VARIOUS ARTISTS: VooDoo Rhythm Label Compilation: CD

Aug 27, 2009

It’s a pretty decent compilation of very primitive rock and roll on the VooDoo label. Taking cues from the likes of Norton, Sun, Estrus (the years of 1994-1997) and Crypt as far as musical direction, but adding in a spooky halloween record and a European bent; giving a home to Lightning Beat-Man, John Schooley and DM Bob and the Deficits. It’s a good introduction to a label that has put out a slew of records in the past eleven years, but still hasn’t seen much American recognition, except from a few Beat-Man fans. –Wanda Spragg

 –guest (VooDoo Rhythm)

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