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Royal Hangmen- Hell Yeah 7” ~SHADOWS OF KNIGHT!

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Royal Hangmen- Hell Yeah 7”.  When you think about Swiss garage rock, you probably think about bands like The Sevens, Nightbirds, Come n’ Go and Bad Generation. But the newest band leading the pack, by far, are the Royal Hangmen. On their second 7” ‘Hell Yeah’, they dial up 4 searing covers of the 60s-styled garage rock bands that influenced them.  Spewing with fuzzed-out guitars, thumping drums and a liberating Hammond organ, they do a pretty good job of capturing the sounds of ‘65 and ‘66, mainly through bands like the Shadows of Knight and early Stones as well as the bands they influenced like the Miracle Workers, Chesterfield Kings, Cynics and the Crimson Shadows.  Import from Germany.

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