Saturday, February 24, 2007

Back again

First up is an early hard rockin' Aussie band by request. I guest this was posted elsewhere awhile ago and there is plenty of info on these guys on the net. So I won't bother repeating it here. Great album from Buffalo, Only Want You For Your Body from 1974. Oh, and I'm back to megaupload and deposit files too. Too many deletions on rapidshare (as usual).

And more Canuck stuff with the great Hammersmith's LP It's For You. And to whoever requested this one, it's for him too. This is one of many albums I have for sale. Maybe I will list them here if anyone is interested.

Here is the 2nd Nutz album Nutz Too. Yet another request.

And I finally got off my ass and hooked my turntable back up again, so tomorrow I should have some more shitty vinyl rips (according to my biggest fan Mr. Fuck You who still sends me lots of enjoyable comments that I won't bore everyone by posting because they are all the same). And to the person(s) that keep reminding I missed that track on the Simon Stokes album, that is first on my list!!

Tomorrow will also feature a ton of great albums from the Nordic twilight. Lots of Head East, Russ Ballard, April Wine and some surprises!


Residentevil2 said...

Great to see you back with some jems. Keep the Nutz Coming. LOL and all the surpises very much appreciated.

Boboviking said...

Thanx for the Hammersmith one!!!!
If you ever come across the other album they made and the Phoenix album mentioned earlier this week
think of me:-) pleeeease. thanx a million again,
you´re the man

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the Hammersmith! Their self-titled first LP would be great! Excellent blog!

Anonymous said...

Dont give up man!You are too good for that!Best and warmest wishes from Greece.

Barry said...

One more request: I was wondering if you (or walknthebass) had Cruiser's debut album "Rollin' With the Times" (1980). They were from Montreal, Canada, featuring original April Wine drummer Richie Henman.
The music was a odd mix of 70's pomp/AOR and 80's new wave.

Would love to hear that one again. (Might be a tough find though.)
Anyway, keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this great Buffalo request fill. Album sounds great!

Winslow Leach said...

Thanks for uploading these Nutz albums - I've been wanting to hear them ever since I read about them in Martin Popoff's 1970's Heavy Metal guide.

Any chance you could reup the first Nutz album on Megaupload? Some Nazi douchebag killed the Rapidshare link.

Time Traveller said...

I will see what I can do on the Nutz LP.

I have been on the lookout for the other Hammersmith for years. And as for the Crusier, never heard of it, but I will add to my list of things to watch for!

Sam Leyja said...

Thanks for all the great stuff! Keep up the good work.

JavyMetal said...

Nutz rule!!!!!!!
What about Holland "Early warning" and Hammer "Contract with hell"? Could you upload these two albums?


Anonymous said...

Hi is there any chance of having tha Axe Living on the Edge link updating.

Cheers thanx for your efforts!

scrubb said...

I think you have some great classic music and the quality is great as well. So tell Mr. Fuck You to go home to mommy and stay off the internet until he knows how much time and effort it takes to do what you do.