:44 D2 Herbie Hancock– You'll Know When You Get There 10:05 (BGP Records)
  • Rastafarianism came to prominence in the late 1960’s/ 1970’s and had a huge influence on the musical culture in Jamaica. The sentiments of the songs reflected the struggles of life, as reggae music always did but now with an added spiritual/conscious element to the lyrics. By the mid 1970’s most, if not all the top flight singers were following the doctrine and growing their har to dreadlocks. (Kigston Sounds Records)
  • A double album exploring the explosion of wealth of music springing from the squats and bedsits and artschools of Cologne, Dusseldorf, Hamburg and West Berlin in the aftermath of punk from the likes of Der Plan, Holger Hiller, Palais Schaumberg, Conrad Schnitzler and a host more. Do not adjust your sets. Take a step back from the tracking. This is the sound of Germany’s musical youth let loose on cheap synths and pawnshop guitars. A record of a disparate s cene of squat pop-stars, artschool upstarts and committed non-musicians who redefined German music in the first half of the 1980s. By the dawn of the new decade, punk had burnt out in a frenzy of feedback, reshaping the musical landscape before burrowing back into the underground for a period of reinvention. But the scorched earth it left behind proved to be fertile soil, nurturing a new movement grass-rooting through Germany’s major cities. For the first time the country had its own youth culture, spilling out of the squats of Hamburg and West Berlin, occupying the art scene in Düsseldorf and Köln and congregating around independent record shops stocked with angsty import 7”s. Empowered by punk’s DIY spirit, these kids valued conviction over competence, opting to ignore the industry and make music for themselves, sung in their own language. Even the cats we now call krautrock, revolutionary though they were, mostly sang in English, adopting the lingua franca of rock & roll as a shorthand for authenticity for a native crowd who wouldn’t have it any other way. This new scene rejected the expected, celebrating freedom of expression above all else. Armed with unconventional instruments, newly affordable electronics and rudimentary recording gear, they worked from the ground up, building basic rhythms and simple melodies into mutant grooves and following their imagination wherever it took them. The result was a genre-fluid wave of fusion pop pulled from funk, punk, jazz and reggae; united in attitude rather than aesthetic. Lyrically, the groups explored the serious and silly, embracing the irreverence of dadaism to deliberately displease the earnest alternativen of the older generation. (Bureau B Records)
  • International Streetpunk/Oi! compilation with previously unreleased songs by OPPRESSED, PROWLERS, BOIS, ENRAGED MINORITY and CAMORRA There is no doubt about the statement. Tracklist: 01 The Oppressed Crucify The Police 02 The Oppressed Enoch Power 03 The Prowlers Prowlers Crew 04 The Prowlers Protect & Serve 05 The Prowlers We Are Blind 06 The Bois Sharp Skin Till I Die 07 The Bois Keeping It Real 08 The Bois United We Stand 09 The Oppressed This Machine 10 The Oppressed Fuck Em All 11 Enraged Minority Classwar Rock´n´roll 12 Enraged Minority Remember 13 Enraged Minority Two Generations 14 Camorra You Make Me Sick 15 Camorra My Choice 16 Camorra Life Goes Away (Mad Butcher Records)
  • The new vinyl pressing of the 1982 DC punk sampler "Flex Your Head" is now available. This is one of the must own compilations out there if your into the '80s D.C. hardcore. You'll find most of the important D.C. bands of that time on this compilation. Most play fast thrashy hardcore, sometimes too simple, but always honest & angry. Tracks from TEEN IDLES, STATE OF ALERT, GOVERNMENT ISSUE, MINOR THREAT, UNTOUCHABLES, IRON CROSS, YOUTH BRIGADE, DEADLINE, RED C, ARTIFICIAL PEACE and VOID. We're not responsible for damage incurred while slam dancing in your bedroom when listening to this. (Dischord Records)
  • Color Vinyl
