SONS OF YMA
A COLLECTION OF PERUVIAN GARAGE AND INSTRUMENTAL BANDS FROM THE 60's
This garage comp is AMAZING! There are 17 Ultra-Rare tracks from the 1960's, all produced and recorded in PERU. The teen-angst & garage punk attitude is universal, as you will hear on these boss fuzz tone & farfisa organ laced selections. Some songs are done to fit the Spanish language, such as killer versions of "King Of The Surf", the Trashmen & Astronauts classics done here by Los Doltons as "Vision De Otono"; or the ? And The Mysterians song "I Need Somebody", done here by Los Drags as "Necesito Alguien"; The Kinks "I Need You" as "Pregunto" by Los Darts; and Paul Revere & The Raiders "Just Like Me" by Los Yorks as "Justo A Mi Gusto". The hit song "Boney Maronie" is worked up as "Popotitos 69" by Los Datsun's. Garage classics like "Universal Vagrant", originally by The Merry Dragons, were released in Peru as "Tirando Dedo" by Los Shains; and the rare Standells track "What Have I Got Of My Own" came out as "Don Nadie Soy" by The Same People. Also included in Spanish are "La Ventana" by Los Doltons; "Solo Estoy" by Los Yorks; and "Demolicion" by Los Saicos, obviously inspired by The Novas version of "The Crusher". A couple of songs are done in English as well. "Come On" by Los Saicos; "Destruction", an original by Traffic Sound; and "No, No, No, No" by Los Shains, a cover of the equally obscure group United Empire Loyalists from Vancouver, Canada. Instrumental pounders include the classic "Apache 66" done here by Los Shains; "Sueno Sicodelico" by Los Holy; plus "Past Verde" and "Angel" by The Golden Stars. This hard to find killer collection of Peruvian Garage Band Greats will have you gasping for air. This copy is unplayed STILL FACTORY SEALED!
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