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    VariousWhat A Way To Die

    Label:Satan Records – SR 1313
    Vinyl, LP, Compilation
    Style:Garage Rock


    A1The Pleasure SeekersWhat A Way To Die
    A2Larry & The Loafers*Let's Go To The Beach
    A3The Teddy Boys*Don't Mess With Me
    A4The Grains Of Sand*That's When Happiness Began
    A5The Magic MushroomI'm Gone
    A6The KnavesLeave Me Alone
    A7The Renegades (3)13 Women
    B1The First FourEmpty Heart
    B2Richard And The Young Lions*You Can Make It
    B3The Beech-Nuts*My Iconoclastic Life
    B4The Human Beingz*Evil Hearted You
    B5The Swingin' MachineDo I Have To Ask?
    B6The EnfieldsShe Already Has Somebody
    B7The Pleasure SeekersNever Thought You'd Leave Me
    B8Sonny Gee And The StandelsTidal Wave


    15 Forgotten Losers from the Mid 60's

    In one now famous aliens invade Earth sub-epic, the outer world emissary discloses that he has come to conquer because earthlings are, "stupid". All I can say to that is AMEN! This stupidity (you may refer to it as ignorance or innocence if you'd rather) unites the choice selections on this collection as much as the era of sound from which they came.
    Dedicated to Earl Rheum, Popular Guy.

    B8 is not credited on the record, listed as Special Extra Bonus Cut.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, Etched): SR-1313-A -2-
    • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Etched): SR-1313-B -2-

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    What A Way To Die (LP, Compilation, Reissue)Satan RecordsSR 1313USUnknown
    New Submission
    What A Way To Die (LP, Compilation, Reissue)Satan RecordsSR 1313USUnknown


    hosk79's profile picture
    One of the best 60ies Garage Colllections...every track is good !!
    Bradx's profile picture
    Edited 6 years ago
    Great collection of mid '60s hard-edged garage crunchers. Not a bad track on it.
    When this came out in the early '80s it was an essential bit of kit for fans of the genre... as there weren't that many comps available during this era. The scene was just taking off really.
    A ton of great tracks including both sides of The Pleasure Seekers single featuring the Quatro sisters, the pounding fuzz of Richard & the Young Lions' immortal You Can Make It and The Beech-Nuts nihilistic tombstone My Iconoclastic Life are among my favourites - but basically it's all great. The guy who compiled this one really knew the meaning of the phrase "all killer, no filler". This is a potent brew uncontaminated by drippy hippy noodling, horrible 'acid' rock or any 'mature' rock mannerisms al la The Doors or their later '60s brethren. This is all prime teen clatter.
    Because early/mid '80s mainstream rock was so lame and feeble - it only made this type of compilation sound even more urgent and vital.