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Aha, here’s a single from the UK’s garagiest garage rockers Thee Ludds in a tasty looking meat-sleeve. On the disc itself are two juicy prime cuts of the band’s hi-octane no-fi rock’n’roll madness, which reminds me of the likes of Ty Segall Band, Tyvek, Thee Cormans and maybe on this side of the Atlantic Southend’s Wobbly Lamps, the Hipshakes and all Billy Ch ...

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Crumhorn/ Skeleton Rider by Thee Ludds
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9/10 Mike Staff review, 20 November 2012

Aha, here’s a single from the UK’s garagiest garage rockers Thee Ludds in a tasty looking meat-sleeve. On the disc itself are two juicy prime cuts of the band’s hi-octane no-fi rock’n’roll madness, which reminds me of the likes of Ty Segall Band, Tyvek, Thee Cormans and maybe on this side of the Atlantic Southend’s Wobbly Lamps, the Hipshakes and all Billy Childish’s varying incarnations.

The basic ingredients are simple, and they very much stick to the formula of ridiculously fuzzy guitars, blown out vocals and neat little organ hooks backed by pummelling, simplistic beats. As with so many singles, I like the A side best. Those among you lamenting this country’s shortage of truly excellent garage bands should definitely get your ears around this little gem.


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