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These 15 tracks come from the days when Mex-Econo (The Outer Banks of North Carolina's Golden Age rock club) was king and The Jungle Lords rode a tsunami wave of success playing the Chitlin Circuit (a well-knit circuit of small clubs through the Southeast and Midwest). Many of these songs charted #1 on college radio back in the days when college radio mattered and gave independent artists a chance. The stylings range from surf pop to Texi-Cali latin twang. Some of the tunes represent 80's cowpunk at it's finest. There are punk pop ballads like 'Not the Hurtin' Kind' and funky groove dance riots and rave-ups like 'Mama La Bamba'. The Lords' special brand of roots-based primal acoustic comes in the form of 'Swamp Music'. You'll find comedic relief in the Spanglish strains of 'Los Blob', an adaptation of the Bacharach/Mack theme song from the original film starring Steve McQueen. Three bonus tracks featuring the band's original members (Dominic Carpin, Sean Sumner and John Moore) round out the disc.
These 15 tracks come from the days when Mex-Econo (The Outer Banks of North Carolina's Golden Age rock club) was king and The Jungle Lords rode a tsunami wave of success playing the Chitlin Circuit (a well-knit circuit of small clubs through the Southeast and Midwest). Many of these songs charted #1 on college radio back in the days when college radio mattered and gave independent artists a chance. The stylings range from surf pop to Texi-Cali latin twang. Some of the tunes represent 80's cowpunk at it's finest. There are punk pop ballads like 'Not the Hurtin' Kind' and funky groove dance riots and rave-ups like 'Mama La Bamba'. The Lords' special brand of roots-based primal acoustic comes in the form of 'Swamp Music'. You'll find comedic relief in the Spanglish strains of 'Los Blob', an adaptation of the Bacharach/Mack theme song from the original film starring Steve McQueen. Three bonus tracks featuring the band's original members (Dominic Carpin, Sean Sumner and John Moore) round out the disc.
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Format: CD
Label: CDB
Catalog: 0163417
Rel. Date: 12/18/2007
UPC: 711574631223

Cashmere Jungle Lords/Oodjie-Boodjie Night-Night
Artist: Cashmere Jungle Lords
Format: CD
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These 15 tracks come from the days when Mex-Econo (The Outer Banks of North Carolina's Golden Age rock club) was king and The Jungle Lords rode a tsunami wave of success playing the Chitlin Circuit (a well-knit circuit of small clubs through the Southeast and Midwest). Many of these songs charted #1 on college radio back in the days when college radio mattered and gave independent artists a chance. The stylings range from surf pop to Texi-Cali latin twang. Some of the tunes represent 80's cowpunk at it's finest. There are punk pop ballads like 'Not the Hurtin' Kind' and funky groove dance riots and rave-ups like 'Mama La Bamba'. The Lords' special brand of roots-based primal acoustic comes in the form of 'Swamp Music'. You'll find comedic relief in the Spanglish strains of 'Los Blob', an adaptation of the Bacharach/Mack theme song from the original film starring Steve McQueen. Three bonus tracks featuring the band's original members (Dominic Carpin, Sean Sumner and John Moore) round out the disc.
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