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The Vines – Discography

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A fine selection of works from the Aussie Garage group The Vines.

MELODIA(2008)
1. Get Out
2. Manger
3. A.S III
4. He’s A Rocker
5. Orange Amber
6. Jamola
7. True As The Night
8. Braindead
9. Kara Jane
10. MerryGoRound
11. Hey
12. A Girl I Knew
13. Scream
14. She Is Gone

DOWNLOAD:
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THE BEST OF(2007)
1. Get Free
2. Ride
3. Highly Evolved
4. Winning Days
5. Outtathaway
6. Autumn Shade
7. Autumn Shade II
8. Factory
9. Animal Machine
10. Dont Listen To The Radio
11. Vision Valley
12. Homesick
13. Fuck The World
14. Spaceship
15. Anysound
16. Sun Child

DOWNLOAD:
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VISION VALLEY(2006)

1. Anysound
2. Nothin’s Comin’
3. Candy Daze
4. Vision Valley
5. Don’t Listen To The
Radio
6. G
ross Out
7. Take Me Back
8. Going Gone
9. F*k Yeh
10. Futuretarded
11. Dope Train
12. Atmos

13. Spaceship

DOWNLOAD:
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WINNING DAYS(2004)
1. Ride
2. Animal Machine
3. TV Pro
4. Autumn Shade II
5. Evil Town
6. Winning Days
7. She’s Got Something To Say
8. Rainfall
9. Amnesia
10. Sun Child
11. Fuck The World

DOWNLOAD:
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HIGHLY EVOLVED(2002)
1. Highly Evolved
2. Autumn Shade
3. Outtathaway
4. Sunshinin

5. Homesick
6. Get Free

7. Country Yard
8. Factory

9. In The Jungle
10. Mary Jane
11. Ain’t No Room

12. 1969

DOWNLOAD:
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Live at the Wireless 2006

Nothin’s Comin
Vision Valley
Dope Train
Spaceship
Outtathaway
Don’t Listen To The Radio
Winning Days
Ride
Fuck Yeh
Anysound
Get Free

>DL<

Live on Steve Lamacq’s BBC R1 Show 2004

Ride

Amnesia
Animal Machine
She’s Got Something to Say to Me
TV Pro
Autumn Shade II
Evil Town
Winning Days (split into two parts)
Mary Jane, Outtathaway!
Ain’t No Room
Get Free

>DL<

Big thanks to musiqueindieegeste



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October 23, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_ClassicRock, music_Garage, The Vines, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Sun City Girls – Second Shitload of SCG albums!!

The Sun City Girls were a fine experimental rock band formed in Phoenix, Arizona in 1982.

The members were Alan Bishop (bass guitar, vocals), his brother Richard Bishop (guitar, piano), and the late Charles Gocher (drums).

More here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_City_Girls

They released about 33,000 albums! Here’s a rough discography listing!

