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The Outta Sites are back on the scene with another spin for your record machine! The success of their first platter has paid off, making them in demand on the bandstand! Only a group that has gigged endlessly can exude such versatility and energy, which is heard in this new stomping release. They've come up with a sound stylistically reminiscent of The British Invasion. What they're putting down isn't some sort of nostalgia trip. This is what real Rock and Roll sounded like before hippies and squares messed everything up. The twelve tracks heard here could easily all be smash hits. Highlights include such great uptempo originals like; "It'll Be The Last Time," "Let Yourself Go," and "My Baby's Going Away." The pace is slowed down briefly on a few equally great and moody numbers; "Don't You Know," "Please Don't Cry," and "Never Have I Seen." The Outta Sites have also put their own unique brand on cool covers including James Brown's "Good Good Lovin'," The Marathon's "Peanut Butter," Willie Mitchell's "That Driving Beat" and Brian Diamond And The Cutters classic "Shake, Shout & Go." Plus the tune "Bird Doggin'," which was originally waxed by Gene Vincent. The album concludes with the amazing instrumental and organ workout, "The Mongoose." Listen to The Outta Sites latest creation and you will agree that it's just outta this world!
The Outta Sites are back on the scene with another spin for your record machine! The success of their first platter has paid off, making them in demand on the bandstand! Only a group that has gigged endlessly can exude such versatility and energy, which is heard in this new stomping release. They've come up with a sound stylistically reminiscent of The British Invasion. What they're putting down isn't some sort of nostalgia trip. This is what real Rock and Roll sounded like before hippies and squares messed everything up. The twelve tracks heard here could easily all be smash hits. Highlights include such great uptempo originals like; "It'll Be The Last Time," "Let Yourself Go," and "My Baby's Going Away." The pace is slowed down briefly on a few equally great and moody numbers; "Don't You Know," "Please Don't Cry," and "Never Have I Seen." The Outta Sites have also put their own unique brand on cool covers including James Brown's "Good Good Lovin'," The Marathon's "Peanut Butter," Willie Mitchell's "That Driving Beat" and Brian Diamond And The Cutters classic "Shake, Shout & Go." Plus the tune "Bird Doggin'," which was originally waxed by Gene Vincent. The album concludes with the amazing instrumental and organ workout, "The Mongoose." Listen to The Outta Sites latest creation and you will agree that it's just outta this world!
662222000215
Outta Sites - Rock & Roll Dance Party

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SPNO
Rel. Date: 11/18/2014
UPC: 662222000215

Rock & Roll Dance Party
Artist: Outta Sites
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $23.99
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The Outta Sites are back on the scene with another spin for your record machine! The success of their first platter has paid off, making them in demand on the bandstand! Only a group that has gigged endlessly can exude such versatility and energy, which is heard in this new stomping release. They've come up with a sound stylistically reminiscent of The British Invasion. What they're putting down isn't some sort of nostalgia trip. This is what real Rock and Roll sounded like before hippies and squares messed everything up. The twelve tracks heard here could easily all be smash hits. Highlights include such great uptempo originals like; "It'll Be The Last Time," "Let Yourself Go," and "My Baby's Going Away." The pace is slowed down briefly on a few equally great and moody numbers; "Don't You Know," "Please Don't Cry," and "Never Have I Seen." The Outta Sites have also put their own unique brand on cool covers including James Brown's "Good Good Lovin'," The Marathon's "Peanut Butter," Willie Mitchell's "That Driving Beat" and Brian Diamond And The Cutters classic "Shake, Shout & Go." Plus the tune "Bird Doggin'," which was originally waxed by Gene Vincent. The album concludes with the amazing instrumental and organ workout, "The Mongoose." Listen to The Outta Sites latest creation and you will agree that it's just outta this world!
        
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