Label: Sin Record Company - SIN CD 002 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Garage Rock
Mas informacion de este disco en Google. Babbling aural insanity! More Fuzzzzz!! The song equates insanity with love, death, and rock'n'roll. Thick and liquidy organ, and a strong dancebeat make "Ward 81" a highlight on an exceptional album.
An absolute must-have for any collector. The A-side is a wild, fuzzy rave-up, with great arrogant lyrics snarled out by Rudi:"Now don't you try to change me, I'll just string you along, sit back and enjoy the ride, tomorrow I'll be gone!
Flip the disc and you get a story of lost love Great solo too! This cut was recorded Were Pretty Quick - The Fuzztones - Screamin Jay Hawkins And The Fuzztones Live / Leave Your Mind I'd begun to think their wicked live perform- ances would never get translated to record.
An instant classic. PULSEBEAT The delivery on the two originals here is authentic and inspired, yet fortunately devoid of the purist outlook that sullies the repertoires of such contemporary garage practicioners as the Chesterfield Kings and the Pandoras. The Fuzztones have the meat and they deliver! Am I dead? Am I in heaven? I've just been sucked into the Fuzztones swirling psychedelic snarl!
This is the ultimate primitive teenbeat thrash-out! Consequently he sets his amp t' "stun," points his ugly hair at ya, and cuts fuggin' loose. There's no mistaking what bag these hipsters are in. Once smitten by this unholy alliance you'll hear voices green and purple, and chances are you'll see things you should never see, too.
This record kicks a lot of ass. The Fuzztones offer a unique opportunity to engulf your cranium in lysergic emanations. The Cult Of Fuzz awaits. The backing throws a hole new light onto the 'Tones musical capabilities, the keyboards in particular. No chance of descending to cabaret horror rock with a fundation like these guys kick up. In fact, it'd be nice if some of this marsh gas were to turn up in the band's own efforts.
Although this collection, essembled under the auspices of Goldmine magazine, has it's share of gems, including "Cinderella" by The Fuzztones, most of it's offerings are dross. This is one grotesque, magical, spooky trip through the canyons of your mind A complete hallucinogenic hell-trip!!! Ultra melodic but arranged in such a way nobody hankers for their old days. Great voodoo chile lyrics too - "She's got a mouth full of rasor teeth, and claws so needle sharp, she'll set you off like fireworks, and tear your flesh apart"!
Poetry is it's own reward for the Fuzztones, which is just as well really, because bands as giddily gifted as this seldom get rich. Then there's lead vocalist Rudi Protrudi, who gives a tough, arrogant preformance. If elected, I'll put two bands like this in every garage. The Fuzztones fall somewhere between?
Kenny and the Were Pretty Quick - The Fuzztones - Screamin Jay Hawkins And The Fuzztones Live / Leave Your Mind masterpiece of mystical musical madness "Journey To Tyme" is next under the Fuzztones' choking grip:"I don't care if I never come back!
Man, who would ever wanna return from something this good? Ghoulish production, superb songwriting, and a lead snarl all delivered by Rudi, that're guaranteed to give you psychedelic nightmares. I dunno if the masterin' got screwed up or what, but this blows. Absolutely first rate. Chris Wodskou - NERVE Fuzztones worshippers shouldn't delay snapping up this well housed with lavish gatefoldsleeve and nicely recorded live set from their '85 European Tour, especially as the first include a free flexi with Rat Scabies and Doctor and the Medics helping out on "Gloria" - such is the power of the band that they can even some live back into this ol' chestnut.
Tan solo lieva una cancion. Listen carefully in your head to a meaningful song in your past and then throw that same record on your turntable. The real differs from the imagined, doesn't it? That's what makes the Fuzztones special - you can feel the spirit of the Sixties and Fifties in their music, but instead of being true to form, they're true to rememberance.
In fact, if you want to pick The Chuck Rainey Coalition - The Chuck Rainey Coalition apart, the Fuzztones could only exist in the 80's. Take the title track of this four song EP, for Were Pretty Quick - The Fuzztones - Screamin Jay Hawkins And The Fuzztones Live / Leave Your Mind.
With it's spooky riff and singer Rudi Protrudi's unrepentant wail, "Nine Months Later" explores the haunting after-effects of a one-night stand - certainly taboo subject matter odd years ago. The organ on "Girl You Captivate Me" may be straight out of '66, but there's a lyrical twist, that would have gotten the song banned in the Sixties.
