Kogar's Big Thrill-O-Rama Trash Show
Kogar's Big Thrill-O-Rama Trash Show
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Aug 20 2008, 03:38 PM
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track run down!
01. harley hatcher - the chase is on - from the SATANS SADISTS soundtrack
02. sonny flaharty - teenage war chant - great uncomped rockabilly trash song, from 45.
03. keetie and the kats - wayout - another uncomped 45...from the same label as the above 45.
04. Unknown - Voodoo (Sanders) - from the collection of mark taylor and available only on this comp or if you're part of the "incrowd" and have it from him. may be released legit at some point on norton.
05. alberto combo - the green monster - uncomped instrumental 45 on the tammy label.
06. the imps - that'll get it - from the great lp TABU.
07. bailey's nervous kats- Cobra - awesome band from california. dig the compilation on ACE. thee blue print for the cramps (though not really from this song),
08. c.j. and the casuals - study hall - fucking mind-numb-er on norton records.
09. dc 5 - chaquita - dave clark five?! also from the TABU LP
10. Thee Midnighters - Devil With The Blue Dress - edited version (so blue dress seems like all one song) from the norton reissue.
11. the abstracts - nightmare - uncomped spooky 45 by a band from the southwest.
12. nick & the jaguars - ich-i-bon #1 - the gories used to cover this song.
13. jerry lee trio - banshee - uncomped instrumental by a band trying to confuse the public that jerry lee might be a part of it!
14. Gentrys - Wild - one of the greatest songs in the history of recorded music.
15. zz en demaskers - beat girl - some band from denmark or something. on the TABU LP.
16. los sleepers - zombie - mexican zombies!
17. the ebbtones - ram induction - great instrumental with some TEENAGE GANGDEBS snippits thrown in.
18. Reggie Perkins - High School Caesar - great rockabilly tune from norton.
19. Jerry & Mel - Cannibal Stew - killer song from the rex doane wfmu premium cd of the same name.
20. the johnson brothers - zombie lou - want to meet the girl in this song!
21. the fabulous pearls - jungle bunny - can you believe records like this exist?! on the dootone label.
22. tony march and bill david's rockets - show down - one of my fave instrumentals of all time. uncomped.
23. tony sperry and the quarternotes - the shock - sample from a star trek episode!
24 .Link Wray - Big City After Dark - what can i say about him that hasn't already been said better by others...
that's it...hope you like it...
Aug 24 2008, 10:48 AM
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Thanks, kogar, you answered all my questions. The music, then, is from a bit earlier than I would have guessed. I have just recently developed an interest in these kinds of movies. For me too, a big part of their appeal is as you aptly called it, "the time stamp" -- getting a glimpse of the time in which they were made, an aspect of the culture. I have to agree that movies like this aren't made anymore -- they may be copied or paid homage to, or spoofed - but as you said, at the time they were done largely, I think, in earnest. I have, but have not yet watched, a few of the ones from your comp: "Satan's Sadists", "Ghetto Freaks", 'Faster Pussycat, Kill, Kill", but the great majority I have not heard of. I did just watch a JD flick called "Jacktown" from, I think 1962. I got it because I wanted to see what became of child actor Patty MCormack after she did "The Bad Seed" 7 years earlier. Jacktown was entertaining.
The voices in the trailers are great! I will look into seeing some of the others, "Teenage Gang Debs" being one of them. Thanks for the history lesson.
Also, the song "Jungle Bunny" -- talk about 'psychotronic'! I can't wrap my head around it yet.
This post has been edited by M.Henry: Aug 24 2008, 02:36 PM
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