Cassettes / LPs / CDs etc

* Sun City Girls LP (Placebo) 1984
* Grotto of Miracles LP (Placebo) 1986
* Midnight Cowboys from Ipanema CS (Breakfast Without Meat) 1986, LP/CD reissue (Amarillo Records) 1994
* Horse Cock Phepner (Placebo) LP/CS 1987
* God is My Solar System 1982 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Superpower 1982-83 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Hatchet Rain 1983 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Bleach Has Feelings, Too! 1983-85 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* To Cover Up Your Right To Live 1983-85 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Def in Italy 1984 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Folk Songs of The Rich and Evil 1985 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Fresh Kill of a Cape Hunting Dog 1985-86 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Exotica on Five Dollars a Day 1986 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Fruit of The Womb 1986 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Polite Deception 1986 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Famous Asthma 1986-87 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* The Palm Leaves of Victory 1986-87 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Cloaven Theatre #1 1987 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Cloaven Theatre #2 1987 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Tibetan Jazz 666 1987 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* The Multiple Hallucinations of an Assassin 1987-88 CS (Cloaven) 1989
* Cloaven Theatre #3 1988 CS (Cloaven) 1989
* Audio Letter to Mitch Meyers 1988 CS (Cloaven) 1989
* That Old Western Sieve 1988 CS (Cloaven) 1989
* Graverobbing in the Future 1988 CS (Cloaven) 1989
* Extra-Sensory Defection CS (Cloaven) 1989
* Torch of the Mystics LP (Majora) 1990, CD reissue (Tupelo) 1993
* The Great North American Tricksters CS (Cloaven) 1990
* Dawn of the Devi LP (Majora) 1991
* Live from Planet Boomerang 2-LP (Majora) 1992
* Bright Surroundings, Dark Deginnings LP (Majora) 1993, CD reissue (Majora) 1998
* Valentines from Matahari LP (Majora) 1993, CD reissue (Majora) 1998
* Live at C.O.N. Artists LP (Poon Village) 1993
* Pelican 92 CS (Abduction) 1993
* Kaliflower CD/LP (Abduction) 1993
* Juggernaut LP (Abduction) 1994
* Piasa…Devourer of Men LP (Abduction) 1994
* Jacks Creek LP (Abduction) 1994
* Dante’s Disneyland Inferno 2-CD (Abduction) 1996, 3-LP reissue (Locust) 2002
* Wah CD (Abduction) 2002
* 330,003 Crossdressers from Beyond the Rig Veda 2-CD (Abduction) 1996, 3-LP reissue (Locust) 2001
* Live from the Land of the Rising Sun City Girls CD (Japan Overseas) 1997
* Box of Chameleons 3-CD box (Abduction) 1997
* Dulce soundtrack LP (Abduction) 1998
* Cameo Demons and Their Manifestations CD (Abduction) 2000 – CFR vol. 1
* The Dreamy Draw CD (Abduction) 2000 – CFR vol. 2
* Superculto CD (Abduction) 2000 – CFR vol. 3
* A Bullet Through the Last Temple CD (Abduction) 2000 – CFR vol. 4
* Severed Finger With a Wedding Ring CD (Abduction) 2000 – CFR vol. 5
* Sumatran Electric Chair CD (Abduction) 2001 – CFR vol. 6
* Libyan Dream CD reissue (Abduction) 2001 – CFR vol. 7
* The Handsome Stranger CD (Abduction) 2001 – CFR vol. 8
* High Asia/Lo Pacific 2-CD reissue (Abduction) 2001 – CFR vols. 9 & 10
* Flute and Mask CD (Abduction) 2002
* God is My Solar System/Superpower 2-LP reissue (Eclipse) 2003
* Bleach Has Feelings, Too!/To Cover Up Your Right To Live 2-LP reissue (Eclipse) 2003
* Carnival Folklore Resurrection Radio 2-CD (Abduction) 2004 – CFR vols. 11 & 12
* The Fresh Kill of a Cape Hunting Dog / Def In Italy 2-LP reissue (Eclipse) 2004
* 98.6 IS DEATH CD (Abduction) 2004 – CFR vol. 13
* Folk Songs of the Rich and Evil / Exotica on $5 a Day 2-LP reissue (Eclipse) 2005
* Uncle Jim’s Superstars of Greenwich Meantime LP (Black Velvet Fuckere Records) 2005
* Static from the Outside Set CD (Abduction) 2006 – CFR vol. 14
* Uncle Jim’s Superstars of Greenwich Meantime CD reissue (Abduction) 2006
* Live Room CD (Three Lobed) 2006
* Djinn Funnel LP (Nashazphone) 2006
* Piano Bar LP (Ri Be Xibalba) 2006
* For Drummers Only LP (Ri Be Xibalba) 2006
* Beginnings Dark LP (Enterruption) 2007
* Mister Lonely: Music From A Film By Harmony Korine with J. Spaceman LP/CD (Drag City) 2008

7″ records

* And So The Dead Tongue Sang (Pulp) 1987
* You’re Never Alone With a Cigarette (Majora) 1990
* Three Fake Female Orgasms 2×7″ (Majora) 1991
* Let’s Just Lounge (Majora) 1992
* Napoleon and Josephine (Scratch) 1992
* Caroliner tribute split 7″ with the Thinking Fellers (Nuf Sed) 1992
* Eye Mohini (Majora) 1992
* Borungku Si Derita 2×7″ (Majora) 1993
* Live…For Chilly (bootleg) 1993
* Carl the Barber (I Don’t Feel a Thing) 2003
* Uncle Jim’s True Confessions of Homeland Security (Empirical) 2003


We already posted a Shitload of SCG albums some months back; shitload-of-scg

Here’s a Second Shitload!

Some of the same titles but different links.

This of course is an incomplete discography! Just a tranche of their voluminous output!

If anyone’s got some good other SCG stuff – including video – please do drop us a line!


Here be some drops in the SCG ocean! …..

