PLAY THE BLUES PUNK 7 – She Does It Right!

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Here’s brand new volume in your favorite BLUES PUNK series of modern garage blues featuring PETIT VODO, JUKE JOINT PIMPS, MESSERSCHMITT, THE GORIES, SIR BALD DIDDLEY, JOHN SCHOOLEY, DR. FEELGOOD, HINDU LOVE GODS, JON SPENCER BLUES EXPLOSION, THE CRAWDADDYS, ANDRE WILLIAMS, JACK O’ FIRE, IGGY & THE STOOGES, GIRL TROUBLE, OBLIVIANS, R.L. BURNSIDE, TOOTHLESS GEORGE & HIS ONE-MAN BAND, JOHN SCHOOLEY, SOUTHERN CULTURE ON THE SKIDS,THE GUN CLUB. Enjoy!

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BLUES PUNK 6 – Standing At The Crossroads

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This is probably the last volume in this series of garage blues punk roll, and if you enjoyed it half as I while put it together that’s good enough. Devil said – enough with these blues punk loosers and I said alright… for now. Dig!!!

“Kill a rat with God fill your heart with love!”

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BLUES PUNK

BLUES PUNK vol. 1-4

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What is punk blues anyway?

Punk blues (or blues punk) is a rock music genre that mixes elements of punk rock and blues. Punk blues musicians and bands usually incorporate elements of related styles, such as protopunk and blues rock. Its origins lie strongly within the garage rock sound of the 1960s and 1970s.

Before the beginning of the punk movement of the late 1970s, several important forerunners such as the MC5, the Stooges, the Who, the Sonics, Captain Beefheart, and the New York Dolls displayed a fascination with American blues.

AllMusic states that punk blues draws on the influence of the “garage rock sound of the mid-’60s, the primal howl of early Captain Beefheart, and especially in the raw and desperate sound of the Gun Club’s landmark Fire of Love LP from 1981.”Also according to Allmusic.com, “…punk blues really came to life in the early ’90s with bands like the seminal Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, the Oblivians, the Gories and the Gibson Brothers”

This Surfadelic comp is dedicated to garage blues punk sounds with many covers of classic blues, R&B and black rock’n’roll tunes played by [mostly] modern garage punk & psychobilly bands. That’s the sweat of the Blues Explosion, alright!

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BLUES PUNK 1
BLUES PUNK 2
BLUES PUNK 3
BLUES PUNK 4

BLUES PUNK 4 – I’m a Queen Bee!

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Brand new volume in the BLUES PUNK series of mostly modern garage blues punk and some psychobilly bands and stuff.

What is punk blues anyway?

Punk blues (or blues punk) is a rock music genre that mixes elements of punk rock and blues. Punk blues musicians and bands usually incorporate elements of related styles, such as protopunk and blues rock. Its origins lie strongly within the garage rock sound of the 1960s and 1970s.

Before the beginning of the punk movement of the late 1970s, several important forerunners such as the MC5, the Stooges, the Who, the Sonics, Captain Beefheart, and the New York Dolls displayed a fascination with American blues.

AllMusic states that punk blues draws on the influence of the “garage rock sound of the mid-’60s, the primal howl of early Captain Beefheart, and especially in the raw and desperate sound of the Gun Club’s landmark Fire of Love LP from 1981.”Also according to Allmusic.com, “…punk blues really came to life in the early ’90s with bands like the seminal Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, the Oblivians, the Gories and the Gibson Brothers”

This Surfadelic comp is dedicated to garage blues punk sounds with many covers of classic blues, R&B and black rock’n’roll tunes played by [mostly] modern garage punk & psychobilly bands. That’s the sweat of the Blues Explosion, alright!

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(((0)))

PLAY THE BLUES PUNK !!! vol. 1-3

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What is punk blues anyway?

Punk blues (or blues punk) is a rock music genre that mixes elements of punk rock and blues. Punk blues musicians and bands usually incorporate elements of related styles, such as protopunk and blues rock. Its origins lie strongly within the garage rock sound of the 1960s and 1970s.

Before the beginning of the punk movement of the late 1970s, several important forerunners such as the MC5, the Stooges, the Who, the Sonics, Captain Beefheart, and the New York Dolls displayed a fascination with American blues.

AllMusic states that punk blues draws on the influence of the “garage rock sound of the mid-’60s, the primal howl of early Captain Beefheart, and especially in the raw and desperate sound of the Gun Club’s landmark Fire of Love LP from 1981.”Also according to Allmusic.com, “…punk blues really came to life in the early ’90s with bands like the seminal Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, the Oblivians, the Gories and the Gibson Brothers”

This Surfadelic comp is dedicated to garage blues punk sounds with many covers of classic blues, R&B and black rock’n’roll tunes played by [mostly] modern garage punk & psychobilly bands. That’s the sweat of the Blues Explosion, alright!

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BLUES PUNK 1
BLUES PUNK 2
BLUES PUNK 3

PLAY THE BLUES PUNK !!!

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What is punk blues anyway?

Punk blues (or blues punk) is a rock music genre that mixes elements of punk rock and blues. Punk blues musicians and bands usually incorporate elements of related styles, such as protopunk and blues rock. Its origins lie strongly within the garage rock sound of the 1960s and 1970s.

Before the beginning of the punk movement of the late 1970s, several important forerunners such as the MC5, the Stooges, the Who, the Sonics, Captain Beefheart, and the New York Dolls displayed a fascination with American blues.

AllMusic states that punk blues draws on the influence of the “garage rock sound of the mid-’60s, the primal howl of early Captain Beefheart, and especially in the raw and desperate sound of the Gun Club’s landmark Fire of Love LP from 1981.”Also according to Allmusic.com, “…punk blues really came to life in the early ’90s with bands like the seminal Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, the Oblivians, the Gories and the Gibson Brothers”

This Surfadelic comp is dedicated to garage blues punk sounds with many covers of classic blues, R&B and black rock’n’roll tunes played by garage & punk bands. That’s the sweat of the Blues Explosion, alright!

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THE GUN CLUB – Preaching The Blues

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Believe it or not, 40 years have passed since the release of The Gub Club classic debut album “Fire of Love”. Well, time waits for no one, so it’s a good moment for Surfadelic tribute to this great garage punk/blues band. “Preaching The Blues” is a collection with choice of live trax (and one home recording) from various venues and bootlegs, which covers 11 songs from the legendary Lp. “Death Party”, “Moonlight Motel”, “Danse Kalinda Boom”, “Larger Than Live!” and “Early Warning” are the editions I checked for making this compilation. Now ladies and germs, dig the Sex Beat of “Fire of Love” live!!!

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