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DETAILED TWANG: TWIST AND BURN!, VOLUME 1
I mentioned a few posts ago about my 2000-2004 fetish of digitizing just about every piece of 33rpm and 45rpm vinyl I’d ever owned, which back then was pretty considerable. Now it’s paltry, but then again, everything I own has been converted to ones and zeroes, and can be quickly posted here now for your listening pleasure. I then made myself themed CD compilations, much like “The Ultimate Post-Punk C-78”. One of my favorite series that I roasted up was my own TWIST AND BURN! set of CDs, which encompassed my favorite 1980s and 1990s garage punk records. This was, by many accounts including my own, a golden era for punk rock music, a “third wave” after the 1960s and 1970s eruptions.Actually, let’s be honest here: the 1980s by themselves were pretty beat for garage-influenced punk rock music, while being fantastic in other regards. I was only able to get one full CD together of the really, really great stuff, whereas I have multiple CDs’ worth of 1990s stuff, and that’s only thefirst half of the 90s. Jeez, my CD cover art even includesTHE CRAMPS, a band more famously associated with the 1970s. TWIST AND BURN!, VOLUME 1 is kind of a whopper, though – I think you may agree when you download and burn the whole thing. From ART PHAG to theSUICIDE KINGS, from THE NIGHTS AND DAYS to theORIGINAL SINS, there was some pretty twisted, righteous, raw noise erupting from garages all over the planet. Almost everything here comes from a 45. Here’s the track listing:TWIST AND BURN!, VOLUME 11. DEVIL DOGS – Twist and Burn2. BO-WEEVILS – That Girl3. DWARVES – Lick It4. THEE HYPNOTICS – The Girl’s All Mine5. THE NIGHTS AND DAYS – Garbage Can6. ART PHAG – Golf7. SLOTH – Fetch The Wedge8. EASTERN DARK – Julie is a Junkie9. ORIGINAL SINS – Just 1410. ELECTRIC MANCHAKOU – She Said11. SID PRESLEY EXPERIENCE – Public Enemy #112. SISTER RAY – Purgatory13. SCIENTISTS – There’s a Monster In Me14. THIRSTY BRATS – White Ghetto15. DWARVES – Nothing16. SUICIDE KINGS – Take Yer Medicine17. EASTERN DARK – Johnny & Dee Dee18. BOYS FROM NOWHERE – Goin’ Too Far19. DEVIL DOGS – North Shore Bitch20. CRAMPS – Weekend On Mars21. ART PHAG – A Boy and His Gun22. SID PRESLEY EXPERIENCE – Hup Two Three Four23. THEE HYPNOTICS – All Night Long24. BOYS FROM NOWHERE – I Don’t Bother25. SLOTH – Miss Sleazy Underbelly26. WORKDOGS – Funny $Download TWIST AND BURN!, VOLUME 1 (this is a .zip file) 


For an 80’s Garage Punk compilation with nothing by The Chesterfield Kings or The Fleshtones, it’s still damn fine.
*reblog-a-rama*

rebjukebox:

victorfranko:

wewantnothing:

DETAILED TWANG: TWIST AND BURN!, VOLUME 1

I mentioned a few posts ago about my 2000-2004 fetish of digitizing just about every piece of 33rpm and 45rpm vinyl I’d ever owned, which back then was pretty considerable. Now it’s paltry, but then again, everything I own has been converted to ones and zeroes, and can be quickly posted here now for your listening pleasure. I then made myself themed CD compilations, much like “The Ultimate Post-Punk C-78”. One of my favorite series that I roasted up was my own TWIST AND BURN! set of CDs, which encompassed my favorite 1980s and 1990s garage punk records. This was, by many accounts including my own, a golden era for punk rock music, a “third wave” after the 1960s and 1970s eruptions.

Actually, let’s be honest here: the 1980s by themselves were pretty beat for garage-influenced punk rock music, while being fantastic in other regards. I was only able to get one full CD together of the really, really great stuff, whereas I have multiple CDs’ worth of 1990s stuff, and that’s only thefirst half of the 90s. Jeez, my CD cover art even includesTHE CRAMPS, a band more famously associated with the 1970s. TWIST AND BURN!, VOLUME 1 is kind of a whopper, though – I think you may agree when you download and burn the whole thing. From ART PHAG to theSUICIDE KINGS, from THE NIGHTS AND DAYS to theORIGINAL SINS, there was some pretty twisted, righteous, raw noise erupting from garages all over the planet. Almost everything here comes from a 45. Here’s the track listing:

TWIST AND BURN!, VOLUME 1

1. DEVIL DOGS – Twist and Burn
2. BO-WEEVILS – That Girl
3. DWARVES – Lick It
4. THEE HYPNOTICS – The Girl’s All Mine
5. THE NIGHTS AND DAYS – Garbage Can
6. ART PHAG – Golf
7. SLOTH – Fetch The Wedge
8. EASTERN DARK – Julie is a Junkie
9. ORIGINAL SINS – Just 14
10. ELECTRIC MANCHAKOU – She Said
11. SID PRESLEY EXPERIENCE – Public Enemy #1
12. SISTER RAY – Purgatory
13. SCIENTISTS – There’s a Monster In Me
14. THIRSTY BRATS – White Ghetto
15. DWARVES – Nothing
16. SUICIDE KINGS – Take Yer Medicine
17. EASTERN DARK – Johnny & Dee Dee
18. BOYS FROM NOWHERE – Goin’ Too Far
19. DEVIL DOGS – North Shore Bitch
20. CRAMPS – Weekend On Mars
21. ART PHAG – A Boy and His Gun
22. SID PRESLEY EXPERIENCE – Hup Two Three Four
23. THEE HYPNOTICS – All Night Long
24. BOYS FROM NOWHERE – I Don’t Bother
25. SLOTH – Miss Sleazy Underbelly
26. WORKDOGS – Funny $

Download TWIST AND BURN!, VOLUME 1 (this is a .zip file)


For an 80’s Garage Punk compilation with nothing by The Chesterfield Kings or The Fleshtones, it’s still damn fine.

*reblog-a-rama*

  1. victorfranko reblogged this from wewantnothing and added:
    For an 80’s Garage Punk compilation with nothing by The Chesterfield Kings or The Fleshtones, it’s still damn fine....
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