bloodshot bill Guitar Boy (CD, £15.75)label: norton
Bloodshot Bill is the heir apparent to Hasil Adkins, He now takes his own crown with his hot-as-Hades release 'Guitar Boy', slated as the ultimate sum... more
bloodshot bill The Lonesome Road (CD, £15.75)label: norton
Norton second's full-length by one of today's coolest one man bands features 16 high geared winners!
bloodshot bill Thunder and Lightning (CD, £15.75)label: norton
Bloodshot Bill's first full-length for Norton, and it may very well be his finest release to date. 'Thunder And Lightning' contains self-penned rocker... more
reign / unknown band Zippered Up Heart / I've Had Enough (7", £10.50)label: norton
Here's a previously unissued recording of Johnny Thunders' high school combo Reign! The flip contains a superb NY snot nose whiner by great unknowns! ... more
iguanas The Iguanas (CD, £15.50)label: norton
This screamin' wild collection of recordings of Iggy Pop's first garage band is available on compact disc for the first time. Manufactured in a limite... more
souvenirs of the soul clap vol. 5 (LP, £20.75)label: norton
Dig yet another floor filling volume delivered by DJ Jonathan Toubin! This gigantic set spells INSTANT PARTY whenever the rubber meets the road! TRACK... more
iguanas Again & Again / Mona / I Don't Know Why (7", £10.50)label: norton
Iggy Pop's first band! This 7-inch features three 1965 recordings by the Iguanas featuring atomic trap basher Jim "Iggy" Osterberg.
new york dolls Personality Cris / Trash (pink vinyl 7", £10.50)label: norton
Now on a vinyl single, here are the tracks of a 1973 Paul Nelson-produced demo. You get two of the band's top smash hits on creamy-dreamy pink vinyl!
shades of night Fluctuation / Such a Long Time (7", £8.75)label: norton
Super-rare Texas garage punk ultra-classic with boss pic sleeve! As wild as it gets... ever!
florian monday & his mondos I'm Crying / Rip It Up Rip It Up (7", £8.75)label: norton
The Mondos were the earliest waxed garage rock'n'roll band from the Ocean State, Rhode Island. Total early '60s insanity!
mike waggoner & the bops Baby Baby / Comin' Up / Guitar Man / Work With Me Annie (7", £8.75)label: norton
The legendary king of Minnesota rock'n'roll explodes with seven big inches of supreme wildishness! Dig the album, too!
florian monday & his mondos Mondo Mondo! (LP, £17.50)label: norton
In the early 1960s, Rhode Island teenagers fell into two camps: Collegiates ("coh-leege" for short), the prim and proper university-bound studious typ... more
bloodshot bill Guitar Boy (LP, £17.50)label: norton
Bloodshot Bill is heir apparent to Hasil Adkins and now takes his own crown with his hot as Hades release 'Guitar Boy'. Slated as the summer sizzler o... more
hasil adkins Santa Claus Boogie / Blue Christmas (red vinyl 7", £7.95)label: norton
Mind bogglin' Christmas trib from West Vee Ay genius! Great Haze-as-Santa foto sleeve & luscious holiday label make with a classy sock stuffer deluxe!... more
johnny clark & the four playboys Jungle Stomp / I Need a Woman (7", £7.95)label: norton
Wild Northwest rock'n'roll! This twin spin follows up Norton's previous set of Spokane senders, Daryl Britt's 'Lover Lover' (45-113) with an insane 19... more
harold jenkins Rock House / Crazy Dreams (7", £7.95)label: norton
Conway Twitty (under his real name) delivers the original slurpin' demo of Roy Orbison classic plus otherworldly loin locker!
legendary stardust cowboy I Hate CD's / Linda (7", £7.95)label: norton
Second stomp from the good looking one on the Norton roster: LSC! A-side's a wild rockin' tirade against compost discs, backside is a wilful, moody lo... more
paul & the four-most / alan barnicoat Chinese Slop / Trip to the Orient (7", £7.95)label: norton
Unissued wacky chop suey rock from the Golden Crest/Wolf Call sloplords b/w Ragin' Teens fave.
pretty things Midnight to Six Man (7", £7.95)label: norton
Featuring 'Midnight To Six Men', 'LSD', 'Can't Stand The Pain', 'Me Needing You'. Full colour, hard stock PICTURE sleeve.
? and the mysterians Sally Go Round the Roses / It's Not Easy (7", £7.95)label: norton
Of course Norton had to reserve Number Ninety-Six for the Mysterians record! Sultry cover of Jaynett's sleazeball ode to going down... town that is! B... more