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Punk 45: Sick on You! One Way Spit! After the Love & Before the Revolution, Vol. 3: Pro

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All Music Guide - Fred Thomas
The third volume of Soul Jazz Records' excellent Punk 45 compilation series focuses on some of the earliest front-runners of the punk movement, collecting 21 tracks of raw, weird, and sometimes psychedelic proto-punk recorded between 1969 and 1976, in some cases years before the late-'70s rise of punk. The collection goes as far back as the late-'60s composition "(I Wanna Love You Like A) Mad Dog" by junk instrument-implementing psych act Stavely Makepeace, but the true roots of punk's experimental, feral, and deeply outsider perspectives are best explored on tracks recorded a few years later by Detroit Afro-punkers Death, Ohio urchins Electric Eels, dark synth ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Fred Thomas
The third volume of Soul Jazz Records' excellent Punk 45 compilation series focuses on some of the earliest front-runners of the punk movement, collecting 21 tracks of raw, weird, and sometimes psychedelic proto-punk recorded between 1969 and 1976, in some cases years before the late-'70s rise of punk. The collection goes as far back as the late-'60s composition "(I Wanna Love You Like A) Mad Dog" by junk instrument-implementing psych act Stavely Makepeace, but the true roots of punk's experimental, feral, and deeply outsider perspectives are best explored on tracks recorded a few years later by Detroit Afro-punkers Death, Ohio urchins Electric Eels, dark synth punk/proto-industrial acts like Cabaret Voltaire, and a host of other bands that were getting into vile, unhinged territory long before the Sex Pistols were even a twinkle in Malcolm McLaren's eye. Crime's gloriously loose "Hot Wire My Heart" (later covered by Sonic Youth on their Sister album) makes an appearance, as does Joe Strummer's pre-Clash outfit the 101'ers, a screaming track from Oklahoma single album freak rockers Debris, and the sci-fi meets lo-fi mess of Simply Saucer, sounding like Lou Reed on a heavy bender trying to figure out how to operate a synthesizer. After rock & roll's early days burned to a close and before the loud, fast, snotty upstarts of 1977 punk started their racket, there was a long stretch of lawless middle ground. This volume of Punk 45 does an amazing job corralling some of the various wild sounds from that nebulous time, anchoring the untameable numerous directions of its playlist with a finely considered flow and top-notch curation.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/6/2014
  • Label: Soul Jazz
  • EAN: 5026328102795
  • Catalog Number: 279
  • Sales rank: 37,301

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 One Way Spit - Debris (2:42)
  2. 2 Jungle Rot - George Brigman (3:39)
  3. 3 Politicians In My Eyes - Death (5:48)
  4. 4 You Really Got Me - Hammersmith Gorillas (2:49)
  5. 5 Hot Wire My Heart - Crime (3:20)
  6. 6 She Smiled Wild - The Mirrors (4:05)
  7. 7 Sick On You - Hollywood Brats (5:08)
  8. 8 Derelict Boulevard - Pastiche (3:31)
  9. 9 Makes Your Mouth Go Funny - Cabaret Voltaire (4:40)
  10. 10 Hit and Run - Jack Ruby (2:29)
  11. 11 Rear Guard Action - Victoria Vein & the Thunderpunks (3:52)
  12. 12 Cyclotron - The Electric Eels (2:05)
  13. 13 Ain't Got You - The Count Bishops (1:50)
  14. 14 Acid Revolution - Rob Jo Star Band (4:47)
  15. 15 Keys To Your Heart - The 101'ers (3:41)
