Attraction! Reaction! presents: SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL

l3-gimp:

The Charmes
Ciudad
Pards
The Strangeness
Us-2 Evil-O

Let’s beat the Liquor ban at midnight of May 9 so we will be starting the gig at 8pm! 

6-9pm is route 196’s happy hour 32 peso beer w/ free parmesan paprika popcorn (gourmet lang! haha)

150 + drink

Because our country will be dancing to a new beat very, very soon!

Fuck yeah. Be there, or be somewhere else that’s not there.

victorfranko:

sexandfury:

wewantnothing:

RATBOY69: Gun Club - Fire of Love
Gun Club - Fire of Love@ 320 kbps - Covers are included1. Sex Beat 2. Preaching the Blues 3. Promise Me 4. She’s Like Heroin to Me 5. For the Love of Ivy 6. Fire Spirit 7. Ghost on the Highway 8. Jack on Fire 9. Black Train 10. Cool Drink of Water Blues 11. Goodbye Johnny 
Tribal psychobilly blues is the best way to describe Gun Club’s energetic death rock, but the band’s career seemed doomed from the get-go due to leader Jeffrey Lee Pierce’s reputation as an unreliable wildman, and well-publicized bouts of drunkenness dogged him throughout his career. Formed in Los Angeles in the early ’80s, the band was vaguely aligned with similarly roots-inspired groups like X and the Blasters, but later picked up and relocated to the Lower East Side, resting more comfortably around the New York downtown set and Pierce’s mentors, Debbie Harry and Chris Stein. Their 1981 debut, Fire of Love, was a punk-blues hybrid — intense energy fueled Pierce’s exorcism-in-progress delivery and the band’s (Ward Dotson, guitar; Rob Ritter, bass; and Terry Graham, drums) frenetic style. ~ Denise Sullivan, All Music Guide

MORE GUN CLUB IN THE NEXT COMING DAYS……..
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victorfranko:

sexandfury:

wewantnothing:

RATBOY69: Gun Club - Fire of Love

Gun Club - Fire of Love
@ 320 kbps - Covers are included
1. Sex Beat 2. Preaching the Blues 3. Promise Me 4. She’s Like Heroin to Me 5. For the Love of Ivy 6. Fire Spirit 7. Ghost on the Highway 8. Jack on Fire 9. Black Train 10. Cool Drink of Water Blues 11. Goodbye Johnny

Tribal psychobilly blues is the best way to describe Gun Club’s energetic death rock, but the band’s career seemed doomed from the get-go due to leader Jeffrey Lee Pierce’s reputation as an unreliable wildman, and well-publicized bouts of drunkenness dogged him throughout his career. Formed in Los Angeles in the early ’80s, the band was vaguely aligned with similarly roots-inspired groups like X and the Blasters, but later picked up and relocated to the Lower East Side, resting more comfortably around the New York downtown set and Pierce’s mentors, Debbie Harry and Chris Stein. Their 1981 debut, Fire of Love, was a punk-blues hybrid — intense energy fueled Pierce’s exorcism-in-progress delivery and the band’s (Ward Dotson, guitar; Rob Ritter, bass; and Terry Graham, drums) frenetic style. ~ Denise Sullivan, All Music Guide

MORE GUN CLUB IN THE NEXT COMING DAYS……..



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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 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*

rebjukebox:

victorfranko:

wewantnothing:

DETAILED TWANG: TWIST AND BURN!, VOLUME TWO
The next volume of garage punk 45s and LP cuts I made for myself a few years ago moves partially out of the 1980s and into the first year or two of the nineties. Looking at the assembled lineup here, which I have to say is pretty goddamn impressive, it’s running about 50/50. As I made more volumes of these – and don’t worry, I’ll probably end up posting them all before this site runs its course – I added an incremental year before tapping out around 1994 (which, to my way of thinking, is right around the time the third wave of punk rock tapped out as well).Several of these tracks have been posted on Detailed Twang before, sure, but certainly not grouped with garage punk rock of this order of magnitude. I do so very much hope that you enjoy it.Track list:TWIST AND BURN!, VOLUME 21. THE GORIES – Telepathic2. CLAW HAMMER – Bullet In My Head3. MORLOCKS – By My Side4. CHEATER SLICKS – Why5. DIRTY LOVERS – Teenage Love Bomb6. THE NIGHTS AND DAYS – Diddy Wah Diddy7. HONEYMOON KILLERS – Get It Hot8. SUPERCHARGER – Sooprize Package for Mr. Mineo9. BOYS FROM NOWHERE – Beg10. LAZY COWGIRLS – Goddamn Bottle11. GORLS – Bongo Beat12. FALL-OUTS – Greed13. MYSTREATED – Wait and See14. THE MUMMIES – I’m Down15. THE NIGHTS AND DAYS – Goes Without Saying16. THE HUMPERS – My Machine17. ART PHAG – Molly n’ Bobby18. MORLOCKS – In The Cellar19. HONEYMOON KILLERS – Gettin’ Hot20. THE GORIES – Hate21. DIRTY LOVERS – All I Want22. CLAW HAMMER – Self Destruct23. THE MUMMIES – Whitecaps Pt. II24. SUPERCHARGER – South City Psycho25. LAZY COWGIRLS – Sock It To Me Santa26. THE NIGHTS AND DAYS – Yeah27. MYSTREATED – Listen28. THE HUMPERS – Loser’s Club29. BOYS FROM NOWHERE – Rocket to NowhereDownload TWIST AND BURN!, VOLUME TWO (this is a .zip file)

