The Devils Jukebox CD Album
20 Track Compilation
The Devils Jukebox - A 20 track compilation of mid-90s UK Psychobilly, Punk, Rockabilly and Garage Bands. Comes in clear-wrapped jewel case with booklet.
- Lost Souls: Schoolhood Daze
- Dawg house: Boneshaker
- The Hangmen: Last Man In Space
- Phantom Cowboys: The Fear Is Real
- Lunkheads: Betcha Gonna Like It
- Space Frogs: Skin Thing
- Hyperjax: Boys Will Be Boys
- Cryptkickers: Cruise To Hell City
- Roadrunners: I Can Tell
- Lost Souls: Shiny Car
- Dawg House: Rattlesnake Shake
- The Hangmen: Who's Been Sleeping In My Grave?
- Phantom Cowboys: Desert Nights
- Lunkheads: Chop Chop
- Space Frogs: Necrophilia
- Hyperjax: Get Out Of Here Baby
- Cryptkickers: Jump In The Grave
- Roadrunners: Hijack No.1
- Phantom Cowboys: The Reaper
- Lunkheads: Bone Ugly.
The two tracks from The Hangmen, The Last Man In Space and Who's Been Sleepin' In My Grave? are mid '90s recordings from the long defunct Last Train To Purgatory album. Cheap and cheerful recordings lashed together at a time when most live music scenes were dead in the water and only the braver bands struggled through. The bands all supplied their own recordings, Steve of The Space Frogs prepared the mastering and editing, Wayne Beauchamp of Dawg House sorted out the artwork.
From the time...
"A compilation of bands writing their own material, all totally out of step with & oblivious to current commercial tastes, and blatantly obvious that they don't give a shit about this in the slightest. This being the kind of thing that provokes cultural unrest within society is the kind of thing to encourage right now. The fact that the attitude behind this music is 1000% cooler than the contrived over-exposed darlings of the music industry merits attention. The Lost Souls display their earliest knack for Psychobilly in the form of unreleased demo's, DawgHouse add quirky neo-Rockabilly treatment, The Hangmen unleash their fire & brimstone Punk-Rockabilly. Wallow in the suave gothic-bop of the Phantom Cowboys, the Blues Stompin' Roadrunners tracks or the Hyperjax lifting Rockabilly recorded in true vintage fashion Finally you can slip in & out of your delirium to the revved-up slop of Th'Lunkheads, the sheer velocity of the Space Frogs or the Slap-Bass-Punk-Rockin' Cryptkickers offerings! As you join them in their couldn't-care-less response to trend & fashion, turn the volume right up, open the window & get your two-fingers right up in the air with both hands..."