Posts Tagged ‘ Count Orlock ’

Scam

Oct 6th, 2015 | By
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Scam – Gamblin’ Fever Count Orlock Pirates And Thieves – Captain Caveman – Magic Bus – Searching -. Hangover – Nutcrackers – Island Of Rock -. Somebody Tell Me – Losing Touch – Gamblin’ Fever – Dr. No – Ready, Willing And Able Scam released their debut album on Count Orlock in 1988, this first…

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Count Orlock records

Déc 21st, 2014 | By

A dutch label more or less connected to Batmobile (their drummer was involved in it). Note : B.O.C.K are vinyl releases (ep) R.O.C.K are vinyl releases (lp) C.O.C.k are cd releases F.O.C.k are videos Count Orlock also had a subsidiary label (Sonovabitch) exclusively dedicated to the Meteors and Paul Fenech. Batmobille – Bambooland/Kiss Me Now/Raw…

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Powerdog

Déc 12th, 2014 | By
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Country: Holland Genre: Neo-rockabilly / Psychobilly Wim Van Der Heiden – guitar, lead vocals Marcel Verbaas – upright bass Robert Van Driesten – drums In 1988 Marcel Verbaas and Wim Van Der Heiden met on the streets after not having seen each other for about 3 years. They both knew each other from Jailhouse, a…

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Scam

Déc 12th, 2014 | By
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Country: Holland – Genre: Psychobilly / Neo-rockabilly Marcel van den Berg: vocals,guitar Arie Versteeg: double bass Raymond Fitsch: drums   Scam, formed around 1986. They recorded their first demo in the winter of that same year which caught the attention of Eddie and Johnny of Count Orlock. In October 1988, they recorded « Gamblin’ Fever » their…

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Cavemen (the)

Juin 7th, 2014 | By
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The Cavemen – Stone Age Beat Count Orlock Records Living Dead – Haunted House – Silver Surfer – Stone Age Beat (Wilma) – Wilderella – Is It Over – The Car – Devils Road – Vampire – Indian Style – Jericho – One More Chance – Do Do Ta Ta – Don’t Need A Job…

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Crackle Rattle Bash

Juin 1st, 2014 | By
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Crackle Rattle Bash started around 1986 when Kay Kesting and Aris de Vries performed in a squater’s building in Arnhem (Holland). Kay played his T-bass and Aris played guitar and sang. Afterwards they regularly played the streets of Amsterdam and one day Richard Weydert passed by and joined them on washboard. Much later they were asked to…

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