One of the best things about Surf Punks is they were exactly what they said they were. In the late 1970s, the Malibu band aimed to apply the no-frills surfer ideal to punk in the same way the Beach Boys had applied it to rock 'n' roll in the 1960s.
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This is a section devoted to rare, obscure and as yet to be released on legitimate DVD movies. Some films may have been released in some part of the world, or on some public domain label, or some may have simply never been released at all on the digital format.
This very low-end mixture of science-fiction and horror follows four teenagers on a day trip out amongst the secluded wilderness of nature. Despite a somewhat cryptic warning from a local gas station owner, the four press on with their journey with little to no concern.
RITCHIE BLACKMORE´S RAINBOW Monsters Of Rock Freilichtbühne Loreley Loreley, Sankt Goarshausen, Germany June 17, 2016 Source: Audience Zoom Q2HD Recording Taped by: SF Transferred by: SF Zoom Q2HD > Internal Mics Rear 90 > 16/44 > CD Wave > dbpoweramp > Flac Level 8 Line Up: Ronnie Romero (Lords Of
Monday, June 27, 2016
by Jason Henn 31 October 2011 Forgotten even in it's own time, the Monkees' psychedelic swan song Head is a perfect snapshot of a bizarre and tumultuous musical era. Obsessed as we are with anniversaries (see: the building crescendo of grunge retromania), 20-, 30-, and 40-year marks reliably bring new seasons of re-analysis.
Sunday, June 26, 2016
In 1960s Mexico, female luchador Lucy Ossorio ( Norma Lazareno) is an athlete at the top of her game. Resplendent in her Red Devil mask and form-fitting crimson jumpsuit, every night she wrestles to a packed house of adoring, sweaty male fans, tossing her hapless opponents around the ring like lumpy bags of week-old laundry.
"Night of the Bloody Apes" is a slice of schlock horror from 1968 which has long enjoyed a cult following, not least due to its high quotient of sex and violence, which actually led to the film being banned in the UK during the 1980s when it was listed as one of the dreaded 'video nasties'.
Saturday, June 25, 2016
So Many Roads To Ease My Soul is a music blog dedicated to classic rock concerts - live performances from The Beatles, Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, The Grateful Dead, Elton John, The Rolling Stones, CSNY, The Who and many more! You'll find primarily Soundboard and FM recordings at So Many Roads.
Friday, June 24, 2016
If Iggy Pop had died when most people expected him to - back in the mid-'70s, from an overdose of bad drugs and stage violence - we would probably be sitting around now wondering what kind of music he would have made in his middle age.
Forget what the rock'n'roll history books tell you, or what the uncharacteristically tired look of the guy on the cover might lead you to believe - Iggy Pop is still the angry teenager, at war at what he sees wrong in the world and not yet cynical enough to give up the fight.
First pressing on orange PVC and the infamous Von Grossenshush label, previously featured here. The above German copy was either available on its own or as part of this 5 LP box set: rr ROLLING STONES Cherrie oh baby Vol.1 The very best of the Glimmer Twins In Concert 1972-1976 3 LP BOX SET with 36 page...