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The craziest compilation of music from all over the world.This comp. collates a worldwide mixture of painfully obscure crud-a-phonic dance craze platters from the 50's and 60's.

A brilliant & bonkers concoction of exotica, teenbeat, and international nonsense novelties.If you need something new to listen to after you've worn out yer Las Vegas Grind and Jungle Exotica records then this is for YOU! This platter will liven up any ole party! Lurch-eriffic teen crazes and totally daffy mix-n-match foreign language tracks that'll make your eyes & ears alike pop just like corn.


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The International Vicious Society Vol 7 by Various
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9/10 Mike Staff review, 24 July 2014

Here's the seventh volume in the International Vicious Society comp series, a reliable source for forgotten worldwide trash/exotica/rock'n'roll nuggets. Think 'Pebbles' but with more of a worldwide scope. This collection's got numbers from Thailand, Italy, Panama, USA, Mexico, France, Morocco and Puerto Rico, for example.

Despite being on their seventh volume, the Vicious Society's well of often hilarious dance-craze novelties and one-of-a-kind oddities shows no sign of running dry. Highlights here include the opening one-two shot of the slinky Thai surf rock of Jimmy's Guitar and the ludicrous Italian mariachi space twist 'Twist Dell' Astronauta'. There's a bouncy gospel/barbershop number called 'Atom Bomb' which claims that God's going to hit ("boom") back ("boom") the atom bomb when he comes lord when he comes, which had me in stitches. The two Moroccan tracks are a riot too.

If eccentric forgotten novelties and international trash culture interest you, this whole series of comps is essential listening, this latest instalment being no exception.


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