The Sonics (21) – First Choice. Label: Srt – srtx/cus 77079. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
Boom is the second studio album by the American garage rock band The Sonics, released in February 1966. Boom was released in 1966 by record label Etiquette ET-ALBS-027. Like its predecessor Here Are The Sonics (1965), Boom was influential on later punk rock music (see protopunk). Gerry Roslie – keyboard, vocals.
Introducing The Sonics. Album, 1967, Sundazed Music, Jerden Records, Punk Records. Re-Issue in 2004 by Sundazed Music with 4 bonustracks. 2. You've Got Your Head on Backwards. Tracks 1-15 is the album "Introducing The Sonics", Tracks 16-30 is the collection "Fire & Ice"; late non-LP singles and unreleased demos.
Biography by Mark Deming. Raw, fuzzy, and explosive 1960s garage rock band featuring screaming, unhinged vocalist Gerry Roslie. Here Are the Sonics!!! The Sonics. See Full Discography.
This Is the Sonics by The Sonics, released 31 March 2015 1. I Don't Need No Doctor 2. Be A Woman 3. Bad Betty 4. You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover 5. The Hard Way 6. Sugaree 7. Leaving Here 8. Look At Little Sister 9. I Got Your Number 10. Livin' In Chaos 11. Save The Planet 12. Spend The Night The Sonics finally ended their four-decade hiatus in November 2007, with a pair of rapturously received shows in New York . Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. This Is the Sonics Vinyl LP.
Now, in 2015, they have unleashed their first new album in almost 50 years, and guess what - This Is the Sonics freakin' rocks! Original members Jerry Roslie (lead vocals, keyboards), Larry Parypa (guitar, vocals) and Bob Lind (sax, harmonica, vocals) are joined by Freddie Dennis, formerly of the Kingsmen and the Liverpool 5, on bass and vocals, and the youngster of the band, drummer Dusty Watson. The record combines original material alongside some choice covers including a monstrous take on "Sugaree. No, not the Grateful Dead song of the same name, but rather a song written in the late '50s by Marty Robbins. The Sonics, needless to say, inject it full of venom and steroids here, turning it into a classic of their own. "Living in Chaos" is about as primal as it gets. It's sheer perfection from the rhythm, to the riff, to the lyric.
Delusions (First Choice album). Delusions is the fourth studio album recorded by American female vocal trio First Choice, released in 1977 on the Gold Mind label. The album features the song "Doctor Love", which peaked at No. 41 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 23 on the Hot Soul Singles chart.
Her choice of material had its strange logic: Writing to glorify God, Bach often composed with no particular instrument in mind. He never heard a synth’s unearthly tones, or a drum machine’s divine precision, but his notes reveal the beauty of every device. The formula, as ruthlessly displayed on their 1965 debut LP Here Are the Sonics!!!, was simple: Make every instrument hit with the force of a brand new Pontiac GTO smashing through a guardrail. And if you’re going to get that raucous, make sure you’ve got a frontman like Jerry Roslie, whose range stretches from a demented bellow to an unhinged shriek-all in the service of songs about getting your kicks from drinking poison, tearing around in a turn-on red Mustang, and absolutely losing your mind over rejection. Keep On Pushing was the Impressions’ first attempt at a proper album-their previous records were essentially singles collections.