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Tracklist

1I Just Want To Know
2From The Bottom Of My Heart
3A Zippe Di Zoom
4You're Driving Me Crazy
5Cotton Fields
6Rag Mop
7Come Go With Me
8Sandy
9Ghostriders
10The Diary
11West Virginia, Country Roads
12SH Boom
13Fly Me To The Moon
14I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent
15Believe Me
16Remember Then
17Lonely Night

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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
670The Speedos It's Only Rock'n'Roll ‎(LP, Album)Tombstone Records (Germany)670Germany1989

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Download The Speedos - It's Only Rock'n'Roll FLAC

Performer: The Speedos

Title: It's Only Rock'n'Roll

Country: Germany

Release date: 16 Apr 2010

Label: Part Records

Style: Rockabilly

Catalog: 647.001

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 2576 mb

Size FLAC: 2966 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 758

Record source: CD, Album

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Styphe
First released in 1989, It's Only Rock'n'roll was until this reissue only available on vinyl and I suppose long out of print.
This quartet could be described as the German cousins of the British Keytones.
They play doo-wop harmonies with a bit of jive on a rockabilly background. There's even some hillbilly with their uptempo cover of Cotton Fields.
Like numerous debut album, it's not without flaws, but the few minor imperfections are well compensated by the freshness of their approach.
The repertoire goes from Frankie Lymon (I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent) to the Del-Vikings (Come Go With Me) or Frank Sinatra (Fly Me To The Moon) with a couple of originals too written by lead singer/guitarist Olaf Prinz. On a couple of songs the line-up (guitar / doublebass / drums / saxophone) is augmented by Götz Alsmann on piano for a fuller sound.
As an added bonus, Part has included the band's debut ep from 1987 featuring a self penned song (I Just Want To Know) and three covers: Sh-Boom, John Denver's Take Me Home Country Roads and a rockabilly-doo-wop rendition of Neil Sedaka's The Diary.
More rockabilly and psychobilly reviews at www.jumpingfrom6to6.com
Styphe
First released in 1989, It's Only Rock'n'roll was until this reissue only available on vinyl and I suppose long out of print.
This quartet could be described as the German cousins of the British Keytones.
They play doo-wop harmonies with a bit of jive on a rockabilly background. There's even some hillbilly with their uptempo cover of Cotton Fields.
Like numerous debut album, it's not without flaws, but the few minor imperfections are well compensated by the freshness of their approach.
The repertoire goes from Frankie Lymon (I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent) to the Del-Vikings (Come Go With Me) or Frank Sinatra (Fly Me To The Moon) with a couple of originals too written by lead singer/guitarist Olaf Prinz. On a couple of songs the line-up (guitar / doublebass / drums / saxophone) is augmented by Götz Alsmann on piano for a fuller sound.
As an added bonus, Part has included the band's debut ep from 1987 featuring a self penned song (I Just Want To Know) and three covers: Sh-Boom, John Denver's Take Me Home Country Roads and a rockabilly-doo-wop rendition of Neil Sedaka's The Diary.
More rockabilly and psychobilly reviews at www.jumpingfrom6to6.com