Hier findet ihr die Künstler/Bands.


  • 01. Hindu Gods Of Love
    02. Shakedown USA
    03. Sockman
    04. Pensioner Pie
    05. Teen Police
    06. Rot In Love
    07. Accidents
    08. New Hard Fun
    09. Mesmerizer
    10. Driving The Special Dead
    11. Bongo Flip
    12. Twilight Of The Idols
    13. Strange Flash
    14. Hide & Seek
    15. Date With A Thing
    16. Liquor Fit
    17. Dying Boy's Crawl
    18. Driving The Special Dead
    19. Bongo Flip
    20. Strange Flash
    21. Sock It To Me, Baby!
    22. Twilight Of The Idols
    23. I've Got Levitation
    24. Date With A Thing
    25. Shakedown USA
    26. Pharmaceutical Au-Go-Go
    27. Out Of Our Tree
    28. Liquor Fit


    Strange Flash - Studio & Live 78-81

    [engl] The Lipstick Killers were easily one of the greatest live bands I've witnessed in my 65 yrs. on this planet” – Keith Morris (Black Flag/Circle Jerks/Off!!) HINDU GODS ARE CALLING YOU!!! Grown Up Wrong! Records is thrilled beyond belief to present the LONG-AWAITED anthology of material by the legendary Lipstick Killers, who blazed a trail in late ‘70s post-Radio Birdman Sydney before gigging with the likes of the Gun Club and the Flesh Eaters in Los Angeles where they crashed and burned in 1981. The Lipstick Killers released just one single in their life time – the perfect ’79 Deniz Tek-produced pairing of “Hindu Gods of Love” and ”Shakedown USA” on their own Lost in Space Records and Greg Shaw’s Voxx Records - but a posthumous live album and a couple of archival releases followed. It was all incredible. All that material is included here, as is a plethora of additional stuff, all from the best-available sources (mostly original tapes). The Lipstick Killers’ enigmatic and high-energy sound – heavily inspired by the Stooges and the ‘60s psychedelic punk sounds of bands like the Thirteenth Floor Elevators and the Chocolate Watchband – bridged the gap between Radio Birdman and subsequent Sydney groups like the Sunnyboys (whose first-ever show was opening for the Lipstick Killers), Lime Spiders, Hoodoo Gurus, the Screaming Tribesmen and the Psychotic Turnbuckles. And of course they anticipated generation after generation of other bands with similar things in mind, right up to today’s ‘60s-inspired freaks like The Straight Arrows, The Living Eyes and Thee Oh Sees.