Jumpin - Various - Mashed Up! 6 (CD)

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This collection came out in on the Ace Records label. Though some of the tracks can be found on other compilations, there are enough songs here not found elsewhere to make it worthwhile! Nuggets was reissued in a CD facsimile last year, but anyone who hasn't heard it should know that its 27 songs are so addictive, you'll want to Jumpin - Various - Mashed Up!

6 (CD) the other 91 on the four-CD behemoth including the original album in its entirety released by Rhino in Nuggets revisited and expanded tells you more or less everything you need to know about s garage.

That it was fervid and filthy, graceless and glowering. That lack of musical aptitude wasn't considered an impediment. That it was a restlessly experimental hotchpotch of Bo Diddley rhythms, drug references, fearsome basslines, teenage protest against societal mores, buzzing guitar effects, sleazy leering at girls, and all the berserk noises that could be conjured up from such newfangled instruments as the Farfisa.

That Liar, Liar by the Castaways is one of the best dance records of the entire s. Jumpin - Various - Mashed Up! 6 (CD) is Wooly Bully by Sam the Sham. As is. The one thing Nuggets doesn't tell you is that, every so often, girls strapped on guitars, too.

Even on the long version, the number of female songwriters and musicians can be counted on the fingers of one hand. These four CDs are drenched in testosterone, their simmering aggression more than once erupting in a Neanderthal howl. Hackles raised, they collaborated to create a sound that - thanks to Kaye's intervention - has endured, excited and influenced beyond their wildest Jumpin - Various - Mashed Up!

6 (CD). Maddy Costa. Despite some odd omissions, it's a great resource to be dipped into for reference and revelation. Various Queer Noises: From the Closet to the Charts Journalist Jon Savage's compilation of homosexually themed rock and pop was an unprecedented act of musical archaeology. Who knew there had been a gay record label in the 60s, an outrageous queeny parody of the Beatles called Kay, Why? Various Really Heavy Soul Where Sly Stone led, Jumpin - Various - Mashed Up!

6 (CD) 70s soul acts followed, embracing rock, psychedelia and righteous politics. Various Run the Road A great document of the UK's most exciting underground movement since punk.

Truth is, these tracks still sound too harsh and uncompromising for the mainstream. It's also a Latin dance compilation album with no fillers. Various Songs Jumpin - Various - Mashed Up! 6 (CD) Bonzo Dog Band Taught Us This compilation of prewar novelty jazz is a delight only the terminally po-faced could resist the flatulent delights of Jack Hodges, the self-styled Raspberry King.

But it's also historically important: here begins a very English strain of musical humour that percolates through pop, from the Kinks and psychedelia via Parklife to Pete Doherty. Various Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration A double helping of the greatest southern soul label of all. Various Street Corner Serenade It's one of pop's great ironies that s and 60s doo-wop was born of poverty, yet, with its abundance of honeyed, harmonising voices and swooning romanticism, it radiates silky opulence.

This impeccable compilation gathers its finest songs, and is as deliciously heady as a feast of dark chocolate and expensive red wine. Various Sub Pop Bruce Pavitt and Jonathan Poneman were petty mythmakers, running the little Sub Pop label until the combination of their marketing skill, Charles Peterson's photography and some hairy men with guitars produced the self-contained phenomenon of grunge. Sub Pop offered the first glimpse of Nirvana, Soundgarden and Mudhoney.

There are 81 of them here over three CDs, focusing on the imprint's 60s golden age, with hits from the Supremes, Marvin Gaye, the Four Tops, the Temptations and more.

All of which makes it pretty well the best album ever. Various Techno! The genre's best compilation shows why Detroit's second wave of dance music became as influential as Motown. Various Tighten Up Vol 2 These days, record-shop shelves groan with reggae reissues, but it was Trojan's budget-priced Tighten Up series that first provided British audiences with a crash course in Jamaican music.

Volume 2 is the pick of the original albums; the definitive skinhead reggae collection, its exuberance is still irresistible today. Various Tombstone After Dark A rousing reminder of why country won a new following in the post-punk era and that not all the best music came from Nashville. Various Trojan Skinhead Reggae Box Set Spanning the era fromwhen British white kids pulled on their boots and braces and danced to Jamaican reggae, these three CDs of tight instrumentals, sweet rocksteady, stomps, chants and novelties celebrate the interracial spirit of the early skinhead movement without shrinking from the burgeoning violence of the scene.

Various Tropicalia This fantastic collection from lates Brazil shows the magic that can happen when different musical worlds fuse together. British psychedelic rock, American funk and the European avant garde merged with bossa nova to create fabulous international pop, with Os Mutantes, Caetano Veloso and Gal Costa leading the dizzying charge. Various Ze Records: Mutant Disco When this compilation emerged, it made Ze the Jumpin - Various - Mashed Up!

6 (CD) label on the planet: its art-disco artistes combined witty lyrics and wayward funk to revolutionary effect. Various Velvet Tinmine: 20 Junk Shop Glam Raves Sometimes, musical failures can tell you more about their era than successes hence this remarkable collection of flop glam rock.

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