Category: Psychedelic Rock

Shake Some Action - Various - Flicknife Records Punk Collection (CD)

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  1. For I will make you pay. Shake some action's what I need To let me bust out at full speed. I'm sure that's all you need To make it all right. If you don't dig what I say Then I will go away. And I won't come back this again. No. 'Cause I don't need a friend. Shake some action's what I need To let .
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  3. A latter-day formation of the Flamin' Groovies laid down this rock & roll anthem on its Dave Edmunds-produced album of the same name. The Groovies' minimal, roots-of-rock style fit right in with the stripped-down punk rock coming out of England at the time, though it was not meant to compete with the new, underground sound.
  4. A UK independent record label started in by Frenchy Gloder, it specialised in punk and Hawkwind solo projects. The label was taken over by Cherry Red in but re-opened by Frenchy Gloder in
  5. SHAKE SOME ACTION - RADIO SHOW - punk/rock/goth + radio show hosted by GARY FAHY from PUNKERAMA RECORDS-pretty much i play what i like from past to pr See More. Community See All. people like this. people follow this. About See All. Contact Shake Some Action on Messenger.
  6. Shake Some Action!. Seattle, Washington. “Shake Some Action! make sun-kissed Rickenbacker-rock that continues the tradition of the great power pop forbearers like the Kinks and Big Star, along with the jangle pop pioneers of the ‘80s like R.E.M. and the Feelies. Their sound takes their influences’ jangly past and brings it into a caffeinated now, with high energy records and performances.”.
  7. Shake Some Action! make sun-kissed Rickenbacker-rock that continues the tradition of the great power pop forbearers like the Kinks and Big Star, along with the jangle pop pioneers of the ‘80s like R.E.M. and the Feelies. The exclamation point amended to the name bears weight as well – their sound takes their influences’ jangly past and brings it into a caffeinated now, with high energy.
  8. The Shake Some Action series returns with the first two volumes of the long out of print Collection Of Powerpop, Mod & New Wave Rarities , out on vinyl for the first time! Each of the original CD's 24 tracks will now be split across two vinyl editions, featuring a dozen rare tracks on each, complete with a full color sleeve plus insert with extensive liner notes.5/5(1).
  9. In a contemporary review of Shake Some Action, Robert Christgau of The Village Voice felt that the Flamin' Groovies, deprived of Roy Loney and having remodelled themselves as "an English pop-revival band", now "get their kicks playing dumb", and that while the album contained good songs, "only cultists will ever hear them." In the United States, Shake Some Action reached number on the.