Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Question Mark & Mysterians|
Do You Feel It Baby
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Listen to Samples
Didn't know it was a live recording
email@example.com | florida | 06/12/1999
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Amazon needs to be more explicit about the recordings.Not all people have browsers that can sample the music. Plus your samples conveniently remove the intro that alerts you to a live recording. We need a designation that it is the original cut preferably re-mastered."
YEAH YEAH BABY!!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"THE FUNNEST CD YOU WILL EVER BUY!
FUN FROM STAR TO FINISH AND IT NEVER LOSES IT'S POWER!
GREAT OUTER SPACE GARAGE ROCK!"
NO ? ABOUT IT...THE MYSTERIANS ARE BACK!
Patrick Earley | Edmond, Oklahoma USA | 02/12/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It's good to see these Michigan garage rockers back after taking 35 years off. Damn, has it been that long since 96 tears? With that garagey sound that falls somewhere between Sir Douglas and Sam the Sham, these kids haven't lost a bit of their youthful energy. With the flambouyent lead singer ? aka Rudy Martinez, I think. Nobody really knows for sure who he is. And his trademark sunglasses which even his band members claim he has never taken off, these guys have released one hot little party album. Recorded live at Coney Island High (sounds like my kind of highschool) the Mysterians quickly plow through 19 Vox organ soaked garage gems from the past that's sure to please both the crustly old dried up prunesters and the gen-xyers too. The Mysterians had a few minor hits with songs like MAKE YOU MINE, the wonderful cool groovin' DO SOMETHING TO ME, and CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF YOU BABY which the alternative band Smash Mouth covered and made a smash mouth hit out of. I had a couple of these singles as a kid, but these new live versions put my scratchy 45's to shame. But of course these guys are best known for that little song they concocted in their Bay City, Michigan basement all those years ago, 96 TEARS. And they do a 5 minute version of this song here that's a killer. This cd is soooo much fun. It never loses it's energy thanks to the ? who entertains us throughout with his quick banter of little stories between each song that, of course always start with his trademark words baby baby. I love little low mantinence garage bands like this. These guys really know how to play, and they haven't changed a bit. The 60's are sounding good again. Let me hear ya say yeah baaaaby!"