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Kuiper Belt Rock

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GenreNeobilly

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There are just a few bands around the globe who really can shake some classic Neo-Rockabilly in the vein
of early Wigsville Spliffs, Fractured, Juvies or Sgt. Bilko's Crazy Combo. The Rhythm Reactorz are one of them.
Funnywise they are straight from Los Angeles and a true 21st century band, but by listening to their tunes you really
thrown back in the mid 80's.
Their first 45' on O-HA Records ("Run Away") was one of the fastest selling records at the O-HA Records Headquarters and ended for the band with a LP deal at Crazy Love Records.
The new 45' "Kuiper Belt Rock" is far more than  Neo-Rockabilly..it is a classic tune already!!
We guess none other band on that playground can beat them.....
 
 

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Tuotenumero 39964
Kuntokansi Ei
Kuntolevy Ei
Aluekoodi Ei
Formaatti 7 single/EP
Levy-yhtiö O-Ha Records
Vuosi 2018
Kesto Ei
Valmistusmaa Saksa

Rhythm Reactorz: 
Kuiper Belt Rock (7 single/EP)

Kuvaus

7 Inch / single-sided/ big centerhole / black cardboard sleeve w. labelsticker


Pressing: 150 copies


Rhythm Reactorz with Tony Pelayo and Watt Inelay!

Saatavuus: Varastossa

7,00 €

Kuvaus

There are just a few bands around the globe who really can shake some classic Neo-Rockabilly in the vein
of early Wigsville Spliffs, Fractured, Juvies or Sgt. Bilko's Crazy Combo. The Rhythm Reactorz are one of them.
Funnywise they are straight from Los Angeles and a true 21st century band, but by listening to their tunes you really
thrown back in the mid 80's.
Their first 45' on O-HA Records ("Run Away") was one of the fastest selling records at the O-HA Records Headquarters and ended for the band with a LP deal at Crazy Love Records.
The new 45' "Kuiper Belt Rock" is far more than  Neo-Rockabilly..it is a classic tune already!!
We guess none other band on that playground can beat them.....
 
 

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