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Various - Back From The Grave Part Three (Crazed, Frantic, Mid-60's Garage Punkers! 100% Psychotic Reaction!) download album

  • Performer: Various
  • Album: Back From The Grave Part Three (Crazed, Frantic, Mid-60's Garage Punkers! 100% Psychotic Reaction!)
  • FLAC: 1854 mb | MP3: 1412 mb
  • Released: 1994
  • Country: US
  • Style: Garage Rock, Punk
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 242
  • Format: ASF DXD AAC WMA MOD AAC MIDI
Various - Back From The Grave Part Three (Crazed, Frantic, Mid-60's Garage Punkers! 100% Psychotic Reaction!) download album

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Back from the Grave is a series compilation albums of 1960s garage rock created and compiled by Tim Warren and released by Crypt Records. The series originally consisted of eight LP records released between 1983 and 1992. Volumes seven and eight were double albums. Starting in 1994, the series was reissued on compact disc. Due to the longer playing times offered by CDs, the first seven volumes were contained on four discs, save for a few tracks that were omitted

1. My Confusion 2:10. 2. Do You Understand Me 2:28. 4. No Reason To Complain 2:11. 5. That's The Bag I'm In 2:22. 7. I'll Come Again 2:05. 8. Rat's Revenge Part 1 3:10. 9. Rat's Revenge Part 2 2:33. 10. We All Love Peanut Butter 2:45. 11. Night Of The Phantom 2:09.

There's also the Fugitives' "You Can't Blame That on Me," a roaring three chord rocker, while the Humans' sound meaner than mean on the leering "Warning. The Huns are responsible for the awesome "Shakedown," which simmers with barely understated rage. After a while, the collection does begin to sound a bit samey- it's hard to keep up this kind of excitement for 30 songs.

Back From the Grave was reserved for the bands that screamed a little harder, played with fuzzboxes (either store-bought or makeshift), and sought refuge in early Animals and Kinks records. The Gories cited the series as an influence, which makes a lot of sense (especially when you hear their cover of the Sloths' Vol. 4 highlight "Makin' Love"). By 1996, series curator Tim Warren was eight-for-eight in putting together albums full of forgotten but thrilling rock'n'roll. The Orphans' story deserves its own biopic: The Iowa teens got kicked out of high school for having long hair, ripped up a record contract (again, because they were told by an authority figure to cut their hair), and were robbed by their terrible manager.

Back From The Grave Part Three (Crazed, Frantic, Mid-60's Garage Punkers! 100% Psychotic Reaction!) ‎ (CD, Comp).

Every Back from the Grave record begins with its jacket art, and it always tells the same sort of story: A bunch of zombie punks are reanimated to rid the world of the squares and douchebags that have turned it into an ugly place to live. It's a revenge fantasy, the cartoonish destruction of the last few decades of American music and culture by the spirits of the past, and it's hard not to take the side of the axe-wielding zombie punkers. The Urban Outfitters version, the shmuckification of the counterculture one retro T-shirt at a time. The garage punk zombie teens on the Back from the Grave LP jackets know all this, and they are pissed off. Tim Warren, the man who has been compiling these genius assemblages of primitive American shit music for the last 30 years, is pissed off too. Back from the Grave Volume 1 came out in the fall of 1983.

Crypt Records' Back From the Grave, Vol. 1 unearths tracks from some of the '60s most obscure garage rockers, including brilliantly named combos like the Monacles, the One Way Streets, the Canadian Rogues, and the Alarm Clocks. The songs range from tough and alienated, like Elite's "My Confusion" and the Lyrics' "They Can't Hurt Me," to goofy fun like the One Way Streets' "We All Love Peanut Butter

Track List Syndicate - the Egyptian Thing Tombstones - I Want You Moguls - Another Day Puddin' Heads - Now You Say We're Through Jim Whelan & the Beau Havens - Elizabeth Worlocks - I Love You Hush Puppies - Look for Another Love Bugs - Slide Gentrys - Wild Syndicate - My Baby's Barefoot Bends - It It's All the Same to You Hush Puppies - Hey, Stop Messin' Around Cliques - So Hard Heathens - the Other Way Around Beep Beep & the Roadrunners - True Love Knows Snails - Snails' Love Theme Half-Pint & the Fifths - Orphan Boy Mustang.

Tracklist

1 The Jesters Of Newport Stormy 3:23
2 The Henchmen* Livin' 2:11
3 The Tigermen Close That Door 2:33
4 The Aztex* The Little Streets In My Town 2:09
5 The Hatfields* The Kid From Cinncy 2:25
6 The Nobles* Something Else 2:20
7 The Shames* My World Is Upside Down 2:40
8 Long John & The Silvermen* Heart Filled With Love 2:18
9 The Keggs* Girl 2:10
10 The Beaux Jens* She Was Mine 3:10
11 The Shames* The Special One 2:27
12 The Savoys* Can It Be 3:06
13 The Golden Catalinas* Varsity Club Song 2:20
14 Billy & The Kids* Say You Love Me 2:13
15 The Shandels* Caroline 2:07
16 The Shandels* Mary Mary 2:34
17 The Abandoned* Come On Mary 2:00
18 The Treytones* Nonymous 2:24
19 The Syndicate The Egyptian Thing 2:13
20 Tombstones* I Want You 2:57
21 The Moguls* Another Day 2:22
22 The Puddin' Heads* Now You Say We're Through 2:00
23 The Worlocks* I Love You 2:46
24 The Hush Puppies* Look For Another Love 2:34
25 The Bugs Slide 2:10
26 The Syndicate My Baby's Barefoot 2:44
27 The Bends* If It's All The Same To You 2:37
28 The Hush Puppies* Hey Stop Messin' Around 1:59
29 The Cliques* So Hard 2:00

Notes

This release features two different Categorys for Crypt records:
on the CD: CR-CD-05713
on the rear inlay and on the spine: CRYPT CD-005713

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 016022 200034
  • Matrix / Runout: TSD 05713

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CR-5713 CD Various Back From The Grave Volume Three ‎(CD, Comp) Crypt Records CR-5713 CD US Unknown