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DIONYSUS RECORDS/ USA
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SINGLE "GIRL IT`S OVER"
CHAPUTA RECORDS/ PORTUGAL
Release-date: OUT NOW!!
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REVIEW of "WHERE DO WE GO", January 2009 LA Vinyl Records Examiner
"Take a psychedelic trip with the Satelliters, Germany's high priests of fuzz"
by Jason Gelt, LA Vinyl Records Examiner
The Satelliters have endured lineup changes and one major image
adjustment but through it all their status as a kick-ass German garage
rock outfit has stayed constant as the circling of the planets. Since their
first seven-inch in 1994, their distinctive pop hooks and fuzz-laden guitar
riffs have grown richer and sweeter.
Taking a cue from theatrical Bay Area budget rockers like the Mummies,
the Ripoffs and the Trashwomen, the Satelliters started their career clad
in matching black leather fetish masks and noir outfits. But their songs
were always more polished and evolved than their San Francisco brethren,
even when they pounded out crude punk rock whoppers like "I Hate You,"
on their 1995 Pinup Records 10," a split with the surf-rockin' Astronauts.
Fourteen years later the Satelliters have shed the masks, but their music
has remained constant in its quality, as evidenced by the band's ninth
album, available for a limited time in a chocolate-swirled vinyl re-pressing
from Burbank's own Dionysus Records. The album gets off to a rousing
start with "Abba," (watch the thrilling YouTube video below) and continues
apace with a slew of atmospheric, psychedelic-infused stompers, including
the triumphant title song, the diamond-sharp "You Cannot See," and the
churning, keyboard-punctuated "Hey."
Known for audiophile-friendly mastering and a genuine affection for the
colorful tradition of vinyl records, Dionysus is -- now that Sympathy for
the Record Industry has left the building -- one of LA's final remaining
high-class independent record labels. Check out their catalog of stellar
releases -- including early L.A. punk like the Controllers and the Rotters,
sinuous Exotica like Chaino and current garage rock luminaries like the
THE SATELLITERS "ABBA"
PERFORMING "ABBA" from “WHERE DO WE GO” LP/CD
LIVE FOR GERMAN TELEVISION!!
The return of the german kings of 60′s garage-rock in a killer 7″
with two brand new songs. A-side with “Girl It’s Over” (The Deep Six cover)
and B-side with the exclusive recorded original “When I’m In-Between” (non-LP).
Two great songs on classic black vinyl with cover art by international artist
Rui Ricardo. First 100 copies shipped with free fridge magnet and poster.
Don’t miss it!
THE SATELLITERS "UNKNOWN STATE (OF MIND)"
from our EP "UNKNOWN STATE (OF MIND)"
on EL BEASTO RECORINGS/ ES!!
THE SATELLITERS "LOST IN TIME"
from the 7" "Lost In Time", co-written by NEAL FORD
of classic garage-band NEAL FORD & THE FANATICS!!
THE SATELLITERS "SEEING IS BELIEVING"
from the new LP/ CD "Outta Here",
cover-version of THE GOLDEN DAWN!!
Some SATELLITERS Videos:
last updated January, 2014 © Kharma-Del-Sutra, 2014
THE SATELLITERS are back with a new mind-bending take on 60s garage-punk
called More Of The Satelliters. Like a MUSIC MACHINE entering the 13th FLOOR
ELEVATOR, they paired nine original tunes with three classic garage-monsters in
an all analogue-recording to create this new highly-recommended longplayer.
You can't COUNT V and it will have hit your nerves and mind, make you shake &
shout & scream for more, more, more!! Unless you travel into the EXOTICS where
'I Was Alone' and your record-player has a MUSIC EXPLOSION! Since 20 years
THE SATELLITERS appear through THE SHADOWS OF KNIGHT to turn you on with
their versions of beloved more or less known 60s-garage-punk-tunes like TY
WAGNER's 'I'm a No-Count' and serve you with their remarkable and always
impressing original songs 'Don't Take No Maybe', 'Come & See' or 'It's Gotta Be
You'. THE SATELLITERS take no PRISONERS, but also are no MIRACLE WORKERS.
They don't need to be anyone else or KINKS, that's what you know best! So, as the
records come this time in an old-style tip-on-cover (yes, with the glued back-print),
there is no time to wait - get your copy NOW!!!