Genre: Garagepunk
Label: Voodoo Rhythm
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Artikelnummer: 019403 Release Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2023


Super Killer Debut Album Re-Issue from Switzerland’s most Notorious Psychedelic Punk Band, Strictly Home Recorded on Smokey Sundays and hangover Mondays between 1995 and 1996

in their Teens they admired Spacemen3 and these days they are produced by Spiritualized Deren Tony „Doggen“ Foster, but this here is a RE-RELEASE from their 1st 10“ Vinyl release on Voodoo Rhythm records back in 1996, 1 year before their Debut Album, Roy and The DMC was the 1st not Beat-Man band on the Label and they continue releasing for the label since then.
You have to notice, back then in 1996 it the peak of TECHNO/TRANCE MUSIC and MTV Mainstream Music, there was no place for music like that, and we think today that album fits much better, its a weird time we live in and it needs weird music and It’s an album full of teenage weirdness optimistic mood power forced by the Punk Power of the MID 70’S and spaced out sounds of the 1969 BRITISH PSYCHEDELIC AREA… Recorded by the band itself, at the Roy Home Studios on real tape to tape, to another tape and to another tape, than true a telephone and to another tape, then blasting everything up .. that’s what made the bands music famous worldwide… these amazing recordings, stuff you can’t do with a computer today, truly handmade, music from the beginning to the end, so please welcome one of the 3 Swiss Mountain Brothers and the Drummer Roy and the Devil’s Motorcycle


01. Good Morning Blues
02. Lay In The Sun
03. Candy Train
04. Trying to get to you
05. Six Feet Off The Ground