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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Heavy Metal Kids - Ain't Nothing But A House Party 7" (1975)

After some Disco-Boogie here's some Heavy Metal-Glitter Funk for you...
Stomp your hands and clap your feet to the Heavy Metal Kids' beat !
It's party time and as far as I'm concerned it's parting time... expect probably one more post in the next few days and then I just might pop in every now and then... who knows...


Friday, March 26, 2010

Tyla Gang - Suicide Jockey 7" (1977)

As it happens Sean Tyla produced Little Bob Story's second single just posted... so why not give a listen to some of his own stuff... "Suicide Jockey" was Skydog's first ever release... scratchy but groovy and catchy Disco-Boogie....


Thursday, March 25, 2010

Little Bob Story - Let Me In 7" (1975)

Second single by Little Bob Story and a great one too... as you may know the band had a strong connection with the english scene (played a lot in England at the time) and eventually toured France with Dr Feelgood and the Heavy Metal Kids... and somehow this actually sounds like a kind of heavy metal version of Dr Feelgood (especially Side B)... let's say Feelgood with the guy from Rose Tattoo or the one from Accept (remember Accept... I'm A Rebel ???) on vocals (yes I know the 3 of them are rather litlle)... somehow... well somehow only....

Now to the Little Sob Story.... I'm gonna take a break from blogging and most probably quit for good.... I really hope John will reappear sometimes.... I'm gonna post one or two last goodies (well it 's obviously a question of taste...) and then...
Let Me Out!


Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Little Bob Story - Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood 7" (1975)

Pub Rock from Le Havre (call it Pub Dock then) back in 1975... very good version of "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood"...
This time I'm sparing you all the attributes of vintage vinyl because it really was more like guessing what you were actually listening to behind all the scratches, clicks, crackles etc... than anything else.... so it's taken from a CD and yes CD's do have their charms too.

Side A: Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
Side B : I Don't Know


Sunday, March 21, 2010

Cyanide - I'm A Boy 7" (1978)

First single by Cyanide... already posted their two other ones a while back.... if you're not into vintage scratchy vinyl and think that the charms of clicks, pops, surface noise are but most of all if you dig the stuff... get yourself a copy of Cyanide's "Punk Rock Collection" CD from Captain Oi!... DO IT!

I'M A BOY 7"

Sunday, March 07, 2010

The Guttersnipes - Addicted To Love 7" (1988)

Great stuff... from Shug O'Neil ex Sparrer... yes this 7" and their first LP sound really close to Cock Sparrer's Running Riot In '84 album but their second LP really was unique.... they released a third album I've never heard described as more Pop oriented... should have been successful... really...

Side A: Addicted To Love
Side B: Loves Young Dream