Monday, August 26, 2013

Various Artists (2000) - Wildsville! / Wowsville! / Weirdsville!

Artist:  various artists
Album:  Wildsville! / Wowsville! / Weirdsville!
Release date: 2000
Quality: mp3 VBR ~200
Size: 71 + 85 +93 MB  

Wildsville brings together a collection of some of the choicest, craziest and (of course) wildest tracks from the 50s and 60s. Buckle up gang, you’re in for a wild ride!

“…the world needs more rock’n’roll albums full of congs about some of the important things in life – sex, drinking, eating, TV, horror movies, motorcycles etc… Welcome to Wowsville! Where the party never ends.

“Sick of sanitary and safe sounds of today? Wanna sample the insane and zany? Weirdsville proudly delivers the goods with this collection of inspired strangeness from the 50s and 60s. Stand by for take-off!” © linear notes

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Various Artists (2005) -Girl Group Sounds Lost & Found: One Kiss Can Lead To Another [4 CD]

Artist: various
Albums: Girl Group Sounds Lost & Found: One Kiss Can Lead To Another [4 CD]
Released: 2005
Quality: mp3 CBR 320
Size: 172+168+166+167 MB

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Mark Sultan (2012) -War On Rock’N’Roll


Artist:  Mark Sultan
Album: War On Rock’N’Roll
Release date:  2012
Quality:  mp3 CBR 320 [vinyl rip]
Size:  105 MB

“Mark Sultan... Have you heard this name before? One half of the King Khan & BBQ Show and the infamous BBQ one man band. Singer/guitarist of Mind Controls. Drummer/singer of Les Sexareenos. Singer of The Spaceshits. Collaborator with The Deadly Snakes, Jack Oblivian and The Demon's Claws. Treasurer of the Death Cult (along with Khan, the Demon's Claws, The Black Lips, The Spits and The Gris Gris). Owner of Sultan Records. He's toured the world several times over as a musical vagabond of missionary proportions. Ring a bell? He's been called everything from 'our generation's Gerry Roslie' to 'a visionary with the voice of an angel' and 'a true rock'n'roll hero'." © In The Red Records

"In The Red Records has decided to release this recording on vinyl to celebrate Record Store Day, and I am thrilled. While you listen to this recording, keep in mind that it is one take, live, and that the sides of the LP split the recording, obviously due to vinyl's time limitations upon pressing. At the time of this recording, yes, I was hellbent on converting my live sound to what you hear on this LP. It had been my first and only attempt at this sound, and while I am myself curious how I pulled it off in that one take, and while I really enjoy how it sounds, I never tried doing it again. Maybe I will for some of these upcoming shows." © Mark Sultan

Sunday, August 4, 2013

The Sufis - two albums


Artist:  The Sufis
Albums: The Sufis / Inventions
Release date:  2012 / 2013
Quality:  mp3 CBR 320
Size:  120 MB

“Imagine you have just popped round to mum and dad’s to help them clear some stuff from the attic. You stumble across a very old looking cardboard box marked; ‘dads trip kit’ and you have a peek inside. You find he has a bag of questionable looking vitamins, a strange picture book, a marathon bar (to keep the party going) and a record called the Sufis.
 This may puzzle you considering this album is not out until June 2012, but that’s where it was born in the past. It’s a brilliant album that needs to be praised all over."

Thursday, August 1, 2013

King Khan & the Shrines (2013) -Idle No More

Artist:  King Khan & the Shrines 
Albums:  Idle No More
Release date: 2013
Quality: mp3 CBR 320
Size: 94 MB  

“Six years in the making since the release of the band’s last album What Is?!, Idle No More is full of sweat-drenched, ass-shaking, groovy, psyched-out numbers complete with rip-roaring horn lines, southern-fried guitar riffs, and lysergic melodies. Imagine Roky Erickson backed by the Sun Ra Arkestra or Wilson Pickett and The Velvet Underground, or picture the love child of Anubis and Kali. King Khan & The Shrines are more than a psychedelic soul band with a spectacle of a stage show—they are a cult musical phenomenon and simply one of the most entertaining groups the world has seen and heard since the days of Ike & Tina.”  ©