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    Garage Punk band The Mess Me Ups, needs a drummer to play a couple of gigs in June, go into the studio, and make a the kind you can eat off of, or listen to the songs with a pencil and paper cone.   Songs are on Mess Me Ups facebook page..please imagine a better recording, and if...
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    "ROCK IN A HARD PLACE" 90min music documentary. 30 ODD years of Sth Australian Underground Original. Directed & Produced by Tdwina J Moore PUNK, ROCK, PUB ROCK, ART ROCK   $25.00AU  Plus Postage See The Trailer Here: "Rock In a Hard Place"  DOCUMENTARY 78 -2010 Adelaide Austra...
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    Our little band with a drummer an a guitar player is looking for a bass player. our first show is on the 9th of June at Lilypad in Cambridge MA Real fun gig!! Easy fun songs. Get back to us soon!!

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  • The Marshmallow Overcoat 25-year "Very Best Of" set is now available as both a 2-LP colored vinyl and digital download edition.

    The 28-song vinyl edition is limited to only 500 copies, and features a full-color gatefold sleeve and two marble-colored LPs. The digital download is available as both MP3s or full-resolution FLAC files (so you can burn your own CD), with complete artwork, too.

    This "Very Best Of" collects the best from each of the band's many 45s, albums, CDs and compilation appearances, covering for the first time the entire 25-year history of this classic garage-psych band. 

    Blistering fuzz guitar, Rickenbacker jangle and psychedelic color engulf these 28 songs — and shout the 
    timeless garage message of The Marshmallow Overcoat. 

    You can hear the entire album for free, and also buy it at our Garage nation page: