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The Neanderthals / The Kaisers - The Neanderthals Meet The Kaisers download mp3 album
Performer:
The Neanderthals
Album:
The Neanderthals Meet The Kaisers
Released:
1996
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1487 mb
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1789 mb
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The Kaisers were a Scottish beat/garage rock group, known for their masterful replication of the sights and sounds of the British beat boom of the early '60s, right down to their throwback album covers and merchandise. Their music, a potent mix of classic rock 'n' roll covers and originals, was intentionally subjected to the technological limitations of the '60s, being recorded live in the studio with an absolute minimum of overdubs and mixed in monaural sound.

The Kaisers - Twist With The Kaisers (LP, Album, Mono). 1,000 Fans! As promised, a special surprise for all the boys and girls in Kaiserland – an audio clip from The Kaisers’ very first rehearsal session (June 22, 1992). A raw and rousing cover of the Chuck Berry classic, Too Much Monkey Business. Kaiser Johnny found this gem while cleaning out his archives. Who knows what else he might find?

The Neanderthals are four numbskulls who claim to be real Cavemen! They dress up in leopard skin furs and play silly looking longhorn guitars to get their trashy sound. When asked to describe their "music" one dimwitted member explained "Duh,I dunno it's just rock'n'roll. I Go Ape. The Modern Stone-Age Family.

Album · 1996 · 18 Songs. Laika & The Cosmonauts.

The Kaisers were a Scottish beat band formed in 1992 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The band recorded several albums and singles under a number of record labels, including No-Hit Records, Bedrock Records, Wild Wild Records and Get Hip Records. Their final album, Shake Me! was released under Get Hip Records. Former members have been associated with The Bristols and Janey And The Ravemen since the disbanding of the group.

Neanderthals: Meet Your Ancestors Series 1 According to recent science the Neanderthals are not the knuckle-dragging apemen of popular imagination. In fact they are our distant ancestors. About 2% of the DNA of most people is of Neanderthal origin – and it continues to affect us today. Part 1: This first programme in a two-part series investigates what Neanderthals looked like and how they lived in their Ice Age world. It turns out that almost everything we thought we knew about them is wrong.

The Neanderthals are four numbskulls who claim to be real Cavemen! They dress up in leopard skin furs and play silly looking longhorn guitars to get their trashy sound. No poetic introspection.

Tracklist

A1 The Neanderthals Werewolf From Outer Space
A2 The Neanderthals Ooh My Soul
B1 The Kaisers Don't Come Back
B2 The Kaisers Peanut Butter

Credits

  • Bass [Uncredited] – Cheese Blotto (tracks: A1, A2), Matt Curtis (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Drums [Uncredited] – Brian Nevill (tracks: A1, A2), Johnny Maben (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Guitar [Uncredited] – Eddie Angel (tracks: A1, A2), George Miller (tracks: B1, B2), Matt Armstrong (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Vocals [Uncredited] – Johnny Rabb (tracks: A1, A2)

Notes

Split EP
Live On Stage at CBGB's, New York City.
Live Recording from their 1995 US Tour.