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    • October 30, 2011 10:19 PM CDT
    • Los Saicos- Demolition

       

      on youtube

    • October 30, 2011 10:04 PM CDT
    • DEMOLICION ! DEMOLICION ! DEMOLICION......TA TA TA TA TA TA - YA ! YA ! YA ! YA !

      Mina said:

      Echemos abajo la estacion del tren
      demoler demoler demoler demoler
      echemos abajo la estacion del tren
      demoler demoler la estacion del tren

    • October 29, 2011 3:45 PM CDT
    • TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA - YA ! YA ! YA ! YA !!!!!!

      Mina said:

    • October 29, 2011 10:30 AM CDT
    • Los Vidrios Quebrados, Los Mac's, Kaleidoscope, New Juggler Sound, The Shakers - all well worth seeking out.

    • October 27, 2011 9:56 PM CDT


    • John Battles said:

      I just found a Los Flippers album , too ! It is great , though a lot of it is covers , in Spanish (A recurring theme. Don't get me wrong . I love hearing stuff like that.). Mexico and South America produced a LOT of them. I forget , sometimes , which countries some of the Sudamerican bands were from.

      Mexico (We'll drop the "Los" ) - Teen Tops , Johnny Jets , Locos Del Ritmo , Apson , Camisas Negras , Beatniks , Rockin' Devils , Blue Cats , Monstruos , Hooligans , Rebeldes Del Rock , Hitters , Crazy Boys , Babys , Freddys , Monejes , Yaki  

      Eddie Con Los Shades (Early Freddy Fender. Recorded in South Texas , but released for the Mexican market.) 

      3 Souls in My Mind (Insane Psych - Blues , morphed into the still - phenomenally popular El Tri , whose CDs are very easy to find .)

       

      South America - Pets , Las Mosquitas (All girl Beat group), York , Mockers , St.Thomas Pepper Smelter (I'll have to check that name again.) , Yettis , Jockers , Shains , Saicos....

      There's a lot of others , I can't think of 'em , now.  i JUST SAW THAT SOME OF THESE WERE MENTIONED , ALREADY. Mexico's Rock'n'Roll industry did'nt really start until about 1960 , with the first releases by Los Teen Tops and Los Camisas Negras, it WAS STILL VERY 50'S - ORIENTED , and wild as a motherfucker. Some of these bands lasted into the mid 60's , and even longer , and cut some great "Garage " and "Psych" sides along the way. Others , like Los Babys and Los Freddys (Both of whom , I think , are still around , today.) went Pop , very fast . A lot of the Mexican R'n'R bands are still around in some form , today , and all you have to do is get on You Boob , click on a name , like "Los Teen Tops " or "Los Locos Del Ritmo" and all these great videos will appear.

    • October 27, 2011 9:48 PM CDT
    • I just found a Los Flippers album , too ! It is great , though a lot of it is covers , in Spanish (A recurring theme. Don't get me wrong . I love hearing stuff like that.). Mexico and South America produced a LOT of them. I forget , sometimes , which countries some of the Sudamerican bands were from.

      Mexico (We'll drop the "Los" ) - Teen Tops , Johnny Jets , Locos Del Ritmo , Apson , Camisas Negras , Beatniks , Rockin' Devils , Blue Cats , Monstruos , Hooligans , Rebeldes Del Rock , Hitters , Crazy Boys , Babys , Freddys , Monejes , Yaki  

      Eddie Con Los Shades (Early Freddy Fender. Recorded in South Texas , but released for the Mexican market.) 

      3 Souls in My Mind (Insane Psych - Blues , morphed into the still - phenomenally popular El Tri , whose CDs are very easy to find .)

       

      South America - Pets , Las Mosquitas (All girl Beat group), York , Mockers , St.Thomas Pepper Smelter (I'll have to check that name again.) , Yettis , Jockers , Shains , Saicos....

      There's a lot of others , I can't think of 'em , now.  

    • October 27, 2011 11:00 AM CDT
    • The sleepers are a really good band, i saw them a couple of months ago, yeah they start rocking at 60s and still playing whit a lot of balls, they visited Mexico City whit Los Saicos and was a really cool session. Look for a record called Delincuentes, there are a lot of great latin bands from 40 years ago.

    • October 20, 2011 12:49 PM CDT
    • Would love to have you guys on my podcast/radio show out of Bangkok!!!  Give me a holler back! Hey, I can get ya a gig at Spice Girls .... lol :)

       

      Max

    • October 17, 2011 10:16 PM CDT
    • YEP, SPIDER BABIES( PORTLAND, OREGON USA) LOOKING FOR CONTACTS TO SET UP A 2 WEEK TOUR OF CHINA TO CELEBRATE THE BANDS 20TH ANNIVERSARY PLAYING THEIR BRAND OF DIRTY, NO-NON SENSE GARAGE PUNK AND ROLL!!

    • September 27, 2011 7:07 PM CDT
    • ¡VAMOS CON EL ÚLTIMO EPISODIO DEL TOCADISCOS SALVAJE!

       

    • September 12, 2011 11:18 AM CDT
    • I'm really interested in (and curious about) life in Belize. It's very tempting to move there since the cost of living is so low compared with that of the United States, and it's also home to a lot of American, Canadian, and British ex-pats, and the official language is English (very helpful for those of us who only know a little Spanish). So I'm curious if there are any Hideout members who are from Belize, or who may have moved there. Looking for tips on everything! I'm not sure how serious I am about moving there (uprooting our family from the Midwest would be quite a chore), but it doesn't hurt to check it out.

