Informationen zum Artikel: 'Buzzsaw Joint' was born of a club offering Londoners the chance to revel in the sounds of good ol' trashy rock'n'roll in all its vintage vinyl forms. Cut number three comes from Pavinyl, a gent whose ride is a decked-out disco-hearse that, in his words, "puts the fun back into funerals". Vowing to "keep music evil", his club night 'Mockers' has had the British market town of Stroud dancing for a decade. Here Pavinyl shares 18 exotic pearls, from the jungle to the orient, ancient Egypt to Native America. Hold on tight, it's quite a trip!
SIDE 1: 1. Phil Campos - Street Fight (Impact, 1960) 2. Glenn & Christy - Wombat Twist (Sonic, 1962) 3. Hi-Fives - Fujikami The Warrior (Hitt, 1961) 4. The Space Men - Martian Chant (Campus, 1959) 5. D.C. Washington - The Mohawk (Felsted, 1962) 6. The Fables - Cleopatra 30 B.C. (Elgo, 1962) 7. Lenny Troy - Chinese Junk (Wanderlust, 1959) 8. Honey & The Bees - Almost Eighteen (Pentagon, 1959) 9. The New Starts - Ali Baba's Tent (H. Gordon, 1961) SIDE 2: 1. The Jokers - Wing Ding (Drumfire, 1961) 2. Big Brown - Menin Aeide Thea (Palette, 1962) 3. Jack Franklin & The Rock-Its - Beat History (Ronko, 1961) 4. Buddy Bow - Twisting In The Jungle (Palette, 1962) 5. Eddie Hill - Monkey Business (University, 1959) 6. Ronny Goode - Totem Pole (Demon, 1960) 7. Lee Richards - Cha-Cha-Cha In Old Hong Kong (RCA Victor, 1955) 8. Marc Haven & The Aquarians - Hey Senorita (Villa-Yore, 1961) 9. Al Nathan - Days Are Numbered (Private Press, 1962)