Another fabulous, long-awaited release by this French/German/English band, already well-established in the 60s garage and punkrock scene. Once again, they wrote all their songs in a spontaneous and eclectic way: starting from fuzz garage punk, exotic beat (hit single "married men" on Butterfly Records) and moody tunes, even moving to top moody tunes which could have been written by The Zombies or The Kinks, cynical French pop and surf, and finally ending up with two instrumentals which may make you believe youre watching the latest Tarantino. This time, this album has nothing to do with legendary Curlee Wurlee!s wild ... + INFO
Hank Robot is Kim Kix of Powersolo and his collaborators here are dirty, nasty and desperate men, dead set on destruction. Together they took elements of psychobilly, punk, surf, garage and trashy French pop to deliver this awesome and utterly entertaining album.
Cryptic fuzz punk meets 60s influenced garage weirdos: no clichs, just super original super raw garage tunes. THE SKEPTICS are a unique one-man creation interpreted live by a French-Belgian three-piece combo. Already well-known in the international garage scene: two 7" on Frantic City Records (B), another one on Cheap Pea Records (USA), various European tours, reviews in Bananas Magazine (USA), City Trash (NL), Rock Hardi (F), Lost in Tyme (GR), etc. Sir Bart van Vraantijk played or is still acting in many other garage punk bands (in the tradition of The Sonics or The Monks, just to name few) such as The 60 Second Swi... + INFO