Two of them, part of this first batch of Brazilian 7"s reesiues, are Os 5 Jotas and Ronaldo Soares that represent the most excentric rock made in Brazil during the 60's. Os 5 Jotas are a garage combo from rio de Janeiro that have done this 2 amazing garage tunes. And Ronaldo Soares a crazy guy that made something that could have been taken from Kim Fowley archives. Great split, and now only 150 copy left. The first 150 have been sold in Brazil in the release party, February 2013. The single is folded in a double cover with Ronaldo Soares and Os 5 Jotas original sleeves.
Punk rock didn't come to Topeka, Kansas until 1979, but when it did it hit like an atom bomb. Abuse took their cue from The Stooges and the New York Dolls and then blended that into a sound all their own.Clay Galbraith's sneering vocals and slinky bass lines, Willie McNeil's pile/driver drums, and Chris Garner's chainsaw guitar created a perfect storm of American rock and roll. Three of these tracks were originally released on Flexi/disc in Bill Rich's legendary fanzine alk Talk' in 1981, and a fourth unreleased track, ll I Wanna Do', is included here for the first time ever. This is raw primal rock, the way it was me... + INFO
A monster 45 by Greek freak-scene Acid Baby Jesus! Vibrating from Athens, the most ancient depth of the garage swamp, these lysergic godz have delivered a three track psych-punk single that'll turn your speakers into ruinous rubble! The discus opens with "Hospitals," a classic stomper with an incredibly hooky vocal driven by a wailing riff overloaded with reverb, twang, fuzz and echo: a truly supreme anthem that ouzos with loud-fidelity wizardry. The single's single, and equally stellar as "Hospitals", "It's On Me" has a brilliantly trippy video directed by acclaimed Greek cinematography team BLICKER. The B-side, "Los... + INFO
The Adjusters are a five-piece punk/rock'n'roll band from North West England. With their high-energy shows, rock'n'roll attitude and their love and passion for the music. Tracklist: A. Wrong Place, Wrong Time, B. You Gotta Say