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Disc 1

1. Surfin' Bird - The Trashmen
2. Minus One Blast Off - The Sonics
3. Unitar Rock - Willie Joe And His Unitar
4. Please Give Me Something - Bill Allen
5. Underwater - The Frogmen
6. Jungle Rock - Hank Mizell aka Jim Bobo
7. Jack The Ripper - Link Wray & His Ray Men
8. I Want Some Of That - Kai-Ray
9. Surfing Drums - Dick Dale
10. She's My Witch - Kip Tyler
11. The Caterpillar Crawl - The Strangers
12. I Put A Spell On You - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
13. Moon Dawg! - The Gamblers
14. Sadie's Back In Town - Sonny Burgess
15. Clap Trap - The Vampires
16. Ace Of Spades - Link Wray & His Ray Men
17. Jet Black Machine - Vince Taylor
18. Night Fright - Rene Hall Orchestra
19. Cherokee Dance - Bob Landers
With Willie Joe And His Unitar
20. Love Me - The Phantom


Disc 2

1. Misirlou - Dick Dale And The Del-Tones
2. 'Til The Following Night - Screaming 'Lord' Sutch
3. Baby Take Me Back - Roc Larue
4. Supersonic - Billy Mure's Super-Sonic Guitars
5. Warrior Sam - Don Willis
6. Run, Chicken, Run - Link Wray & His Ray Men
7. Where'd You Stay Last Nite - Ray Harris
8. Shamash - Burt Blanca
9. Where Yo Is - Fat Daddy Holmes
10. Nameless - The Rockin R's
11. You're Barking Up The Wrong Tree - Don Woody
12. Casual - The Carnations
13. Take It Off - Dick Dale
14. Tough Tough Tough - Andy Anderson & The Dawnbreakers
15. Stampede - The Scarlets
16. Go, Girl, Go - Jett Powers
17. Rumble - Link Wray And His Ray Men
18. Bird Dance Beat - The Trashmen
19. LSD-25 - The Gamblers
20. Rumble Rock - Kip Tyler

The Roots Of Psychobilly


Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD686

Bar-Code 5060143496868

Availability: In stock


Psychobilly is generally thought of as being a blend of ‘70s punk with ‘50s rockabilly. It first surfaced in the 1970s with bands like The Cramps, then expanded into the ‘80s with a whole wave of bands led by The Meteors and King Kurt, and went one step further in the ‘90s with Tiger Army and all the bands that followed in their wake. However, it’s only the roots of Psychobilly that concern us here, in this collection of
wild vinyl oddities from the 50s and early 60s: a curious mix of rockabilly, surf instrumentals and overall beatnik weirdness, often thrashed out by genuine wildmen in the middle of nowhere.

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