    The full soundtrack to the classic skate video from an era when the music choices were as formative as the style. Featuring tracks from The Stooges, Gray Matter, Placebo, The Faction, The Prodigy and hosted by the one and only Johnny Rotten, this soundtrack is a must have for any fan of late 90s / early 00s skate culture. Pressed on Yellow / Black splattered vinyl, comes with a 12” x 12” sticker sheet with 6 designs. Limited pressing of 500! Side A: Johnny Rotten - Master of Ceremonies & Introduction The Stooges (Flip Team) - Be Your Dog Placebo (Mark Appleyard) - Every You, Every Me Gray Matter (Ali Boulala) - Burn No Bridges The Faction (Alex Chalmers) - Let’s Go Get Cokes Mr. Dibbs (Bastien Salabanzi) - Turntable Scientifics Gray Matter (Geoff Rowley) - I Am The Walrus Side B: The Prodigy (Rune Glifberg) - Breathe Edith Piaf (Tom Penny) - La Vie En Rose Velvet Underground (Tom Penny) - Venus In Furs David Bowie (Arto Saari) - 1984 David Bowie (Arto Saari) - Rock And Roll Suicide Connie Francis (Sorry!) - Who’s Sorry Now? (Unofficial Release)
  • Out of stock
    Absolutely stacked comp from some of the most hyperactive rockers from Syd and beyond. No idea how they managed to cram 46 tracks onto 2LPs, but somehow the latest GTRRC comp is bigger than ever, with a bunch of underground hero worship in the form egg punk to meat and potatoes covers of the classics—a fully rounded punk meal! Straight Arrows covering The Fugs, C.O.F.F.I.N. doing Funkadelic, Set Top Box takes on The Thought Criminals, Prison Affair takes on both ABBA and Kiss, 1800 Mikey covers Nena, and more features from Snooper, Research Reactor Corps, GeeTee, Power Plant, Erik Nervous, The Archaeas, M.A.Z.E., Satanic Togas, Sistema De Entretenimiento, and more. Hey hey my my… Rock’n’roll will never die! -Mitch (Repressed Records) (Legless / Erste Theke Tonträger ‎/ Under The Gun Records )
  • Out of stock
    Part 2 of this great international compilation series including 26 all female* Punk/Hardcore bands from 15 countries. LP comes with free CD version. (2021) SIEDA A 1. BASOFIAS „No Sos Punk“ (Argentina) 2. MESSED UP „Who Gave You The Right To?“ (Belarus) 3. DAMN BROADS „Smile for the camera“ (USA) 4. CATPUKE „Eat the rich“ (Phillippines) 5. DEVASTADORAS „A paz nao existe” (Brazil) 6. PENADAS POR LA LEY „Suena, Vive & Peka“ (Argentina) 7. TORTEN SCHLACHT „Angst“ (Germany) 8. MENSTRUAL TRAMPS „Cutthroat“ (USA) 9. HEKSA „Sal De Mi Vista“ (Spain) 10. SHOOTING DAGGERS „Hostile“ (England) 11. REVIVIR HC „Cuidar“ (Chile) 12. LUCKY MALICE „Ingen forskjell”“ (Norway) 13. PIINAVIIKKO „Väsynyt“ (Finland) SIDE B 14. ZIMNY MAJ „Anomalia“ (Poland) 15. ABIERTAS HASTA EL AMANECER „La Credencial“ (Spain) 16. THE VENOMOUS PINKS „I really don’t care“ (USA) 17. BEYOND PINK „Jag är en hund “ (Sweden) 18. THE DARTS „My way“ (USA) 19. SANTA MUERTE „Hipocrisia Never Ends“ (Brazil) 20. CHOKE COCOI „Gangstahlayp“ (Phillippines) 21. DERRUMBANDO DEFENSAS „Confrontar“ (Chile) 22. HANAKO „пошел на_уй, мачо“ (Russia) 23. MOLESTYA „Sileno“ (Italy) 24. PALTAX „Linyeras“ (Argentina) 25. KJOLTYG „Fuck off” (Sweden) 26. KURRAKÄ „Otra dimension” (USA) Cover design by Agnès Aubry. It shows Mumu, Singer of Attentat Sonore. (Fire and Flames Records)
  • "Founded by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, the now legendary Red Bird was, for a time, the hottest independent record label in 1960s America. Working out of New York’s renowned Brill Building, George “Shadow” Morton along with the husband and wife team of Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich, produced some of the most influential girl group sounds of the time. So this, my friends, is a real treat for fans of Red Bird and the associated Blue Cat, Tiger and Daisy labels. The aforementioned Shangri-Las kick-off this 17 track affair. Man, I cannot stress enough my love for The Shangri-Las on these punk rock pages. It’s got to the stage where I’m convinced I should’ve been a heartbroken teenage girl from New York in 1960-something. God, I’m such a sucker for the so-called melodramatic “death disc.” Leader of the Pack was