Category Archives: CD

The Cramps File Under Sacred Music: Early Singles 1978-1981

By Gumshoe, featured Writer, Tiny Mix Tapes It’s so FRICKIN’ embarrassing, but here it is: I first heard The Cramps via an episode of Beavis and Butthead, and I thought I hated them. They were extreme yet bare. No bass? … Continue reading

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Brian Setzer talks Setzer Goes Instru-Mental! track-by-track

MusicRadar.com does a great repeating series called track by track, where they interview a band or artist on their current album release and go through each song, as it says, track by track. Below is their interview with brian Setzer, … Continue reading

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ALBUM REVIEW: Lee Rocker, ‘Night Train to Memphis’

By Peter Chianca / pchianca@wickedlocal.com Wicked Local North of Boston Brian Setzer may get all the press with his glitzy orchestra and holiday extravaganzas, but Stray Cats bassist Lee Rocker has been quietly amassing his own impressive body of work … Continue reading

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The Obscuritones – CD review

by Miriam , Featured Writer, Rockabilly Online The Obscuritones, a 6 piece band from London (UK), playing close harmonies and rockin’ rhythm. They prefer to call it fifties rockabilly, surf and garage like the Andrew Sisters singing with the Stray Cats … Continue reading

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Chris Isaak: Beyond the Sun – review

by Caroline Sullivan, Featured Writer, The Guardian Every musician has an album they’ve “always wanted to make”, and this is Chris Isaak’s: a 19-track behemoth of (mainly) Sun Records covers, executed so faithfully that they could have been mouldering in … Continue reading

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The Brains: Drunk Not Dead

by GlassPipeMurder Just like Tiger Army, psychobilly will never die. And why should it? There are still legions of adherents, lively wrecking pits, and talented bands churning out their hybrid moments of B-movie horror, punk and throwback rockabilly. And in … Continue reading

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Join Our Censorship Protest and Say Fuck You SOPA

Please take a few minutes to head over to americancensorship.org and take action. It only takes a few moments of your time to be an agent of change! by Jane Wells Have you been paying attention to all the hubbub … Continue reading

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Rick Nelson and Mark Lindsay Lead Real Gone Music Reissues

Real Gone Music have announced their reissue campaign for next month will include releases from Ricky Nelson, Mark Lindsay, Sean Bonniwell, Hank Thompson, McGough & McGear (from Scaffold), funk star Eddie Hazel and Red Bird Records girl groups. Conqueroo sent … Continue reading

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VOLBEAT music video of the song Sad Man’s Tongue

Volbeat Video for “Sad Man’s Tongue” taken from the album Rock The Rebel/Metal The Devil released by Mascot Records in Feb 2007. The 3rd video of the album! Related articles VOLBEAT Taps MERCYFUL FATE Guitarist For ‘Gigantour’ (sadmanstongue.com) Danish Rockers … Continue reading

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Rockabilly Queen Wanda Jackson Biography

By Buster Fayte With the release of Wanda Jackson’s new CD, The Party Ain’t Over, produced by Jack White, there’s been a lot of buzz about the her lately. So who is this Queen of Rockabilly and why is everyone … Continue reading

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