The Fuzztones are like any living entity - a some of it's past, enlarged to fit the present. This neat and all-too-short EP is guaranteed your musical memory.
Why the hell these killers weren't ever released on vinyl is totally beyond me cos they're way ahead of most of the current crop of "psychedelic" bands Single and compilation Do You Wanna Right Now (Extended Mix) - Andromeda - Do You Wanna Right Now (File) are intersperced with demos neanderthal stomps through "The Witch" and the otherwise unavailable "Fabian Lips" really stimulate the adrenal glands and deadpan interviews from sources as unlikely as The Larry King Show.
Although an energetic performance is captured, this soundboard recording suffers from a terrible mix -vocals way too prominent, guitars too stifled. Not recommended. Free with Glitterhouse magazine. The songs and the recording are the same as "13 Woman and the Only One Man," the gatefold sleeve album believed to be put out by Music Maniac head honcho Hans Kesteloo. Although this mixing board recording captures a energetic perfomance, the mix is awful - vocals way too loud, guitars way too low.
Not recommended! Zwischen den vielen, teilweise schlechten Garage - Samplern ein Juwel mit vielen dem Kundigen bekannten, teilweise von andere gespielt. Der absolute Knaller ist der mit etwas uber einer Minute kurzeste Song "Green Slime," Soundtrack zum gliechnamigen, japanischen B-Movie, 60's trash pure.
Even better than the soundtrack to the classic film Werewolves on Wheels This is a man who, with one thrust of his spandexed! This is the man who will probably die with loons around his ankles, a bottle of Jack in his hands and a broad smile on his face.
Comienza por "Nine Months Later. The title song is overrun with enchanting keyboards not unlike "Ward 81," with the chorus picking up in the vein of "Hang on Sloopy. THE BOB Jonathan Richman set the pattern for the subject matter, all those adolescent firsts - kiss, drink, guitar, and each and Were Pretty Quick - The Fuzztones - Screamin Jay Hawkins And The Fuzztones Live / Leave Your Mind variant on the boy-girl tangle.
This one is a little too real for Jonathan, the girl returning nine months later to deposit a newborn on the boys door. Power ish pop. En la cara B nos encontramos con la grandisima version del "Down on the Street" que ejecutan junto a Ian Astbury. This 80 minute DVD includesnights of fuzz a documentary, featuring interviews with key bandmembers, along with promo videos from 17 of the top Garage Revival bands.
CD Freebie included with issue of Ansia de Color fanzine. If this Smack Dab In The Middle - Stan The Man - Stan The Mans Bohemian Blues - Live was released instead of the sterile Talmy production, the critic's would have surely had a different response.
The Gurus of Garage Grunge at their grungiest! To be released january 28th, ! A dozen new originals! Recorded and mixed entirely analog! This Israeli release features 36 Fuzztones rarities, including previously unreleased studio and live cuts as well as alternate versions and tracks formerly available only on rare comps. Ninguna version, les 4 obra de la casa! Comienza con "Action speaks louder than words", si esta cancion no te levanta el animo es porque te queda pen este mundo.
Tras esta, le toca el turno a "I never knew". Tambien aparecio en formato cd maxi. Mindbending moments like the dangerous charm of the opening "Third Times The Charm," and forthcoming 45 "Romilar D," paint a lurid lysergic picture of sixties-style psych with strokes of wild originality and present day Pebbles-dashed crazed pop. The sound isn't too dissimilar to Tickle Toe - Quincy Jones - The Birth Of A Band of their previous two studio albums, however there is an alomst dignified maturity in this set.
A further dozen reasons to take note of the U. A's greatest export since the Cramps. One trip thta's worth taking. This collection sees them at their very best. If this album was ever reviewed, we were not aware of it. Get it? Gee, there's a word I heard once or twice over the last year or two. Let me put that in perspective for ya. The Fuzztones had been dishin' out evil garage vibes since most of you were about six and learnin' your motherfuckin' alphabet.
But it's all over now. So here's their last studio LP for your ghoulish pleasure. They've been dissed, dismissed, and detracted for ten years by pea-brains too square to catch on. The boys decided to do a covers record of spooky favorites to make it painfully obvious to the legions of dim-wits out there that every day is Halloween when you're down with The Fuzztones. Many thanks to Rudi and the rest of the Fuzztones, past and present, for years of consistantly awesome fuzzed-out offerings.
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