4 in stock
Available on vinyl lp only! ‘Songs We Taught Ourselves’ looks to be all covers – but what I really like about that is they mostly appear to be obscure cover songs. For example, I never would (even) imagine a band as such covering The Haunted’s gem “1-2-5”, the ’80’s band The Primitive’s “Do The Ostrich”, the unexpected Milkshake tune “Tell Me Where’s That Girl”, their well-played Captain Beefheart’s “Zig Zag Wanderer”, their power-house homage to Link Wray with “Rumble” and who would -have ever- guessed a tune by The Human Expression with “Love At Psychedelic Velocity”? I mean, I have my share of bands (of different genres) doing all-cover CD’s. But very few of them put out a disc with obscure / lesser-known covers. A true essential. “Amazon”
A wild set of covers by the Future Primitives, from Cape Town (South Africa). 500 copies ONLY!
Guest Keys on “She’s Mine” by Danielle Hitchcock
African, Garage, Punk, Rock, Sixties, South African