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Recommend some Garage Rock

Discussion in 'Punk Rock/Garage Rock/Indie Rock' started by Vader, Apr 16, 2015.

  1. mrJim

    mrJim Senior Member

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    You may want to give some newer Garage Rock stuff a try. I have seen it called "garage rock revival" whatever. I think some of it is the best stuff made more recently. Here are couple I like

    I have a lot a respect for The White Stripes early stuff particularly
    Broken Bricks

    Redd Blood Cells Album


    The Hives - Veni Vidi Vicious


    I have some more I could suggest if you are interested

    Jim
     
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    The Troggs' "Wild Thing".By the way,what in the blazes IS a Trogg?...........
     
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    I think it refers to a caveman or some primitive human - in keeping with their primitive music.
     
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    Vader Sonic Surfer On The Sulfuric Sea Of Sound

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    Thanks everyone for your interest and input.
    What I'm really interested in the innovators of garage punk of the 60s era and then garage punk psychobilly psych ( any combination ) stuff from the 80s ... stuff like The Cramps, The Molocks, ... and yeah the Troggs and The Seeds especially are the bands that got me interested in
    the first place ie op.
     
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    How about the NY garage outfit, Eric Stumpo's Plan 9 (not to confused with the dark punk band Plan 9). They were big time on Midnight Records in the 1980s with cool garage psych gems like I like girls, Step outta time, Dealing with the Dead, etc.
     
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    The Mystery Machine...many a band go by this name, but if you stick to the channel on YT, you won't go wrong:)
     
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    Of course there are the Thirteenth Floor Elevators


    And the Moving Sidewalks (Billy Gibbons pre ZZ top)


    The Lyre's are a more recent band but the real deal IMO.


     

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