Ten 7"es featuring soul, R&B and garage from the Rampart, Faro, Gordo and Linda labels, established by Eddie Davis in East Los Angeles. 20 tracks recorded between 1963 and 1971. Includes a 16-page illustrated booklet. Learn More
East Coast raucous racket from this New York combo. ‘Rockin’ Rochester’ is a peddle to the metal ‘in the red’ blastin’ vocal rocker and the crazy instrumental flip ‘Lemon Lime’ would give Link a run for his money. Both sides were both Desperate Rock’N’Roll classics! Reissued for the first time on it’s original label. Learn More
The complete, unedited version of the compilation, mastered from the original tape compiled by Lux Interior of the Cramps. Includes unlisted radio clips of horror movies and other advertisements between songs. Limited edition of 1.000 copies. Learn More
The soundtrack of the J. MICHAEL MCCARTHY movie reissued on Chaputa. Featuring The Makers, Jack Oblivian, Guitar Wolf, Greg Oblivian, Mick Colins, The Drags, The Royal Pendletons, '68 Comeback, Gasoline and more... Learn More
Strictly limited to 500 copies and offering tunes the Mods cherished in the early 60's: Rhythm & Blues, Hammond Jazz, raw electric Blues from labels like Chess and Excello and something that mutated into Soul in the years to come. Learn More
During the period 1966-1970 two incarnations of Tom Thumb, a band from Wellington, New Zealand, cut eight singles and a prog rock EP. This LP collects 17 of those tracks, features rare photos and is limited to 500 copies in stickered resealable PVC outer bag, with insert. Learn More
Stormin’ in from the West Coast is this dance floor filling Chicano Rocker from the ever reliable Tony Casanova – infamous for his wild Dore double decker ‘ Boogie Woogie Feelin’ b/w ‘Showdown’. The flip ’The Grave’ is a killer moody death song.
The fourth volume collects a further eighteen ultrarare hillbilly 45rpm 7-inch sides, originally recorded for long-lost independent record labels. Limited to 500 copies. Introduction and liner notes by Mack Stevens. Short story by Avery Powell. Artwork and hand-lettering by Olaf Jens. Learn More