  16. 16 Mr. Cool - Killer Kane (4:15)
  17. 17 Here Come the Cyborgs, Pt. 2 - Simply Saucer (6:45)
  18. 18 Space Age Love - Zolar X (3:19)
  19. 19 Wired Up - Hector (2:55)
  20. 20 (I Wanna Love You Like a) Mad Dog - Stavely Makepeace (3:43)
  21. 21 (Just a) Patsy - Radio Pete (2:11)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Joe Strummer Guitar, Vocals
Richard Davis Organ, Saxophone
Andrew Matheson Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Phil Brown Vocals
Gary Anderson Drums
Paul Balbi Drums
Pete Brown Guitar
Ron Collier Conga, Harp
Richard Dudanski Drums
Alan Gordon Drums
Johnny Guitar Guitar, Vocals
Charlie Harrison Saxophone, Vocals
Jesse Hector Guitar, Vocals
Arthur Kane Bass, Vocals
Dan Kelleher Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Nick Knox Drums
Steve Lewins Bass
John Morton Guitar
Louis Sparks Drums
Casino Steel Organ, Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Clive Timperley Guitar, Vocals
Brian McMahon Guitar
Dave McManus Clarinet, Vocals
Jamie Klimek Guitar, Vocals
Ping Romany electronics
Johnny Strike Guitar, Vocals
Edgar Breau Guitar, Vocals
Jim Crook Guitar
Alan Butler Bass
Wayne Manor Bass
Rob Woodward Keyboards, Vocals
Nigel Fletcher Conductor, Drums
Frankie Fix Guitar, Vocals
Ricky Tractor Drums
Charles Ivey Synthesizer, Vocals, screams
Oliver Powers Guitar, Vocals, electronics, B-Flat Clarinet
Johnny Gregg Drums, Vocals
Jim Jones Bass
Ron the Ripper Bass
Jeff Barrett Drums
Don Kerr Guitar
Ygarr Ygarrist Guitar, Vocals
Zany Zatovian Bass
Zory Zenith Vocals
George Brigman Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Bobby Hackney Bass, Vocals
Eon Flash Drums
Pete Fisher Bass
Mr. Curt Guitar, Vocals
Dannis Hackney Drums
David Hackney Guitar
Randy Cohen Synthesizer, Drums
Chris Gray Bass, Guitar
Kalvin Kristoff Bass, Vocals
Boris Policeband Electric Violin
Jimi Image Drums, Vocals
Andy Jay Guitar, Vocals
Michael Weldon Drums
Dave Godbey Bass, Vocals
Kim Preston Organ, Guitar, Electric Piano, Vocals
Mener Sheene Guitar
Radio Pete Vocals
Blackie Goozeman Guitar, Vocals
Alain Poblador Guitar, Vocals
Ricky Muchmore Drums
Nigel Shannon Bass
Michel-Robert Sahuc Bass
John D. Morton Guitar
Tony Cutaia Drums
Simon Cassell Saxophone
Roger Vidal Drums
Robert Castello Guitar
Robby Hall Vocals
Rob "Dizzy Fingers" Hayes Guitar
Technical Credits
Joe Strummer Composer
The Count Bishops Producer
Stephen Mallinder Composer, Instrumentation
Larry Page Producer
Ray Davies Composer
Hollywood Brats Producer
Roger Armstrong Producer
Richard H. Kirk Composer, Instrumentation
John Morton Artwork
Billy Myers Composer
Jim Vitti Engineer
Chris Watson Composer, Instrumentation
Paul Marotta Producer, Engineer
Jon Savage Sleeve Notes
Duncan Cowell Mastering
Jamie Klimek Composer
Johnny Strike Composer
Edgar Breau Composer
Pete Reilly Mastering
Rob Woodward Composer
Nigel Fletcher Composer
Stuart Baker Liner Notes
Oliver Powers Composer
Stephen Della "SDB" Bosca Composer
Ygarr Ygarrist Composer
Zory Zenith Composer
George Brigman Composer, Producer
Mark Shipper Sleeve Notes
Bobby Hackney Composer
Death Producer
Mr. Curt Producer
Robert Woodward Arranger
Chris Gray Composer
Anita Fischer Cover Painting
Karen Jones Lipman Layout
Kim Preston Composer
Radio Pete Engineer, Instrumentation
Chuck Ivey Composer
Blackie Goozeman Composer
Alain Poblador Composer
Paul Taussing Producer
Michel-Robert Sahuc Composer
John D. Morton Composer, Artwork
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