Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Jimi Lalumia & The Psychotic Frogs

I apologize for the recent utter negligence. No excuses really, just another lazy episode. But I promise the following weeks will make up for the lost time. A very special treat for all you 70's KBD fans out there.

Let's kick things off with 1977's debut 7'' from Jimi Lalumia & The Psychotic Frogs. The band hailed from none other than New York City & played Max's Kansas City quite often. The title track is a humurous middle finger to the disco era. Flipside is a nice cover of the classic surf track Wipeout. Their vulgar X-rated version of the Beatles classic Eleanor Rigby found on the Typically Tasteless E.P. would go on to be comped on Killed By Death #14. I believe he's still going today with some kind of dance music. Total 180, I know. Enjoy!

Death To Disco 7''

Death To Disco
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Anonymous said...

thanks, luv it;
I have done some dance solo tracks, but The Psychotic Frogs re emerged with the CBGB tribute, "New York City Song" as a red vinyl 7 inch, right after CB's closed; check it out on You tube, just type lalumia in the search box for live versions of "Devil", "Eleanor" and "NYC"

Cialis said...

What are you talking about? Why negligence? Do not say it again... I think you are doing an important contribution and you mustn't feel like that, it's all about feelings. You aren't lazy, everyone have the same problem dear blogger.