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Disc 1

1. Rumble - Link Wray & His Ray Men
2. Space Guitar - Young John Watson
3. Rockin’ Rebel - The Strangers
4. When Johnny Come Slidin’ Home - Hollywood Vines
5. The Rocket Man - The Spotnicks
6. Twenty Thousand Leagues - The Champs
7. Stampede - The Scarlets
8. The Whip - The Frantics
9. Orbit (The Spy) - Paul Revere & The Raiders
10. Pigmy - Baby Sticks & The Kingtones
11. Sabre Dance - Jan Davis
12. The Grissle - The Hawks
13. The Ghost Hop - The Surfmen
14. Week End - The Kingsmen
15. Underwater - The Frogmen
16. Boss - The Rumblers
17. Late Date - The Parkays
18. Do The Surfer Stomp (Part Two) - Bruce Johnston
19. Shake ‘N’ Stomp - Dick Dale
20. Bonfire (Part One) - Ronny Kay

 

Disc 2

1. El Toro - The Surfmen
2. Thunder - The Storms
3. Supersonic - Billy Mure’s Super-Sonic Guitars
4. The Wild Bird - The Jive-A-Tones
5. Green Mosquito - Tune Rockers
6. Jack The Ripper - Link Wray
7. Entry Of The Gladiators - Nero & The Gladiators
8. Lowdown - The Champs
9. Rebel Rouser - Duane Eddy
10. Bongo Rock - The Jetstreams
11. Misirlou - Dick Dale & the Del-Tones
12. Moon Dawg! - The Gamblers
13. Galloping Guitars - The Spotnicks
14. Boogie Guitar - The Fabulous Cyclones
15. Zig Zag - The Ramrods
16. Church Key - The Revels
17. Hill Stomp - The Strangers
18. Quite A Party - The Fireballs
19. The 2,000 Pound Bee (Part One) - The Ventures
20. The 2,000 Pound Bee (Part Two) - The Ventures

Rumble

Artist VARIOUS ARTISTS

Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD691

Bar-Code 5060143496912

Availability: In stock

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If any single instrument could be said to symbolize rock & roll, surely it has to be the electric guitar. Whether bursting out of a Vox AC30 amplifier at the school dance, screaming from a stack of speakers at a stadium show, jumping from a neighbourhood jukebox, or the more modest sound of a 45rpm single revolving on your Dansette - the guitar was King! Of course, the saxophone, Hammond organ and bass guitar all helped, but gathered together on this fascinating compilation of instrumental hits are some prime slabs of the ever mighty, meaty electric guitar…

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