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Friday, November 16, 2007

The Mummies - Shitsville (1990)

This album was originally posted by hdvns on Thee Head Vein blog. Be sure to check it out if you haven't already.

The Mummies' Shitsville 7-inch is a pretty damn remarkable one. Though released very early in their career, it still contains four of their best songs: "(Doin') The Kirk," "A Girl Like You," "Die!," and "That's Mighty Childish." The Mummies couldn't have known at this point the impact they would have on the garage-punk movement, but you can't tell that from listening to Shitsville.
(Year of Release: 1990)

Track List:
1. A Girl Like You
2. That's Mighty Childish
3. (Doin') The Kirk
4. Die!

Download: The Mummies - Shitsville


hdvns said...

I randomly checked your blog and see that you've been posting again. And you live in Amsterdam, a city I know quite well. Welcome back!

Zer0_II said...

Thanks for the welcome back. It's good to see you hear again. Thanks for putting this album up. It's one of the few that I didn't have of the Mummies. Hope to see you around here more in the future.