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Billy Vol. 1

(Reverend Horton Heat, Big Sandy, Nekromantix, Wayne Hancock, Demented Are Go, Frantic Flintstones)

HepCat 613

Released on September 3, 2002

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The world's premier Rockabilly and Psychobilly CD, featuring Reverend Horton Heat, Big Sandy, Nekromantix, Wayne Hancock, Demented Are Go, Go Cat Go, Josie Kreuzer, Deke Dickerson, Marti Brom, Big Sandy And The Fly-Rite Trio and lots more. 21 mostly unreleased tracks, extensive liner notes and photos!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 10 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Reverend Horton Heat -Loco Gringos's Like To Party  8%
2 Big Sandy And The Fly-Rite Trio -Steady Baby  0%
3 Wayne Hancock -Life's Lonesome Road  3%
4 Nekromantix -Alice In Psycholand Voted #2  13%
5 James Intveld -Cryin' Over You  4%
6 Marti Brom -Eat My Words  3%
7 Three Bad Jacks -Hellbound Train Voted #3  11%
8 Demented Are Go -Rubber Rock  11%
9 Dusty 45s -Bumble Bee  5%
10 Cave Catt Sammy -Bottle On The Beach  0%
11 Restless -Bottle On The Beach  3%
12 Quakes -I Don't Come From Nowhere Voted #1  16%
13 Josie Kreuzer -Lucky & Wild  1%
14 Frantic Flintstones -Bedrock  3%
15 Flea Bops -Hearts On Fire  0%
16 Blue Moon Boys -Let Me In  3%
17 Os Catalepticos -Hearse Driver  11%
18 Big Six -Dixie Peach  3%
19 Ramblin' James & The Billyboppers -Which Way The Wind Blows  0%
20 Go Cat Go -Please Mama Please  4%
21 Deke Dickerson -T.J. Tuck N Roll  3%
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Robert from Commerce, CA 
Dec 3 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

honestly, all you guys can suck it. this cd kicks fucking ass!! if you have passion for music like this..this is a must have.Thanks interpunk for having nothing but the best!

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Geo from Anaheim, CA 
Jul 18 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this is a great cd for those who are new to the rockabilly /psychobilly life style whithout rockabilly their would be no psychobilly so this cd has alot of rockabilly and its great

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Dave from Lakeview, OR 
Jan 14 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

mmmmm orgasmic... I loved this album even though it had no tiger army... even in their absence this CD rules! Mucho recomended for the psycho kid.

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Brandon from Wildomar, CA 
Dec 9 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

i didnt really like it. not exactly my style, but i buy these to find more bands i like, but i dont think i found any i liked i hadent already hered. so, not so good to me.

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Scott from West Jordan, UT 
Oct 25 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Some good tracks - I wouldn't recommend it though if you don't like old-fashioned rockabilly. I was expecting some more psychobilly. This CD did introduce me to Os Catalepticos, a kick-ass psycho band.

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Tim from West Milford, NJ 
Feb 25 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I bought this album hoping to find some new psychobilly bands but mostly rockabilly bands. If your a fan of rockabilly definitly buy this album. Don't look at bands like Nekromantix and Demented Are Go, and hope for a hard, fast psychobilly album, cause you're not gunna get it. Dont get me wrong Nekromantix are my favorite band and Demented Are Go are fucking awesome, but this is a more rockabilly CD. Like the songs Please Mama Please by Go Cat Go, Sticky Fingers by Cave Catt Sammy, Steady Baby by Big sandy and the fly-rite trio, and Dixie Peach by Big Six, are songs that reflect 50's rockabilly. So if you love the great sounds of original rockabilly and some great psychbilly, buy this. And for fucks sake it's only 5 bucks.

Later

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Christopher from White Plains, MD 
Dec 17 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This comp wasn't bad, but not entirely what I was expecting. Seeing Reverend Horton Heat and Demented Are Go listed, I expected a more harder edged rockabilly or psychobilly selection. It has that, but there are also quite a few "older" sounding rockabilly songs, like 50's era rockabilly. And don't get me wrong, all rockabilly is good to me and those songs are fine too, but not grouped with the aforementioned bands. So if the Rev or DAG are where you're rockabilly tastes lie, I would select a different comp. If, by chance, you're looking for an introduction on any and all forms of this particular brand of music, then this would be a most excellent choice. I'm only giving 3 stars because when I ordered it, like I said, I was looking for the harder stuff.

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Chris from Finchville, KY 
Feb 8 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

THIS CD IS PRETTY AWESOME. FOR THE ROCKABILLY KID IN ALL OF US. MOST OF THE CD IS ROCKABILLY. MOST OF THE CD IS ROCKABILLY. LIKE 4 OR 5 PSYCHOBILLY SONGS. ITS SLOWER AND JUST GOOD FOR ANY MOOD. VERY NICE CD. IT MAKES YOU WANT TO JUMP BACK TO THE 50'S AND ROCK OUT!! I GAVE IT 4 STARS BECAUSE A 5 IS RARE IN MY BOOK.

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Chris from Boaz, AL 
Sep 22 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I ordered this expecting the groups to sound similar to Reverend Horton Heat. Well, most of the groups on this CD focus heavily on the "billy" and rarely touch the "rock" portion of the genre. Still, I can't pick out many songs on this album that I feel someone needs to die for creating. If you want something lively and fairly hard, look elsewhere. Doesn't suite my tastes very well, but I can't bring myself to deem it as godawful.

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Tony from Chicago, IL 
Sep 15 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This comp really disappointed me. I was looking to find some new psycho/rockibilly stuff and all I got was mediocrity. Even the Reverend Horton Heat and Nekromantix tracks are pretty weak. The Quakes put up a good showing but the rest of this CD is pretty useless.

-TONY-

 
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