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  1. Mar 14,  · back from the grave vol 1- 10 So where to begin, I know very little about this series I basically stumbled across the recently released Vol 9 & 10 of this series whilst looking for other stuff on a new albums download website on the cover of the album it had the tagline "RAW BLASTING MID 60's PUNK" on the cover and my curiosity was piqued and i Author: Dave Ballantyne.
  2. Watch the video for Baby Get Lost from Elysian Fields's Dreams That Breathe Your Name for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Baby Get Lost Hold out for the day You beg me to stay How common of me Not to rise above And I try to deny This gauzy reverie Baby get lost Baby get.
  3. Back from the Grave, Volume 10, released on LP in , is the tenth and to this date latest installment in the Back from the Grave series of garage rock compilations. As indicated in the subheading which reads "Snarling Snotty Mid 60s Teenage Garage Punk Hoot!," this collection consists of many songs which display the rawer and more aggressive side of the genre and are often characterized by Genre: Garage rock, protopunk.
  4. Mar 09,  · That's the only way to describe this, the eighth entry (although it's only the fifth to be released on compact disc, since the first seven volumes were shoehorned onto four CDs) in Crypt Records' Back From The Grave series of garage-rock comps. Originally released as a song double LP back in (four songs have been omitted for the CD issue.5/5(9).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipack CD release of Back From The Grave Volumes 5 & 6 on Discogs.5/5(3).
  6. Lyrics to 'Baby Get Lost' by Queen Latifah. (Leonard Feather) [This song was a hit for Dinah Washington in and was also covered by Billie Holiday] Well good morning baby welcome back to town How'd, fine papa, welcome back to town.
  7. Back from the Grave, Volume 1 (CD), is the first installment in the Back from the Grave compact disc-exclusive series of garage rock compilations put together by Tim Warren of Crypt hardcore.samulrajasflamehuntersindragon.infoinfo was released on August 23, Its track listing differs from that of the LP version, which is part of the Back From the Grave LP-edition series, also on hardcore.samulrajasflamehuntersindragon.infoinfo: Garage rock, protopunk.
  8. AllMusic Review by Heather Phares Crypt Records' Back From the Grave, Vol. 1 unearths tracks from some of the '60s most obscure garage rockers, including brilliantly named combos like the Monacles, the One Way Streets, the Canadian Rogues, and the Alarm Clocks.9/
  9. Apr 22,  · The new remastered Back From The Grave CDs (5 CDs called Volume 1&2, 3&4, 5&6, 7 & 8) have 18 songs, that the original CDs (5 CDs called Volume 1,2,3,4 & 8 (5,6 & 7 don't exist)) don't have. And the CDs have 12 songs that the CDs don't have. All the other songs are the same, but the running order has been changed.5/5(5).
  10. Back from the Grave, Volume 8 (CD), is numerically, though not chronologically, the fifth installment on campact disc in the Back from the Grave series of garage rock compilations assembled by Tim Warren of Crypt Records. It was released on August 26,Genre: Garage rock, protopunk.

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