THE FUZZTONES - Ward 81 (por keyteaser

)


Garage Days (FILM 2002 by Alex Proyas)

Garage Days (FILM 2002 by Alex Proyas)


The Cynics - Creepin’ (por CakouGa

)


eatsleepdraw:

Vampire Kid by Me [Fran C]

eatsleepdraw:

Vampire Kid by Me [Fran C]



The Smoggers: She says: I don´t care (por gusgib

)

The Smoggers estarán tocando en Halloween junto con las Aspiradoras en Madrid (Sala Costello),no os lo perdais o morireis :)


Igor’s Party - The Montesas (por JUANSKAPUNKOI

)

The Montesas,perfect soundtrack for Halloween…dance till you die!


The Incredible Staggers - Wild Teens (por thestaggers

)

From Austria,The Incredible Staggers! yeahh


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more more more!!!!
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:))) thank you!,I feel flattered <3


elkoalaconcasco:

Wau y los Arrrghs!!-Bli,Blu,Bla

En honor a mi amigo supermansincapa.tumblr.com



turnrighttoopen:

THE BANSHEES - PROJECT BLUE

Pebbles Vol. 9 / Mindrocker Vol. 2


Social End Product
The Bluestars
The Bluestars

actsofvandalism:

The Bluestars - “Social End Product”

“I get a label as an angry young man because I don’t fit into the master plan.”

Here’s one of my favorite punk songs. This song would have fit comfortably into the British punk explosion of the 70’s… instead it was recorded and released in 1966. The Bluestars began in the early 60’s playing pop music in the style of the Shadows until the Beatles came along and changed everything. They switched styles, which made them a popular live act in Auckland. They put a demo together and became the first band from New Zealand to score a record deal in Britain (Decca). Their single “Please Be a Little Kind” saw a bit of success, but when they went to record a follow-up Decca hated their song selections and, thus, dropped them. Of course, the band were pissed… and the product? Why, “Social End Product” of course! A snarling, angst-ridden garage rock anthem.

The Bluestars sort of fizzled out after that. Luckily, a great collection of garage and psychedelic rock from New Zealand was put together and titled Wild Things: Wyld Kiwi Garage 1966-1969. This song was included. Legendary Flying Nun was responsible for the CD release. It’s a great documentation of music from a place that has tons of hidden musical gems.

-k.


Brian Diamond & The Cutters