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Wild Wax Combo
Submitted by kitti (18 January 2007)
Originally published on BlackCat Rockabilly EUROPE Wild Wax Combo from Copenhagen, Denmark, have their 10 year anniversary this year. And every couple of years the band records a fantastic album, this being their fourth, and I have been a fan from the beginning. The opener "Hot Rod Racer" is nothing less...
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
This Canadian band mixes old school psychobilly with more powerful side of the current movement in culture along with the distict raucous voice of their singer. I like the way the band keep that typical sound of guitar from early 80's psychobilly....
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Debut album from the Chicago Psychobillies. Their songs are melodic, unlike many of today's psychobilly bands, but I found the mixing job is not up to scratch, and some songs are lacking in energy. Still worth checking their music out for yourselves - the band has a MySpace account....
Voodoo Devils
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
The Voodoo Devils spew forth their brand new album of deadly, disease-ridden Psychobilly Stomp. The pounding voodoo Drums, thumpin' slap bass and psychotic guitar licks kick in from the opening seconds of 'Voodoo Dust' and don't let up through this hard-rockin' Hellbilly Riot that'll leave you exhausted and begging for more. 'More' is packed full Voodoo...
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Ghoultown's Horror-Cowpunk Hellbilly style combines Western Gunfighter themes with bloodpumping cowpunk, featuring gritty vocals and Mariachi trumpets. The full, powerful production on 'Bury Them Deep', along with their unique songwriting (described as Johnny Cash meets Rob Zombie) has reulted in their best album to date....
Go Katz
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
British Psycho-Rockabilly band who emerged in the late 1980's. This CD mini-album gathers together the tracks from their original EP along with compilation appreances and unissued material.
Vincent Razorbacks
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Skull bustin' Punk Rock 'n' Roll from legendary low brow artist Vince Ray and his band. Ever wondered what his artwork sounds like? Pick up a copy of his book, put this CD on and take a trip into the weird world of Vince Ray....a world of living dead voodoo dolls, maniacal serial killers and twisted,...
13 Cats
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Tim Polecat (vocal), Danny B Harvey (guitar), Slim Jim Phantom (drums) & Smutty Smith (double bass) storm through a set of full throttle Rockabilly live on stage in Las Vegas. 13 Cats play solid, powerful, gutsy original Rockabilly, without relying on a retro image or vintage cover songs. Nor do they rely on the past glories...
Maria Vincent & The Millionaires
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Maria Vincent & The Millionaires, a swingin' six-piece, are one of the hottest bands on the Rhythm & Blues, Rock 'n' Roll and Swing scenes. Their sound is based around the early 1950s when Rock 'n' Roll emerged of Rhythm & Blues via great artists such as LaVern Baker, Ruth Brown, Louis Jordan & Wynonie Harris...
Vince Ray
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
A Rockabilly Rampage from the lowbrow legend. His first solo album without the Vincent Razorbacks is packed full of rompin' stompin' Rockabilly Psychosis with Gretsch guitar and thumpin' upright bass aplenty. Deranged Ray originals sit alongside riotous renditions of songs you'll know originally by Vince Taylor, The Cramps and Peanuts Wilson. What's more, you get a...
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