Friday, January 29, 2010

De Kift - IJverzucht (1989) LP Vinyl-Rip

De Kift was formed in Holland in 1988.
This one here is their first album.
Great energy in their music, which reminds me of The Ex.

This was a promo album that contained a promo card(in the picture)

The band has a very cool website, check it out Here

A1 Code Het Alfabet
A2 Vlijt
A3 Staal Op Staal
A4 Nat & Stinkend Stroo
A5 Blind
A6 Sokke Met Gaten
B1 Dwars
B2 Ademnood
B3 Bokke Ze Neer
B4 Adrenaline Overdosis
B5 (Hartstikke) Gek
B6 De Passie VD Slager
B7 (Hou Je) Oren (Open)

Code Het Alfabet

Ripped from vinyl at 320 kbps

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Sylvain Sylvain - Sylvain Sylvain (1980) LP rip

It is often forgotten that Syl Sylvain co-wrote many of the New York Dolls' best songs, but he did. While this album will forever be compared to the classic first solo albums by Syl's fellow ex-Dolls, David Johansen and Johnny Thunders, this record is good enough to be judged on its own terms. The material here is strong, and it is more of a lighthearted '50s rock & roll affair than might have been expected. Two of the songs, "Teenage News" and "14th Street Beat," date back to the final days of the NY Dolls. These versions are fantastic and inevitably lead to singalongs. However, the real standout is "What's That Got to Do With Rock 'n' Roll?." It's an undeniable song, so much so that mainstream radio picked up on it at the time. The playing is really loose in a good way. Not sloppy by any means, but played, sung, and produced with an appreciation for what made rock & roll fun in the first place. (

Teenage News

Ripped from LP at 320 kbps