Fuzztones Leave Your Mind at Home CD Remastered with Bonus tracks

Fuzztones Leave Your Mind at Home CD Remastered with Bonus tracks

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CD Issue  500 pressing  bonus tracks  

Fuzztones

Leave Your Mind At Home …….Deluxe

 

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1.      Voices Green and Purple

2.      Blackout of Gretely

3.      No Friend of Mine

4.      We're Pretty Quick

5.      My Flash on You

6.      The Bag I'm In

7.      You Burn Me Up and Down

8.      Brand New Man (1984 Bad News…  Single-B Side)

9.      Green Slime (Battle of The Garages-Compilation LP, 1984)

10.   Bad News Travels Fast (1984 Single-A Side)

11.   99th Floor (1982 Demo)

12.   Riot on Sunset Strip (1982 Demo)

13.   Don't Do It Some More (1982 Demo)

14.   Fabian Lips (1983 Demo)

15.   Ward 81 (Rebel Kind-Compilation LP, 1983)

16.   The Witch (1982 Demo)

 

 

  • Classic first mini album Completely re mastered for the first time
  • NINE  bonus tracks 
  • Card Gatefold sleeve with unseen photos plus 8 page booklet
  • Album has been out of print for over ten years
  •       Includes  classic single Bad news travels fast

 

Overview

The Fuzztones are a garage rock revival band formed in 1980. Founded by singer-guitarist Rudi Protrudi in New York City, the band has gone through several member changes but is currently active in Europe. They boast a strong fan base in New York, in Europe (with their music being played on Hungarian State Radio), and in Los Angeles. Rudi Protrudi moved to Los Angeles in 1987, after the breakup of the original band, to organize a new Fuzztones, consisting of Jordan Tarlow, (Lead Guitar) John "Speediejohn" Carlucci, (Bass) Jason Savall, (Vox Organ) & "Mad" Mike Czekaj on drum. This line-up bears the distinction of being the only 1980's garage rock revival band to secure a major label record deal, when they signed to RCA.

The group's name is derived from Fuzz Tone, the commercial name of a guitar effect pedal invented in 1962 and whose distinctive sound was popularized in the 1965 hit song "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" by the Rolling Stones.

The Band continue tour Europe

 

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