Monday, May 16, 2011
Second GaragePunk Hideout Compilation is Here
Songs the Hideout Taught Us: The Best of the GaragePunk Hideout, Vol. 2, has been unleashed upon an undeserving world.
As I said on my radio show last night, there's reason for a little homestate pride. The Scrams from Albuquerque are included here with their song "Steve Sangre."
I reviewed the first volume, It Came From the Hideout, HERE
If you're an active member of the Hideout, it's free to download. If you're not a member, hey, it's free to join. Check it out HERE.
For lesser mortals, the compilation will be available on Amazon, eMusic, iTunes and Napster. (If it's not already on all those sites yet, it will be within a couple of days.)
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