For a 80’s to 90’s Garage compilation with nothing by The Gruesomes or The Cynics, it’s still damn fine.
*reblog-a-rama*

rebjukebox:

victorfranko:

wewantnothing:

DETAILED TWANG: TWIST AND BURN!, VOLUME TWO

The next volume of garage punk 45s and LP cuts I made for myself a few years ago moves partially out of the 1980s and into the first year or two of the nineties. Looking at the assembled lineup here, which I have to say is pretty goddamn impressive, it’s running about 50/50. As I made more volumes of these – and don’t worry, I’ll probably end up posting them all before this site runs its course – I added an incremental year before tapping out around 1994 (which, to my way of thinking, is right around the time the third wave of punk rock tapped out as well).

Several of these tracks have been posted on Detailed Twang before, sure, but certainly not grouped with garage punk rock of this order of magnitude. I do so very much hope that you enjoy it.

Track list:

TWIST AND BURN!, VOLUME 2

1. THE GORIES – Telepathic
2. CLAW HAMMER – Bullet In My Head
3. MORLOCKS – By My Side
4. CHEATER SLICKS – Why
5. DIRTY LOVERS – Teenage Love Bomb
6. THE NIGHTS AND DAYS – Diddy Wah Diddy
7. HONEYMOON KILLERS – Get It Hot
8. SUPERCHARGER – Sooprize Package for Mr. Mineo
9. BOYS FROM NOWHERE – Beg
10. LAZY COWGIRLS – Goddamn Bottle
11. GORLS – Bongo Beat
12. FALL-OUTS – Greed
13. MYSTREATED – Wait and See
14. THE MUMMIES – I’m Down
15. THE NIGHTS AND DAYS – Goes Without Saying
16. THE HUMPERS – My Machine
17. ART PHAG – Molly n’ Bobby
18. MORLOCKS – In The Cellar
19. HONEYMOON KILLERS – Gettin’ Hot
20. THE GORIES – Hate
21. DIRTY LOVERS – All I Want
22. CLAW HAMMER – Self Destruct
23. THE MUMMIES – Whitecaps Pt. II
24. SUPERCHARGER – South City Psycho
25. LAZY COWGIRLS – Sock It To Me Santa
26. THE NIGHTS AND DAYS – Yeah
27. MYSTREATED – Listen
28. THE HUMPERS – Loser’s Club
29. BOYS FROM NOWHERE – Rocket to Nowhere

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

For a 80’s to 90’s Garage compilation with nothing by The Gruesomes or The Cynics, it’s still damn fine.

*reblog-a-rama*

suicidewatch:

The Who ”My Generation” on the Smothers Brothers. much exploding of drums.

This is rock ‘n’ fucking roll.

rebjukebox:

victorfranko:

Missing, Presumed Awesome…
Great Garage Rock and Garage Punk 1980-1999
 The Exploding White Mice - He’s Gonna Step on You Again 
 The Gruesomes - What’s Your Problem? 
 The Fleshtones -  High on Drugs 
 The Chesterfield Kings - My Canary is Yellow 
 The Dik Van Dykes - Curling 
 Rocket From the Crypt - This Way Out 
 Oblivians - You Fucked Me Up, You Put Me Down 
 The Cynics - Shot Down 
 The King Sound Quartet - Annihilate This Week  
 U.I.C. - Lite It ‘n’ Fly 
 Color Me Psycho - Mr. Invisible 
 Huevos Rancheros - Endsville 
 Deadbolt - The Last Time I Saw Cole 
 Jon Wayne - But I’ve Got Texas 
 Deja Voodoo - Three Men, One Coffin 
So, I got inspired to do this by some posts about Twist and Burn Vol. 1 and Twist and Burn Vol. 2, two great Garage Rock / Garage Punk Compilations focusing on the Garage revival of the 1980’s - 1990’s.  Loved ‘em… but I thought that they both missed a few bands.  I grew up on that era of Garage Rock, and I didn’t see any of my favourite bands.  Part of the problem (as usual) was that I am Canadian, and indie Garage bands tended to be somewhat localized in those days.  Secondly, the Garage Rock revival inspired so many bands that it would take a Nuggets sized boxed set to include even a portion.  In fact Nuggets did release a boxed set of Garage music from that era (Children of Nuggets), and they missed a ton of bands.  Anyway, I decided to do my small bit to fill in some of the empty spaces, hence… Missing Presumed Awesome…
Enjoy, in its entirety here or if that doesn’t work, here.

