cool lo-fo garage punk, with some intensely unpredictable vocals!
Link Wray live at the Paradiso LP
To me this is just ok. Its Link, so its cool. Some of it almost sounds like early British Punk stuff, and has a ton of covers. Its worth the 5 bucks i spent, but not too much more.
Haunted George- American Crow ( in the red records)
Just as creepy as usual, it sounds a little less lo-fi to me, but i still really dig it.
The Best of Wilson Picket
I guess this is self explanatory?
Tex Ritter- An American legend (4 lp box set)
Pretty much the definitive collection of this early country singer, he was also the host of the Town Hall Party t.v. show!
The Mummies- play their own records (estrus records)
Another awesome re-issue of the Mummies. Slammin out some swingin garage blasters and a couple of sleazy surfy instros on the B side.
The Arrows- Blues Theme 45
Erin found this for me, and i couldn't believe it! Davie Allen and the Arrows are one of my favorite surf/ instro bands. Plus they do the soundtracks to a lot of the awesome early biker flicks. Man this fuzzed out single is great!
This is another one of those Master of Horror Movies. Im not sure how i think about this series. Ive seen some that i thought sucked. Then others (like this) were awesome. The story is messed up from the beginning. A sort of turf war between serial killers.
A bus crashes in the middle of nowhere: One walks to a nearby hotel, some hitch a ride with a murderous trucker, and the others stay with the bus and get hacked up by a murderous hitch hiker.
Its almost a sick comedy of sorts. All the killers are hilarious in their own ways. It does have its fair share of gore so dont let me forget that part. The end is what really got me.....I woulda never guessed!
I also got these super snazzy slabs o wax!
This one was sent to me from a good pal. Its a hand made record by Peter King. He uses a home made lathe. Less than 50 in existence, theyre also square 8 in clear records! Whoa!
A group of young film makers break into an abandoned sanitarium......well i wonder what happens? Of course, they're filming a zombie flick! Half way through their filming they stumble across a dead body, and decide to use it in their movie. From what i read online, the movie was filmed in 10 days. So i guess the fact that the acting and special effects were horrible arent too bad for the time that was actually put into it.
If you actually watch this keep an eye for the scene with the Zombies catching on fire and when they throw the TV at a zombie and it bursts into sparks! Now that is some awesome effects. I wonder if they were just hurrying through the movie or just didnt know how to do it any better. Anyways, enough bad mouthing this fine movie. It did have some awesome gore scenes and some real cool lookin creatures. They even had a zombie punchin right through someone, and a cool axe scene.
The best part is that no one survives....none of this happily ever after garbage!
I went to Geneva-On-the-Lake .....and all i got was this rad stuff!
This was my Carny dream! games, food, booze, my woman, hot damn!
Me and Erin celebrated out 2 year anniversary ( hence the Geneva Experience) and she got me these Ultra-Rad presents! Shes always more thoughtful than me.....some reason i cant stray away from the record store gift certificates....