Metz (3) ‎– Metz

Label:
Ossining Records ‎– OSR 1001
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release
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Tracklist

A1 Do Ya Wanna
A2 Slap Dat
A3 Showing No Mercy
A4 Where The Sidewalk Ends
B1 Born To Please
B2 Its Miss Adventure Herself
B3 Come On Baby (Tell Me How Ya Really)
B4 On An On An On
B5 Your What Ah Need

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Notes

Released with a hype sticker on shrink wrap. Original vinyl was on Chrome Starr records from 1974.

All Songs By W. Metz
Chrome Starr Pub. BMI
All Rights Reserved
© 1974 Ossining Records
Made In U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runoff): OSR 1001-A PCMTR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runoff): OSR 1001-B PCMTR
  • Label Code: OSR 1001

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HWL1223

HWL1223

January 23, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
I am the original engineer on this album. Wonder if Metz is still alive? We were kids back then - it was between 1970-1972! His method was to turn everything all the way up.
He still owes me money!
Do you wanna party is (still) hit material, IMHO.
towHee89

towHee89

August 13, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
Originally released in 1974 on Chrome Starr records (A take on Lone Star) these guys played raunchy glam rock with black background singers (Think "Black Coffee" by Humble Pie) The songs reek of sex, partying, and feature killer guitar solos and Hammond B-3 breaks alongside sporting a very Ron Goedert-styled (White Witch) lead singer (one William Metzler who was also the band leader and guitarist). This is a lost classic and thankfully dug up by Rich Haupt & Co. Some may complain of the lack of fadeouts and how they songs go on too long, but I think this is a benefit, not a hindrance. As the Acid Archives says the band give time for the MDA-snorting, sped-out audience to dance to and I'm sure Metz were a live favorite in the area. It's still fairly unknown, there's a needle drop of the original Chrome Starr on Youtube for you to check to see if you want to buy. I have not seen anything else by Ossining so methinks this was just made for this album alone, but I could be wrong. This is a nice reissue and I see PCMTR in the deadwax - recommend for fans of Humble Pie, glam era Mott the Hoople, and Florida glam-psych band White Witch (Capricorn Records). Get it while it's still cheap!