DJ Tanner

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Member Since: 2/25/2000
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Buy American: The Best of (new) Detroit Rock

Artist Song Buy
White Stripes  Jolene  buy on itunes
Soledad Brothers  Brek 'em on Down  buy on itunes
Gories  Goin to the River  buy on itunes
Detroit Cobras  Putty in Your Hands  buy on itunes
Von Bondies  Red Head Devil  buy on itunes
White Stripes  Hardest Button to Button  buy on itunes
Dirtbombs  I Cant Stop Thinking About It  buy on itunes
Stooges  Down on the Street  buy on itunes
Bantam Rooster  Hey Bartendress  buy on itunes
The Go  Meet Me at the Movies  buy on itunes
White Stripes  Red Bowling Ball Ruth  buy on itunes
Von Bondies  Nite Train  buy on itunes
MC5  Kick out the Jams  buy on itunes
Gories  Hey Hey We're the Gories  buy on itunes
Soledad Brothers  Cadillac Hips  buy on itunes
The Come Ons  Whatcha Got?  buy on itunes
Detroit Cobras  Shout Bama Lama  buy on itunes
White Stripes  Lord Send Me An Angel  buy on itunes
Dirtbombs  Chains of Love  buy on itunes
Iggy Pop  The Passenger  buy on itunes

Comment:

2/03 - 4/03 this mix stemmed from a conversation a friend and i had re: the 'Teenage Shutdown' series of 60s garage rock comps. he hadnt heard much of the garagey noise coming out of detroit these days (which is mostly just an updated version of what those original acts were doing), other than the stripes and a von bondies track or two i'd played him. so... i put together some of my favorite stuff from a-half-dozen-or-so SFTRI type artists, as well as a few key older tracks that fit in well. the caveat to the title is that one could not compile the 'best of detroit rock' into just 1 mix, and if they could, it would damn sure not include The Come Ons.

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valis
Date: 4/16/2003
Where's the Sights...?
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Powers
Date: 4/16/2003
Testify my brother!
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SMoss
Date: 4/17/2003
The mid 80's were a good time for clubs and local bands there. Black Market, Toby Red, Tracy Lee and the Leonards, probably many other good bands that are long ago forgotten. I'll betcha many of the current crop pass thru the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor.

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