Saturday, April 12, 2008

Mayhem & Psychosis Volume 2 - 30 MORE Psycho-Sonic Garage-Punk Blasts From The 60's

The second and final volume of this series.(That I know of) Yet another
fine sounding compilation, short on information, but strong on music.
If you're into this music, it won't bother you much. You know this is a great
series of music,and it features: The Purple Underground "Count Back",
Rain "ESP", The Deepest Blue "Pretty Little Thing", The Backdoor Men "Evil"
The Fanatics "I Can't Believe", The Humane Society "Knock Knock"
The Trespassers "Living Memories", and many more.
There's some songs not found on a lot of other comps,
so fill in your collection, my friends....
Two parts, that are separate, and then you put them together and rock out!


frumious bandersnatch said...

Thank you : this is now a hard to find compilation & the content is very good. I've seen on previous posts that artwork is generally included so thanks for this too !

Zer0_II said...

I've added your blog to my music blogroll/directory @
I wasn't sure which category to add your blog under, so I chose Garage since the majority of the albums appear to fall under that genre. If you would prefer your blog to be listed in another category just leave a comment and I would be happy to move it.

If you would like to help me out, you can do so by linking back to my blog. It's not a requirement in order to be listed, but I would greatly appreciate it. I have another blog where I share music that you might be interested in as well called Digital Meltd0wn

Thanks for all the great music and your hard work. Take care


garage66 said...

Hi zer0_ii:
Thanks for the blogroll add.
I think this site focuses on cool music,and so it's going all over the should'nt just be one thing(I'll run out of that type of music at some point)It should be alittle of everything that's out of print/great:
Though personally I like 50's/60's music,and music made by "on the fringe" artists.
Up soon will be Little Richard,because he most obviously inspired a lot of bands in the
60's garage era to cover him,and well,he is so special. I don't know if people ever heard is original "album tracks" as much as people heard the hits,so this will be a good opportunity for people to hear the lesser known songs.
Which are more interesting anyways.That's the point here.