R.I.P. Favorite Tunes Friday

I’ve decided to kill off Friday Tunes Friday……even though it was nice, but well it just wasn’t me.

I now bring you the Transdimensional Space Goat:

This is how I feel when I hear music……it just helps me escape from everyday life/problems.

When I was younger I would just sit in my room put on music and blast off.

Let’s get to it then this is 3 AM UFO Blues Tapes all I can find out about this “band” is that it’s a one man band from Peru….this is Can’t Stand, and this is perfect for the birth of the Transdimensional Space Goat. Ignition in 3….2….1:

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The return of Favorite Tunes Friday

Well I went back and seen what the last song/band was when I departed, so here is the continuation:

This here is 3 Speed Automatic they hailed from Germany, and like most of my FTF’s not much info about these bands. This are a stoner/hard rock band. Very groovy imo. Give it a listen and have a great Friday.

3 Speed Automatic “Hit Me”

Favorite Tunes Friday

After a weeks hiatus it’s back……I just forgot and lost the track of time with the holiday and all, so let’s get right to it shall we?

Next CD is 86 MENTALITY another obscure band apparently, not much is known about them they only released 1 album and 1 EP which surprisingly wasn’t even mentioned in the allmusic.com website and the only thing I have by them….so sorry about the non biography.

This song is actually on the EP and the full length album titled FINAL EXIT, so for your listening enjoyment here is RED BLOOD VIOLENCE by 86 MENTALITY

FAVORITE TUNES FRIDAY

Ok, so I took a week off sue me, still no dddddddd double shot.

Today is a good day to be a male and reading my blog heh, for I give you

54 NUDE HONEYS this is an ALL GIRL Japanese punk band……oh yes!

Enjoy, this is a live video from the now defunct & world famous CBGB’s

Favorite Tunes Friday

Happy fookin Friday everyone!

Up next on my cd collection countdown is

7 SECONDS

Here is their bio from Allmusic.com

Formed in the early ’80s, the hardcore punk band 7 Seconds has been among the longest lived of any group from the first wave of Cali punk (forming in Reno, NV, and eventually relocating to Sacramento), though frontman Kevin Seconds has proved to be the only consistent member; changes during the mid-’80s moved guitarist Bobby Adams, drummer Troy Mowat, and bassist Steve Youth (Seconds‘ brother) into the lineup. The group released several 7″ singles just after forming, and Seconds signed the band to the Better Youth Organization label by 1982. The three LPs released on BYO culminated in 7 Seconds‘ most authoritative album, Walk Together, Rock Together. Signed to Restless in the late ’80s, 7 Seconds delivered Soulforce Revolution and Ourselves before moving again, to Headhunter. The band released three albums for Headhunter, but signed with their first major label, Epic, in 1995. The Music, the Message was 7 Seconds‘ first Epic LP, released in 1995. By 1999’s Good to Go, however, the band was back on the indie front, now releasing material through the Side 1 label. In mid-2000, they released Scream Real Loud, followed five years later by their 13th LP, Take It Back, Take It On, Take It Over! Throughout the group’s career, Seconds has maintained several side projects, including Drop Acid, Five Feet Ten Inches, and Mustard. He also released several solo efforts starting in the ’90s, including a 2002 split acoustic album on Asian Man alongside Alkaline Trio‘s Matt Skiba.

And here is some old school punk rock! If you don’t like it, don’t worry it’s less than 3 mins….hey it’s punk rock they are short songs.

YOUNG TIL I DIE (great motto eh?)