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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2014 8:27 pm 
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KevW wrote:
Yeah it was difficult to get a post in on those first few days! So I waited until there was a lull, but I'll hang fire for a day or two now so you can post stuff.

What d'ya mean? There were several days in the first couple of weeks in this thread when nobody posted anything and several of the days there was a post, that post didn't appear 'til well into the afternoon.


What I meant by 'well too slow' that I only occasionally remember there was something I wanted to post, then forget what, then decide not to, and when the stars do finally combine someone has posted something for that day. So I then ignore the form and just lob in loads of links to compilations in the guise of discussion anyway.

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I was referring to Kev's comment; which he has now clarified.

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Ils Sont Fous Ces Gaulois!
(1997)

1st of four volumes of Francophonic gems, encompassing yé-yé, garage, psychegaelic freak beat & other oddities.

Too varied to be represented by a single track; so take your choice of two.

For the yé yé fans:
Stella ... Si Vous Connaissez Quelque Chose De Pire Qu'Un Vampire, Parlez M'En Toujours, Ça Pourra Peut-Être Me Faire Sourire
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5hcNJLQcx0

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Alix ... J'ai Mon Amerique
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eI5uqyyg_8w

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A1 –Ali Baba & Ses 4 Voleurs* Shish Kebab Ye Ye
A2 –Les Saphirs (2) Jivaros
A3 –Les Mystics Mon Père Est Millionaire
A4 –Les Chancelliers* La Génération D'Aujour D'Hui
A5 –Basile & Ze Pecqu'Nouz Groupe* Ma Charette Est Malade, Mon Cheval Est Cassé
A6 –Alix (12) J'Ai Mon Amérique
A7 –Jacqueline Taieb 7 Heures Du Matin
A8 –Somethings, The (2) Mr Lincoln
B1 –Les Fleurs De Pavot Super Girl
B2 –Pop' Liberty 6 Qu'Est-Ce Que Ma Soeur F... Dans La Machine À Vapeur?
B3 –Falcons, The* El Camel
B4 –Jean-Pierre Kalfon Chanson Hebdomadaire
B5 –Stella (5) Si Vous Connaissez Quelque Chose De Pire Qu'Un Vampire, Parlez M'En Toujours, Ça Pourra Peut-Être Me Faire Sourire
B6 –Les Cavemen Est-Ce Un Garçon...Ou Est-Ce Une Fille?
B7 –Goliath & Ses Philistins Le Joyeux Géant Vert
B8 –Les Habits Jaunes Monsieur Longtemps

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Label samplers are pretty common things, but I got this one free when I signed up to the Memphis Industries street team several years ago for some reason. Not really a bad track on it. Not too fussed about The Pipettes, but The Go! Team are always amazing, and The Black Neon track is frigging great. First time I heard El Perro Del Mar and Dungen too, and their track is awesome!

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1 The Go! Team - We Just Won't Be Defeated
2 Dungen - Panda
3 The Russian Futurists - Paul Simon
4 The Squire of Somerton - Forgotten Son
5 Absentee - Something to Bang
6 Field Music - You're So Pretty
7 The Black Neon - Ralph & Barbara
8 The Pipettes - Your Kisses Are Wasted on Me
9 El Perro del Mar - This Loneliness

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Have to say I am loving the diversity of the comps being thrown up by this thread.

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Rough Trade Shops - Rock and Roll vol 1 (2002)

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Disc 1

1. I Got A Right - The Stooges
2. Underdog - The Dirtbombs
3. Agitated - The Electric Eels
4. Ruby - Boss Hog
5. (I'm A) Don Juan - The Embarrassment
6. She Cracked - The Modern Lovers
7. It Came From Japan - The Von Bondies
8. Tornado - Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments
9. Jim Motherfucker - Gaunt
10. Hey Sailor - The Detroit Cobras
11. Round Every Corner - Thee Headcoats
12. Ain't It Fun - Rocket From The Tombs
13. Hey Bastard - STP
14. Outsmarted - The Hives
15. Tony's Theme - Pixies
16. Big Jesus Trashcan - The Birthday Party
17. Headburn - Halo Of Flies
18. C.Q. - Clinic
19. 2 Kindsa Love - The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
20. Freakshop USA - Monster Magnet
21. Doctor Bucks Letter - The Fall
22. Human Fly - The Cramps
23. Summertime Blues - Guitar Wolf
24. Skunk (Sonically Speaking) - MC5

