Jonny Manak and the Depressives | Primitive Sounds for a Modern World

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Primitive Sounds for a Modern World

by Jonny Manak and the Depressives

50's, 60's and 70's rock 'n' roll, garage, punk and surf all mashed into one. If the Dead Boys, Stooges, Link Wray and The Sonics had a baby, it would sound something like this. Lets party!
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Wah-Bam!
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2. Heart and Hands
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3. On the Streets
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4. Up All Night
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5. Ride the Barrel (And Get Pitted)
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6. Oops I Spent the Rent
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7. Two Faced Loser
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8. 1.21 Jiggawatts
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9. Acting Young
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10. Rebound Town
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11. Eat Me Alive
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12. Dead Man Surf
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13. Every Night's a Friday
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14. Choose My Fate
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Primitive Sounds for a Modern World is the 4th full length by the San Francisco Bay Area's Jonny Manak and The Depressives. Side A of the LP was recorded in Jonny's private studio, "Cup O' Pizza" - aka his garage. While Side B was recorded live on college radio. With Neil Young behind the boards on both recordings you get an honest garage punk record with little to no editing which gives it punch without pretension. Between drummers, Manak handled guitar, vocal and drumming duties on Side A while Bobby Wilcox (Street Walkin' Cheetahs, Dee Dee Ramone) handled the bass duties. Side B was recorded live on KFJC 89.7fm with Thor DSR (Flexx Bronco) on drums. These guys love garage/punk/surf and it shows on this release. It's difficult to classify as Manak fuzes 50's Rock 'n' Roll with 60's Garage and 70's Punk, but the end result is a sound of their own. This high energy power trio has fun written all over them.


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