Lets Get High - The Fleshtones - Hitsburg USA! (Vinyl, LP)

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  • "Hitsburg Revisited" (the sequel to 's "Hitsburg") is one of their more party-oriented albums, as it contains revved-up covers of vintage R'n'Roll and R&B artists that influenced their sound. Most of the songs, even those by famous artists, are relatively unknown (the mark of a good covers album) and originate from the 50's or early 60's.
  • The Fleshtones’ pursuit of party nirvana continued on Fleshtones vs. Reality. The results are uneven, though the high points are sublime: the snarling prehistoric Kinks guitars of “Way Up Here,” the raise-the-dead soul fervor of “Whatever Makes You Happy,” a swift remake of Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose’s “Treat Her Like a.
  • The Fleshtones have another new album out,”Budget Buster” (Oct ) [LP/MP3 (YepRoc)], a compilation of all their b-sides and rarities they’ve put out over the last ten years, many of which are out-of-print and difficult to find, plus two tracks that have never seen the light of day!
  • Mar 03,  · Ken Fox & Knock Yourself Out. I’m kind of embarrassed. Until I heard Ken Fox’s new EP, I hadn’t realized that my favorite Fleshtones songs were written by someone other than the band’s high profile front men, Keith Streng and Peter akikuscofymdagdathis.xyzinfo a slightly different treatment, Ken and his new band have given these previously recorded songs a new life.

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