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THE MORNING AFTER
"Tall, Dark & Gruesome" LP
The return of the knights of fuzz!!! 27 years, countless 45s and one classic album release after they first started, THE MOURNING AFTER are back on the track with their brandnew longplayer "Tall, dark & Gruesome". A passion for 60’s Garage/Beat/R n B was the catalyst that bonded the band in 1987. This album is a true hip-shakin' sixties garage a go-go masterpiece and a must have for all you followers of the prehistoric caveman-stomp of bands like the MUSIC MACHINE, THE SHADOWS OF KNIGHT, THE TASMANIANS, THE FUZZTONES, THE SATELLITERS and the STAGGERS out there.
"Count Me Out" LP/CD
TOWERBROWN, founders of the "rhythm'n'blues organisation" and one of the leading suppliers of the big, fat Hammond beat return with a bang! Four years and two sold out 45s ("Let's Paint It Brown" and "I Wanna Know") after they first started, the french foursome will finally release their debut-album "Count me out" this late summer. Heavily influenced by american r'n'b and soul, british beat and the wylde and weird Hammond organ jerk, the four frenchies invite you to a journey through time back to the Swingin' London era of the sixties. Their authentic Hammond drenched rhythm n' blues made them one of the highly gathered top combos of today's transworld sixties garage-beat scene.
"The Time And The Pleasure" CD
The BEATPACK were a bunch of scruffy mid-60s obsessed miscreants predominantly - but not exclusively - from the south-east of England, and the Hastings area in particular. They peddled a ferocious punk-tinged brand of raw, primal garage R'n'B around the UK and Europe between 1987 and 1991, recording an LP - Could You Walk On Water? - an EP and a 45 for Screaming Apple records, based in Cologne, Germany, along the way. All these recordings were produced by the legendary Billy Childish and now available for the first time on CD, including a couple of other tracks they did at the time for some compilations.