Swamp Rats- Disco Still Sucks! CD. If you're a die-hard rock n roll fan you'll really enjoy this collection of amped up garage rock songs originally recorded in 1966-1967. The Swamp Rats' raunchy, fuzzed-out, Sonics-influenced rendition of "Louie Louie" sung by drummer Dave Gannon is one of the better versions of this standard. Their frenzied rendition of the Sonics' "Psycho" (included on Back from the Grave, Vol. 1) featuring Bob Hocko's out of control screaming vocals and a backwards tape loop ending, is even wilder! And tracks such as their innocent-sounding cover of the Beatles' ballad "Here, There and Everywhere" featuring lead vocals by bassist Paul Shalako demonstrate that the band could do more than sneering fuzz-punk. The CD also includes a few originals like "I'm Going Home" and "Hey Freak" that both hold up really well. The latter song is highly recommended to fans of '60s garage punk at its most intense. The album also includes a booklet with extensive liner notes and band photos.