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VA - No No No: 28 Moody, Somber and Tragic '60s Garage Rock Sagas (1998)

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VA - No No No: 28 Moody, Somber and Tragic '60s Garage Rock Sagas (1998)
Artist: VA
Title: No No No: 28 Moody, Somber and Tragic '60s Garage Rock Sagas
Year Of Release: 1998
Label: Arf! Arf!
Genre: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Quality: Flac (tracks)
Total Time: 01:10:24
Total Size: 419 Mb



01. The Syndicate - She Haunts You
02. The Savages - No No No
03. The Wanted - Here To Stay
04. The 5:P.M. - How Many Days
05. Something Else - Let Me Say Now Love
06. The Bounty Hunters - The Sun Went Away
07. Missing Lynx - Hang Around
08. The Stonemen - No More
09. The Specters - Depression
10. The Landlords - I'm Through With You
11. The Satisfactions - Never Be Happy
12. Counts - Now You're Gone
13. The Run-A-Rounds - I Can't Take You Back
14. The Masters Of Stonehouse - Please
15. The Lost Souls - Lost Love
16. The Bush - Feeling Sad And Lonely
17. The Symmetry Of Sound - Here Without You
18. The Invaders - I Was A Fool
19. The Paupers - Searching For Someone
20. The Madhatters - You May See Me Cry
21. The Psychopaths - See The Girl
22. The In Mates - The Same
23. Eye Zooms - She's Gone
24. Bad Manners - I Am Alone
25. Monuments - You'll Find The Way
26. Action Unlimited - My Heart Cries Out
27. The Ascots - Where I'm Goin'
28. The Missing Links - You Hypnotize Me

Subtitled "28 Moody, Somber and Tragic '60s Garage Rock Sagas," this is devoted to the downbeat and subdued side of the garage sound, which is often overlooked in favor of the more common fuzz punkers. Most or all of the bands will be unknown even to those who collect such anthologies; the Savages, who did one of the best rare '60s garage albums, are probably the most famous, which is to say not at all famous. This material exhibits the influence of moody pop/rockers such as the Zombies and the Beau Brummels, as opposed to the typical Rolling Stones and Yardbirds derivations. There's also a frequent strong folk-rock streak to the guitars and harmonies, where the influence of the Byrds becomes apparent; Symmetry of Sound even do a raw version of the early Byrds LP cut "Here Without You," while the Missing Lynx' "You Hypnotize Me" actually sounds quite a bit like the early Byrds might have had they sung typically insouciant teen lyrics. Overall this is an average '60s garage comp, but does stand out from the crowd some via its emphasis on different kinds of songs.





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