Due to popular demand here are all free volumes of “Surfadelic Sunset” compilations. Originally intended to be a laid back collection of mostly 60’s surf instros, in later volumes became a full blown surf & drag revival all-instro action! Check it out!!!
Even more instrumental favorites played by the surf revival generations. 30 trax, 80 minutes of surf & drag instro action. Creme della cremeof modern fuzz, twang and reverb surfin’ heroes. Don’ t miss it, dig!!!
O my brothers ain’t ya extremely lucky! Here’s a vinyl rip of this late 80s surf/hot rod revival rare gem, sole LP by The Dragsters a surfin’ gang from New York. It’s a cool mix of vocal tunes & instrumentals, originals & covers as Anywhere The Girls Are [The Fantastic Baggys], Goldfinger, Do The Clam, Maria (West Side Story). My favorite tunes are original instros as “Dragster Beach”, “Tractor Pull”, “Radio Surf”, “Surfing With The Godz” and “Maria”. Check some favs down below, get stoked & Dig!!!
More surf & drag revival instrumentals by the new generation of garage-surf bands from 80′, 90’s & 2000’s! This is kinda sequel to a “REBEL’s LANE!” compilation, so if you like it ya gonna dig this too. Killer instro action!!!
Back to the Surfadelic beaches again. This is all-instro compilation dedicated to surf revival sounds of 90’s and 00’s. Here you got some of the best instro groups of that time as The Boss Martians, The Bomboras, Los Straitjackets, The Untamed Youth, Bambi Molesters, Man Or Astro-Man, Satan’s Pilgrims and veterans as Link Wray and Davie Allan & The Arrows and guitar-slingers as Evan Foster (Boss Martians) and Eddie Angel (Los Straitjackets). If you’re into surf instro stuff this is a must.
[Front cover star: Peter Fonda from classic cult 66′ biker flick “Wild Angels”]
As you can see this is 3rd volume of your favorite garage punk rock zine “Born Outta Time”. This edition comes with a sampler compilation “The Fast Can’t Lose” inspired by the Big Rock Playlist you can reed here. It’s dedicated to a harder rockin’ garage-punk Detroit style and bands like Supersuckers, The Mono Men, Blue Cheer, MC5, Sonic’s Rendezvous Band, The Nomads, The Lords Of Altamont… Soooo… be worry don’t happy or sometin’ like that. It’s a Hi-Octane Rock’n’Roll alright!
Author of the zine is my friend Garner Harris a great connoisseur and collector of garage, punk and rockabilly.If you want to subscribe and get other issues, conact Garner at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ain’t ya lucky my comrades, here’s another comp. volume of my favorite garage punk tunes “Busy Body!!!”, named after famous kisk ass garage song by the Jolly Green Giants. The emphasis is on harder rockin’ stuff from US 60’s underground. Although some songs you could have already heard on various vintage garage comps as Pebbles, Back from the Grave, Texas Flashbacks etc. , some you don’t so, this stuff is essential sixties punkers and riot makers and pretty much A MUST! Alright surfers, check some favs down there and enjoy, make your body busy, dig!!!
“Big Noise From Garage Planet” would be appropriate name for this collection. Why? Because it’s noisey, fuzzy and violent from the very start. This Surfadelic comp. opens up with The Mussies “12 O’clock, July”, ingenious garage/psych cover of Link Wray’s instro “Jack the Ripper”, fuzzed-out & noisey alright. Then we have Night Shadow “60 Second Swinger” Lp version which is harder rockin’ than the famous single version. The Rationals “I Need You” great The Kinks cover you know from Nuggets comp. Brutal take on of classic garage anthem “Louie Louie” by The Swamp Rats is one of the best covers of this song next to The Sonics version. The Page Boys “All I Want” is a fuzz drenched teen simphony, kinda like a forerunner of early Jesus & Mary Chain stuff. Frantic Dean Carter’s “Run Rabit Run” is a weird cross between garage & rockabilly with cool & sexy female backing vocals. “She’s A Teaser” by The Livin’ End is a searing guits scorcher B-side to classic “Orange Rooftop Of My Baby’s Mind”. The Jinx “Come On Up” acetate is one of those tunes that are the epitome of 60’s garage punk. Of course there are some easier stuff like my favorite garage folk rockers as “Shadows” by The Attic Sounds, Beatlesque “Days Mind The Time” by The Mods or The Dantes “Can’t Get Enough Of Your Love”. There are some of my favs from the legendary Pebbles/Highs in the mid 60’s series as The Apollos, The Buddhas, Sound Barrier and Tree Stumps. Compilation closes with The Plagues “I’ve Been Through It Before” a moody piece of teen 60’s garage.
Orange, green, purple or whatever, this is brand new Surfadelic 60’s punk comp. The title is inspired by Texas garage band The Livin’ End killer Kinks style tune from their ’67 single. Collection opens up with Elevators-inspired cult psych/punk song “Exit 9” by The Heard, another texan group. Then there’s The Coming Generation hard punker “Hey Girl” and cool cover of Bo Diddley’s song “Don’t Let Go” by The Rockin’ Rebellions. Also there are some rare & unissued trax by The Angry Men, The Quirks and an unknown mystery group, all kick ass stuff. You should be familiar with The Guilloteens “Hey You”, another Kinks inspired garage hit or The Hangmen “What A Girl Can’t Do” later covered by the Lyres. The Evil did a frantic killer cover of Small Faces “Watcha Gonna Do”. You got real fine garage/folk rock jangler “How She’s Hurtin'” by the Jagged Edge.Last track on this comp is raw ’64 instro “Other Side Of The Moon” by The Moon Men, one of Link Wrays many side projects. All in all, 22 trax of fuzz-drenched pure 60’s punk action. You should dig alright!