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Pebbles Volume 2 Various Hooligans


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  • Audio CD (12 Dec 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: AIP / Bomp
  • ASIN: B00002847L
  • Other Editions: Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 90,040 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Makin' Deals - Satans
2. 99th Floor - Moving Sidewalks
3. Feathered Fish - Sons Of Adam
4. Wah-Wah Peddle - The Electric Prunes
5. You Rub Me The Wrong Way - Road
6. So What - Lyrics
7. Lost Innocence - Buddhas
8. Bad Girl - Zakary Thaks
9. Green Fuz - Green Fuz
10. I Can Only Give You Everything - Little Boy Blues
11. She's Gone - Dovers
12. I Must run - The Frantics
13. What Am I Going To Do - Dovers
14. It's Cold Outside - Choir
15. Wine Wine Wine - Bobby Fuller
16. I'm Going Home - Choir
17. Be A Caveman - The Avengers
18. Don't Want Your Lovin' - Mark IV
19. She'll Lie - Satan
20. Freedom Of Love* - Undesyded
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i had not heard the album before i purchesed it and i purchesed it based on the strength of the The Avengers - Be a Caveman. when i first listened to it i wasn't that impressed but after a few listens i picked up on tracks 11-14 and ive been hooked on them, for me they are essential pebbles. it's also got the moving sidewalks - 99 floor which is a real classic, seriously pick this album up it's a real gem
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I have all the Pebbles CD's and if someone is looking for a place to start then this is it . 1 and 2 just hit the spot and help pacify those garage blues
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Jan 2001
Format: Audio CD
I have been looking for this since I was 16. I am now 34 This one is a classic garage punk album If you were going to have one of these great forgotten tombstones get this one!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A great second volume- even better than the first. 1 July 2007
By Laszlo Matyas - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The second volume of the Pebbles series serves up another round of forgotten rock n roll relics from the glory days of the 60s. This time around, the songs are among the very best in the entire series: The Zakary Thaks' "Bad Girl" is a double-time pounder whose sneering vocals and storming drums foreshadow the 70s punk explosion, while the Lyrics' "So What" is an absolutely ferocius tune with some blistering harmonica solos. The Satans' "Making Deals" is every bit as raunchy, mean-spirited, and brutally fun as the Rolling Stones at their best, and the Little Boy Blues' rendition of "I Can Only Give You Everything" threatens to burst at the seams with barely subdued sexuality. The Moving Sidewalks' "99th Floor" is a stomping, propulsive three-chord smasher, and the Road's "You Rub Me The Wrong Way" is a bleary-eyed frat-rocker that won't fail to get'cha dancing. The Green Fuz's "Green Fuz" is simply one of the greatest garage-rock songs of all time, a gruesome two-chord slopper that's every bit as catchy and addictive as it is deranged. On the poppier side of the spectrum, we have the Choir's rousing, bemused sing-along "It's Cold Outside," as well as a pre-"I Fought the Law" Bobby Fuller performing the convulsive party anthem "Wine Wine Wine." Phil & The Frantics do an ethereal, smokey, and subtle piece entitled "I Must Run," which features a twisting keyboard and some hushed vocals. And then there are the Dovers. Siply one of the most unfairly neglected rock groups ever, the Dovers were an incredible musical force. Their songs were uncanny, engrossing, and emotional, written and performed with a kind of flair that rivaled that of the most well-known musical acts of the day. The two Dovers tracks presented here are proof of that: "She's Gone," with its unique pop hooks and spiraling melody, could've (and should've) sat quite comfortably at the top of the charts. "What Am I Going to Do," meanwhile, is a genuine masterpiece, a spine-tingling rush of unchecked emotion whose power is nothing short of stunning. These are only some highlights of an excellent disc, one that should be in the collection of any fan of lesser-known rock n roll.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Definite improvement on VOL. 1 9 Jun 2004
By Casey Scott - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
PEBBLES VOL. 2, a direct port from the vinyl edition with 6 bonus tracks, is a notch above its predecessor; all the songs are great little gems of garage rock 60s-style, even though several of them have appeared in better-sounding form on the NUGGETS boxed set (The Lyrics' "So What", Zakary Thaks' "Bad Girl", The Dovers' "What Am I Gonna Do", The Choir's "It's Cold Outside").
Highlights include: The Satans' "Makin' Deals", The Moving Sidewalks' "99th Floor", The Buddhas' "Lost Innocence", Randy Alvey and the Green Fuzz' "Green Fuzz" (this sounds like it was pumped out in an actual garage, very grungy!), The Dovers' "She's Gone", Bobby Fuller's "Wine Wine Wine", The Choir's "I'm Going Home", and The Avengers' "Be a Caveman".
It's not as great as future volumes of the PEBBLES series would be, but it's still a fine collection of garage classics worth purchasing for the completist.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
'Pebbles, Volume 2: Original '60's Punk & Psych Classics' (AIP) Various Artists 26 May 2010
By Mike Reed - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Twenty-one track CD - volume 2 of the AIP label 'Pebbles' series. Do I really need to mention this is another must-own title? Tunes here that did the most for me are audio gems by the Moving Sidewalks (Billy Gibbon's pre-ZZ Top group), some out-take by the Electric Prunes I've never heard, the harmonica-driven Lyrics, Zakary Thaks (had some 7" singles out in 1966-67), not to mention some REAL super-obscure bands like Avengers, Quid, Choir, Phil & Frantics and the Buddy Holly-like Bobby Fuller. Does the go-go party in question ever end? Let's hope not. Highly recommended.
Psych, Garage and More 11 Mar 2014
By Nab8la - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is more diverse and engaging than a lot of the garage comps out there now. I get bored with a lot of them after a few songs, but this is curated with a great ear. By the end, you'll have an aurgasm.
Better than volume one 17 Oct 2012
By Lee Wrecker - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
The Pebbles series are collections of obscure 60's songs that have sadly been overlooked by critics and the music press in general. Volume one trawled up some stupendous psych-garage rarities but I think volume two is better. Why? Well, overall the production is slicker and there's not so much of the noticable record to record transfer that is evident on the first volume. The songs on this one are all very high grade and more importantly hang together well as a set, which makes the album easy to listen to. If you like 60's psych-garage rock and don't have these songs get a copy, you won't be disappointed.
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