Interzone music

Ginger Baker jams with Nigerian Afro-Rock artistes in Lagos, Nigeria in 1971.
They include: Johnny Haastrup, Joni Haastrup Tee Mac, Tunde Kuboye, Laolu Akins & The Lijadu Sisters. Segun Bucknor & The Sweet Things also featured. Perfomed song, 'Coming back home,' written by Tunde Kuboye (thanks angldrops).

MC5 - Teen Age Lust (live)

This ten track gem was recorded on January 1,1970 at the Civic Center in Saginaw,MI.
It's sound quality is between very good to excellent.

Several MC5 tresures included in the set, just sounds so much better when played live.

Most notable cuts are the title track "Teen Age Lust","Looking At You","Human Being Lawnmower" and the foot-stomping "Black To Comm" which is squeezed into a medley with "Starship" and "Kick Out The Jams".
Guitarist Fred Smith steps up to provide the vocals on "Shakin' Streets". This version kicks ass!!

The guitar playing by Kramer and Smith is superb throughout; they manage to convey so much energy it's unreal. A particular highlight is the great rendition of "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" by James Brown, where the two guitarists even manage to get in some delicate two-part harmony amidst the more out 'n out rocking moments on the album.

1. Intro/ Ramblin’ rose
2. The human being lawnmower
3. Tonight
4. Rama lama fa fa fa
5. It's a man's man's man's word
6. Teen age lust
7. Lookin at you
8. Fire of love
9. Shakin' street
10. Starship

MC5 - Teen Age Lust (live), 160 kbps, cover included

39 Clocks - Subnarcotic (1982)

Here´s a 39 Clocks album: "Subnarcotic" was released in August, 1982 on the german Eigelstein label. Enjoy it!


Heat Of Violence
Dom (Electricity Elects The Rain)
Psychotic Louie Louie
Past Tense Hope &
Instant Fears On 42nd Street
Virtous Girl
Three Floors Down
Rainy Night Insanities
A Touch Of Rot
Aspetando Godo

39 Clocks - Subnarcotic (1982)
(256 kbps, front & back cover included)