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The Radium Cats
Submitted by rockinbones (04 May 2007)
The Radium Cats bring together a melting pot of influences from Gene Vincent and the Stray Cats to the Cramps and serves it up in style. Whether boppin' or wreckin' you can't go wrong with Six Feet Down and Well I Knocked and if you don't want robbie Williams playing at your funeral then Pink Hearse...
Upsouth Twisters
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (24 June 2008)
This is the first album released by the band under the new name The Upsouth Twisters. To their fans, they are better known under their previous name of 'Lucky 7'. The band comprise of 5 musicians who enhance every songs on the album with their masterful playing. Out of 13 songs on the...
V8 Rumble
Submitted by spanner69 (21 April 2007)
V8 Rumble rockabilly band feature.... Steve Medler ( Big Black Cadillac ) on Slap Bass Wayne Beauchamp ( Shock Therapy ) on Guitar and Vocals Adam Kirlew ( Speed Kings ) on stand-up Drums This is a great Album with a mix of 80s Rockabilly, Psychobilly and some new tracks in a rockabilly style. The...
Various Artists
Submitted by rockinbones (04 May 2007)
What can I say, this is a real Ronseal of an album - it does EXACTLY what it says on the tin! Just look at the track listing, it doesn't NEED a review. Some wise person has gathered together all those vinyl compilations that got youngsters like me into the music in the late seventies and...
Various Artists
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (30 September 2007)
20 smashing rockabilly tracks make this brilliant compilation. The CD starts with The Woodchoppers' "45 Men in A Telephone Booth", an uptempo semi doo wop number, which just reflects the feeling of all compilation. This is followed by Rockin' Carbonara's version of Johnny Burnette's classic 'Rockabilly Boogie'. After this boppin' tune, girls can enjoy...
Various Artists
Submitted by kitti (19 January 2010)
If you are sick and tired of 1950’s compilations, which have pretty the same names on the covers (like Elvis, Johhny Burnette, Jerry Lewis, Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly, etc), this cd is certainly something for you! What I like about this “Collector's Choice” series that it introduces us to old “new” music. This one,...
Vince Ray
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
A Rockabilly Rampage from the lowbrow legend. His first solo album without the Vincent Razorbacks is packed full of rompin' stompin' Rockabilly Psychosis with Gretsch guitar and thumpin' upright bass aplenty. Deranged Ray originals sit alongside riotous renditions of songs you'll know originally by Vince Taylor, The Cramps and Peanuts Wilson. What's more, you get a...
Vince Ray & The Boneshakers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (20 September 2008)
The mighty talent of Vince Ray and his band has once again exploded onto CD via their latest album 'Zombie Radio'. As you may know Vince Ray has two ongoing musical projects, under his own name with the Boneshakers and more Punky Garage-Billy band The Vincent Razorbacks. This album is more on the ghoulish...
Vincent Razorbacks
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (24 February 2007)
The Vincent Razorbacks return with eleven blistering tunes of punk rock ''n'' roll mayhem! The cannibal pot is full to the brim with a mix of savage voodoo rhythms, walls of fuzztone guitars, rockabilly hollerin' and the titanic twang of Vince Ray's big black Gretsch! An eight page booklet includes Vince Ray illustrations for each...
Vincent Razorbacks
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Skull bustin' Punk Rock 'n' Roll from legendary low brow artist Vince Ray and his band. Ever wondered what his artwork sounds like? Pick up a copy of his book, put this CD on and take a trip into the weird world of Vince Ray....a world of living dead voodoo dolls, maniacal serial killers and twisted,...
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