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Thee Pounders- Don’t Come Back 7” ~PIED PIPERS!

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Thee Pounders- Don’t Come Back 7”.  Thee Pounders have been banging baging out the noise for a few years now. There's a new Garage-band in Hamburg and it’s about the finest blend of musical mynds you could imagine. The Pounders include members of the Trashmonkeys, Alien Boys, Crystal Void, The Punkles and Cpt. Howdy. And when it comes to taking the sound of 1966 into the current decade, few other German bands do it better than Thee Pounders. This is their debut single and includes a raucous ripper called ''Don't Come Back'' and a storming cover of the Pied Pipers rare dancefloor hit ''Stay In My Life''. First time hearing these guys and this single lives up the reports of what I’ve heard about them live. Put ‘em on your radar. Import from Germany.

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