Various ‎– Garage Punk Unknowns Volume 8! (18 Rockin' Mid-60s Punk Thumpers!)

Crypt Records ‎– CRYPT LP-064
Vinyl, LP, Compilation


A1 Uprisers* Let Me Take You Down
A2 Chris Allen & The Good-Timers My Imagination
A3 Serfmen* Chills & Fever
A4 Gee Tees* Put You Down
A5 Riots* I Can Go On
A6 Village Outcast* Under My Thumb
A7 PB & The Staunchmen* Mean Willie
A8 Marauders* Warning
A9 Spirits* Almost There
B1 Senders* Party Line
B2 Beethovens Four* Sets My Soul On Fire
B3 Beau Havens* Feel So Good
B4 Something Else (2) I Can't Believe
B5 Cosmic Tones Gonna Build Me A Woman
B6 Souls Of Britton J.J. (Come Back To Me)
B7 Epics* Humpty Dumpty
B8 Canadian Rogues You Better Stop
B9 Apollos Apaches* Why Tolerate

Companies, etc.


  • Lacquer Cut ByDG*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): CRYPT-064-A EUROPADISK DMM NY USA 12060 DG S-33671
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): CRYPT-064-B EUROPADISK DMM NY USA 12060 DG S-33672



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November 30, 2014
edited about 1 year ago

WAAAAUUGH!! If I'm not very much mistaken - this was the final entry in the Garage Punk Unknowns series**. On the Back From the Grave series Tim Warren tracked down and paid all the bands... but this series held a bunch of mystery bands who were more or less untraceable (hence 'unknowns').
The entire series is worth picking up if you like un-psychedelic primo teen raunch from the golden age, 1965 - 67 era.
Like the BFTG series it sticks to a tried and tested formula - teen bands, primitive productions, high energy, few covers... but measuring very high on the enthusiasm-o-meter. Yeah - all these bands were filled with massive self-belief that they could be the next Yardbirds or Stones. The records they made were rough, raw.... and brilliant.
Great series - highly recommended for fans of the real spirit of rock n' roll.... teen rebellion!! Yeah!

** Until the new 'Last Of The Garage Punk Unknowns' series that Tim issued in 2015/16.