A photographer and his models go to an old, abandoned castle to shoot some sexy covers for horror novels. Unbeknownst to them, the castle is inhabited by a lunatic who believes himself to be the reincarnated spirit of a 17th-century executioner whose job it is to protect the castle against intruders.
- The Dovers - She’S Gone
- The Sunbeats - Love Won’T Come My Way
- Ronnie Forte - Nervous Breakdown
- The Crickets - I Fought The Law
- The Busy Signals - Plastic Girl
- Miss Ludella Black And The Masonics - Save My Soul
- Teenage Burritos - Danya
- The Southern Belles - Dum Dum Ditty
- Gino Washington - Gino Is A Coward
- Dukes Of Hamburg - Greensleeves
- The High Numbers - Dance To Keep From Crying
- Annette Henshaw - My Blackbirds Are Bluebirds Now
- Coy Jackson - Lookout Heart
- The Normals - Demented Breakdown
- Institute - Too Dumb
- Bofa - International 17
- Gino And The Goons - Watch You Shine
- The Rhythm Shakers - Poison
- Marcel Bontempi - Big Fat Spider
- Escapades - Mad Mad Mad
- Charlie Thompson - Changed My Mind
- The Orchids - I’Ve Got That Feeling
- Television Personalities - Look Back In Anger
- The Letters - Nobody Loves Me
- Thin Lizzy - Whiskey In The Jar
Record Roulette Club
Punk, Garage Punk, R&B, Soul, Oldies, etc.
Formerly known as GaragePunk Pirate Radio (2005–2015) and born of the original GaragePunk Forums message board at GaragePunk.com, Radio Mutation is a podcast network of DJ-hosted music shows featuring wild and untamed garage rock, punk, surf/instro, rockabilly, primitive R&B, power pop, swamp rock, proto-punk, post-punk, psychedelic rock, broken blues… basically all styles of gritty, desperate, REAL rock ‘n’ roll. All of them low-budget productions, independently produced and non-commercial (that means we make no money whatsoever from this endeavor).
Oh, and did we mention our shows are entertaining as hell? It’s true! Loads of personality and, just like the Young Lions Conspiracy*, a heaping helping of Integrity, Soul, and Attitude. Not to mention hours upon hours of great rock ‘n’ roll that you will simply not hear anywhere else.
88,4 MHz - Pi Radio