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6 thoughts on “ Rock And Roll Baby - Fleshtones* - Hitsburg Revisited

  1. Dec 05,  · "Hitsburg Revisited" (the sequel to 's "Hitsburg") is one of their more party-oriented albums, as it contains revved-up covers of vintage R'n'Roll and R&B artists that influenced their sound. Most of the songs, even those by famous artists, are relatively unknown (the mark of a good covers album) and originate from the 50's or early 60's.
  2. Track new releases from The Fleshtones. Similar Artists: Lime Spiders Lyres The Barracudas The Fuzztones The Stems Often tagged as garage-rock revivalists, the Fleshtones mix the fuzz-guitar and Farfisa organ sounds of that genre with rockabilly, '50s and '60s R&B, and surf into a potent retro stew the group likes to call "Super Rock.".
  3. The Fleshtones are one of the best examples of a band that managed to recycle a sound of the past for a newer generation. They did so by filtering the early rock'n'roll sound from the 50s and 60s through the punk approach of their time; thus forging songs that somehow sounded more current and involving than most of the "new" music of the 80s.
  4. The Fleshtones('s) Album Hitsburg Revisited. Listen to all tracks of Hitsburg Revisited for free. The Fleshtones('s) Album Hitsburg Revisited. Listen to all tracks of Hitsburg Revisited for free. My CLiGGO; Start - CLiGGO MUSIC; Rock And Roll Baby - The Fleshtones +.
  5. Hitsburg Revisited () Rock and Roll Baby Comin' Home Baby Don't Stop Now Take My Love Little Lou Going Down to Tia Juana Find Somebody Tribute to Hank Ballard Voodoo Voodoo Tearing Me Apart lyrics Soul City Keelee's Twist I'm Over Twenty Five.
  6. All's right on the Fleshtones front. (Forever Fleshtones is the identical album with the front and back cover artwork flopped and the first song likewise shifted to the caboose position.) Laboratory of Sound, however, is one experiment the Fleshtones probably shouldn't have tried. It's tempting to blame the letdown on "engineer" Steve Albini.

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