Disc 2

1. Hate The Plice - Mudhoney
2. Know Your Product - The Saints
3. Chase The Dragon - Beasts Of Bourbon
4. Human Cannonball - Butthole Surfers
5. Rocket USA - Suicide
6. Stand Up! - PW Long with Reelfoot
7. Alright - Pussy Galore
8. That's How I Escaped My Certain Fate - Mission Of Burma
9. Cat Claw - The Kills
10. Nonalignment Pact - Pere Ubu
11. Phobias - L.A.L.
12. My Rival - Alex Chilton
13. Stained & Lit - Red Red Meat
14. View From Here - The Gories
15. Born In '69 - Rocket From The Crypt
16. Otherside - The Beatings
17. Hot Wire My Heart - Crime
18. Born On The Floor - The Make Up
19. Play In The Summer - Trans Am
20. Life Of Crime - The Weirdos
21. Mercury - Royal Trux
22. More Light - J Mascis & The Fog

Another real classic for me and I'm sure others too. Got this as a present from an ex-girlfriend for the Christmas of 2003 if I remember right. It was around the time that I'd started to take the notion of being in punk bands more seriously as a long term thing - kinda like a religion rather than a hobby, something I knew I was gonna would do forever - and this compilation was like cement for that notion for me, with The Dirtbombs' version of 'Underdog' becoming something of a mantra that I listen to at least twice a day every day since then (no joke).

First time I'd ever heard life changers like Thee Headcoats, The Dirtbombs, The Gories, Pere Ubu, Guitar Wolf, The Cramps, Rocket From The Tombs and Electric Eels.

Incredible compilation, feels more like a sonic bible to me than a cd. God Bless punk rock!

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Nice. I have somewhere between a third and half of those on other things, but still might pick one up if I see one.

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Any comp with The Electric Eels, Modern Lovers, Pussy Galore, Crime, Dirtbombs, Birthday Party, Suicide, Fall, Saints, Cramps, Pere Ubu, Gories and Butthole Surfers, all bands I've posted in the classics thread is fine by me. Might spend sometime over the weekend checking out the few bands on this comp that I'm not familiar with (that's The Embarrassment, Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments, Gaunt, PW Long with Reelfoot, L.A.L., Red Red Meat & Trans Am).

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 19, 2014 9:07 pm 
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He Who Hears Horses wrote:

The Dirtbombs' version of 'Underdog' becoming something of a mantra that I listen to at least twice a day every day since then (no joke).

Expect you've heard this before Horses, but in case you haven't, Sly Stone's prototype of Underdog, recorded as a demo sometime between 1963 & 65. Very different from the Sly & The Family Stone version that The Dirtbombs based their version on.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aD0Hm3BvWQ
The Beau Brummels also recorded a version, closer to the demo, on an album produced by sly Stone.

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Might spend sometime over the weekend checking out the few bands on this comp that I'm not familiar with (that's The Embarrassment, Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments, Gaunt, PW Long with Reelfoot, L.A.L., Red Red Meat & Trans Am).


I have some Red Red Meat on an old cassette somewhere. I remember a school friend via whom I discovered many of the bands I like being quite excited about them.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 20, 2014 10:00 am 
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Might spend sometime over the weekend checking out the few bands on this comp that I'm not familiar with (that's The Embarrassment, Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments, Gaunt, PW Long with Reelfoot, L.A.L., Red Red Meat & Trans Am).


I have some Red Red Meat on an old cassette somewhere. I remember a school friend via whom I discovered many of the bands I like being quite excited about them.

Had a listen to all of these bands, except for L.A.L. who I couldn't find a link for. Quite liked The Embarrassment, didn't like Red Red Meat, Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments, Gaunt or PW Long with Reelfoot much at all, indifferent to Trans Am, but still some fantastic stuff on the remainder of that comp.

