014Various The Ultimate 50’s Rockin’ Sci-Fi Disc CD-014

Released: OUT OF PRINT

A Unique Collection of Original Sci-Fi influenced The Ultimate 50s Rockin’ Sci-Fi Disc High Octane Rock ‘n’ Roll & Hillbilly Boogie from 1950’s America. For the first time ever ,these unique 1950’s Rock ‘n’ Roll and Hill-Billy Boogie 45’s have been put together in a collection.- It tells the story of 1950’s America ,charting events such as: Space Travel-Teenage Rebellion-Flying Saucers-Satellites-invasions by little green men and the paranoia surrounding the birth of the atomic bomb. This is the golden age of Rock ‘n’ Roll and an important cultural record of a time when no one knew what the hell was going to happen next! -They don’t make them like this anymore!

 

TRACKS PRESS

1. ‘Flying Saucer Boogie’ by Eddie Cletro and his Round Up Boys
2. ‘Rocket in my Pocket’ by Jimmy Lloyd
3. ‘Creature from Outer Space’ by Sonny Day
4. ‘Flying Saucers Rock ‘n’ Roll’ by Billy Lee Riley and his Little Green Men
5. ‘Satellite Baby’ by Skip Stanley
6. ‘First Man on Mars’ by Jackie Fantheree
7. ‘Sputnicks and Mutnicks’ by Ray Anderson and The Homefolks
8. ’50 Megatons’ by Sonny Russell
9. ‘Martian Band’ by The Wildtones
10. ‘Shootin’ for the Moon’ by Carl and Norman
11. ‘Rocket Trip’ by Jackie Lowell
12. ‘Trip to the Moon’ by Wesley Reynolds”
13. ‘Rock on Mars’ by Terry Dunavan
14. ‘Satellite Fever- Asiatic Flu’ by Paul Perryman
15. ‘Orbit with me’ by Sonny Sheather
16. ‘Man from Mars’ by Butch Paulson
17. ‘Rock Old Sputnick’ by Nelson Young
18. ‘I’m Building a ???( on the Moon)’ by Weldon Rogers
19. ’The Boppin’ Martian’ by Dick Robinson
20. ‘Rock on the Moon’ by Jimmy Stewart

  • ‘Virtually all of these records reflect a naive, comic strip view of the unknown, which makes them all the more fun to hear now- ‘they’re outta sight man’ Bob Solly-Record Collector -March 2003
  • ‘Hallucinating wildly about living with little green men,in a Martian utopia,where the nuclear powered juke box rocks all night’ Andy Fyfe- Q- April 2003
  • ‘All of these records reflect a naive,comic-strip view of the unknown,which makes them all the more fun to hear now. They’re outta sight , man’ Record Collector, 1/2 page review , March 2003
  • ‘Twenty original extraterrestrial blasts from the 50’s for those who want to get cosmically gone.A thorough compilation’ John Savage, MOJO, April 2003
  • ‘Its all good fun and nothig less than interesting. Something here to suit all rockin’ tastes’ Buzz Aldrin, Now Dig This, April 2003
  • ‘If Quentin Tarantino ever nails that elusive road movie on Mars, this is your soundtrack’ Rob Hughes, Uncut, May 2003
  • ‘It’s all glorious, romping fun’ The Word , May 2003