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  • NEW IN STOCK - 2012.49

    Mister Childish (Buff Medways/Headcoats/Milkshakes) and Mister Ming (Diamond Gussets/Tasty Ones/TV Personalities) have been writing poetry, playing music and painting pictures together since 1979 when they formed Phyroid Press. Their work together, documented by several LPs and 25 small press publications, is inspired by the early DaDaists, Edward Lear, Captain Beefheart and the literature of the absurd. The Guardian described their material as "An authentic output of creative play." Billy and Sexton describe it as "A smoking chimney stack that falls over and crushes your wife and kids." Curiously both are true. This is their latest and final album, which follows on nicely from their last album 'Here Come The Fleece Geese' ten years ago in 2002. Similar in style to the last one, it reminds us of Peter Cook and Dudley Moore at their most diverse.


    This specially-priced Lion Productions LP edition contains all known grooving and infectious Middle Eastern inflected rock/beat tracks from the Sea-ders (or Cedars, depending on which 45 label you look at), Lebanon's top musical export to the world. Eight dynamic tracks, with driving rhythms, blazing electric bouzouki (or oud?), recorded between 1966-1968. Fantastic! Many groups have used elements of Eastern music to add mystery and exotica to their sound; the Sea-ders didn't flirt with foreign culture-they tapped right into the source. Decca Records contacted the group and offered them a record deal in the UK. Well, that didn't pan out, making the band's EP a very rare item indeed, despite being one of the most exciting releases of the era. Faced with studio bills from Decca, they sold their instruments and equipment and moved back to Beirut, leaving this perfect microcosm of exotic '60s pop in their wake. Liner notes by Mike Stax (Ugly Things Magazine). Limited pressing of only 500 copies. This time around, vinyl is mastered at 45 RPM, for maximum fidelity. The Sea-ders would only record eight tracks, but what amazing tracks they are! "As Record Collector magazine once noted, the Sea-Ders took a decidedly different tack when approaching this thing that is rock & roll. Instead of spiraling into over the top eastern-flavored otherness (like so many of their peers at the time) the Sea-Ders, having landed in London and signed to Decca in 1967, embraced a more primal, early Kinks-esque, approach to their songwriting. Coming from Beirut their take on the genre was already unique with succinct flourishes of psych and freakbeat coupled with their inherent cultural influences. Like so many non-western takes on the genre, the end result is a curious and unexpected gem." -Aquarium Drinkard. "They effortlessly combine hookah-smoked Middle-Eastern guitar lines & hand drum beats with flawless London pop-psych production, and the effect is decidedly heady." -Weirdo Records.


    EXPECTED - 2012.49

    With REATARDS-rippers, BLACK LIPS-shingalings and FATALS-distortion SHADY & THE VAMP puts the deranged teenage youth into wild ecstasy and introduces them to new dances with no names. Slowing down the rhythm while singing in HUNX- and SHANGRI-LAS-tradition to the broken hearted, the fast pogo-chaos changes into kissing lovebirds, lying on dirty beer-floors: Hands get lost, couples become sextets and sometimes a moustache meets a moustache. In 2009 Rickey Rocket & Doc Julius recorded three songs and let them get anonymously into their local garage promoter and played their first concert as "closing-band" for the legendary Englishmen-band THE MASONICS and impressed garage-punk fathers Bruce HEADCOATS Brand and Mickey MILKSHAKES Hampshire: "I don't think they can keep that high energy very long". Since then their killer-song repertoire is still growing ad infinitum. They brought NOBUNNY to cut his feet by shards of beer glasses, they let forget the audience on a dirty saturday night that the main act THE MAGNETIX was missing, KING AUTOMATIC dreams since the two shows he shared with them of a whole band, they gave THE MONSTERS the shivers at their record release party and they also showed JACK OF HEART how to dress properly. In late 2010 SHADY & THE VAMP released their super limited 9-song cassette (so limited, not even numbered) on HIGH TIME records, which was followed in mid 2011 by their 7" Baby, I'm gonna make you mine on HIGH TIME/MONAVALE. It's garage-punk in the way it should sound in this decade. Garage-punk loved by boys and adored by girls. In 2012 they went to Toulouse. During a weekend at LOSPIDERs studio they recorded a couple of songs. The result is a psyched silk-screen printed 10" on Moi J'Connais Records!


