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Posted 6th February 2010 at 10:40 PM by Sam@Cult Labs
Updated 3rd June 2010 at 05:53 PM by Sam@Cult Labs


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30 Minutes of Cool Trash, Drugsploitation, Singapore Beat Pop, Jungle Novelty Records and other Mondo Rock 'n' Roll Goodies...

Track List

POT PARTY - Burt Topper

Anti-LSD propaganda from the soundtrack to late 60s Youth-Gone-Wild documentary "Teenage Rebellion"

- Tom Reeves

Released by Crest Records, this is a cool Rockabilly novelty record with plenty of sound and vocal effects. Dig those crazy Maracas Daddy!


Infamous trouser splitting 60s pop star PJ Proby recorded this effects heavy Rock n Roll novelty side before going on to long haired, tight-pants glory, followed by a wardrobe malfunction, then glorious obscurity.

FRIED ONIONS - Lord Rockinghams XI

British session musicians who were the house band on 50s show 'Oh Boy!', an embryonic Youth TV show. Fried Onions is a bizarre but groovy confection, with strange fingers-down-a-blackboard female caterwauling.


The 50s Drive-in screens were awash with Sci-Fi and monster movies and session musicians across America were churning out cash-in records to exploit the public hunger for horror and space age novelty records. Bob & Jerry penned songs for Patsy Cline as well as producing this great spooky instrumental.

SUEY - Jayne Mansfield

The Queen of trashy Hollywood blonds teams up with Jimi Hendrix for this smokey piece of 60s Trashola. Hendrix played Bass and Guitar and the session took place because the pair shared a manager at the time.

RAT PFINK THEME - Ron Haydock & the Boppers

The theme music from Ray Dennis Steckler's poverty strapped 60s B-movie Rat Pfink A Boo Boo. Ron Haydock starred as the cut price super hero of the movie under the name Vin Saxon, a pseudonym he also used when writing pornographic novels.

- The Avengers

Prime 60s Californian Garage stomp with a unique take on the dating game...

KING KONG - Tarantula Ghoul

Tarantula Ghoul was a Portland Oregan based Late night horror host on TV in the late 50s.

GO GO GORILLA - The Ideals

Monkey themed Chicago Soul with a Doo-Wop bent.

DO-RE-MI - Little Millie

Better known for scoring an early Ska/Bluebeat hit with My Boy Lollypop, Little Millie also perfomed in other genres .Although nothing surpassed her smash hit, this high pitched slice of 60s pop is just as much fun.

THE BLOB - The Five Blobs

A then unknown Bacharach and David composed the jaunty Latin tinged theme for the classic 50s Sci Fi movie. A relentlessly upbeat piece of music which is severely at odds with the reality of being attacked by The Blob, a gelatinous, ever expanded pile of ooze that engulfs and dissolves everything in its path.

SI LI LI LI LI OUR HEART BEAT AS ONE - Lim Ling & The Silvertones

60s Beat Pop through a Singaporean filter. The Silvertones were one of the most popular Western influenced groups of the period and here they back an excitable Lim Ling on a song that's a great example of how East Asian countries take our Pop music and make it uniquely their own. (More Singapore Pop: Sublime Frequencies)

JANIE MADE A MONSTER - The Fabulous Five

...And finally, a song about which I know absolutely nothing. It's a fine example of Monster Movie Doo-Wop.


The Wild,Wild World of Jayne Mansfield

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    WOW ! This stuff is awesome Sam.
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    More to follow, I'm 80% done on the next installment...
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