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Give Daddy the Knife Cindy
Naz Nomad & the Nightmares
Give Daddy the Knife Cindy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Naz Nomad & the Nightmares
Title: Give Daddy the Knife Cindy
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Dionysus Records
Release Date: 10/12/2004
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Style: Hardcore & Punk
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 053477311223

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Dross From The Paisley Strawberry!
Harvey J.Satan | Among The Garden Gnome,Friar Park | 06/01/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you saw the film "Give Daddy The Knife,Cindy",then you know exactly what this soundtrack is all about! If you didn' can still enjoy the experience,through the musical essences provided by Naz Nomad and The Nightmares.( Not to be confused with several other people named "Naz Nomad" or "The Nightmares").It's truely amazing how long this soundtrack took to get released. (Perhaps it's the similarity in sound to Sky Saxon and The Seeds? ).Full of brilliant cover versions,and a couple of originals,this album will transcend you through space and time! Naz Nomad's vocals are right up their with Jim Morrison by way of Bela Lugosi! Sphinx Svenson,the most sensible guitar player known to man,totally transgressess the milky way,with his precision string strumming! Buddy Lee Junior plays bass like John Merrick on acid! The ever lovely Ulla plays the farsifa like nobody else can,friends and Romans,listen way up! And do I smell a rat? No,it's just Nick Detroit slamming the skins,and backing the beat! To quote Eddy Taylor ( as "Cindy" )"Man,those giant spiders are laying paisley eggs in the amplifer of life! It's all one big freak out,baby!" And who are we to argue?"
Naz Nomad, Baby...Yeah
M. Hartman | East Coast, Etats-Unis | 02/27/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I have to wonder if Mike Myers has a copy of this 1985 album. More than a decade before Austin Powers lampooned London in the 60's there was Naz Nomad and the Nightmares with their wonderful "Music from 'Give Daddy the Knife Cindy', a Psychedelic spoof/tribute (it really IS a very fine line...)from members of The Damned. Their comical take on the psychedelic/garage sound of bands like The Seeds and The Electric Prunes is bang on. The album is one fantastic and trippy tounge-in-cheek celebration of 60's psychedelia. This album is no Spinal Tap joke, but a humorous hommage to bands like the Chocolate Watchband, Strawberry Alarm Clock and Electric Prunes. The fuzztone guitars, cheesy Farfisa Organ, trippy's all here. You could almost believe it really is a long lost psychedelic movie soundtrack. It's difficult to remember not to take it all too seriously...this is such great music. Naz and The Damned were out to have some fun and pay tribute to the late 60's fuzz bands and the result is wonderful, catchy, funny and an absolute blast. Psyche OUT, Baby! All this more than 10 years before Austin Powers. Now THAT is just Too Groovy Baby...Yeah!"
Humorous and entertaining
Jerry Only | 03/09/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"FYI - This is The Damned pretending to be a band called Naz Nomad And The Nightmares - all cover songs.....entertaining and fun at times. I am a big Damned fan so I am amused."