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1. Willie Ward - Iggy Joe
2. MacKey Beers and the Rockitts - That Jim
3. Alvis (Eddie) Edwards - Real Gone Baby-
4. Jerry Warren and the Tremblers - Rompin'
5. Vaughn Monroe - Black Denim Trousers and Motorcycle Boots
6. Billy Joe Royal - Dark Glasses
7. Deacon and the Rock N Rollers - Rockin' on the Moon
8. Robert Parker - Twistin' Out in Space
9. Rufus Shoffner and Joyce Songer - Orbit Twist
10. Jimmy McCracklin - the Drag
11. Dave Bartholomew - Shrimp and Gumbo
12. Betty Nickell - Hot Dog
13. Eddie Smith ; the Hornets - Upturn
14. Bob Gallion - Six Pallbearers
15. Cliff Gleaves - Long Black Hearse
16. Terry Richards - Payday
17. Bobby Sue and Her Freeloaders - Relief Check
18. The Halos - Nag
19. Jimmy Lee Prow - You Tell Her I Stutter
20. Scatman Crothers - a Gruntin' and a Groanin' (The Wrestlers Song)
21. The Travelers - Teen-Age Machine Age
22. Bobbie Warren - Strontium 90
23. Conny and the Bellhops - Bop Sticks
24. Sonny Adams - I'm in Love with a Mutant
25. The Aladdins - Magic Carpet
26. Woody Byrd - Jazz Vs. Rock and Roll
27. Kip Shane - Party Line
28. Mickey Mandolin - Two Cats ; a Mouse
29. Danny Williams - Fidel Castro Rock

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29 tunes covering the waterfront of name calling, twisting in space, grunting, groaning and magic carpets. Wired rockabilly stompers, stoopid novelty 45s, and plenty of crazy notions all in under three minutes. Featuring super rare cuts, unashamedly ridiculous names and impromptu madness. Incredibly strange music for incredibly strange times. With soul man Robert Parker, actor-come-crooner Scatman Crothers, Jimmy McCracklin and Dave Bartholomew lining up next to Jerry Warren And The Tremblers and Bobby Sue And Her Freeloaders. Includes strange stories of Strontium 90, Six Pallbearers, Fidel Castro, and the wonderment of the Teen-Age Machine, the truly phenomenal Halos' 'Nag' and the pure exotica of The Aladdins' 'Magic Carpet'.