Sunday, June 24, 2012

135 greatest proto-punk songs, part 5

FINAL PART.

135 greatest proto-punk songs is completed.
part 1
part 2
part 3
part 4

This part is called 'garage.' I said before that I don't really think a lot of the 60's garage-rock stuff qualifies as proto-punk because that was just the sound then, and this compilation isn't necessarily garage-rock. Basically, these songs embody the idea of some dudes rocking out in a garage and not giving a shit about anything. These aren't the 'smart,' era-conscious musicians, or the angry, drug-fueled anti-hippies...just some fuckers playing sloppy rock music.

135 GREATEST VOL. 5 - Garage
1. Kim Fowley - Animal Man
2. Los Saicos - Demolicion
3. Fendermen - Mule Skinner Blues
4. High Tide - Death Warmed Up
5. Dies Irae - Lucifer
6. The Rabble - The Crushing Hand of Mother
7. Randy Holden - Fruit and Iceburgs
8. 13th Floor Elevators - Earthquake
9. Radio Birdman - I-94
10. The Holy Modal Rounders - Half a Mind
11. SRC - Black Sheep
12. The Shocking Blue - Love Buzz
13. Desmond Dekker - Get Up Edina
14. Link Wray and His Ray Men - Rumble
15. The Seeds - Can't Seem to Make You Mine
16. Third World War - Rat Crawl
17. The Godz - Radar Eyes
18. Jack Starr - Show Me What You Do
19. Beauregarde - Testify
20. Pentagram - Lazylady
21. 3/3 - Always
22. Styrenes - Grey Haired Rats
23. The Dictators - (I Live For) Cars and Girls
24. Bango - Rock Dream
25. Doctors of Madness - B-Movie Bedtime
26. Baby Grandmothers - Raw Diamond
27. My Solid Ground - The Executioner

***RE-UPLOADED 5/24/14***

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NOTES:
It might be of interest that Beauregarde is a former pro-wrestler who decided to make a rock album for his entrance music, and that his guitarist is none other than a teenage Greg Sage of the Wipers. Also, Desmond Dekker's music isn't really similar to punk at all, but with fans like Op Ivy, The Clash and Rancid, he's definitely a punk influence. Lastly, Jack Starr was supposedly a special effects guy for a lot of 50's and 60's B-movies who recorded his crude garage-rock in the bathroom of his apartment.

3 comments:

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Rodrigo M.A. said...

hey! what's the name of the band in this vol 5 cover? do you know or it's just a random garage band photo you took from google? cheers!

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