1984 – Sun City Girls
1986 – Grotto of Miracles
1987 – Horse Cock Phepner
1990 – Torch of the Mystics
1991 – Dawn of the Devi
1992 – Live From Planet Boomerang 1 2
1993 – Bright Surroundings, Dark Beginnings
1993 – Pelican 92 72.96
1993 – Live at C.O.N. Artists
1993 – Kaliflower
1993 – Valentines from Matahari
1994 – Juggernaut
1994 – Midnight Cowboys From Ipanema…
1994 – Piasa…Devourer of Men
1995 – Jacks Creek
1996 – 330,003 Crossdressers from Beyond the Rig Veda 1 2 3
1996 – Dante’s Disneyland Inferno 1 2 3
1996 – Live from the Land of the Rising Sun City Girls
1997 – Box Of Chameleons 1 2 3
1998 – Dulce
2002 – Flute and Mask
2002 – Wah
2006 – Djinn Funnel
2006 – For Drummers Only
2006 – Live Room
2006 – Piano Bar
2006 – Montreal Pop

Big thanks to experimentaletc and acetoeteno



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October 10, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Experimental, music_Garage, Sun City Girls, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Celibate Rifles – Beyond Respect (2004)


The Celibate Rifles – Beyond Respect (2004)
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With their second most recent LP, here’s he mighty Oz group The Celibate Rifles

Their fifteenth studio album – yes, fifteenth !! – this one’s another great album of raw garage rock!

The Celibate RiflesAfter 24 years of banging it out, The Celibate Rifles have released their fifteenth album, ‘Beyond Respect’ and are touring nationally. Vocalist Damien Lovelock remains at the core of the band, along with guitarists Kent Steedman and David Morris, while the rhythm section has rotated once again. The journey to this new album wasn’t all easy: while it’s still the same band the modus operandi has changed.

“It’s like everything when you go from being a full-time band to a part-time band, you’ve got to juggle things,” remarks Lovelock. “We haven’t recorded for over three years and we haven’t played for a year. Everybody has wives, kids, mortgages, jobs, other musical projects, but mostly reality. It’s one thing doing for yourself, it’s another thing for three or four mouths: you don’t have the luxury of three months of living cheap and then back again.

“If you want the hardcore Marxist analysis, we’re victims of structural determinism in its crudest form. But also, you have the life you choose. I can remember people saying that the whole music bubble was bursting in the mid ‘eighties and it did for most people but not for us. That was our best period so we’ve always been so out of step with not only public opinion and what’s popular but what the fuck’s going on in our own industry. When everyone else was doing it hard we were killing it.”

Initially using the word “horrible” to sum up the journey of creating the most recent album, Lovelock points out that the previous album, ‘A Mid-Stream Of Consciousness’ wasn’t so easy either, yet still very much worth the journey. “To my ears, ‘…Mid-Stream…’ is one of the best, if not the best record we ever made. I felt we finally got to make a record that covered all of the landscape that is the ‘Rifles so I’m very happy with that. No-one expected that record to come out and when it came out most people’s first reaction was, ‘I didn’t know you guys were still going,’ that’s how invisible we’d been.”

‘Beyond Respect’ has been well received. “Most reviewers have said they are amazed by how good it is. They always approach bands from another time, especially if they like them, with a sort of trepidation when the new one lands on the desk. It’s like ‘oh God, is this gonna be the one where they embarrass themselves?’ But so far we’ve avoided that and that’s nice.”

Rifles fans who are familiar with Thank You America from the bands second and self-titled album might hear a connection with ‘Beyond Respect”s Salute: the poetry of Lawrence Ferlinghetti. “I always thought it was an incredible achievement that Ferlinghetti’s poem sounded so current 20 years after it had been written,” Lovelock explains. “I actually wrote a set of lyrics for[the song] and I went in to cut the vocal and without having even sung it I just said ‘you know what…?’ I dug out this Ferlinghetti book again and said ‘I just wanna try something, just tell me what you think’ and [producer Rick O’Neil] loved it. It sounds like it was written yesterday. It’s one of those poems that once you read it you think ‘why would I bother writing anything fresh about war when there is this perfect piece of work?'”

Having roots in the punk and independent movement of the late 1970s The Celibate Rifles have had to endure at least a few claims that punk was making its return along with the coming and going of so many other musical moments. So does the changing mood and fickleness of the industry ever get annoying?

“The only time it bothered me was in the early ‘nineties, when that whole Nirvana-independent thing really hit. All these people who had been slagging us off for making, and the word they used to use was ‘grungy,’ sounding records were now worshipping at the altar because it was quite clear the cash cow had arrived and whoever was on that band wagon was gonna make money,” he snarls. “But whenever there’s a new thing they don’t want any old stuff, they don’t want someone like us, so that I must say that pissed me off. But, you know, eventually you just think ‘big fuckin’ deal, who said you had to be here…’ The main thing is I’m glad people listen to music, that’s the main thing.”

Playing stripped-down, loud, and fast Ramones-inspired guitar rock, the Celibate Rifles were one of the earliest punk bands to emerge during the post-Radio Birdman/Saints era. Taking their cues from these Aussie bands, along with the American hard rock of the Stooges, MC5, and Blue Oyster Cult, the Rifles were led by the twin-guitar attack of Kent Steedman and Dave Morris, and the deadpan baritone of vocalist Damien Lovelock.