    The third long player from Canada's Steve Adamyk Band. Aggressive garage-pop-punk sounds, keeping it tight and far from overproduced. The formula is simple, no one is trying to re-invent the wheel. With that said, they're totally staying clear of cheese and cliches. Includes free download.


    A reissue of their long out of print 10-inch, now presented as a limited edition 140-grams 12-inch, playing at 45rpm. Includes a bonus CD, new artwork, remastered sound and a new running order of the tracks! Features ' I Ain't No Dreamer', ' So Cheap, So Deadly', 'Anymore', 'Hang Around' and 'Beat Me'.


    Rockabilly Hall of Fame inductee and founding member of The Pacers, Sonny Burgess, performs live in the studios that Elvis built, Sun Studios! Burgess and his band, which includes many of the original studio players who literally invented rock'n'roll music at Sun Studios, roar through timeless classics such as Bill Haley's 'Rock Around The Clock' plus 'Let The Good Times Roll', 'Brown Eyed Girl' and so much more! 14 Tracks in total.


    Prepare for this long-awaited collection celebration of rare, unknown and unissued demos and live recordings from Norton/Kicks teen kings the DEL-AIRES! Dig the colossal 'ZOMBIE STOMP', the first ever collection of 1959-1963 East Coast twist/grease/instro/rockabilly/rock n' roll from the Vitalis vindicators of the stage, the screen and shellac! You know them as the sand-kickin' stompers in HORROR OF PARTY BEACH. Now revel in a full onslaught of Del-Aires fabulousness, including their earliest pre-Del-Aires recordings and the mythic Angel Lounge live sets -direct from master tapes- unreal sound! Massive gatefold packages with extensive bio notes! Giant gatefold vinyl foot long schlong! WAX 'EM DOWN! So Far-So Long / Someplace Else / Wigglin And Wobblin / Drag / Sing Sing Sing / Arlene / Treble Rock / The Crawl / Zombie Stomp / Back Beat No. 1 / Ive Got My Eyes On You / Stubborn Kind Of Fellow / Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah / Do You Love Me / Black And Blue / Wigglin And Wobblin / Berserk / Horror Of Party Beach Trailer *=previously unissued


    On this album the band somewhat moves away from the garage rock horror sound for which they've become known. Instead 'Caterwaul' embraces more of a punk'n'roll sound in the vein of Pussy Galore, Cramps, or The Jesus & Mary Chain's first record 'Psychocandy'.


    ..'59-63'. The third volume of brain spraining early unheralded, underworshipped unknown Kim Fowley productions and manipulations arrives as a soundtrack distraction to his upcoming hip pocket paperback 'LORD OF GARBAGE' from Kicks Books. Kim's always stirring the pot and this time he heaves the boiling stew right into the smug mugs of rock critics and musicologists with a third full-on frantic footlong fricassee guaranteed to cause the listener to rearrange the furniture... and other things! Collect the set and get a party started. KIM GARRI AND THE RHYTHM KINGS - Big Bad Wolf / KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE - Big Tears / UPTONES - No More / RENEGADE FIVE - Young And Wild / JOHN PAUL JONES - Kalani Honey / KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE - The Knight In Shining Armor / SKIP AND JOHNNY - More Marathon / FALLEN ANGELS - Up On The Mountain / KIM FOWLEY - Astrology / WOLF PACK - The Baddest Wolf / LARRY GREEN AND THE RHYTHMAIRES - Watch Your Step / KIM FOWLEY - The Trip / NAVARROS - Moses / ROGUES - Wanted: Dead Or Alive / GRAINS OF SAND - Goin Away Baby / GRAINS OF SAND - Golden Apples Of The Sun / E. ZANE WOOD AND THE DOMINION - Got Me Stupid / KIM FOWLEY - Outrageous Radio Spot


