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Hipsters Vol 3 – A Third Collection Of Contemporoary Mod & Garage Bands

CD (Item 613795) Acid Jazz (UK), 2012 — Condition: New Copy
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Contemporary mod and garage – and Vol 3 in the series from Acid Jazz – the longstanding UK label that's been generating new enthusiasm for 60s styled stormers since it's inception! The UK scene is pretty well represented here, which is right and natural given the mid 60s Brit inspiration – but there's a global reach, too – with combos from Liverpool, to NYC to Moscow! A riveting batch of tunes, rooted in the mid-to-late 60s style, though done with contemporary relevence. Includes "Out Of Control" by The Riots, "You've Become A Witch" by The Electric Mess, "Gonna Find You" by Snakeman 3, "Perfect Crime" by Wet Dog, "Life Stranger" by The Feathers, "Simple Man" by Cryssis, "Ultra-Violence" by Supernovas, "Robin You Lie To Me" by Houdini Dax and more.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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