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The Roots Of Psychobilly (2012)

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The Roots Of Psychobilly (2012)

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CD1
01. The Phantom - Love Me
02. Link Wray & His Ray Men - Rumble
03. Dick Dale - Jessie Pearl
04. Ron Thompson - Switchblade
05. Jackie Morningstar - Rockin' In The Graveyard
06. Mac Rebennack - Storm Warning
07. Dwight Pullens - Sunglasses After Dark
08. The Shades - Strollin' After Dark
09. The Imps - Uh Oh
10. The Scarlets - Stampede
11. The Gamblers - Moon Dawg
12. The Rockin' R's - Nameless
13. The Ramrods - Ghost Riders In The Sky
14. Link Wray & His Ray Men - Right Turn
15. Rock-A-Teens - Woo Hoo
16. Ray Ethier - President's Walk
17. Kip Tyler & The Flips - Jungle Hop
18. Freddie & The Hitch Hikers - Sinners
19. The Riptides - Machine Gun
20. Jett Powers - Go Girl Go
21. Sheriff & The Ravels - Shombalor
22. Bill Allen & The Backbeats - Please Give Me Something
23. Dale Hawkins - Tornado
24. The Frantics - Werewolf
25. Johnny Burnette - The Train Kept A Rollin'

CD2
01. Johnny Burnette Trio - Rock Billy Boogie
02. The Kingsmen - Weekend
03. Keith Courvale - Trapped Love
04. The Rhythm Rockers - Madness
05. The Playboys - Jungle Fever
06. Link Wray & His Ray Men - Comanche
07. The Fendermen - Mule Skinner Blues
08. Mickey Hawks & The Night Raiders - Bip Bop Boom
09. Ronnie Dawson - Rockin' Bones
10. Gene Summers & His Rebels - School Of Rock 'n' Roll
11. Don Willis - Warrior Sam
12. Jim McDonald - Let's Have A Ball
13. Dave 'Diddle' Day - Blue Moon Baby
14. Kai Ray - I Want Some Of That
15. Willie Joe & His Unitar - Unitar Rock
16. Walter Brown & His Band - Jelly Roll Rock
17. Carl Perkins - Her Love Rubbed Off
18. Scotty Moore Trio - Have Guitar, Will Travel
19. Eddie Bond - Slip, Slip, Slippin' In
20. Mickey Hawks & The Night Raiders - Cotton' Pickin'
21. Screamin' Jay Hawkins - I Put A Spell On You
22. Ray Harris - Come On Little Mama
23. Junior Thompson - How Come You Do Me
24. Don Willis - Boppin' High School Baby
25. Link Wray & His Ray Men - Rawhide

 

Psychobilly reared its ugly head during the early '80s, as the rockabilly revival was hitting its stride. Since the rockabilly revival was an underground movement, it wasn't surprising that some bands wedded rockabilly to another, bigger underground movement -- punk. Psychobilly took the basic form of rockabilly and played it with punk energy, adding in all manners of kitschy, tacky lyrical references and artwork. It never really broke into the mainstream, but acts like the Cramps and Mojo Nixon became collegiate favorites, and the spirit of psychobilly continued in alternative music for years, as the 1990s' success of the Rev. Horton Heat illustrated. ---allmusic.com

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