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The album that put the stetson on the side of my head. Cash covers for the Terence Higgins Trust got together by the Mekons and Lard - long before country got trendy, and obvs Cash's full backing for an AIDS benefit album was pretty notable. The production is sometimes a bit lacking but the heart in every one is fully present. Really love Marc Almond's man in Black.
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Michelle Shocked - One Piece At A Time 3:38
Stephen Mallinder - I Walk The Line 2:11
Steve Mack - Rosanna's Goin' Wild 1:55
Sally Timms - Cry, Cry, Cry 3:01
David McComb - Country Boy 1:48
Marc Riley - Wanted Man 2:42
Peter Shelley* - Straight 'A's In Love 1:45
Cathal Coughlan - Ring Of Fire 2:25
Tracey* And Melissa Beehive* - Five Feet High And Risin' 1:39
Brendan Croker - Home Of The Blues 2:33
Mary Mary (2) - Boy Named Sue 3:32
Mekons* - Folsom Prison Blues 3:19
Marc Almond - Man In Black 3:08

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Is the Mary Mary track any good? They seem a bit out of place! Mind you, I don't know about a third of the acts on there.

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It's Mary Mary as in the singer of Gaye Bykers on Acid - is there a band by that name too?

And yes it's an ace version of Boy Named Sue.

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Is that Stephen Mallinder of Cabaret Voltaire?

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It's Mary Mary as in the singer of Gaye Bykers on Acid - is there a band by that name too?

And yes it's an ace version of Boy Named Sue.


Yes! I thought you meant these two!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmKt-EqGJyc

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Is that Stephen Mallinder of Cabaret Voltaire?

Yep looks like it. Not a Cabsesque version though.

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A label sampler from 2001

Definitive Jux Presents II

–The Weathermen ... Same As It Never Was
–Aesop Rock ... Dead Pan
–Mr. Lif & Murs ... Sneak Preview
–Camu Tao ... Hold The Floor
–Rob Sonic F.U. ...For Failure Ugly
–RJD2 ... I Really Like Your Def Jux Baby Tee
–Masai Bey ... Paper Mache
–Mr. Lif ... Fulcrum (Insight Mix)
–EL-P ... Dr.Hell No And The Praying Mantis
–Atoms Family ... Mic Molest
–Y@k Ballz ... Freak Show
–EL-P ... Stepfather Factory

Sample track:
–Y@k Ballz Freak Show
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZpz9atFGro

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Trojan Calypso Box Set

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Strictly speaking, this probably should be called Trojan Mento Box Set, featuring, as it does, the Jamaican variant on calypso; calypso itself being more indigenous to Trinidad & Tobago.
One of several Trojan 3 CD boxed sets released in the early 2000s. The late lamented Mr CD in Berwick St stocked many of them for £5 a pop, making them well worth a punt.

Random sample track:
Nora Dean ... The Valet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70mUtLCttuU

CD 1

Count Lasher with Lynn Taitt & The Baba Brooks Band - The Weed (Aka Man Pyabba)
Lord Kitchener - Love In The Cemetery
Lord Creator - Big Bamboo
Charlie Binger & His Quartet - Jamaica Is The Place To Go
Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - Get Me To The Church On Time
Nora Dean - The Valet
Lord Spoon & David - Woman A Love In The Night Time
The Mighty Vikings - Do Re Mi
Aston & Yen - Skillamy
Phyllis Dillon - Nice Time
Count Alert & Lynn Taitt - In The Park
Derrick Harriott - Our Time Fe Celebrate
Marva Moore & Gaysters - Great '68
The Maytals - Bam Bam
Count Lasher & Williams with Lynn Taitt & The Baba Brooks Band - Bam Bam
Lord Kitchener - Jamaica Woman
The Undergrounds - Savito

CD 2

Lord Kitchener - Neighbour, Neighbour
Nora Dean - Must Get A Man
Count Lasher & Lynn Taitt - 'mufridite
Charlie Binger - Country Gal
Lord Creator - Paint Up, Clean Up Time
Lord Spoon & David - The World On A Wheel
Derrick Harriott - Happy Times
Count Alert with Lynn Taitt & The Baba Brooks Band & Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - Hard Time - Reggae Merengue
Lord Cristo - Dump Boy And The Parrot
Mighty Sparrow - Village Ram
The Mighty Dougla - Teacher, Teacher
Baldhead Growler - The Sausage
Mister Calypson - Muhammad Ali
Sampson The Lark - Undemocratic Rhodesia
Lord Kitchener - Kitch, You So Sweet
Count Lasher & Lynn Taitt - Old Man's Drive
Lord Tanamo - A Dash Of The Sunshine

