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8 Replies to “ The Horde - Press Buttons Firmly ”

  1. Goltirg says:
    Jul 05,  · The Horde - Press Buttons Firmly LP (+ ep). Rarest 60s garage album by North Carolina students from early Painstakingly remastered at KSL. First come with free unreleased 4-track 7".
  2. Gall says:
    Jan 15,  · The Horde - Press Buttons Firmly This late 60's garage rock gem came to me via my friend Jared whose uncle was a member of this Durham, NC area quintet. Seeing a Break-A-Way Records reissue, this album encapsulates the Nuggets/Pebbles era garage rock to a blackhammerfelhaninshawield.infoinfo: Moonparty.
  3. Grozshura says:
    horde - press buttons firmly (3rd cover) LP (12"/10" Album) · BREAK-A-WAY · 04/03/ · in GARAGE / BEAT / SURF / ROCK'N'ROLL A repress of copies coming with three different handmade, lavish front covers of copies each.
  4. Maugor says:
    May 27,  · Without a doubt The Horde were far more deeply influenced by Van Morrison’s “Gloria” and the organ runs of “Mystic Eyes” than most record collectors care to admit, and believe me, this album’s all about the collector, as Press Buttons Firmly (with the album title taken from the label affixed to a handheld grenade launcher) consists of the band strolling though /5(13).
  5. Salkree says:
    The Horde (4) Press Buttons Firmly ‎ (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RP) Break-A-Way Records, Break-A-Way Records: BREAK /1, BREAK Germany: Sell This Version/5(2).
  6. Dibar says:
    May 27,  · Without a doubt The Horde were far more deeply influenced by Van Morrison’s “Gloria” and the organ runs of “Mystic Eyes” than most record collectors care to admit, and believe me, this album’s all about the collector, as Press Buttons Firmly (with the album title taken from the label affixed to a handheld grenade launcher) consists of the band strolling though /5(11).
  7. Nik says:
    The Horde - Press Buttons Firmly LP (+ ep). Rarest 60s garage album by North Carolina students from early Rarest 60s garage album by North Carolina students from early Painstakingly remastered at KSL.
  8. Meztilar says:
    Undoubtedly the most exciting mid sixties garage album to be recently discovered in the genre, is that by The Horde from North Carolina. The existence of this self produced album came to collectors ears and eyes only about a year ago.

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