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Tracklisting

1. You Won’t Love Me
2. We All Move To Buttland
3. Atom Brain
4. Lazy Sunshine
5. Alhambra
6. Salute
7. Form One Line
8. Seems Much Better
9. Dre
10. Can’t See Nothing There
11. When We Meet Again Until
12. Nobody Knows + My Generation [Hidden Track]

Here she be:

Rifles

Thanks to kelvin and ausrock


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September 20, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_ClassicRock, music_Garage, Music_Punk, The Celibate Rifles, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Celibate Rifles – Dancing Barefoot EP (1988)

The Celibate Rifles – Dancing Barefoot EP
May, 1988

Hot Records

A fine E.P. from a great Oz cult band, Sydney-based Celibate Rifles – purveyors of classic punk/ garage rock!

she is benediction
she is addicted to thee
she is the root connection
she is connecting with he

here I go and I don’t know why
I fell so ceaselessly
could it be he’s taking over me…

I’m dancing barefoot
heading for a spin
some strange music draws me in
makes me come on like some heroine

she is sublimation
she is the essence of thee
she is concentrating on
he, who is chosen by she

here I go and I don’t know why
I spin so ceaselessly,
could it be he’s taking over me…

she is re-creation
she, intoxicated by thee
she has the slow sensation that
he is levitating with she …

here I go and I don’t know why,
I spin so ceaselessly,
’til I lose my sense of gravity…

(oh god I fell for you …)

the plot of our life sweats in the dark like a face
the mystery of childbirth, of childhood itself
grave visitations
what is it that calls to us?
why must we pray screaming?
why must not death be redefined?
we shut our eyes we stretch out our arms
and whirl on a pane of glass
an asphyxiation a fix on anything the line of life the limb of a tree
the hands of he and the promise that she is blessed among women.

(oh god I fell for you …)

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Yes, that’s Patti Smith‘s sublime Dancing Barefoot from her Wave LP back in 1979 !

A great cover by the Rifles with three good original tracks also !

Lovely cover artwork on this EP too, for good measure!

The Rifles first formed in 1979 and released their first album Sideroxylon in May 1983 on the Hot Records label.

This EP was their last release for the Hot Records.

The band has toured both America and Europe extensively, releasing a total of fourteen studio albums!

Some Rifles links:

Dancing Barefoot (Live) – The Celibate Rifles

The Celibate Rifles perform Dancing Barefoot live on Australian TV back in 1988 !


Tracklisting

1 Dancing Barefoot
2 Jesus on T.V. (Live)
3 The More Things Change (Alternative Version)
4 Junk


Here she be!

Dancing Barefoot (1988)

Big thanks to feelinkindafroggy



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September 20, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_ClassicRock, music_Garage, Patti Smith, The Celibate Rifles, _MUSIC, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

The Rebel Kind – A Collection Of Contemporary Garage Rock And Psychedelic Bands (1983)

V.A. The Rebel Kind – A Collection Of Contemporary Garage Rock And Psychedelic Bands (1983)

Some amazing music on this Frenchie release from 25 years ago.

The Rebel Kind was a 1983 French 14-track compilation LP featuring some of the finest contemporary garage/psyche bands around including The Nomads, Fuzztones, Plasticland & The Long Ryders amongst others.

A compilation of neo-psychedelic garage-rock, this collection was one of the best of its kind at the time of its release. There were a few bands such as the Fuzztones that had reached some level of underground currency already, but most acts – highlights include Plasticland, Long Ryders, and Plan 9 – were relatively unknown.

At the time, psychedelic music was considered strictly past-tense in most indie radio circles even though some blurry sounds were being heard between the lines from bands like Wall of Voodoo, Green on Red, and REM.

By showing that psychedelic music was indeed ‘contemporary’, it also allowed a great many 60’s psychedelic bands to again become relevant and playable in a punk context. This subsequently forged the path toward commercial acceptance of the so-called ‘Seattle Sound’, when it was recognized, including the advent of Nirvana much later.

Released on the Lolita label in France, this was available as an import.

Tracklisting

1. LSD – The Sickidz!
2. Invisible People – The Slickee Boys
3. 7 Come 11 – The Viceroys
4. From Here – The Shout
5. Have Love Will Travel – The Nomads
6. Shadows Of Rainbows – United States Of Existence
7. Ward 81 – Fuzztones
8. No Apology – The Unclaimed
9. All My Life – The Point
10. Elongations – Plasticland
11. Infected With You – The Miracle Workers
12. And She Rides – The Long Ryders
13. What Is In There – The Last
14. Lucifer Sam – Three O’Clock

Here she be;

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