jeudi 27 mars 2008

The Fuggy Grooves [originally titled Fuggy & Groovy] sessions unleashed

Third and final mix, focusing on the Krautrock scene, mixed up with sci-fi movie extracts and other horror classics. My personal favorite.
The tracks :
  • JANE "Moving" (from their "Here We Are" album)
  • BIRTH CONTROL "Hoodoo Man" (from their "Hoodoo Man" album)
  • BRAINTICKET "Brainticket (part 2)" (from their "Cottonwoodhill" album)
  • NEU! "Negativland" (from their s/t album)
  • AMON DÜÜL II "Dehypnotized Toothpaste"+"A Short Stop At The Transylvanian Brain Surgery" (from their "Tanz Der Lemminge" album)
  • GURU GURU "Ooga Booga" (from their "Känguru" album)


This is all about British vintage Rock!

I'm not completely satisfied with this one, something's missing, but I still don't know exactly what.

Tracklist :
  • NUTZ "Poor Man" (from their s/t album)
  • BUDGIE "Nude Disintegrating PArachutist Woman" (from their s/t album)
  • PALADIN "Fill Up Your Heart" (from their s/t album)
  • URIAH HEEP "Gypsy" (from their "Very 'Eavy... Very 'Umble" album)
  • HORSE "The Sacrifice" (from their s/t album)
  • INCREDIBLE HOG "Warning" (from their "Volume 1" album)
  • MAY BLITZ "8 Mad Grim Nits (from their "2nd Of May" album)
  • DIRTY TRICKS "The High Life" (from their s/t album)


This is the first of those 3 podcasts.

I used American bands only and some 70's movie extracts. As I did for the STONEFREAK series, I used effects and sometimes reshaped the songs to make sure this podcast is fully enjoyable (depending on the listener). This is clearly dedicated to NYC, I definitely love the city.

This is vinyl only as you may guess and the tracklist goes like this
  • ARMAGEDDON "Buzzard" (from their s/t album)
  • GRANICUS "You're In America" (from their s/t album)
  • YESTERDAY'S CHILDREN "She's Easy" (from their s/t album)
  • SIR LORD BALTIMORE "Master Headache" (from their "Kingdom Come" album)
  • BLUE CHEER "Magnolia Caboose Babyfinger" (from their "Outsideinside" album)
  • TINHOUSE "Personal Gain" (from their s/t album)
  • BANG "Come With Me"(from their s/t album)
  • JAMUL "All You Have Left Is Me" (from their s/t album)


Btw, if you like what you hear, please leave comments, that'd be well appreciated!


1 commentaire:

eyeeatmusic a dit…

She's Easy is my most favorite Yesterdays Children Cut

Just an FYI I was reading your other non-rock&roll bloggers but the doom/sludge/metal world its not my cup o tea
I Do love me some celtic Frost
Cheers my friend and this a Great MIX