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Friday, July 7, 2017

Wrapping up Sons of Garage Fuzz, and a hiatus

Well, here's what's left of the Sons of Garage Fuzz torrent, x-y-z.......that will do it for BOTH fuzz torrents, thanks 100000000 x over to James for doing the work of creating them. Please share them and keep them alive for all times.

Now: This blog will go on hiatus for a while.....I'am relocating, have to get internet hooked up, etc....plus working a lot of hours......I WILL be back, likely in 2-3 weeks, but maybe just on the weekends......pleasae watch for it, I'll miss doing it for a while, and that is why I WILL come back when I have the time.

Love ye one another


http://www81.zippyshare.com/v/g7XuQ6t3/file.html

VOLUME 21-01 XL'S-Maryjane/02 YESTERDAY'S CHILDREN-To Be Or Not To Be/03 YESTERDAY'S CHILDREN-Tobacco Road/04 YOUNG AND WILD-For What I Am/05 YOUNG EXECUTIVES-Come On In Baby/06 YOUNG MONKEY MEN-I Believed You/07 ZAKARY THAKS-Face To Face/08 ZENDIX-Is There No Peace/09 ZERO END-Blow Your Mind



Be Well.



Electric Prunes

This is a 1967 mono rip from Fabio/Professor stoned of some cool 1967 Electric Prunes.....no track list as I haven't opened this (flac) file yet, we'll all find out together.


Password : profstoned

Neil Young-Self Titled-Mono Rip

This also comes to us by way of Fabio, who seems to be utilizing the "Stoned Professor" som
e oaf his submissions of late.......LOVE vinyl rips (esp. mono) and I'll post damn near any of em......

FABIO: Guess who ripped this mono gem?
Yes , the legendary petrified prof.!
As always  overwhelming quality.
Password:  profstoned
I know... we have these albums carved in mind/brain/heart...
But it's  like a new experience with these needledrops...
Given the right amount of .. time, patience, decent listening.
I need thousand from the Stoned prof.!


1."The Emperor of Wyoming"2:14
2."The Loner"3:55
3."If I Could Have Her Tonight"2:15
4."I've Been Waiting for You"2:30
5."The Old Laughing Lady"5:58
Side two
No.TitleLength
6."String Quartet from Whiskey Boot Hill" (Jack Nitzsche)1:04
7."Here We Are in the Years"3:27
8."What Did You Do to My Life?"2:28
9."I've Loved Her So Long"2:40
10."The Last Trip to Tulsa"9:25

Agent Bla

From Fabio, he calls it "A good one....poppy but good"........carpet bomb test passed........here's a review:

Gothenburg’s Agent Blå call their jangly, moody music “death-pop,” but the drama they bring to their debut album Agent Blå feels more like life-or-death pop. The intensity of each song here reflects the band’s youth — the members of Agent Blå were barely in their twenties when they recorded the album — even though Emilie Alatalo has a depth beyond her years when she sings “so young, so naive” on the doomy album opener “Derogatory Embrace.” Along with plenty of drama, Agent Blåalso has a remarkable sense of balance; as the band mix shadowy post-punk with seemingly inborn Swedish pop skills, they bring purpose to their jangle and temper their angular guitars with swelling melodies. It’s a mix of fire and ice that they deliver in different but equally compelling…
84 MB  320 ** FLAC


…ways, from “Lucid”‘s juxtaposition of dark rock and sweet choruses to “Frustrerad”‘s yearning melody and violently passionate lyrics. Throughout Agent Blå, the band build on the potential of singles like “(Don’t) Talk to Strangers,” which distills the thrilling mood swings of first love, and the joyously swirling “Rote Learning.” “Red White Rose”‘s swooning mix of beauty and danger is another standout, evoking PJ Harvey at her most searing. While songs such as “21:38” are slightly more monochrome than the best moments here, Agent Blå is an impressive debut that’s raw and sophisticated at the same time.


The Ratboys

Reminds me somewhat of some of the early 90's alt-rock female bands......really quite good with clever lyrics and vocals. Thumbs Up!

GN-01 Molly/02 Elvis is in the Freezer/03 Westside/04 Control/05 Crying About the Planets/06 Dangerous Visions/07 Wandered/08 GM/09 The Record/10 Peter the Wild Boy

http://www107.zippyshare.com/v/Sd8SBQ0w/file.html

Male Gaze

Good hard edged rock n roll from Male Gaze.......here is a good review if you want to read it......
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On their third album in three years, Male Gaze returned to their original trio format and went back into the studio with Chris Woodhouse; the result is their best-sounding album of tough, murky, garagey punk yet. Miss Taken is very much of a piece with their first two records; not much has really changed. They stick to a stripped-down, fiery attack with thick and nasty guitars and Matt Jones' growling vocals high in the mix, while the bass and drums chase them down like a pack of hungry stray dogs. But some strangely subtle (for such an unsubtle-sounding band) improvements make this a better record. It feels like their confidence grows each time out, as the hooks get sharper, the guitars get more overpowering, and everything hits harder, like a hammer dropping from a great height. Tracks like "All Yours" and "African Ripoff" build a doomy, claustrophobic atmosphere, with the guitars forming what sounds like a wall of swarming bees. "Keep Yr Kools" and "If U Were My Girl" have a swaggering strut that's reminiscent of early Spoon, if they were darker and a bit more reductive. When Male Gaze lighten up here, it's the lightest they've ever been. The briskly jangling "Didn't" comes off like Ian Curtis' little brother fronting R.E.M. when they were still choked by kudzu, "Tell Me How It Is" could be a twin of one of the heartfelt ballads on Terry Malts' excellent Lost at the Party album, and the title track is immersed in tremolo and heartache, sort of like if Santo & Johnny Thunders were a thing. Nothing is too far from what they did before, and there are no really shocking departures anywhere. Instead, it's clear that Male Gaze have hit their stride on Miss Taken, and made the near-brilliant post-punk garage rock album their first two promised.

MISS TAKEN-01 Keep Your Kools/02 Wha Do Wha Do/03 All Yours/04 Didn't/05 Tell Me How It Is/06 Pale Gaze/07 If U were My Girl/08 African Ripoff/09 Pyramids/10 Miss Taken

http://www72.zippyshare.com/v/yZwFAdMe/file.html


New From Waxahatchee

I've featured this band many times on this site, just checked this new release......"Out in the Storm" is as good as their previous efforts, IMHO.......Katy Crutchfield is truly developing as an artist, check the single "Silver", really great.

OUT IN THE STORM-01 Never Been Wrong/02 8 Ball/03 Sliver/04 Recite Remorse/05 Sparks Fly/06 Brass Beam/07 Hear You/08 A Little More/09 No Question/10 Fade

http://www40.zippyshare.com/v/AW4vX4sj/file.html