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"Whos Got The Cuckoo?!" with Robby (archive)

Sunday, July 26, 2015 | 21:00 to 23:00 | Garage!!!

Artist Song Album Label
Fire Father's Name Was Dad Nuggets II
The Groupies Primitive Born Bad v1
The Troggs Lost Girl Maximum Freakbeat
Ronnie Cook & The Gaylads Goo Goo Muck Born Bad v1
Ferrari's Of Canada All I Ever Want Is Wyld Canada v3: Endless Dream
Quid? Crazy Things Nightmares From The Underworld
The Livin' End She's A Teaser Psychedelic Disaster Whirl 4
Q65 The Life I Live Nothing But Trouble 1966-68
Tages I Read You Like An Open Book Nuggets II
The Daughters of Eve Don't Waste My Time 45
The Merry Go-Round Live Nuggets 1
The Golliwogs You Got Nothin' On Me Pre-Creedence
X-Cellents Hang It Up Party Party Party
We The People Too Much Noise Psychedelic Microdots Of The 60s v1
The Esquires Flashin' Red Pebbles 4 Surf 'n Tunes
The Gun Hold On Shapes & Sounds Volume 2 BBC
The Lincolns We Got Some Garage punk Unknowns Part 1
Simple Simon People Of Time People Of Tyme
The Stoics Enough Of What I Need Mindrocker v4
Kings Ransom Ain't That A Shame Party Party Party
Four 69 Back From The Grave v.9
The Undertakers It's My Time Sixties Archives v2: Texas Punk