It’s coming … from MUNSTER:
And it’s going to be something like this:
The birth of PSYCHOBILLY!! A wonderful collectable BOXSET of six 7″ slices of vinyl. All singles come with a picture sleeve (original front cover, different back cover), inside a nice little sturdy box! Psychobilly and rockabilly is very popular again, and the run is short, so we expect this limited edition boxset to be sold out fast. Don´t miss it, get it NOW! Artists/singles featured are:
THE METEORS: Considered by many the first and best Psychobilly band ever, and by some the ONLY Psychobilly band that matters!. Still together after like 25 years and 40 albums, a true legend. BUT, here you can find where it all started. The very first 7″ EP with its four tracks. From 1981!
GUANA BATZ: Another of the first wave psychobilly bands, and one of the most influential maybe. Here in our boxset you can hear the four tracks of their very first record in all its original glory!
THE STING-RAYS: Their sound mixed rock’n'roll and garage in a very wild way. They soon evolved and change their sound and music, but their beginnings were totally kickass psychobilly at its best.
THE BANANAMEN were in fact the Sting-Rays in disguise! They did one only single re-creating some of their favourite obscure originals (The Trashmen´s Surfin Bird, and two obscure garage nuggets unearthed by The Cramps, The Phantom´s Love Me, and The Novas´ The Crusher.
THE VIBES: Probably the less known of them all. This is the first single they ever did, also for the ACE (Big Beat) label.
THE MILKSHAKES might sound like an odd choice for this boxset, but back in the days (1983) the hardcore rock&roll/beat/garage assault of BILLY CHILDISH & The Milkshakes was not so outta place with what the new rockabilly freaks were doin´. They shared stages and compilations with the other bands, tagged altogether as “TRASH”. In this boxset you can find The Milkshakes earlier tracks… including covers of Link Wray, Chuck Berry and Vince Taylor, well ´shaked their own trashy way. Of course Billy Childish is very famous now, and considered the Godfather of “low-fi” rock.
We wish we could somehow put the copious drool falling from our lips in to written form.