    • August 1, 2011 10:24 AM CDT
    • I can't recommend Davila 666 from Puerto Rico enough, too. I think people forget about them when talking about Latin American bands since they're from the Caribbean.

    • August 18, 2011 7:20 AM CDT
    • The Stately DJ Wayne Manor will be appearing at the latest party by the dynamic disc jockey duo YUKKUM YUKKUM, that's Mr. Death & OKD! It's the second installment of TOOLIE FROOLIE and features a host of DJs spinning classic garage, surf and rockabilly, not to mention some live & wild Japanese rock 'n' roll action by the likes of The Fly & His One Man Garbage (feat. belly dancer Shaula Lee), Tucker, Stompin' Riff Raffs, Reiko & the Legends... oh and special guests THE GO-DEVILS will be there, all the way from Osaka celebrating the release of "Super Stuff," their latest 7" record!

      It's an all-night affair opening at 9pm, get there early and catch my set of 60's nuggets and garage punk unknowns. I spin before The Fly & His One Man Garbage, so get revved up with The Stately DJ Wayne Manor! Here's the complete line up!

      THE GO-DEVILS (OSAKA)
      TUCKER
      REIKO & THE LEGENDS (EDDIE LEGEND STORY / EARLY 6T'S VERSION)
      THE FLY & HIS ONE MAN GARBAGE (SHIZUOKA)
      STOMPIN' RIFFRAFFS

      {OPENING ACT}
      OKD & HIS ONE MAN HOTROD

      {BURLESQUE DANCE}
      RITA
      CHISA

      DJs
      DADDY-O-NOV (RADIO UNDERGROUND,BACK FROM THE GRAVE)
      HIROSHI SEKIGUCHI (SWANK)
      EDDIE LEGEND(ex.MAD3)
      REIKO (ex.EDDIE LEGEND STORY)
      MOMO (THE GO-DEVILS)
      WILD OX (EROSTIKA)
      TELL-ME (EROSTIKA)
      MIKA-BAT (THEEE BAT)
      MEG THE EYEBALL (ex.ECSTASYS,ex.NADSAT KICKS)
      WAYNE MANOR (MYSTERY MONDAYS)
      MR.DEATH (YUKKUM YUKKUM)

      {FOOD}
      DADDY'S H. DINNER

      OPEN/START: 21:00
      DOOR: 2,000yen+1D





    • August 10, 2011 7:16 PM CDT
    • Five months on Japan is still recovering from the devastation caused by the Great East Japan Earthquake that struck on March 11, 2011. I put together this benefit comp called HEAL THE COAST: A Homespun Tsunami Benefit featuring a variety Japanese punk running the gamut from garage to Irish, ska and and some psychobilly. There's also a few tracks from overseas bands known for touring Japan in the past several years.

      HEAL THE COAST was released in early May, but I haven't been promoting it as much as I should. 100% of the proceeds gets donated directly to the Japanese Red Cross Society. There's 23 raucous tracks to help the continued recovery for only $10!!

      http://www.pacifictionrecords.com/HEALTHECOAST_tsunamibenefit.shtml

       

      1. DOING LIFE - Go Forward
      2. DREX - Michi
      3. MoDERN B Beard - Viking Aubade
      4. ANDROID BEACH PARTY - Dragon Uppercut
      5. FAILURES - Good Feeling
      6. SEE HER TONITE - Your Song Resounds
      7. SPOOKEY - Rock'n'Roll Summer Beach
      8. THE LEGS - Tuning In The Radio
      9. 88 BALAZ - 內臟派對 (Taiwan)
      10. THE FADEAWAYS - Trip In Tyme
      11. TENNIS PRO - Satomi (USA)
      12. THE HARPY's - No Means No
      13. SHLONK - Sugar Rush (Canada)
      14. ED WOODS - Murder Ride
      15. ATOMIC SUPLEX - Rock & Roll Machine (UK)
      16. THEEE BAT - Batsville
      17. BOBBY'S BAR - Time Of Hunting
      18. PINCH OF SNUFF - Pinsuna Set
      19. RETROGRESSIVE THREE CHORDS - Where Does This Word?
      20. Royal SHAMROCK - Amewokakeru Ryusei
      21. TAKUMiX & THE TRASH VOX - I Feel Good
      22. THE INDEX - United One
      23. ONE MAN STAND - Kanpai (UK)

    • August 7, 2011 9:16 PM CDT
    • ¡SEGUIMOS MOVIENDO LA PATITA AL RITMO DEL GARAGE!
      LATIN AMERICA KEEPS ROCKIN'!
      RANCHERA? TANGO? SAMBA? YEAH, BUT ALSO THE DIRTIEST, RAWEST GARAGE TUNES YOU'LL EVER HEAR! AND IT'S ON EL TOCADISCOS SALVAJE #4! WITH A TOUCH OF SPANISH FLAVOUR THIS TIME AROUND... OLÉ!
      TAMBIÉN EN ESPAÑOL!
      ¡AGUANTEN LOS ESTUDIANTES CHILENOS, CARAJO!

    • August 1, 2011 10:26 AM CDT
    • Go-Go Boy, Chuck, and Ivan. We have a show now, but if you guys would like to take a stab at it, too, then go for it. I mean, even if I don't care for it enough to include it on the GPPN, it would be great to see more shows out there playing this stuff.

    • July 13, 2011 9:04 PM CDT
    • Horror Deeeee - luxe!

    • July 12, 2011 11:08 PM CDT
    • Let's not forget about Davila 666 from Puerto Rico, too.

    • July 11, 2011 7:35 AM CDT

    • ^ i agree with wasted pido! ^