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Martin & The Brownshirts- Taxi Driver 7" ~REISSUE!

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Martin & The Brownshirts- Taxi Driver 7".  This is a classic work of insane genius. Martin and the Brownshirts were from Chester, UK and really came at the punk thing with a pretty skewered sense of humour. The A-Side of this single is based off the movie Taxi Driver with singer Norman Graveney playing the role of Travis Bickle and repeating over and over again “you talkin’ to me?”. The riff is this great, jittery punk thing and the whole song is just so stupid and brilliant at the same time. It’s what punk rock should be. You just have to appreciate it. A must have rissues of this legendary UK Punk Rock killer that originally came out on the highly collective Lightning Records label in 1978. This official reissue features the rare Belgian version of the picture sleeve.

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Los Angeles' the Streetwalkin' Cheetahs spew a raw, undistilled slab of sweet ‘n nasty sonic tonic on their 7th studio album 'One More Drink'. The Cheetahs reignite the raw Detroit sounds of the the Stooges and fellow down under countrymen Radio Birdman blasting through 11 red-hot tracks of over-amplified nihilism showing even further dexterity in the world of thick riffs and song writing versatility. ‘One More Drink’ sounds like the good kind of mid 70’s pre-punk Riff 'n Roll record hopped-up on a heavy dose of classic 80's, white lightnin’ radio Rock. They mix an absolutely perfect Rock 'n Roll cocktail here...