Garage & 60's Rock'n'Roll

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  • Various - Plundered Vol 3 – The Sting Rays Unstung ! (LP)

    20,00

    Holy Fuck ! This is brilliant….14 killer tracks as covered by the legendary Sting Rays. couple of tracks of ’Out There’ Rockabilly, plenty of Garage Punk, and all the ingrediants required for the perfect TRASH sound…..And the story behind each track is fully noted on the full colour insert by the man himself…Bal ’Sting Ray’ Croce .
    This is a true work of art as not only is their trademark ’Mondrian’ design incorporated into the sleeve art but the records themselves are available in either Red, Yellow or Blue vinyl to reflect the overall concept….Beautiful and limited !

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  • Montesas - Midnight Beat (LP)

    20,00

    WOAH..We’ve been waiting a long time for this to arrive….Originally released in early 2003, this was really the 1st Montesas album as the ’1st Montesas album, Rockers & Shakers’ was more or less a solo M.Bontempi release. They manage to squeeze an amazing 17 tracks onto this slab of vinyl, delivering their trademark mix of Rockabilly, 60 Garage, Beat and even a dash of Surf….But not only that, for the lucky few, there are a very limited amount pressed on blue vinyl…..You know the score by now, you snooze you lose ! Don’t forget to check out our other Marcel Bontempi / Montesas vinyl….

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  • Flamin' Groovies - Bucket of Brains (RSD) (10``LP)

    17,00

    San Francisco rock band The Flamin’ Groovies moved to Britain in 1972, where they signed to United Artists. During this year they recorded The Rockfield Recordings with British producer Dave Edmonds at The Rockfield Studios in Wales. Now for the first time, all their 1972 recordings for United Artists will be released on vinyl, having previously only been available on CD as A Bucket of Brains back in 1995. The 10” includes both the original mix — and a 1995 remix at original speed — of their masterpiece “Shake Some Action”.

    Limited to 6500 copies worldwide.

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  • Messina Jim & His Jesters - The Dragsters (RSD) (CD)

    20,00

    Prior to his work with Buffalo Springfield and Kenny Loggins, 16 year old Jim Messina led a savage group of fellow surf devotee friends to record The Dragsters, a 1964 album full of fierce, fiery, and infectious surf rock instrumentals with just enough sounds from the strip to get your motor running! The 14 original reverb-soaked tracks are presented here in their magnificent (and rare) mono versions plus four bonus pounders, all reissued for the first time and pressed on colored vinyl!

    Quantity: 300

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  • Messina Jim & His Jesters - The Dragsters (RSD) (LP)

    30,00

    Prior to his work with Buffalo Springfield and Kenny Loggins, 16 year old Jim Messina led a savage group of fellow surf devotee friends to record The Dragsters, a 1964 album full of fierce, fiery, and infectious surf rock instrumentals with just enough sounds from the strip to get your motor running! The 14 original reverb-soaked tracks are presented here in their magnificent (and rare) mono versions plus four bonus pounders, all reissued for the first time and pressed on colored vinyl!

    Quantity: 1350

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  • Full Moon Freaks - B Movies For The Blind (LP)

    25,00

    The Scottist crazies are back with another release for us, you might remember them from their split with Grovelhog. But, well, forget about it!!!
    This is basically another band with another style… yet for sure keep connections with the original forgotten recordings that were featured on the above release, but this is muuuuuch better!! The offering here as you might have read on our promo flyers is a crazy mix of psychobilly, surf, garage trash and punk all performed with great production, songwriting and musicianship, the album compiles basically everything the guys recorded since their comeback in the 2010´s, all has been remastered and repackaged onto a beautiful LP to make it work as a powerfull full lenght. Honestly we found them as some of the best offerings of the” Trash” comeback , even thought compare them with those bands couldnt be exactly correct, the band sounds tight and the production is strong, no LO -FI here, also they dont fall in the old standarts, there is a huge variation of sounds through the whole LP.
    B- Movies for the blind come out limited to 200 copies!! pressed onto 180 grams vinyl with beautiful inside out cover, including inlay with pictures and extensive liner notes. 100 copies on black vinyl and 100 copies on dark zombie green!!

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  • Various - Diggin’ For Gold Vol 12 (Finnish issue) (LP)

    27,00

    For the first time a compilation with the best and rarest 1960’s beat 45’s from Finland.
    Diggin’ For Gold volume 12 is a treat on many levels and not only are the Finnish 60’s 45’s among the tuffest to locate for 60’s beat collectors, an eye-opener for sure!
    Printed inner sleeves including lots of cool pics and liner notes.

    Limited edition 500 copies, vinyl only.

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  • Monkees - Classic Album Collection 10LP (LP)

    199,00 180,00

    Record Store Day 2016 release, Black vinyl version. With picture insert (8 x 11.5 inch approx)

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  • Various - Pacific Northwest Snuff Box (Colored Vinyl) (LP)

    29,00

    Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. Rare and unissued Pacific Northwest rootsy Americana! In addition to stellar ’60s psych and garage, Salem Oregon’s Garland Records churned out some high quality, foot stompin’, ’Country & Northwestern’ music. Archived here are a barn load of true Americana from unheard originals like the Cascade Sweethearts’ ’Hard Workin’ Woman,’ The Heard’s unissued ’Sweet Thang’ to stunning takes on Bob Dylan & Kris Kristofferson cuts. This is a PNW platter that you’d swear came from south of the Mason Dixon.

