Volume 3, my favorite one of this particular series.
Why? Because look at this track list:
Dave Diamond & The Higher Elevation "The Diamond Mine",
(the DJ from Los Angeles 1960's radio-yes that one!)
Teddy & His Patches "Suzy Creamcheese"
The Crystal Chandelier " Suicidal Flowers",
The Naked Truth "The Wall", Vox Wah Wah Ad (Electric Prunes),
The Calico Wall "Flight Reaction", The Hogs "Loose Lip Sync Ship",
Macabre "Gathering Of The Tribe", The Monocles "Spider And The Fly",
Godfrey "Let's Take A Trip" (funny stuff-very hippy dippy),
T.C. Atlantic "Faces", Oshun "Rattle Of Life",
The Weird Street Carnival "The Inner Truth",
The Driving Stupid "The Reality Of (Air) Fried Borsk",
MG & The Escorts " A Someday Fool",
The Quests "Shadows In The Night",
Pat Farrell & The Believers " Bad Woman",
The Electric Company "Scary Business", The Cave Men "It's Trash"!,
The Teddy Boys "Mona", The Calico Wall "I'm A Living Sickness".
The singles listed above would cost you roughly $50.00 to
$500. per single, so add that up,I think this would be the best way to
hear the music...The long running Pebbles series are great for rarities.
I think the song "I'm a Living Sickness" is one of thee best garage punk
songs ever. Volumes 4 and 5 are on the way.
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