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posted a review of Zoltán Jeney - Om. 16 days ago
On and on and on this goes, relentless in it's infernal bleep drone. Useful as it will annoy any of your trendy hipster acquaintances and get them out of your house real fast. Separates the avant men from the wannabe hippoid boys.
posted a review of Reparata And The Delrons - 1970 Rock & Roll Revolution. 25 days ago
It's 1970 and there's a Rock'nRoll revolution going on, who can it be? Dylan going up the country? The Beatles throwing in the towel and presenting the world separate Beatleism work? It could be Marc Bolan dreaming without Tolkien on his shoulder, ... See full review
posted a review of Lee Michaels - Carnival Of Life. about 1 month ago
Great psych pop/rock album that has been under appreciated for over 50 years...once heard never forgotten, great sound to this one...it's available real cheap and is a must to be snapped up by any passing psych head.
Do not miss out on this one, I'll say ... See full review
posted a review of Ritual Chair - Ashamed. about 1 month ago
If you like listening to someones pain and suffering this is for you, could be a considered earful. Be careful in case voyeuristic tendencies take over, you have been warned.
posted a comment on Yoko Ono - Fly. about 1 month ago
.yoko came blazing into the seventies with a couple of long players of primo trance caterwauling and riff boogie and this one being a double gives the listener twice as much ono to really get a flipped lid with...cerebral blasting screech yodeled over ... See full review
posted a review of John Lennon / Yoko Ono* - Unfinished Music No. 2: Life With The Lions. about 1 month ago
second long player from johnyoko and this can be divided into two distinct entities, first side a 26 minute freejazz blowout and side two, more personal type stuff and some 'home experiments'...the long piece on side one's called cambridge 69 and its ... See full review
posted a review of John Lennon And Yoko Ono* - Unfinished Music No. 1. Two Virgins. about 1 month ago
...this, the first collaboration from johnyoko outside the fabs for public consumption came out to mainly public blankness, if it weren't for the cover getting some frenzied activity from the square press this would sit alongside georges 'electronic ... See full review
posted a review of The Stooges - 1970: The Complete Fun House Sessions. about 1 month ago
this is some hotcha package of goodness if ever such an article existed through the whole history of the HEP world from the ancient hash eaters to the NOWness of NOW...funhouse spread to a gigantic six discs (full up to the brim discs, no rip off here, ... See full review
posted a comment on The Stooges - Fun House. about 1 month ago
alongside funkadelics 'maggot brain' and slys 'riot' no other long player reflected the state of uncle sams autocracy more than fun house, the stooges second go round for elektra records (who got burnt by the MC5 so their patience with street level ... See full review
posted a review of The Stooges - The Stooges. about 1 month ago
.the first stooges LP is a brilliant forward looking entity which at the time was derided as amateur playing with delinquent theatrics, a going nowhere disc that would soon be forgotten about was how the record business saw the stooges, a lost cause that ... See full review
posted a review of Iggy Pop - The Bowie Years. 2 months ago
If you are a Pop Head then really, there is no need to get this, the live discs are bootleg quality and you almost certainly got them more than once cluttering up your Stooges collection.. Packaging is cheap and nasty, though that may be the ... See full review
posted a comment on Wendy James - Queen High Straight. 2 months ago
The printing on this is really really small, in fact the whole cover is on the cheap side, could have been done much better considering how much James is charging. Musically it's up to her standard, it's the packaging that needed to be better, much ... See full review
posted a review of The Shaggs - Philosophy Of The World. 2 months ago
...lester bangs got some kind of bead on this wax when he enlightened his readers with the blabber that it's up there with john/yoko'life with the lions'-blonde on blonde-teenage jesus as landmarks in the meandering path of rocknroll but that only goes ... See full review
posted a comment on Schoolly-D* - Schoolly-D. 3 months ago
...back in the day a young gun going by the epithet Schoolly-D along with DJ Code Money threw down some cheba enhanced jams of street strutting, party tugging urban regeneration grooves with Schoolly kicking in with rudimentary but oh so effective beat ... See full review
posted a review of Ke$ha* - Animal. 3 months ago
This review was written in 2010 so read it from that time:...what's going on in pop land those and these days?, the ugly noise mongers and 'hipster' alternate avant rockers are just going in a nowhere direction floundering about in the ghettos of their ... See full review
posted a review of Fifty Foot Hose - Cauldron. 3 months ago