CD 3

The Mighty Terror & His Calypsonians - Calypso War
Lord Invader & His Calypso Rhythm Boys - Me One Alone
Lord Ivanhoe & His Caribbean Knights - The Water Gobbler
Ben Bowers & Bertie King's Royal Jamaicans - Not Me (Aka Man Woman, Woman Smarter)
The Mighty Terror & His Calypsonians - Brownskin Girl
Lord Invader & His Calypso Rhythm Boys - You Don't Need Glasses To See
Lord Ivanhoe & His Caribbean Knights - Belinda
The Mighty Terror & His Calypsonians - Heading North
Lord Invader & His Calypso Rhythm Boys - I'm Going Back To Africa
Lord Ivanhoe & His Caribbean Knights - Africa, Here I Come
The Mighty Terror & His Calypsonians - Little Jeannie
Ben Bowers & Bertie King's Royal Jamaicans - Naughty Little Flea
Lord Invader & His Calypso Rhythm Boys - Mahalia, I Want Back My Dollar
Lord Ivanhoe & His Caribbean Knights - Lift The Iron Curtain
The Mighty Terror & His Calypsonians - Tv Calypso
Lord Invader & His Calypso Rhythm Boys - Teddy Boy Calypso (Bring Back The Cat-O-Nine)

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Wavy Gravy for adult enthusiasts...

Wild Garage & Surf Instros, Twisted Country laments, Dumb Novelty Ditties, all interspersed with insane B-Movie trailers

Sample tracks:

Johnny Lance ... The Big Tagedy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNNsa_QzYiI

The Motions ... Bumble Bee 65
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KyWQJcxBPlI

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The Juveniles ... Bo Diddley
Ho Ho Laughing Monster ... Ho Ho Laughing Monster
Hambone Hunter ... Bacon Fat
The Motions ... Bumble Bee '65
Igor & The Maniacs ... The Big Green
Moses Longpiece ... Slide Her Under The Door
Senator Everett McKinley ... Wild Thing
Selwyn Cox ... His Name Is Jesus
The Shandells ... Go Go Gorilla
Porter Waggoner ... Rubber Room
The Saxons ... Draggin' Around
Eddie Noack ... Psycho
The Lone Twister ... Lone Twister
Wendell Austin ... L.S.D.

Notes:
The track listed as Slide Her Under The Door by Moses Longpiece is actually The Big Tragedy by Johnny Lance and Ho Ho Laughing Monster is actually by The Cliff Dwellers

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Side 1 (Tracks 1-11) is a solid gold racket. And there's plenty of goodness on side 2 as well. Am especially partial to Pink Machine Gun (erm, I probabbly ought to rephrase...)



STUPIDS (first broadcast May 27, 1987) -
1. Heard It All Before 1:39
2. Dog Log 1:57

ELECTRO HIPPIES (first broadcast July 20, 1987) -
3. Sheep 1:25
4. Chickens 0:35
5. Mother 1:48

EXTREME NOISE TERROR (first broadcast December 2, 1987) -
6. False Profit 0:51
7. Another Nail in the Coffin 1:50
8. Carry On Screaming 1:07
9. Conned Through Life 1:28

BOLT THROWER (first broadcast January 13, 1988) -
10. Attack in the Aftermath 3:29
11. Psychological Warfare 3:30

INTENSE DEGREE (first broadcast March 15, 1988) -
12. Skate Bored 1:29
13. Intense Degree 0:15
14. Day Dreams 1:53
15. Bursting 1:16

UNSEEN TERROR (first broadcast April 11, 1988) -
16. Voice Your Opinion 3:19

NAPALM DEATH (first broadcast April 20, 1988) -
17. Moral Crusade 1:26
18. M.A.D. 1:00
19. Divine Death 0:48
20. Control 1:22

DOCTOR AND THE CRIPPENS (first broadcast May 17, 1988) -
21. Pink Machine Gun 1:25
22. Skin Tight 1:37
23. The Garden Centre Murders 1:57

DOOM (first broadcast June 28, 1988) -
24. Exploitation 1:33
25. No Religion 2:04

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