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  • Beach Boys - Smiley Smile / Wild Honey (Käytetty CD)

    10,00

    Their two quirky 1967 albums, together with various sessions and an early take of Good Vibrations ; an alternate take of Heroes and Villains; You’re Welcome; Their Hearts Were Full of Spring, and Can’t Wait Too Long. 28 tracks!

    These albums mark nothing less than a watershed in the Beach Boys’ and Brian Wilson’s careers. Fresh from the artistic triumph of Pet Sounds and the landmark single ”Good Vibrations,” Wilson began work on Smile, a project that would become a music fan’s Rashomon: pop’s most (in)famous unreleased album; artistic Waterloo for Wilson; near career-ruination for the band. Smile seemed an attempt to expand on the jigsaw session methodology Wilson had applied to ”Vibrations.” What went wrong has been debated for decades, but Smiley Smile was the album that followed in the summer of ’67–a ”bunt instead of a home run,” as Carl Wilson admitted. Bookended by the glories of the ”Vibrations” single and its truncated follow-up, ”Heroes and Villains,” Smiley can seem an exercise in creative schizophrenia. There’s an earthy quality to remakes of Smile tracks ”Wind Chimes,” ”Vegetables,” and ”Wonderful,” while Wilson’s ”Fall Breaks,” ”Little Pad,” and ”Whistle In” underscore his playful, off-center instincts. But this album also anticipated the roots-conscious retrenchment that the Beatles and Bob Dylan would undertake at the end of the ’60s.

    Wild Honey has taken its place as a cult fave among fans, and rightly so. Its surprising R&B influences (epitomized by the buoyant title track, ”Darlin’,” and ”Here Comes the Night”) were not only a brave turn for a band just then at a low ebb, but a prescient pointer to the black music explosion of the early ’70s. This great twofer edition includes some of the series’ best tracks: a near seven-minute ”in progress” suite of ”Good Vibrations” outtakes as well as a complete early version; the odd, Smile-era B-side ”You’re Welcome”; a beautiful live rehearsal rendition of the a cappella showcase ”Their Hearts Were Full of Spring”; and another suite of edited session takes for the unreleased standout ”Can’t Wait Too Long.” -Jerry McCulley

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  • Gecko Brothers - Stop Bitchin, Start Drinkin` (Käytetty CD)

    5,00

    Woow!! Finally it’s out!! The new band from Eric Haamers (Batmobile!!), unnecessary to say, this album rocks!! What can you aspect: RAWK R’N’R!!/speedrock with a Motorhead attitude!!! Great artwork made by kostum Sam!

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  • Various - Lost Innocence: Garpax 1960s Punk & Psych (CD)

    18,00

    Vintage garage rock is only one of the many tributaries of popular music that the maverick genius Gary S Paxton recorded and produced in his 1960s heyday, and while hardly prolific, the small cadre of 60s punk tracks in the vault of this eccentric producer-engineer include a fair amount of acknowledged classics of the genre. ”Lost Innocence: Garpax 1960s Punk & Psych” collects the best moments from Paxton’s forays into teenaged rock in the wake of the British Invasion. Many of the groups and their discs are well-known to the aficionados: The Avengers’ controversial ’Be A Cave Man’, the snotty tones of ’See If I Care’ by Ken & the Forth Dimension, the eloquent evocation of carnal knowledge that is the Buddhas’ title track. Highly regarded nuggets by the Whatt Four, the New Wing and Limey & The Yanks are joined by ear-opening screamers from the likes of Carl Walden & the Humans. Most of the material on ”Lost Innocence” was recorded at Paxton’s two Hollywood studios between 1965 and 1967, but some of the freakier cuts derive from facilities he ran from a converted bank in the Bakersfield suburb of Oildale in the last three years of the decade. These include the trippy ’My Dream’ by the aforementioned Buddhas and fantastic cuts by the Fog and Mental Institution, the latter one of the many pseudonyms that Paxton acolyte Kenny Johnson used while recording at the studio. ”Lost Innocence” is taken wholly from master tape and features many songs either new to CD or completely unissued. A lengthy note and numerous rare photos complete a package loaded with appeal for the 1960s garage rock enthusiast.

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  • Various - Rebel Rousers (CD)

    15,00

    ”This comp erases any doubts I had about 2021 being a momentous year for rock and roll!” – Scott Hudson, The Ledge

    Rum Bar Records artist performing, writing or otherwise making art inspired by alt-punk, heartland-punk, alt-country, heart-on-sleeve, out-of-the-garage rock n’ roll. Tends to inhabit and play said music loudly in hole in the wall dive bars. Rebel Rousers’ art is general enjoyed best with a warm beer and cold shot in a corner at a neighborhood watering hole.

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