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Untamed – Strange Unknown (LP)

Untamed – Strange Unknown (LP)

Sequels are usually weaker than the original, but “Strange Unknown” improves on already documented truimphs and conquests as the thirteen rock’n’roll nitro parasites eat their way into your defenseless skull. The Untamed are seasoned creatures of the Copenhagen rock’n’roll and punkrock scene (The Burnouts, Hellvis Deadly, Jetsons etc.) but age sure hasn´t mellowed our funloving fiends. Nope, the sound is meaner, rawer and more carnivorous, literally, just listen to the first single “The Cannibal King”, a track so fierce Reverend Horton-Heat would’ve sold his soul and sideburns to write an equal.

Track listing:

SIDE A:

1. The Cannibal King

2. Villagers With Torches

3. Roadkill

4. The Coughin’ Killers

5. Postcard From The Grave

6. Tears In Dead Eyes

SIDE B:

1. Zouweena – Queen Of The Jungle

2. Nocturne Girl

3. Meat Me At Midnight

4. The Kissin I’ll Be Missin

5. Monster Under My Bed

6. Don’t Be A Tease

7. The Cat Is Back!

Released 2005 on HepTown Records

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Untamed – Strange Unknown

Untamed – Strange Unknown

Sequels are usually weaker than the original, but “Strange Unknown” improves on already documented truimphs and conquests as the thirteen rock’n’roll nitro parasites eat their way into your defenseless skull. The Untamed are seasoned creatures of the Copenhagen rock’n’roll and punkrock scene (The Burnouts, Hellvis Deadly, Jetsons etc.) but age sure hasn´t mellowed our funloving fiends. Nope, the sound is meaner, rawer and more carnivorous, literally, just listen to the first single “The Cannibal King”, a track so fierce Reverend Horton-Heat would’ve sold his soul and sideburns to write an equal.

Track listing:

1. The Cannibal King

2. Villagers With Torches

3. Roadkill

4. The Coughin’ Killers

5. Postcard From The Grave

6. Tears In Dead Eyes

7. Zouweena – Queen Of The Jungle

8. Nocturne Girl

9. Meat Me At Midnight

10. The Kissin I’ll Be Missin

11. Monster Under My Bed

12. Don’t Be A Tease

13. The Cat Is Back!

Released 2005 on HepTown Records

via Untamed – Strange Unknown | HepTown Records | Get it @ HepCat Store.

Screamin' Eric – Shake It!

Screamin’ Eric – Shake It!

SCREAMIN’ ERIC’s second album on HepTown records is once more filled with catchy songs played with shitloads of energy. But whereas the predecessor “Freak Show” was more one-dimensional in it’s sound and style, “Shake It” presents a broader selection of songs rooted in mid-sixties garage rock and soul stomp, punk rock of the late seventies and a touch of delta blues, mixed together to make contemporary but yet old-fashioned sing-along rock’n’roll. This is an album that kicks rock bands of the very land of mediocrity in the balls with it’s uncomplicated straightforwardness.

SCREAMIN’ ERIC made Lorenzo Woodrose of Baby Woodrose and Martin Budde of The Defectors participate in the making of this album, respectively laying down tracks with backing vocals/percussion and organ on a number of songs on “Shake It” – all with great result. The title song got it’s last finish from the backing vocals of Lorenzo, and it’s impossible not to yell along with the chorus of that song…

Track listing:

1. I Couldn’t Care Less

2. Drive You Home

3. I Love It, I’ve Had It

4. Trailer Camp Blues

5. My Brain Is Gone

6. I’m A Fool

7. Shake It!

8. What’s Wrong With You

9. Bad Boogeyman

10. She’s So Pretty

11. Won’t Let You Out Of My Sight

12. Little Girl

Released 2005 on HepTown Records

via Screamin’ Eric – Shake It!

Screamin’ Eric – Shake It!

Screamin’ Eric – Shake It!

SCREAMIN’ ERIC’s second album on HepTown records is once more filled with catchy songs played with shitloads of energy. But whereas the predecessor “Freak Show” was more one-dimensional in it’s sound and style, “Shake It” presents a broader selection of songs rooted in mid-sixties garage rock and soul stomp, punk rock of the late seventies and a touch of delta blues, mixed together to make contemporary but yet old-fashioned sing-along rock’n’roll. This is an album that kicks rock bands of the very land of mediocrity in the balls with it’s uncomplicated straightforwardness.

SCREAMIN’ ERIC made Lorenzo Woodrose of Baby Woodrose and Martin Budde of The Defectors participate in the making of this album, respectively laying down tracks with backing vocals/percussion and organ on a number of songs on “Shake It” – all with great result. The title song got it’s last finish from the backing vocals of Lorenzo, and it’s impossible not to yell along with the chorus of that song…

Track listing:

1. I Couldn’t Care Less

2. Drive You Home

3. I Love It, I’ve Had It

4. Trailer Camp Blues

5. My Brain Is Gone

6. I’m A Fool

7. Shake It!

8. What’s Wrong With You

9. Bad Boogeyman

10. She’s So Pretty

11. Won’t Let You Out Of My Sight

12. Little Girl

Released 2005 on HepTown Records

via Screamin’ Eric – Shake It!