Wheeze and whirl, clank and bang with oodles of brain popping doodles spreading itself over some pretty nifty west coast acid folk rocking, psyched hippies and electrical boffins spraying outta-space vibes from their mind liquefying paisley ... See full review
posted a comment on Crushed Butler - Uncrushed: Previously Unreleased British Punk From The Underground 1969-1971. 3 months ago
..by the time these tracks were laid down in '69/'70, jesse hector had been rocking out in various guises for at least a decade and it kind of shows with these angry hippy / bo diddley / anarcho-teddy boy thrashers...heavy rocking street thuds of ... See full review
posted a review of Shakin' Street - Vampire Rock. 3 months ago
..formed in the mid seventies in paris by vocalist fabienne shine who wails in fine fashion as a rocking metal maiden / punk siren on this first and best waxing (the second one had fancy production courtesy sandy pearlman who was practising ideas for the ... See full review
posted a review of The Mothers Of Invention* - Freak Out!. 3 months ago
...mutant rhythm & blues takes it's place in the maltshops / shopping malls / psychedelic dungeons of the great society of johnsons amerikkka...insinuating it's hungry freaks into the cuboid workaday world of' uptight plastic people, these unwashed ... See full review
posted a review of Snatch (3) - Snatch. 3 months ago
...when these two rocking gals from the big apple hooked up in old london towne back in '74 they originally thought of openig a hat shop as a vehicle for channelling their creativity but quickly came to the conclusion that maybe not too many had the same ... See full review
posted a comment on Pärson Sound - Pärson Sound. 3 months ago
...from outta the swedish underground scene circa 1966/8 came the parson sound, a group of free jazzers/avant experimenters who worked in the area of hippy jazz folk drone making long extended jams where the sound meanders along untried routes...anyone ... See full review
posted a comment on Avengers - Avengers. 3 months ago
...the first three tracks represent the avengers first single and for all intents and purposes this 7 incher is what their reputation is built on...arriving on the nascent frisco punk scene in '77 they blew the left over earth shoe hippys into yesterday ... See full review
posted a review of Françoise Hardy - Françoise Hardy. 3 months ago
...its like this, francoise is so cool on this wax its as if she's been making her habitat in the fridge and that's a stone cold fact that can't be disputed here there or anywhere...this whole disc has such a solid gonesville laid back beatnik vibe its ... See full review
posted a review of Burzum - Beneath The Ruins Of Christianity…. 3 months ago
...the murky fog and generational tape hiss haze here is possible entrance into some psychedelic netherworld full of distortion and distraction with little hope of returning the same...although an illicit recording by a cat who seems to be wandering ... See full review
posted a comment on The Beach Boys - Smile. 3 months ago
SMiLE, the rock'n'roll worlds greatest unfinished masterpiece? the record that never was, the unreleased waxy genius of Brian Wilson was originally going to be unleashed to the public sometime in the early days of flower power but as most now know that ... See full review
posted a review of Richard Brautigan - Listening To Richard Brautigan. 3 months ago
...digging RB is a high flying buzz, chillin and grooving with cool abandon,a total trip...richard was a left field beatnik caught up in the hippy scene when he came to prominence in the late 60's world-wide underground market place when publishing ... See full review
posted a comment on Patty Waters - The Complete ESP-Disk' Recordings. 3 months ago
...ESP-Disk sure had the real out there folks back then in them there 6oh times and patty sure was out there if nowhere else...not too many got to really dig her stuff back then and if they did they'd not know what to think, at least for a while as ... See full review
posted a review of GTO's - Permanent Damage. 3 months ago
...these cooled-out ladies of the canyon, the eternally exotic mamas of rock'n'roll lay down their thoughts on life in the HEP mod scene of hollywood late 1960's, plus documenting the lecherous creepy cubes they meet out in the square world...they get in ... See full review
posted a review of The Manson Family - The Manson Family Sings The Songs Of Charles Manson. 3 months ago
...an exploitational waxing that was recorded when the trials started to keep the family in the public eye, as if the public needed reminding, the rich squares were in a panic to the degree the family were in their dreams, casting creepy crawl nightmares ... See full review
posted a review of Charles Manson - A Taste Of Freedom. 3 months ago
...charlie, being the free spirit that he is finds it is necessary for the guardians of morality to keep him under lock and key lest the truths he beholds run amok over the land and the business world finds itself strung up with no means of exploiting ... See full review
posted a review of Charles Manson - The Son Of Man. 3 months ago
