Give Daddy the Knife.. [VINYL] Import
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Actually saw them perform as Naz Nomad & The Nightmares back in '88 at the Forum in London. Can't remember much as I slept through most of their set; I was on a mega acid comedown and the Street of Dreams was calling, but man what lullabies to soothe me into my slumber...
As another reviewer said, this is very tongue-in-cheek - something the Damned had in common with their contemporaries, Dr & The Medics, with whom the Damned performed not only as Naz but also as The Spooks (please someone release A Pretty Smart Way To Catch A Lobster on CD!) - and yet, it's so listenable. Plenty of nods to the MC5 and Chocolate Watch Band, throw in a bit of The Seeds and away you go.
Still as enjoyable as when I first nodded my trippy head to it 20 years ago, this is one of the best buys I've made this year.
This record will satisfy the Damned fan and the 60's garage-punker, too.
A perfect record for a wild party with stroboscopic lights, 45's farfisa singles and your old hush-puppy boots!
A great and fun album, which proved what a great bunch of musicians they really were. Buy it. Now.
if you like heavy sixties garage and psyche,then the damned have got a treat for you,you would never know it was an eighties goth rock band doing this stuff,get your drainpipes and beatleboots out,its time to party.
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A bit of a wheeze this, the Damned playing in a sixties style at the time they were recording the Black Album. Read morePublished on 27 April 2010 by D. Parkin
Sounds as great as I remember it. The Damned doing 60's garage punk. Obscure covers and a couple of originals that show what great musicians they are.Published on 30 May 2009 by Clashcity Rocker