    Hollywood plays banging dirty rock'n'roll, full of four on the floor sneering energy. They sound like a rowdy version of Flamin Groovies' played at Descendents speed. The songs on 'Love Child' swerve through noisy punk, furious hopped up garage and glam inspired fuzz riffs, and it's certainly not an LP filled with the same boring power chords over and over again.


    On their first album cover they had a horse, this one is sporting a wooden duck. You may ask if there is some kind of plan behind all of this. Well, of course not. Or maybe that's the plan. One thing is for sure, the plan certainly includes sticking together to write, play and record outstanding songs and release records on small labels like BACHELOR. This here is the third slab of vinyl on that label. The music is quite diverse, you can take a journey through roots country, rock'n'roll and garage punk-tinged songs, but it still sounds very homogenous in its entirety. Yeah, its only blah blah, but how can someone write about this great full length without starting to stutter?! SO JUST LISTEN FOR YOURSELF!


    After re-releasing the official 'Reg King' album and 'Missing In Action' E.P., several years ago, Circle Records had every intention of releasing another complete album of the former ACTION-vocalist's original material soon afterwards. However, time passes and things often don't work out as planned. It wasn't before late 2010 that all official permissions were granted, and a further six months before restoration and editing was completed. Recorded between Reggie leaving The Action in 1968 and the end of 1969, these songs feature his former bandmates throughout (still trading as The Action without him). With just one exception, the tracks are full-band, not just acoustic sketches as many demo recordings are. Aside from three tracks rescued from unlikely tape sources and an acetate, the majority are in perfect finished master quality. For some reason, all of this material was left aside when the time came for Reggie's 1971 album. In comparison, they are brighter and more uplifting than that record, not hampered by a similar busy/heavy production. The music ranges from the soulful pop of his Action days, shows influences of jazz and just hints at the progressions yet to come. Nothing is overlong and all tracks show just what a tremendous songwriter the man was. This record bridges the gap between The Action's 'Rolled Gold' and Mr. King's official solo record perfectly. If it had been released as a last Action record, or as a first solo album, maybe Reggie's career and the appreciation for his work would have been even bigger. All 12 tracks are totally unreleased in any format. Presented in a half-laminated flipback sleeve with art that uses a treated, previously unpublished picture to striking effect (one of two in the package). Silver/blue labels inspired by the late '60s United Artists ones (done to pre-date his official album). The double-sided, semi-gloss, colour insert includes descriptive appraisal from renowned writer Kevin Pearce, along with the story of how the album came to be.


    Scrappy, melodic garage-punk from Las Cruces, NM. LOW CULTURE features members of the MARKED MEN and SHANG-A-LANG. Produced by Mark Ryan (MARKED MEN/MIND SPIDERS).


    Legendary producer Terry Manning grew up in El Paso, with his eyes and ears glued on his hero Bobby Fuller. Steeped and stewed in local rock n roll sounds, Terry, and his teenage garage combo The Wild Ones, recorded their version of the burgeoning early '60s Southwest ruckus. Terry came across this lost tape box recently and brought it home to Norton to hitch another piece onto the expanding El Paso rock n roll puzzle. Nortons 'EL PASO ROCK' series is available on LP and CD. Collect them all! Nervous Breakdown / Memphis / Just This Once / Youre In Love / Hey Baby / Sweet Little Sixteen / Boney Maronie / Mathilda /Across The Bay /Forever Christine / Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home) / Patty Baby / Way Down Yonder In New Orleans / The Dog All titles previously unissued


