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VA - Halloween Nuggets: Monster Sixties A Go-Go (2014)

Posted By: El Misha
VA - Halloween Nuggets: Monster Sixties A Go-Go (2014)

VA - Halloween Nuggets: Monster Sixties A Go-Go (2014)
Rock & Roll, Garage Rock, B movies, Horror | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 03:31:49 | 496 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: RockBeat Records | #ROC-CD-3253 | Tracks: 99 | Rls.date: 2014

The folks at Rockbeat Records have gone deep, culling together nearly 100 ultra-rare, delightfully campy Halloween nuggets from the '60s on this well-curated three-disc set. Don't murder your next party with another tired spin of "The Monster Mash." Even the weakest of these tracks provides a greater thrill than that tired old platter. Weird it up with bands like M.R. Baseman & the Symbols, the Twelfth Night, Kenny & the Fiends, the Grim Reapers, and dozens more from the '60s garage heyday. Strewn between tracks are trailers and excerpts from various B movies and horror shows. As a Halloween set, this is priceless, and fans of '60s rock rarities will also want to take note.

The Action - Rolled Gold (2002) [Re-Up]

Posted By: Designol
The Action - Rolled Gold (2002) [Re-Up]

The Action - Rolled Gold (2002)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 232 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 138 Mb | Scans included
Rock, Mod, British Invasion, Psychedelic, Garage | Label: Reaction | # REACT-CD-001 | 00:51:10

The term "lost classic" is applied liberally and often erroneously to unreleased recordings that resurface years later in a maelstrom of hype. However, for the forgotten mod rock also-rans the Action, the term is not only justified, it is painfully bittersweet. On par with such classics of the era as The Who Sell Out or Ogden's Nut Gone Flake but more focused than either, the Action's Rolled Gold goes beyond "lost classic" – it is the influential masterpiece no one was ever allowed to hear. Despite being signed to Beatles producer George Martin's AIR label and benefiting from a strong club following, the Action never scored a chart hit. By the time they recorded these demo tracks in 1967, the band had grown weary of the musically limited mod scene, which was on its last legs. Guitarist Pete Watson had been replaced by Martin Stone, and the band had developed a more mature sound, one only hinted at on such previous cuts as "Twenty-Fourth Hour".

VA - The Rhino Brothers Present The World's Worst Records! 1 & 2 (vinyl rip) (1983/1985) {Rhino} **[RE-UP]**

Posted By: TestTickles
VA - The Rhino Brothers Present The World's Worst Records! 1 & 2 (vinyl rip) (1983/1985) {Rhino} **[RE-UP]**

VA - The Rhino Brothers Present The World's Worst Records! 1 & 2 (vinyl rip) (1983/1985) {Rhino}
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 184 mb
Genre: pop, rock, garage, surf rock, novelty

The World's Worst Records is a two volume album series released by Rhino Records in 1983 and 1985. Compiled by "The Rhino Brothers" (Rhino Records' founders Richard Foos and Harold Bronson), most of the songs are taken from records that were either recorded as novelties or recorded seriously but became jokes in time. Some are jokes, some are meant to be laughed at.