Volume 5, and you should have the beginnings the the garage disease. It
would appear somewhat skin blotchy at first, then you get a full break out
in hives,and you start itching for more of this music, and can never get
enough of it. Listen to it, and you'll see what I mean.
Then pretty soon, you'll be buying more garage records,and you could
have bought a house by now,but instead you have a lot of rare garage
records. It happens to all of us.But hey,I'm happy with my garage records.
The house would probably be worthless now in this economy, but the
garage records would be still worth what they are really worth!
That's like early investing in Google stock right? Yeah I think so...
But,I'm only happy to pass this kind of musical disease onto you
kind younger folks. Here's the tracks to Volume 5:
The Tree "No Good Woman", The Gentlemen "It's A Crying Shame",
The 5 Canadians "Writing On The Wall", Satori "Time Machine",
The Leather Boy "Shadows", The William Penn Fyve "Swami"
(the third best garage punk psych record ever),
The Fe Fi Four Plus 2 "I Wanna Come Back",
The Bitter End "Find Somebody To Love", The Satyrs "Yesterday's Hero",
The State Of Mind "Move", Yesterday's Children "Wanna Be With You",
Thursday's Children "You'll Never Be My Girl", and "Air Conditioned Man",
The Tropics "I Want More", The Black & Blues "Come To Me",
The Gants "Smoke Rings", Billy McKnight "You're Doin' Me Wrong",
The Glass Sun "Silence Of The Morning",
The Plastic Blues Band "Gone", The Palace Guards "No Comin' Back",
The Turfits "Losin' One", The Jury "Who Dat?"
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