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Trash Hombres
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (05 November 2007)
This is the firt demo release by Rockabilly 4-piece band The Trash Hombres from Arnhem, The Netherlands. The band plays, from their own words, a style of music called Spankabilly. The 6 track maxi EP tells me the guys play good bluesy rockabilly. The albums starts with Jack Smith's 'Cruel Red' adding their own...
Tremors
Submitted by hankabilly (05 May 2011)
The album starts with Love Me from the Phantom always a good beginning. The Tremors whipsaw rockabilly, hillbilly's on the run sounds great, a country trash rhythm r 'n r album with slapping bass. Whether the crowd is full of college students, swing dance enthusiasts, or Hells Angels, you can bet the Tremors will have the...
Tremors
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
Jimmy Tremor (nee Gardner), leader of North Carolina's hell-bent hillbilly rockers the Tremors, has ensured that they varied little over the course of 10 years and five CDs. There was and is no need. A backwoods Americana visionary, Tremor was onto something good from the start. The feral cats howling at the fractured, midnight blood moon,...
Trisonics
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
Just like Jerry Lee Lewis said: "Either be hot or cold. If you are lukewarm, the lord will spew you forth from his mouth". True to this motto, the Trisonics favor hot - red hot! The Trisonics have spent the last three years rockin' clubs and festivals across Europe. Their recent summer tour took them through...
Trisonics
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
Modern rockabilly led by a guitar with a rootsy twang that could only come from a texan. Powerful and stylish enough to please Horton Heat and Stray Cats fans, without cloning Setzer or the Rev. 'Mystery Lady' is a melodic and catchy taster from their debut album 'Rock 'n' roll Remedy', while the bonus tracks -...
Tumblin Go Go's
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
Just when you thought that you'd heard the best, another rip roaring rockabilly trio comes along and knocks your socks off.. The tumblin go go's are a new ass kicking, drive by the seat of ya pants rockabilly band from the Netherlands. The band consists of Hottie - lead vocals and drums, ...
Tumblin’ Go-go’s, The
Submitted by kitti (06 August 2009)
The fourth album of Dutch band, which calls their own style powerbilly has, in my opinion, more power than billly. Hard sound reminds me more of psycho than rockabilly (oh, it was probably wrong article which describe them as 50s rockabilly band). For those who didn’t meet those guys, I will make fast introduction: the band...
Two Timin' Three
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
It's the second album of these red hod texans from Austin. They are playing very melodic and sweet music with a couple of wild rockabilly tunes like gone ape man and payin' the price. This album is a gem and i just coudn't find any faults with it. The guys play beautifully,...
Union Avenue
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
Well what do you know? Straight out of the mould of late Johnny Cash's Sun sound, with a hint of good old' mexico thrown in for good measure you get Union Avenue. Their three track e.p. "Teenage Kicks" is packed with the feel of the legendary man in black. So if you like Johnny Cash,...
Union Avenue
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
Union avenue keep the Johnny Cash sound alive now that the man in black is gone. They cover songs that Cash didn't - and make them sound like he did. It's the nearest thing to new Johnny Cash material that you're gonna get. They have won many different audiences over - punk, metal, country and more....
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