Showing posts with label Batmobile. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Batmobile. Show all posts

Monday, 21 September 2009

Peter Pan Speedrock part II



Lucky Bastards (2003)

192kbps mp3


Spread Eagle (2005)

192kbps mp3


Peter Pan Speedrock/Zeke split (2005)

192kbps mp3


Pursuit Until Capture (2007)

VBR mp3


Cross Contamination (split w/Batmobile, 2008)

192kbps mp3


Dikke Dënnis & Friends (split w/Dikke Dënnis & The Spades, 2001)

192kbps mp3


Peter Pan Speedrock part I

Wednesday, 29 July 2009

Batmobile part III



Buried Alive (1988)

192kbps mp3


Hard Hammer Hits (1992)

320kbps mp3


Blast from the Past (1993)

160kbps mp3


Welcome to Planet Cheese (1997)

192kbps mp3


Cross Contamination (split w/Peter Pan Speedrock, 2008)

192kbps mp3


Batmobile part I
Batmobile part II


Monday, 27 July 2009

Batmobile part II



Batmobile is Dynamite (1990)

VBR mp3


Sex Starved (1991)

192kbps mp3


Midnight Maniac EP (1992)

VBR mp3


Shoot Shoot EP (1993)

320kbps mp3


Batmobile part I
Batmobile part III


Wednesday, 22 July 2009

Batmobile part I

In 1983, childhood friends and schoolmates Jeroen Haamers (guitar) and Johnny Zuidhof (drums) formed the Dutch rockabilly band Batmobile. Recruiting Jeroen’s brother Eric, the band began playing local venues, covering the likes of Elvis, Johnny Burnette and Gene Vincent. After a few years, the group decided to start writing their own material. Their songs were heavely inspired by the rockabilly past but infused with a restless and manic energy. This sound, combined with their purportedly wild live shows, attracted people from the psychobilly scene towards the band. Within some time, record labels began showing interest in Batmobile. In 1985, the group produced their first record, and continued with a successive string of albums that plunged further into the psychobilly sound. The band, however, thought that most of the bands in this genre lacked ‘creativity and musicality’. This is why Batmobile decided to play only their own sound and style, which they begin to call B-music. Like a B-movie, B-music represents bad musicians, cheap humor, horror, naked women and fun times. On the group’s tenth album, they decided to abandon the upright bass, opting for an electric bass in order to become the Motörhead of psychobilly.



Batmobile EP (1985)

128kbps mp3


Bambooland (1987)

192kbps mp3


Bail Was Set at $6,000,00 (1988)

160kbps mp3


Amazons from Outer Space (1989)

320kbps mp3


Batmobile part II
Batmobile part III


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