    PEACH KELLI POP began as an experiment for Allie Hanlon. It was a way for the drummer to step away from her kit and try writing songs. In case you don't know, she's the drummer for WHITE WIRES, who have two albums out on Going Gaga/Douchemaster and Dirtnap, toured through Europe and USA. Allie Hanlon always had her own musical outlet. Since 2009, her music has gone from the Ottawa basements and bedrooms where it spawned, to all corners of Canada and the USA. She has toured the USA under the PEACH KELLI POP moniker multiple times, with various friends completing her live band. Hanlon's output is slow: 3 years after the first self-titled album, her second, also self-titled, finally sees the light, and this time around you can hear a distinct improvement in production quality. Both albums were written, performed and recorded entirely by Hanlon, and it is clear she has learned a thing or two since her genuinely amateurish debut.


    Some of the Gamblers' earliest recordings, comp tracks and covers. Their fast sounds and raw recordings capture the energy of their live shows perfectly. Also features covers of the Damned's 'I Think I'm Wonderful', the Motards' 'No No The Girlfriend' and 'Jack-O-Lantern', originally by the Marked Men.

    The 'Hello, Lucille Are You A Lesbian?' king is back from parts unknown with a frantic new album that defies all description! Featuring Norton's newest sensations DADDY LONG LEGS on rumblin R&B instrumentation, the legendary Chicago soul screamer delivers the insanest, rawest collection of evil ass twisted genre-manglin blues EVER! Crossover, MY FOOT! Young Girls, Young Girls / Bald Headed Benny / Shake Your Funky A-S-S / Cell Phone / Why You Leave Me / You So Fine / Please Dont Freeze / I Want You To Have My Baby / The Vampire / The Death Of Betty Sue / Gravediggers


    El Paso sits on the state line between Texas and New Mexico, home of the hallowed Yucca Records, which is now a star in the Norton constellation of able labels. Yucca's output in the 1950s and 1960s was equaled by the number of recordings that sat in the can for fifty years. Available now for the first time ever, from the master tapes, comes the motherlode, selectively scattered throughout the Norton Southwest series called 'EL PASO ROCK'. AL SIMS AND THE ALPINE TWO - Party / MAX ALEXANDER AND THE HI-FI COMBO - Little Rome / DON GUESS - Finders Keepers / BOB TAYLOR AND THE COUNTS - Taylors Rock / BOB TAYLOR AND THE COUNTS - Dont Be Unfair / BOB TAYLOR AND THE COUNTS - Child Of Fortune / BOB TAYLOR AND THE COUNTS - Thunder / BOB TAYLOR AND THE COUNTS - Jill / JOHNNY GARMON AND THE SHADOWS - Youre Wrong / JOHNNY GARMON AND THE SHADOWS - The Shadows Dance / JOHNNY GARMON AND THE SHADOWS - Since I Found You / DON ORR AND THE ORIGINAL ROCKETS - Sarah Jane / AL SIMS - Green Gater Ater / ROCK KINGS - Runaway /JERRY BRIGHT AND THE EMBERS - Be Mine / JERRY BRIGHT AND THE EMBERS Jims Jive. *=previously unissued.


    Featured in this fifth volume of Southwest recordings are the moody, broody sounds of Frank Thayer, whose heart-searing sounds mimic the loneliness and danger of desert nights. Southwest sounds deliver a taste of the exotic, a dollop of attitude and a night train loaded with mayhem. Norton's 'EL PASO ROCK' series is available on LP and CD. Collect them all! DON ORR AND THE ORIGINAL ROCKETS - Sarah Jane / NIGHT PEOPLE - The Troubled Streets / FRANK THAYER AND THE LYONALS - Long Grey Highway / FRANK THAYER - The Glory Of Her Love / FORTUNES - Lonely Teardrops / FRANK THAYER AND THE LYONALS - Evening Shadows / FRANK THAYER - Yes Ill Be Blue * / JERRY BELL AND THE ORIGINAL ROCKETS - Bacardi / SONNY WALLACE - Black Cadillac / JOE RICHIE - Across The Bay / NIGHT PEOPLE - Lonely Before Dawn / RAVONS - I Love You Baby / RHYTHM HEIRS - Cradle Rock / DON ORR AND THE ORIGINAL ROCKETS - Sarah Jane / BILL TAYLOR AND THE SHERWOODS - You Hold My Letters (Not Me)* / JERRY BELL AND THE ORIGINAL ROCKETS - Jungle Bunny. *=previously unissued.



