GRAVEDIGGER V -ARCHIVAL SET! WITH GLOSSY PHOTOS, POSTERS, AND BOMP ZINES FROM THE 80S!

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YOU ARE BUYING A PIECE OF HISTORY HERE. SOME AMAZING EXTRAS FROM THE LEGENDARY BOMP FILES.  THIS ONE IS LOADED! SEE IMAGES.

SET IS  PACKED IN A HEAVY 13x13 POLY ENVELOPE with EXCLUSIVE COVER DESIGNED BY OUR ART TEAM

HERE'S WHAT YOU GET:

(1) SEALED LTD ED  All Black & Hairy -ON CLEAR BLUE VINYL!  1984 RECORDING.  ORIGINAL RAINBO PRESSING.

(2) TWO GLOSSY PHOTOS , ONE TAKEN IN THE BOMP STORE AND ONE AT THE BOMP OFFICES CIRCA EARLY 80S.

(3)FULL COLOR BOMP" BORN IN THE GARAGE" POSTER

(4) COPY OF VINTAGE VOXX POSTER, CIRCA 80S.

(5) VOXX STICKER

(6) STONE AGE NEWS,  1985 ZINE WRITTEN BY GREG SHAW, WITH ARTICLES ON THE VOXX SCENE

(7) GIMME A BOMP FANZINE, 6 PAGES DOUBLE SIDES, VINTAGE FROM OUR FILES. 1981. 

(9) GRAVEDIGGER 5 FLIER, COPY FROM OUR FILES

60 PEBBLES style Classic cave garage

The one proper album the band released in its lifetime, All Black and Hairy is both perfectly named and perfectly performed -- if it's nothing but a revivalist approach at heart, it's such a damn entertaining one that there's no cause for complaint. With its title track taken from the appropriately goonball back catalog of Screamin' Lord Sutch and its general snot-mouthed attitude from every last Nuggets and Pebbles selection ever, about the only thing missing are the lava lamps and garage stink. Saying the band uses the right combination of fuzztone guitars and echo and heavy frug rhythms is a bit like saying the sky is blue -- it's just one of those things to be expected -- but the sheer energy and abandon present keep everything from simply retracing the past to no point. Leighton's credit is for "lead screaming," and that about sums it up -- he's not so much singing as pulling off the ultimate teen-wannabe-Mick Jagger performance, only even more aggressively snotty. Ted Friedman's lead guitar solos with the right rave-up spirit and John Hanrattie keeps the core melodies going, while the Tom Ward/David Anderson rhythm section aims to get rears shaking instead of sitting. The album is half split between inspired originals (check out the concluding "Stoneage Stomp") and actual songs from the time, the latter resulting in fun versions of tracks like the Uncalled For's "Do Like Me" and Larry & the Bluenotes' "Night of the Phantom." About the only thing missing is the original studio recording of the band's best number, "It's Spooky," but anyone wanting a quick blast of '60s punk thrills filtered through later years could do much worse than to dig this one up.

Tracklist

A1 All Black And Hairy  
A2 Tomorrow Is Yesterday  
A3 No Good Woman  
A4 Do Like Me  
A5 Hate  
A6 She's A Cur  
B1 Searching  
B2 She's Gone  
B3 Night Of The Phantom  
B4 Don't Tread On Me  
B5 One Ugly Child  
B6 She Got  
B7 Stoneage Stomp