Please find the link above in the title and be sure to search for their early hardcore LP and I may just post that one later as this LP is quite varied with a mellow hit and a few more good hardcore songs on this mellower release.
A False Confession have I, with some sappy tunes to make you cry...Archibald is the name. For all you paying attention, you won'thated this other prize...no I didn't misspell a thingy. P.S. click on the band name(s) for auricular joy(s)
(Limp Wrist/Tear It Up/Punch In The Face/Dillinger Four/Vitamin X/Balance Of Terror/F-Minus/John Brown's Army/Esperanza/Pac-Men/A-Team/Strikers/Live From Death Row/Molotov Cocktail/Fast Actin' Fuses/Four Letter Word/Self Defense/Scally/xFilesx/Straight To Hell/Hates/Word Salad)
Please see above description and click there for a link to this neo-paisley era Swede compilation with such greats as the Nomads, Problem, The Shoutless, Wilmar X, Dr Yogami, the Creeps, Hidden Charms, the Wayward Souls, Occasional Dead Flys, the Bottle Ups, Watermelon Men, Slobster, the Preachers and the Pyromaniacs.
Please see the title above for a link to this compilation containing the bands: the Novas, Edith Massey, Jimmy Cross, Heathen Dan, The Temple City Kazoo Orchestra, Gloria Balsam, The Legendary Stardust Cowboy, the Seven Stooges, Barnes & Barnes, Ogden Edsl, the Turtles, Johnny Meeskite, the Breakers & Wild Man Fischer.
Please click above title for a link and a post I do for another recent blogger posting a Velvet Monkeys demo and wanting more so here...good call my friend. Search it with "blogspot" next to the title for more.
Please direct your next click towards the title words above and a link will form. Couple O' skips on a couple O' tracks but all in all good to see old Gerald here who was clerk at the Alt skate shop in Uptown at the time, seeing these guys a lot in the 7th St. Entry and on my first after school show --they followed Big Black and Steve Albini's brick of Black Cat firecrackers...I guess it broke the ice nicely before the show...Breaking Circus was usually on the triple bill as well.
(A bootleg celebrating bands that can ignore the big bad violent skinhead cliché and actually does something new with songs you never thought they listened to in the first place.)
The artists that get covered are: Gloria Jones, Elton John, Kim Wilde, Bon Jovi, Blondie, The who, Sam Cooke, Bob Marley, The Undertones, Jim Carrol band, Buddy Holly, Merle haggard, Peter paul and mary, The stranglers, Fleetwood mac, Hank williams.
Go here for full bandhistory and discography of the bands who appear on this bootleg. You can also listen to all the original artists there.
Please click this bands titles above and do share if you have more of this happy Ewok music..ha ha (although good to hear "Land Of Make Believe" an older hit song again). Anybody GOT that '81 LP. These guys are from where my dad traced our family back to in Kent, Wales--place of a very old peaceful people known for their singers like Lennon, Marley, Plant, Queensryche singer, Deep Purple singer, etc. etc.