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13 Cats
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Tim Polecat (vocal), Danny B Harvey (guitar), Slim Jim Phantom (drums) & Smutty Smith (double bass) storm through a set of full throttle Rockabilly live on stage in Las Vegas. 13 Cats play solid, powerful, gutsy original Rockabilly, without relying on a retro image or vintage cover songs. Nor do they rely on the past glories...
Build 4 Speed
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (08 May 2007)
4 track EP where we can get a chance to hear yet another version of "Personal Jesus" which Johnny Cash covered excellently, and has become popular in the Rock 'n' Roll clubs via a version by Saints & Sinners. This version appears to by trying to 'milk the cow', being releasing as the title track of...
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
21 track retrospective of the first 10 years of one of America's best and most unique psychobilly bands. Their furious brand of psychobilly is infused with strong mexican flavours, blended with high-speed rockabilly, and topped off with a relentless barrage of voodoo rhythms. This collection reaches right back to their rare and out of print first...
Contessa & The Squires
Submitted by hankabilly (01 October 2016)
Batman must get one of Joker's bombs away so stomp the bomb! This EP have 4 original tracks, miss Contessa from Italy on vocals, Influenced by 60's surf acts garage-beat-Cramps. First song is about to sing and dance a happy tune, seconds song about the famous 50ís car. The other 2 tracks are mod a go...
Crazy Rocket Surfers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (29 January 2007)
First full-length album from a psychobilly 4-piece who have a rockin' psychobilly sound with thumpin' slap-bass throughout. Their songs are infused with a sense of fun, and sound like every live show would be a party....
Submitted by hankabilly (19 February 2009)
This latest CD by the Swedish Crestlers came out in 2007 on Caine Rock music. With only 7 hardcore psychobilly rock songs on it, the album starts loud and fast with Silicon Confidence. This no horseshit, high-octane track in Ramones style is followed by a piano-laced, down and dirty RockíníRoll song. Having nothing to do with...
Submitted by hankabilly (19 February 2009)
This Swedish band started out as The Driving Wheels in 1983. Three or four years later, they changed the band name to Crestlers. You crack me up was recorded in a living room throughout 2002. After the album had been mixed and mastered in March 2003, it came out in 2004 on Caine Rock music. The...
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
This Canadian band mixes old school psychobilly with more powerful side of the current movement in culture along with the distict raucous voice of their singer. I like the way the band keep that typical sound of guitar from early 80's psychobilly....
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (12 June 2007)
Review by Stu Gibson. Shouldst ye be harkening after more dark-hearted horror/ghoul/vampabilly theatrics then along come Canadians Flesh, fronted by the aforely-mentioned femme fatale, the vamp after your vitals Lili Sweet. Maybe youíve had your fill of *The Horrorpops* and fellow Candian grave-raiders *The Creepshow* but donít write off this set of silver-bullet proof B-Movie schlock...
Submitted by greaser69 (06 November 2007)
Francine is a Finnish rock'n'roll band, althought the word "rock'n'roll" may not give right picture of the band. Some would say rockabilly or something else, but the fact that this band is using a bull fiddle instead of the commonly used electric bass gives this band a special nature - the look, the feel and...
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