rebjukebox:

victorfranko:

Missing, Presumed Awesome…

Great Garage Rock and Garage Punk 1980-1999

  1. The Exploding White Mice - He’s Gonna Step on You Again
  2. The Gruesomes - What’s Your Problem?
  3. The Fleshtones - High on Drugs
  4. The Chesterfield Kings - My Canary is Yellow
  5. The Dik Van Dykes - Curling
  6. Rocket From the Crypt - This Way Out
  7. Oblivians - You Fucked Me Up, You Put Me Down
  8. The Cynics - Shot Down
  9. The King Sound Quartet - Annihilate This Week
  10. U.I.C. - Lite It ‘n’ Fly
  11. Color Me Psycho - Mr. Invisible
  12. Huevos Rancheros - Endsville
  13. Deadbolt - The Last Time I Saw Cole
  14. Jon Wayne - But I’ve Got Texas
  15. Deja Voodoo - Three Men, One Coffin

So, I got inspired to do this by some posts about Twist and Burn Vol. 1 and Twist and Burn Vol. 2, two great Garage Rock / Garage Punk Compilations focusing on the Garage revival of the 1980’s - 1990’s.  Loved ‘em… but I thought that they both missed a few bands.  I grew up on that era of Garage Rock, and I didn’t see any of my favourite bands.  Part of the problem (as usual) was that I am Canadian, and indie Garage bands tended to be somewhat localized in those days.  Secondly, the Garage Rock revival inspired so many bands that it would take a Nuggets sized boxed set to include even a portion.  In fact Nuggets did release a boxed set of Garage music from that era (Children of Nuggets), and they missed a ton of bands.  Anyway, I decided to do my small bit to fill in some of the empty spaces, hence… Missing Presumed Awesome…

Enjoy, in its entirety here or if that doesn’t work, here.

Upcoming Shows

The Strangeness
March 8 - Route 196 (I think it’s a free gig, but I still have to ask Joe if that is indeed the case)

March 13 - Al’s Bar

Don’t Bogart The Can… Man!
March 12 - Kalye Art Gallery (EXPLOTAR MAGAZINE LAUNCH WOOHOO!)

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Another busy week is upon us.

xoxo
El Duderino

I'll Wait
The Dirtbombs

pas-d:

sexandfury:

The Dirtbombs - I’ll Wait

Take a stack of soul platters from the 1960s and 1970s from the likes of Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, Sly & the Family Stone, Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, and Stevie Wonder; mix generously with a propulsive mix of two bass guitars, two drummers, and the vocals of a Detroit rock legend; and you have an underrated gem in the Motor City music scene. Ultraglide in Black puts a rock spin on recognizable nuggets of soul and funk while retaining the original version’s integrity and message. Most of the tunes covered here are spirited party tracks, including a sparkling version of Gaye’s “Got to Give It Up” that features a strident breakdown. Vocalist Mick Collins, of the Gories fame, paints each track with a flavorful delivery which at times will have the listener literally transported to AM radio’s yesteryear. The Dirtbombs have created a record that is akin to stumbling across a box of cool records in your parent’s attic, and is suitable for continuous play at any house party.

Allmusic

pas-d:

thesweetestpsychopath:

The Ambertones ~ “I Can Only Give You Everything” (2:53 ~ 1967)

Garage Punk Unknowns Volume 2 (Crypt Records,1999)
Full Monophonic Teenblast from America’s Mid-60’s Garage Explosion

FUCK YEAH BEST PERFORMANCE SO FAR

It was a fucking blast. I saw heads bobbing, everyone played like a champ. The sound was perfect. Francis Aguilar sang along to our King Khan and BBQ Show cover. Saw Legarda play again, got to recite poetry on the spot, met new people. OH AND BAND PICS COURTESY OF KEITH DADOR. All in all, good vibes.

Score another one for Rock ‘n’ Roll.

Also, I finally got over my performance anxiety. Fuck yes.

Our next show will be on March 8, Route 196, Katipunan. More details to follow.