Monday, April 18, 2016

VA - Mini Hits Of Minneapolis LP 84


What a treasure this compilation turned out to be for someone like me who was born 'a stones throw' from the Mississippi in Minneapolis.  I thought it said MTV hits at first with the clever logo.  Here is who is on this:  Joe Shalita, The Early Mammals (I remember this song from grade school!!), Johnny Rey and the Reaction (a new track for the folks who keep requesting the band--and he is gigging again), Two Guys, Flamin' Oh's (another new track from what we have here!), The Idle Strand (search for more here), What If (been waiting to post this band as I have a tenative theme waiting to post), Go Great Guns, Product (I think we posted them), Tom Bright, Idiot Savant (have featured them along with different band named 'Savant').  This comp. is absolutely GOLDEN for me to find and I guess the Early Mammals only released one album in their short history but the song here I remember that "ooh Ooh" song from long ago as they played it quite a bit on the radio but in the early seventies.
http://www104.zippyshare.com/v/tswPIdgM/file.html

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

As of today your files links are being blocked as forgeries. Maybe it's just my software that comes with Charter.

Viacomclosedmedown on youtube said...

I would guess it's your software...Hell, I'm competition to them they can do what they want and FTW! We are competition and I only have a VCR and DVD/Laptop at my home to do streaming from VHS I find at the Good Will (I now live near one of their unique 'Bucket Stores' which come from other stores in roller tables they refresh with new stuff constantly from other stores before the unwanted stuff goes overseas). Gosh I must be listening and getting influenced by a new band I found, RASA where self interest becomes reality as I am also next town over from the World's Largest Record Store and thirdly in a career position after returning to my original engineering specialty (this is why I got my thirties off with occasional contracts and short term positions--but not sure if I would recommend this path as we still haven't got the recently healthy American food into the "Loaves and Fishes" free meal programs yet. Still too much free food made my ignorant maintenance people who simply put more processed carb's instead of sugar even tho' it's the same thing to our bodies. Yeah I get a VIRUS alert a work occasionally when I go to my buddies blogs on Google Chrome like Wildevilman's excellent "Why Do THings Have To Change?", Mr. Poopy's "Glorify THe Turd", "Dr. Drunk Ruins It For Everybody", "City Of Dust" (great writing and fun to read! and John is from our old "Extreme Noise" records scene in Mpls. and the annual Lake St. block party I used to attend to see bands in on my favorite street in the USA) but yeah that red warning I just click to see my computer's download list and turn off the warning to keep file 'cuz cousin you can trust us! We are aqpproachable unlike the legend Pablo 'the Bomber' who had the best 60's and 13th Floor Elevators collection I have ever seen and now own which includes different song versions from their hard to find 8 track tape. This blog and PUnknotprofit got me realizing my longtime desire to digitize my college record collection from 86-91 is when I attended the U of MN but I am from there also.

Graeme Price said...

No, it's Zippyshare. All my blog links are giving the Malicious Site (Web Forgery) message. So it's not your site, it's Zippyshare itself.

Viacomclosedmedown on youtube said...

No, I understand that is where it originates, but it goes to my Windows 7 downloader bottom bar and won't let me download it. But then I just open up to show all downloads and it has an option to 'remove quarantined' and then I proceed to download file then. However, I haven't found this flexible option with the new Windows 10 when my work computer automatically MADE ME SWITCH from Windows 7 to 10. I think it is Nazi controllers trying to rob you of any history you are actually entitled to by your birthright on this planet. Trap Them do what you may but get through this thing and help us.

PoodleHead2005 said...

Speaking of Minneapolis bands, do you happen to have Limited Warranty's "Elements" 5-song EP from 1983? I've been wanting to hear it for a while! :)

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