...1980s prison recording from charles is a right-on slab of heavy disturbed back alley blues, the like of which don't get seen/heard too often in this air conditioned fluffy bunny age...it would be appropriate to call this work desperate man blues, no ... See full review
posted a review of Vashti Bunyan - Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind (Singles And Demos 1964 To 1967). 3 months ago
...back in the early sixties when vashti was an artschool beatnik grooving around london folky clubs she hooked up with andy loog oldham, immediately scored a tune from the glimmer twins and looked all set to be the latest swinging london pop sensation ... See full review
posted a review of Stack Waddy - Bugger Off!. 3 months ago
...this second wax from the mighty stackwaddy proved once and for all that these cats were kings of the festering slag heap when it come to laying down the mutating fried over boogie sludge...from the first tune it's obvious these layabouts have been ... See full review
posted a comment on Stack Waddy - Stack Waddy. 3 months ago
...roaring out of the mean streets and back alley public houses of manchester, this northern england blues band kicked it like the end of the world was happening...apocalyptic rent party scrounging loud and proud swill mongers whose only concerns were ... See full review
posted a review of Paris Hilton & Danger Mouse, Banksy - Paris. 3 months ago
...a few years back the celebrated miss hilton put out a dance pop album that drew media attention from all comers for all of five minutes, everyone getting in some frenzied accusations about the tunes not being so good, miss hilton not being an ... See full review
posted a review of Sandie Shaw - Reviewing The Situation. 3 months ago
...we'll take it as read that everyone perusing this is somewhat familiar with sandies sixties joints, the pop/lounge/R&B ditties that constitute a mostly cool and fun listen when the mood takes one in that direction, but what may not be remembered by so ... See full review
posted a comment on Sunburned Hand Of The Man. 4 months ago
We hear talk of this lot updating the ideas of early Zappa and Amon Duul 2, unfortunately this is not so. a lot of these albums are deadly dull, so best to head over to Bandcamp where one can listen / download for free. Get an idea of this stuff before ... See full review
posted a review of Transvision Vamp - I Want Your Love. 5 months ago
Top blow out of Vampness, everything you need from Wendy and her chaps, all three LPs plus a multitude of extra goodies, totally on the money. One of the great bands of the 80s, recycling T.Rex riffs,Troggs thud, Velvet Underground sleaze plus plenty of ... See full review
posted a comment on Flying Saucer Attack - Mirror. 5 months ago
As soon as I saw that artwork it was obvious it was Pouncy getting busy with the brush, his style has stayed the same for over 30 years, good job if you can get it.
posted a review of The Primitives - Echoes And Rhymes. 6 months ago
Usually when bands get back on the circuit it's not worth the effort to get with their groove, that's always assuming they still got one, but somehow The Primitives have captured the old sound and took it back again with some old sixties tunes.

Tracy ... See full review
submitted Mary Lou Lord - Got No Shadow. 6 months ago
submitted I, Ludicrous - Dull Is The New Interesting. 6 months ago
posted a comment on Slumber Party - Psychedelicate. 6 months ago
Anyone who can mix up the New Tweedy Bros. and delicate trance noise Velvet underground and still sound like Slumber Party is aOK, definitely one to grab an earful of.
posted a comment on Eighth Wonder - Fearless. 6 months ago
The cover photo has a Transvision Vamp vibe to it, how coincidental life is.
posted a comment on The Electric Prunes - Release Of An Oath. 7 months ago
No actual involvement by any Prune, not as good as Mass in F Minor which does have some Prunes.
Absolutely not garage rock.
posted a review of Poly Styrene - Generation Indigo. 8 months ago
Unfortunately Poly made an annonymous sounding album with this last effort, which is a great shame. Plus the artwork being dark blue is not doing her any favours.
Grab your X-Ray Spex and remember her this way.
posted a comment on Various - Brown Acid: The First Trip (Heavy Rock From The American Comedown Era). 8 months ago
Nice selection of downer rock from a load of losers you never heard of (except Josefus). Well worth picking up cheap and that more or less goes for all the series.
If you like drugged up hard rock slop this is a good taster, you will like it.
posted a comment on David Bowie - Conversation Piece. 9 months ago
Starting to listen now and the first disc is about the same sounding as the bootlegs.
posted a review of The King Blues - Save The World, Get The Girl. 9 months ago
What messes this up is the fake London patois accent used, very annoying.
posted a comment on Deerhoof - Mountain Moves. 10 months ago
Very much a WOKE album, riding on the trend of wokeness which will peter out and leave the Hoof looking for a new angle,