made for vinyl and it sounds as resplendent as ever, here. The Dixie Cups track of choice is Iko Iko; favoured ahead of Chapel of Love. There are so many amazing cuts on display across both sides of the wax, but the side A closer of Go Now by Bessie Banks takes some beating. Step aside, The Moody Blues. If you love Sixties girl groups or you’re looking to discover the hippest sounds around at that time, then Go Girls is a welcome addition to any collection." Track List A1 The Shangri-Las– Leader Of The Pack A2 The Ad Libs– The Boy From New York City A3 The Dixie Cups– Iko Iko A4 The Bouquets– Welcome To My Heart A5 Chi-Chi McCauley*– I Know He Loves Me A6 The Goodies – Sophisticated Boom Boom A7 Leola* And The Lovejoys – He Ain't No Angel A8 Bessie Banks– Go Now B1 Evie Sands– Run Home To Your Mama B2 Didi Noel– Let The Music Play B3 Linda Jones– You Hit Me Like T.N.T. B4 Dee Dee Warwick– Don't Think My Baby's Coming Back B5 Ellie Greenwich– Baby B6 The Lovejoys – It's Might Nice B7 Roddie Joy– Love Hit Me With A Wallop B8 Cathy Saint– Mr Heartbreak B9 The Butterflys– Goodnight Baby (Charly Record)
  • Forget Bloodstains and Back To Front - it’s Heroes Of The Night! A first of its kind document of all female-fronted U.K. and Irish Punk, Powerpop, New Wave, Hard Rock and Synth-Pop 45s! A selection from a dozen of the greatest and rarest femme-vox 7’s – including APRIL SOUTH, THE RUSSIANS, TEACHER’S PET, METROPOLIS and more. From the Midlands and the Merseyside to the North and the Six Counties, Heroes Of The Night shines a light on the still-undersung female pioneers and trailblazers who emerged out of the punk and new wave maelstrom/malestrom. Tracklist A1 The Russians – No Title A2 Cheap Cinema– Fade Away A3 Glass Torpedoes– Tall Stories A4 Vermilion* And The Aces – I Like Motorcycles A5 April South & The Pennies– Heroes Of The Night A6 The Chevrons – No More Tears A7 Teacher's Pet – Missing Person B1 Houston we have a problem– Another Bottle Of Wine B2 The Cry – Love Is Necessary B3 Metropolis – See No Reason B4 Risk – You Took The Risk B5 Three Phase– All I Want To Do (Is Fall In Love With You) (Reminder Records)
  • The compilation album Heures sans Soleil was originally released in October 1985 in an edition of 1000 copies. It was the fourth vinyl release on LTM, the label I founded while still at school in Edinburgh, and followed on from singles by Minny Pops and A Primary Industry, as well a live album by Crispy Ambulance. . . . I can't claim the idea of an artsy cosmopolitan compilation album was terribly original. I was 19 years old at the time, and still deep in the thrall of earlier Crépuscule collections such as From Brussels With Love and The Fruit of the Original Sin." Includes extended liner notes by James Nice. Released in collaboration with LTM/James Nice. 180-gram vinyl. Includes tracks by Section 25, Anti-Group, Minny Pops, Tuxedomoon, Mazowsze, Eric Random, Dislocation Dance, The Happy Family, Section 25 , Crispy Ambulance, and A Primary Industry. (Song Cycle Records)
  • Out of stock
    Not so known but also great and mega-rare Finnish HC-compilation from 1984! Contains 8 songs, never reissued before, including the fantastic PURKAUS + 3 other bands! They all came from a little town called Hyvinkää 50 kilometers north of Helsinki! Over 15 minutes, 8 songs / four bands.The original EP was sold on discogs for 320€ already six years ago! Tracklist A1 –Purkaus Maailma Tänään A2 –Purkaus Suomi A3 –Sotakulttuuri Balladi Maailmalle A4 –Sotakulttuuri Pääta Huimaa B1 –Terrori Väkivaltaa B2 –Terrori Jeesukset B3 –Painajainen Se On Sun Valintasi B4 –Painajainen Unohtunut Elämä (Hohnie Records)
