Astro Zombies

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  • Astro Zombies - Final Assault (CD)

    15,00

    New 2020 studio album from the french Psychobilly trio!! NYT MYÖS CDNÄ!

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  • Astro Zombies - Convince Or Confuse (White) (Käytetty LP/12)

    30,00

    Ltd. edition of 500 copies!

    Established in 1996 and with tours on half the planet under their belt, the Astro Zombies need no introduction to rock & roll aficionados worldwide. After the 2007 release of the much acclaimed live platter ’Burgundy Livers’, the three-headed undead unleash their fourth studio album. ’Convince Or Confuse’ delivers all the motley goods these international rockers thrive on, from old-time psychobilly to surfin’ sleaze, greasy instrumentals, punked-up gems and a whole lot more sonic glory.

    Among those standout tracks is ’Hey Gyp’, featuring magnificent vocals of Sarah Blackwood from punkabilly prowlers The Creepshow, while a lethal rendition of the classic ’Bang Bang’ will send Cher and Nancy Sinatra on a coffin shopping spree. ’Margarita’ even puts a psycho spin on Spanish folk styles, enriched by gloomy string arrangements and accelerating fiddles. ’Convince Or Confuse’ also marks the last Astro Zombies recordings of standup bass player extraordinaire Thomas Frenchy. His successor is none other than Long Tall Texans main man Mark Carew. More solid proof the Astro Zombies keep going from strength to strength.

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  • Astro Zombies - Final Assault (LP)

    17,00

    New 2020 studio album from the french Psychobilly trio!!

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  • Astro Zombies - Frogs Legs (CD)

    15,00

    Vive Le France! The Astro Zombies, everyone’s favourite Gallic rockabilly
    troubadours are back. Not only back, but back to the revolution and deadlier
    than Madam Guillotine. Not the revolution that saw aristocratic heads roll,
    but the evil wickedmean and nasty musical revolution of the 1980’s,
    psychobilly.
    Que se passe-t-il?! I hear you cry, and quite right too, of course Bobby and
    the boys have been performing rabid psychobilly since 1996, their first
    album conceived in Paul Fenech’s very own studio.  Mais méfiez-vous, for
    this album, the boys have gone way back to the roots, this is vieux école
    flavoured with garlic and cuisses de grenouilles. That’s not to say a
    history lesson, they’ve taken the excitement and flavour of early psycho,
    dragged its carcass to 2015, added red wine and their own surprises with
    twists to taste.
    Frog Legs has all the ingredients to raise the roof of any party, it’s fast,
    it’s furious, it’s funny and it rocks like crazy. If there were a society
    for the protection of instruments the Gendarmes would soon be kicking down
    the Burgundy door the Zombies lurk behind. No mercy is shown to the poor
    battered double bass, drums and guitar for 12 rumbustious tracks.
    These 12 tracks take you on a wild ride, from the delights of eating
    dismembered amphibians’ limbs and fishy fingers via the perils of reptilian
    men, monsters, zombies and crazy monkeys, all resulting in a pungent
    platter. 
    The Astro Zombies; unmistakably French, undoubtedly psychobilly and most
    definitely cooking on gas.  Music with aroma. Merveilleux!
    Simon Nott

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  • Astro Zombies - From Strength To Strength (CD)

    15,00 7,50

    Uusi albumi! Tiukkaa menoa! Mukana bassossa Marc Carew Long Tall Texansista!!

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  • Astro Zombies - Convince Or Confused (CD)

    15,00

    Established in 1996 and with tours on half the planet under their belt, the Astro Zombies need no introduction to rock & roll aficionados worldwide. After the 2007 release of the much acclaimed live platter ’Burgundy Livers’, the three-headed undead unleash their fourth studio album. ’Convince Or Confuse’ delivers all the motley goods these international rockers thrive on, from old-time psychobilly to surfin’ sleaze, greasy instrumentals, punked-up gems and a whole lot more sonic glory.

     

    Among those standout tracks is ’Hey Gyp’, featuring magnificent vocals of Sarah Blackwood from punkabilly prowlers The Creepshow, while a lethal rendition of the classic ’Bang Bang’ will send Cher and Nancy Sinatra on a coffin shopping spree. ’Margarita’ even puts a psycho spin on Spanish folk styles, enriched by gloomy string arrangements and accelerating fiddles. ’Convince Or Confuse’ also marks the last Astro Zombies recordings of standup bass player extraordinaire Thomas Frenchy. His successor is none other than Long Tall Texans main man Mark Carew. More solid proof the Astro Zombies keep going from strength to stren

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