Tranquillizers (neo-rockabilly)

tranquillizers-paranoia
Tranquillizers – Paranoia

Tranquillizers – Paranoia

Cat-Machine records  [1985]
Destroyed Illusions – Born to Love One Woman – Long Blonde Hair – Paranoia

Tranquillizers’ Paranoia is another one of this sharp and tight ep with super fast slap bass at the junction between neo-rockabilly and psychobilly and probably one of the very first of that genre in Netherland. Two originals and two covers (Don Johnston’s Born To Love One Woman and Johnny Powers’ Long Blonde Hair.)

Fred “Virgil” Turgis

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