The D-Men* ‎– I Wanna Shout!

Break-A-Way Records ‎– BREAK 039
Vinyl, LP, Compilation

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A1 I Just Don't Care
Written-By – Askew*, Engler*
A2 Hi-Heel Sneakers
Written-By – Higginbotham*
A3 Love Could Show Me
Written-By – Askew*, Wadhams*
A4 Don't You Know
Written-By – Askew*, Wadhams*
A5 No Hope For Me
Written-By – Askew*, Wadhams*
A6 Like I Love You
Written-By – Askew*, Wadhams*
A7 Every Minute Of Every Day
Written-By – Askew*, Wadhams*
B1 So Little Time
Written-By – Askew*, Wadhams*
B2 Boom Boom
Written-By – Hooker*
B3 When I'm Gone
Written-By – Askew*, Wadhams*
B4 Empty Heart
Written-By – Nanker/Phelge*
B5 It's Cruel
Written-By – Evans*, Engler*, Wadhams*
B6 Night On Fire
Written-By – Askew*, Wadhams*
B7 I Wanna Shout!
Written-By – Evans*, Engler*, Wadhams*

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compilation of their singles and unreleased sides

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  • Rights Society: GEMA



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November 3, 2015
D-MEN was a '60s US garage/beat band from Stamford, Connecticut. This is a painstakingly remastered collection of rare 1964-'66 singles and unreleased recordings. Includes a great LP-sized full glossy 4-page insert with pics and history by Goldmine writer Joseph Tortelli. Take the 14 tunes of this platter, add a band named The D-Men, and you've got a driving, shaking demonstration of US mid 1960's British invasion influenced Garage'n'Roll. The D-Men are best remembered today for their minor hit success with 45s such as 'I Just Don't Care' or 'So Little Time'. Their biggest success and recognition though, came in 1967 under their new name 'The Fifth Estate' when they charted nationwide with their baroque rock adaptation 'Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead'. But the 1964-'66 recorded tracks on this platter were the ones which got first played to the neighbourhood kids and then to wild fans which often brought the house down.