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The Peanut Butter Conspiracy - [1967] - Is Spreading

kaleidoscopic-tambourines: “Artist: The Peanut Butter Conspiracy Album: Is Spreading Year: 1967 Genre: Psychedelic Pop/rock, Male & Female fronted The Peanut Butter Conspiracy started out as a band.

Psychedelic Rock, Rock Music, Power Pop, Indie Pop, British Invasion, The Creation, Rockabilly, Wax, Surf

Nazz - Hello It’s Me (Very Rare Single w. Picture Sleeve US 1968)  Early Todd Rundgren-68

Nazz - Hello It’s Me (Very Rare Single w. Picture Sleeve US 1968) Early Todd Rundgren-68

The Monks in front of the Top Ten Club in Hamburg, Germany  Third Man Records have announced an amazing upcoming release: Five tracks recorded by fabled mid-60s avant-garage punks The Monks (often stylized as just ‘monks’) around the same time as their final single “Love Can Tame The Wild” in early 1967. The lead-off number “I’m Watching You” gets its world premiere here today, courtesy of the label.  The other four tracks on the Hamburg Recordings, 1967 EP were laid down at a studio…

The Monks: Hear a recently rediscovered song by the avant-garage punk legends!

Count Five - Psychotic Reaction  One of the punkest songs ever recorded, hands down. 1966 was a great year for garage. Cool capes too

Count Five - Psychotic Reaction One of the punkest songs ever recorded, hands down. 1966 was a great year for garage.

The Other Half

The Other Half - an excellent garage band from LA which included Michael Stuart on drums who would later join Love.

Cover photo of Minneapolis surf rockers The Trashmen from their Bird Dance Beat album, their follow-up to Surfin’ Bird. Steve Wahrer (front) was responsible for the raspy vocal on Surfin’ Bird

The Trashmen. Surfin' Bird was their claim to fame! Ramones did a bitchin' cover too.

Back From The Grave - Crypt Records.  My favorite series of 60's garage rock!

Back From The Grave - Crypt Records. My favorite series of garage rock!