  • Songs from the Greek Underground 1925-1940. This compilation features some great examples of rebetika songs from the '20s and '30s including some well-known artists like Rosa Eskenazi, Markos Vamvakaris, Anestis Delias, Rita Abadzi, and others. An excellent overview of the phenomenon for anyone interested in southern European folk music history. Also features K. Kostis, Yiorgos Kavouras, Adonis Kalivopoulos, El. Melemenlis, Michailis Yentsaris, A. Kostis, Marika Politissa, Apostolos Hadzichristos, and Stellakis Perpiniadis. Side 1: 1 Rita Abadzi - I Margarita (1937) 2 Anestis Delias - To Haremi Sto Hamam (Mes'tis Polis To Hamam) (1936) 3 K. Kostis - Troumba (1931) 4 Rosa Eskenazi - Mas Kynigoun Ton Argile (1934) 5 Markos Vamvakaris - I Klostirou (1934) 6 Yiorgos Kavouras - Dhen Tha'rtho Peia Stin Kokkinia (1940) 7 Adonis Kalivopoulos - Paraponioude I Mages Mas (1933) Side 2: 1 Rita Abadzi - Markopouliotissa (1933) 2 El. Melemenlis - Tsifte Telli (1925) 3 Michailis Yentsaris - Ego Mangas Fenomouna (1937) 4 A. Kostis - Me Pianoune Zaladhes (1931) 5 Marika Politissa - Melachrinoula (1931) 6 Markos Vamvakaris & Apostolos Hadzichristos - To Portofoli (1940) 7 Stellakis Perpiniadis - Hthes To Vradi Ston Teke (1934) (Take It Acid Is Records)
  • LINER NOTES: An extract from the novel “Bovver Birds Rool”: Dawn pushed Sue’s head as hard as she could against the stone wall of the school. The connection registered with a gruesome “thud”. “That’s for getting off with Steve”, she snarled. A second girl cracked Sue sharply around the face with an open palm and then kicked her as she slumped to the ground.. “Do not mess…” shrieked Jane. “Do you understand, Bitch!” A descending bike chain left a bloody trail across Sue’s now fractured skull. “Have you learned your lesson, Bitch, or do you want some knuckle too? Well… do you?” Dawn smiled approvingly at Jane and the two girls linked arms and walked away. “What are you staring at?” , snapped Dawn at their first passer-by, Dave, a pale and sullen lad from school. “I’m not quite sure,” he quickly replied. “It walks like a bloke and talks like a bloke, but it’s got girly bits… Or, at least, I think it has.” Jane quickly broke away from Dawn and started to run towards Dave who immediately quickened his pace. “And you’ll never find out you piece of chicken shit,” she screamed. (to be continued…) Bovver Birds & Knuckle Girls... a rare burst of etiquette. So what would you get on a date with a Bovver Bird or a Knuckle Girl? A few harsh words and a cheap thrill- or a competitively-priced thrill, at least. Up against the wall. Nothing fancy, just a bit of “hanky panky” with your tougher-than-average Knuckle Sandwich Nancy. “Girls used only to resort to psychological bullying… Now they’re moving in gangs and using bicycle chains, knives and clubs. In fact they’re beginning to behave in a way once only associated with the roughest of boys.” Henry Clover, Press Officer Of The National Union Of Teachers. (Angry Young Wom Records) TRACKLIST: 01 - KUNY - I can see the changes - 2.28 02 - CAROL AND THE BOSTON GARDEN - Suzuki 75 - 2.37 03 - DESIRA - Gorilla - 3.30 04 - ROCK FOLLIES - O.K.? - 3.35 05 - TWINKLE RIPLEY - Caroline - 3.28 06 - MISTY - Resurrection shuffle - 3.10 07 - KRISTINE SPARKLE - Eight days a week - 2.59 --------------------------------------------- 08 - GLO MACARI - Lookin' for love - 2.57 09 - LELLY BOONE - When will I be loved - 2.26 10 - C. STAR - Bad boy - 3.10 11 - VICKY FURY - Flipper story - 3.24 12 - AYSHEA - Farewell - 4.14 13 - HEART - Lovemaker - 3.00 14 - VIC LEZAL'S PROFESSIONALS - Blitz at the Ritz - 2.22
  • LINER NOTES: An extract from the novel “Bovver Birds Rool” (…continued) “That must hurt”, said Dave. He hovered over Sue as she shakily tried to return to her feet. “Well help me, then”, barked Sue with a pained expression, “don’t just flippin’ stand there”. “I think this fell off”, said Dave as he handed Sue back her bloodied Marc Bolan rosette. “Great”, snapped Sue, “Steve’s only just given me that… Which way did they go?” “Don’t be daft”, said Dave, “you’re in no fit state.” At Tuesday night’s Stall Street Disco, Dawn and Jane were busy victory dancing to their anthem, Hector’s “Wired Up”, darting hard-faced Knuckle Girl glares at any boy daring enough to comment on their togetherness with an ill-advised wink and a nudge to his immediate neighbour. Meanwhile, Sue had invested her last 2p in a phone call to her best mate “Sand”, short for Sandra. “Sand” was the self-elected leader of the Bovver Birds, the female contingent of The Larkhall Legion, who were beginning to assemble around the entrance to the disco. “Tired of living?” were the last words Dawn heard as her face hit the floor.“You cow!,” Dawn screamed, as she pulled out the remnants of her own front tooth and threw it in the face her towering tormentor. “The Knuckle Girls buckle and the Bovver Birds win. Again!,” announced Sand in a loud but deadpan voice over the continuing Hector music. “We’ll leave you alone now to bury your dead. … “Birds” is still the word, and you’ve should been shat on from a great height. Next time, bitches!” A bow-tied bouncer strong-armed “Sand” from the hall, dragging her by the arms as she still tried to pitch a globule of carefully-harvested spittle over her agitator. “And there’s a greeny for you,” she shrieked with delight as it landed successfully. (to be continued…) (Angry Young Wom Records) TRACKLIST: NINA MARTIN - I'm aggressive (Germany 1976) - 3.02 NORAH - The Battle For My Love (Spain 1974) - 3.55 PHILADELPHIA - School's back (USA?? 1977) - 3.36 PAULA LINCOLN - It's the monster again (Netherlands 1975) - 2.44 VERMILION - I Like Motorcycles (UK 1979) - 2.49 BOBBIE McGEE - Upside down (UK 1974) - 3.00 NQB - Long long weekend (Sweden 1973) - 3.33 THE ALISON MARKLEW BAND - Midnight rider (UK 1975) - 3.27 LORENZA JOHNSON - Mr. Teaser (UK 1973) - 3.13 RADAR - Nobody knows (Netherlands 1977) - 2.48 ROCK FOLLIES - Good Behaviour (UK 1976) - 2.36 THE (NEW) SETTLERS - Lifelight (UK 1974) - 3.57 PUNCHIN' JUDY - Settle down (UK 1974) - 3.42 JUDITH CROWNE - Steam hammer (UK 1973) -2.47
  • Back in stock
    Cult Slovenian punk rock compilation recorded from 13 July till 22 September 1981 at studio Radio Student. 40 unreleased photos of the bands, big poster 70x50 cm both side printed, lyrics and info by Igor Vidmar. This is, along with "Buka i urlik" and "Novi punk val", one of the most important documents of ex-Yugo punk. A real must have! Features : Kuzle, Sund, Buldogi, Indust Bag and Lublanski Psi. - 40 unreleased photos of the bands - big poster 70x50 cm both side printed - lyrics and info by igor vidmar - limited to 200 only. (Rest In Punk Records)
  • This collection of 16 tracks from the Flying Dutchman label were recorded from 1969 to 1974 and combine Spiritual jazz and protest songs from a revolutionary time. Blacks And Blues ‘Toast To The People’ is an unreleased early Gil Scott Heron song (later re-recorded), Bob Thiele Emergency ‘Lament For John Coltrane a hauntingly beautiful tribute to the great man ft Joe Farrell on flute. Lonnie Liston Smith ‘Sais (Egypt)’, Ornette Coleman ‘Friends and Neighbors’ , Gato Barbieri ‘Tupac Amaru’ and Norweigen’s Esoteric Circle ‘Nefertite’ deep spiritual jazz. Angela Davis, H Rap Brown and Carl b Stokes provide some spoken word protest songs. Music for the mind. Tracks 01. Angela Davis - We're Threatening The Oppressors 02. Gil Scott-Heron - The Revolution Will Not Be Televised 03. Black And Blues - Toast To The People 04. Louis Armstrong With Leon Thomas - The Creator Has A Master Plan 05. Bob Thiele Emergency - Lament For John Coltrane 06. Carl B Stokes With The Oliver Nelson Orchestra - Sit Down 07. Ornette Coleman - Friends And Neighbors 08. H Rap Brown - Excerpt From Speech #2:Do Your Own Thing 09. Leon Thomas - Echoes 10. The Esoteric Circle - Nefertite 11. Gato Barbieri - Tupac Amaru 12. The Oliver Nelson Orchestra - Martin Was A Man, A Real Man 13. Carl B Stokes With The Oliver Nelson Orchestra - Paint It Black 14. Chico Hamilton - Gonna Get Some Right Now (Tiger Archives Records)
  • Out of stock
    Τρία 7' που συγκεντρώνουν δώδεκα συγκροτήματα από όλο τον κόσμο: Ballast, La Fraction, Easpa Measa, Criatura, Juggling Jugulars, Signal Lost, Abductee SD,  Schifosi, No Rest, Six Year Plan, The Assassinators και Sangre. Όλα τα τραγούδια είναι ακυκλοφόρητα και οι στίχοι τους ασχολούνται με τον σεξισμό. Δύο ένθετα βιβλία, χειροποίητο εξώφυλλο και αφίσα. (Stonehenge Records)


Go to Top