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Weirdsville Beat Bonanza: The 188.8.131.52s + King Salami & The Cumberland 3 + The Masonics + Ricky C Quartet + The Slaugher House Kid + Fritz Buzzsaw + Eric Baconstrip + Psychotronic Sexploitation Movie Projections
This raunchy, cartoon character-like retro garage band from Tokyo boasts Quentin Tarantino as a fan. He ended up using the band in his film, both as soundtrack material and as special guest stars on Kill Bill Volume 1. They take their name from '50s, '60s, '70s and '80s music, the multifarious influences they squeeze into their sound and aesthetic presentation to kitschy effect.
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A Japanese person, a French person, a Caribbean person and a Spanish person got together to create this rhythm and blues party band. With a repertoire encompassing many of the greats of the ’50s and ’60s you won't be able to help but move your feet. The King howls like Screaming Jay Hawkins with Bo Diddley chasing his coat-tail. He never stops shakin' and twistin' and groovin' while the Cumberland 3 (former members of the Ulcers, Chinese Lungs and Parkinsons) play their own branded mix of vintage rockabilly desperate rock'n'roll and a bit of soul with fire, energy, gusto and fun!
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Purveyors of the finest UK Beat-Garage-Punk Rock'n'Roll nonsense since The Milkshakes. Classic garage-pop in a Medway style. An all star line-up featuring Mickey Hampshire (Milkshakes, Pop Rivets), Bruce Brand (The Kraven As, The Headcoats, The Buckets, Holly Golightly), John Gibb (The Kaisers, Wildebeests).
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