    The teenagers of El Paso must have nursed on rocket fuel and chili peppers! This set serves up the earliest recordings of the legendary BOBBY FULLER, from the vaults of Yucca, plus his home studio recordings of local kings including the Chancellers, the Sherwoods, and the Pawns. Local cats round out this volumes with rompin and stompin that is impossible to beat. Available on CD and LP, like all of the 'EL PASO ROCK' series. Collect them all! BOBBY FULLER - Say Honey / BOBBY FULLER - You're In Love / BOBBY FULLER - Eastwood High Dance Radio Spot / BOBBY FULLER - Guess We'll Fall In Love / CHANCELLERS - Judy / BILL TAYLOR AND THE SHERWOODS - You Hold My Letters (Not Me) / SHERWOODS - Tickler / SHERWOODS - Black Out / D.Y. AND THE MOTIVATERS - Hold It / PAWNS - The Pawn / PAWNS - South Bay / DAVID HAYES AND THE PAWNS - Lonely / D.Y. AND MOTIVATERS - Hot Rod Ford / SHERWOODS - Podunk / SHERWOODS - Tickler / FRANK GONZALES AND THE PALISADES - Sweet Surfin Little Girl / FRANK GONZALES AND THE PALISADES - Dance To The Palisades. *=previously unissued.


    DOUBLE-LP! 'Fading Yellow Volume 1'. 1995 saw the release of the original 'Fading Yellow' LP, numbered edition of 330 copies which sold out fast. Nine of the trax from that LP made it onto the 2002 'Fading Yellow, Volume 1' CD. So to promote this 10 year anniversary this limited edition double LP (500 numbered copies) is released, including new photos and improved sound. Beautiful fully laminated gatefold sleeve. Pressed on 160-gram thick virgin vinyl, housed in black polylined innersleeves. Considered perhaps the best comp ever made in this genre. Tracklist : A1. KATE - Strange Girl 3,04 A2. DEAN FORD & THE GAYLORDS - That Lonely Feeling 2,41 A3. EDDY HOWELL - Easy Street 3,01 A4. MIKE BATT - Fading Yellow 3,45 A5. STEFF SULKE - Oh, What A Lovely Day 3,04 A6.JOHN WILLIAMS - Flowers In Your Hair. 2,42 B7. THE ZEPHYRS - I Just Can't Take It 2,31 B8. JON - Is It Love? 2,52 B9. KOOBAS- Woe, Is Love My Dear 2,27 B10. THE ORANGE BICYCLE - Competition 2,40 B11. THE GREMLINS - The Only Thing On My Mind 2,06 B12. QUINTIN E. KLOPJAEGER & THE GONKS - The Long Way Home 2,28 C13. SUNDRAGON - Far Away Mountain 2,57 C14. JUAN & JUNIOR - Andurina 3,10 C15. HAMLET - She Won't See The Light 2,08 C16. PAUL & BARRY RYAN - Madrigal 2,17 C17. PHIL CORDELL - Red Lady 2,25 C18. RONNIE BIRD - Sad Soul 2,54 D19. RONNIE BIRD - Raining In The City 2,37 D20. ELLIOTS SUNSHINE - Cos I'm Lonely 3,08 D21. PETER JANES - Do You Believe (Love Is Built On A Dream) 2,54 D22. THE BLISS - Lifetime 2,47 D23. THE JACKPOTS - King Of The World 2,50 D24. MEMBERS OF TIME - Dreamin 2,39 D25. AEROVONS - World Of You 2,24