Satelliters, The / Satelliters, The
Album: Satelliters, The   Collection:General
Artist:Satelliters, The   Added:Oct 2006
Label:Dionysus/Hell Yeah  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2006-11-19 Pull Date: 2007-01-21
Week Ending: Jan 21 Jan 14 Dec 24 Dec 17 Dec 3 Nov 26
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 4 5

Recent Airplay
1. Jan 18, 2007: Fiction Romance
Blue Girl (The Bad Rhoads)
4. Dec 12, 2006: How Many Licks Does It Take, Mr. Owl
Our World Will Pass
2. Jan 09, 2007: How Many Licks Does It Take, Mr. Owl?
Our World Will Pass
5. Dec 02, 2006: New World Bloodstains
Where Do We Go?
3. Dec 19, 2006: How Many Licks Does It Take, Mr. Owl?
Our World Will Pass
6. Dec 02, 2006: Biff Bang Pow
Where Do We Go?

Album Review
Elias (Dr Furious)
Reviewed 2006-11-12
Fasten your seat-belts: 60s garage-rock revival still going strong in Germany. Hailing from Franfurt, the Satelliters are English-speaking take-no-prisoners 60s garage-punk psych rock! Vintage sound and attitude. Organ, fuzz, and reverb. For the fans of Fuzztones, Captain Beefheart, Electric Prunes, Seeds, Knaves, Bad Rhodes, Count V and of the mid 60s garage-psych era of Nuggets comp fame. Such an authentic sound, you would never guess that this was recorded in 2005 and by Germans no less. Not that there is anything wrong with that... on the legendary Arizona-based garage-rock label Dionysus to boot. Kick ass!
Play: 5, 2, 6, 4,
1. High energy. Swampy instrumentation but with catchy vocal harmonies. Think Fuzztones!
2. Listen to that guitar. It's like I am hearing the Electric Prunes. Edgy but yet melodic. Psychedelic but yet very punk.
3. Cover of a great Knaves tune. Upbeat, catchy, and dance-y.
4. Punky. Dirty and swampy. Megatons of fuzz and reverb.
5. Gawd... Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band... zig zag wanderer... Safe as Milk. Nuff said!
6. Fuck yeah! Another awesome cover of this classic garage-punk unknown! Full-speed fuzz-driven guitar riff pounding the crap out of you.

Track Listing
1. It's Not True   4. Our World Will Pass
2. Where Do We Go?   5. Six Days Are Gone
3. Your Stuff (The Knaves)   6. Blue Girl (The Bad Rhoads)