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Ben Cooper
Submitted by rockinev (05 August 2008)
This is a solo project from one of the founding members of Restless, and does just as the title sugests. This is a real neo-rockabilly sound, pounding slap bass with a tight cutting guitar, the musianship is excellent throughout. If you grew up with the neo scene of the 80's you'll love this, however if you...
Breathless
Submitted by kitti (13 September 2009)
The Breathless from England? No. Mr. Breathless from Finland? No. Those Breathless are from Greece and have been playing together already for 6 years! So far their songs were appearing only on compilations, but finally the time has come for their very own debut album! It includes 12 tracks with ten originals (written by the vocalist...
Build 4 Speed
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (08 May 2007)
4 track EP where we can get a chance to hear yet another version of "Personal Jesus" which Johnny Cash covered excellently, and has become popular in the Rock 'n' Roll clubs via a version by Saints & Sinners. This version appears to by trying to 'milk the cow', being releasing as the title track of...
Cathouse Thumpers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (16 December 2007)
An outstanding album by a trio of super red hot rockabilly cats from San Diego, California. Hi-Octane Rockabilly with thumping bass and mind blowing guitar licks. These 13 top notch tracks will please fans of Stray Cats, Brian Setzer solo, and the rockabilly side of Rev. Horton Heat. Featuring hi-powered Neo-Rockabilly in the shape...
Finn And The Sharks
Submitted by kitti (04 August 2009)
Here I have got a cd from year 2007 by a fine band from New York, Finn and the Sharks. Playing together more than 30 years, the band have formed their own sound, which unites all American roots music. With this cd you’ll get coctail of blues, rock’n’roll and country… sometimes with some heavy, rock sparkle....
Fireball Steven
Submitted by kitti (27 March 2010)
The series of the Rhythm Bomb Records, called “The Many Sides Of”, is a collection of the best songs of (mostly) modern artists, which were recorded during some period of time. Fireball Steven (Nic Steven Nilsson in normal life) is one those who was lucky enough to be part of that project. First six songs...
Fractured
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (06 June 2007)
Review by Stu Gibson. First time CD, and slick digi-pack at that, issue for this, the only album from neo-rockabilly burn-outs Fractured, originally issued in 1987. Favourites at the infamous London psychobilly night Klub Foot in the early to mid eighties, primarily because their Restless-esque neo-stylings were played so fast, even on record, never...
Las Pistolas
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (16 August 2008)
There are dozens of bands playing the Neo-Rockabilly style of music, but many ends up sounding like Psychobilly or even hardcore punkabilly. Well, Las Pistolas are different. The group actually plays really red hot modern sounding rockabilly music, and listening to their debut album I realized how I like that 'classic' neo-rockabilly sound. ...
Mystery Train
Submitted by kitti (15 June 2010)
The Mystery Train was officially born 30 years ago (in 1980), even though the guys started playing together three years before that. As it usually happens, the members were changing, but the bass player (Ari Hanninen) stayed in the band all the time. Singles and EP’s were realeased during band’s musical life and finally...
Reach Around Rodeo Clowns
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
Unfortunately, terms like "inventive," "refreshing," and "clever" have too often been used to describe musicians not nearly as worthy of their imprint as is Quentin Jones. Those already fans of the man's red hot-gunning guitar-play -- with, most recently, Charlie Gracie, Robert Gordon, and the Rockats, as well as his own RARC -- know him...
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