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Various Artists - Rockabilly & Psychobilly Madness (2011)
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1. Planet Earth
2. I Kissed a Ghoul
4. Shut Up & Drive
5. Holy Hack Jack
7. Never Gonna Give You Up
8. Gravedigger Rock
9. Drop It Like It's Hot
10. Shot My Baby for Christmas
11. Rock This Town
12. Hell Bop
13. These Boots Were Made for Walkin'
14. Your Cheating Heart
15. Good Rockin' Tonight
16. Goo Goo Muck
17. Faster Pussycat Kill Kill
18. Johnny Cynic
20. Wooly Bully
1. Enter Sandman
2. Sleep Tight
4. Bad Romance
5. Gotta Go
6. Uncontrollable Urge
7. Round & Round
8. Your Time Is Up
9. King Leer
10. Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer
11. Ballroom Blitz
12. Stray Cat Strut (Acoustic Version)
13. Should I Stay or Should I Go
14. Enjoy the Silence
15. Sunglasses After Dark
16. Woodpecker Rock
18. Fool's Paradise
19. Bad Moon Rising
20. Little Red Riding Hood
Originally conceived as a single disc called Psychobilly Goes Pop and featuring contemporary rockabilly bands covering various pop hits, this set is now expanded (and renamed) with a second disc that adds in tracks from Dale Hawkins, Wanda Jackson, Dwight Pullen, and others, as well as a couple of psychobilly romps through holiday music, the Vaudevilles' “Shot My Baby for Christmas” and Thee Merry Widows' amped-up version of “Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer,” to make a nicely balanced and varied look at modern and contemporary rockabilly. ~ Steve Leggett