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Collectors Corner! Classic 60s Collectors Garage Rock Single by Cave Dwellers For Sale"

Recorded in early 1967 at Chicago’s Universal Studios and swathed in horns and strings, the Cave Dwellers thought they’d locked their first hit down. Given just a few minutes to produce a b-side, the quintet spat out their primitive and theretofore-unheard “Run Around”. 1960s Garage Punk at it’s unconstituted finest, scorching past anything the radio ran in its day. Intending only to tear off something fast and easy, the Dwellers had achieved one of Chicago garage rock’s most ferocious moments. That original Jim-Ko single has been reproduced alongside two previously unissued rockers and housed in a glorious gatefold sleeve with copious notes and quotes from a confused newsman about the “longhair” invasion.

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Babyshambles Manchester Gig Ends In Chaos: Full Report"

Babyshambles Manchester gig ended in chaos as Pete Doherty lost it on stage in old school rock ‘n’ roll style.

The band whose recent album received a rave review on Louder Than War were a chaotic mess at the gig. A recent interview on Louder Than War made it sound like the band and their erratic yet brilliant frontman Pete Doherty had turned over a new leaf but the firth date on their current tour was a return to the old days.

 

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