This is not the comp by the same name put out on DelFi.
Popular "Hot Rod Music" saw its heyday during the late 1950's and early-mid 1960's. The most well known songs were penned and performed mainly by a small group of young Southern California musicians and part-time hot rodders in '63 - '64. But most of us real rockers know that as soon as the first automobile wheels began rolling off the assembly lines of Detroit, real "hot rod" records began rolling onto jukeboxes and DJ's turntables. "Hot Rod Boogies" waved the starting flag for many a car enthusiast's imagination and sparked the beginning of a musical genre all it's own. Authentic mid 1950's rockabilly music can trace much of it's early inspiration and fast rhythms to a teenager's love of driving fast cars and owning hopped-up rods.
Today's rockabilly musicians are working wonders with the sounds that popular culture has long since forgotten or cast onto the scrap heap. Using the 'spare parts' of vintage 50's sounds, classic instrumentation & some garage honed talent -and then inspired by the "kustom" kings of old, modern rockabilly acts have crafted some truly killer recordings, driving that original spirit blazing back onto the modern hepcat scene. Much like the original hot rodders who were often limited by materials, time and money, these 21st century rockers have fashioned streamlined, stripped down and scorching retro roots rock music with all the same fire, flash and fury as their original 1950's heroes.
Like the curves in a Von Dutch pinstripe that bend and blend into the perfect work of kustom art, so too does this record combine that original kustomizing spirit of the "old rat rodders" and the vintage car sounds that we love (Hillbilly, Rhythm N' Blues, Novelty & Rockabilly!), welding them into something cooler, faster and BETTER! And that's what we have here today, race fans: a real souped up gow job of a hot rod platter! Rhythm Bomb's own musical mechanics (and a few hand selected mercenaries) have chopped, channeled and 'hopped' up 22 instant car classics for your driving and listening pleasure! Remarkably, most are all NEW original tracks, with just a scant 5 retreads (covers) under the hood. What you have here in your greasy hands is the perfect soundtrack for an afternoon wrenching in the garage, an evening cruise or a late night drag on the outskirts of town.
That same rebellious fever and need for something "just a bit faster and a lot cooler" is what fuels these tracks here, so please... take it easy 'round them curves! -Del Villarreal DJ
1. Eddy & The Backfires - I Feel Rockin
2. Hopped Up - Hopped Up
3. Satellite V - Speed Limit Daddy
4. Ike and the Capers - Love My Ford
5. Bones Maki - Tiger In The Tank
6. Kieron Mc Donald - Dragstrip Girl
7. Cherry Casino - Hospital Blues
8. Rayburn Anthony - Cool Cool Car
9. Doug Wilshire - Long Gone Baby
10. Roundup Boys - Im On My Way
11. Cumnerland Runners - Paradise Road
12. Fireball Steven - Hot Rod Daddy
13. Ballroom Rockets - Ridin In The Moonlight
14. Chrome Daddies - Brand New Caddilac
15. George and the Hustlers - Golden Rocket
16. Eddy & The Backfires - Hot Rods On Main
17. Charlie Gracie - Im Movin On
18. Wailin Elroys - Hot Rod Road
19. Cumberland Runners - Kentucky Moonshine
20. Pep Torres - Meter Maid
21. Roundup Boys - Gonna Find My Car
22. Satellite V - Hillbilly Nitro
23. Johnny Law - Whitewall Boogie
24. Rusty & The Dragstrip Trio - Rock Bop Trio
25. Wailin Elroys - Studebaker Boogie
26. Dreamers - Trail Burning
27. Mystery Gang - Bang Bang Boogie