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Old 02-02-2009, 04:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Michigan Nuggets (url inside) - 60's Detroit Era

I searched for songs on "Almost Famous" and came across the track "looking at you" by MC5, which is a fantastic song!

But I couldn't find a MC5 album on the internet, but instead found a link to

Michigan Nuggets - a compilation (2000) with rarities and hits from the Detroit Era in the 60s

I'll just paste a description from some other site:

"A limited edition (1000 copies), unauthorized double album of Michigan rock from the '60s. It's real difficult to find these days, but it's one of the very best garage-oriented compilations of the era, and a pretty diverse one. There's hot White soul from the Rationals, a rare single by the Amboy Dukes, fetchingly raw folk-rock from the Human Beinzs and the Underdogs, burning garage punk from the Unrelated Segments, and even a castrato Four Seasons imitation by Tim Tam & the Turn-Ons. The heart of the collection, however, are the five early, pre-Elektra sides by the MC5, which are garage rock at its most metallic and furious, and the Dylanesque mid-'60s hard rock sides by Bob Seger, a good decade before he broke nationally. The sound is excellent, as are the liner notes; it's worth paying collector prices for".

the tracklist is:
1. The Woolies - Who Do You Love,
2. Bob Seger & The Last Heard - East Side Story,
3. The Rationals - Respect,
4. MC5 - Looking At You,
5. The Unrelated Segments - Where You Gonna Go?,
6. The Shy Guys - We Gotta Go,
7. Underdogs - Love's Gone Bad,
8. Terry Knight & The Pack - What's On Your Mind?,
9. The Human Beings - Because I Love Her,
10. MC5 - Borderline,
11. The Tidal Waves - Farmer John,
12. Bob Seger & The Last Heard - Persecution Smith,
13. ? & The Mysterians - Can't Get Enough of You Baby,
14. Southbound Freeway - Psychedelic Used Car Lot Blues,
15. The Rationals - Sing,
16. The Wanted - In the Midnight Hour,
17. The Rationals - Leavin' Here,
18. The Bob Seger System - Lookin' Back,
19. MC5 - I Can Only Give You Everything,
20. The Amboy Dukes - You Talk Sunshine, I Breathe Fire,
21. Underdogs - The Man In the Glass,
22. MC5 - One of the Guys,
23. Bob Seger & The Last Heard - Chain Smokin',
24. Dr. Jack Van Impe - An Important Message,
25. Bob Seger & The Last Heard - Heavy Music, Pt. 2,
26. The Rationals - I Need You,
27. MC5 - I Just Don't Know,
28. Tim Tam & The Turn-Ons - Wait a Minute,
29. Ormandy - Good Day,
30. The Beach Bums - Ballad of the Yellow Beret,
31. Bob Seger & The Last Heard - Sock It to Me, Santa.

I'm new to that kind of music, but I can't stop listening to this compilation.

PM me for the link
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The title was "greatest alternative song," but you're saying it can't be popular now? So what is this thread? The best shit song to come out since 1999?

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Old 02-04-2009, 03:51 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I mean seriously, get it!
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Old 02-04-2009, 05:10 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I am very intrigued about this compilation. At least 25 years ago I think I had this on cassette but your source says it is from 2000. Anyway I am d/loading it for old times sake as the cassette is long gone.
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Gotta remove the link I'm afraid
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mm yeah right, thats ok
though I didn't get, we're allowed to make mixtapes (of protected songs) and put a link on here, but not a whole album?
but I won't complain, the mixtape topic is great
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Old 02-04-2009, 10:40 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Try this one mate



1. Looking At You
2. Black To Comm
3. I Just Don't Know
4. Little Red Riding Grmph
5. I Don't Mind
6. Break Time
7. One Of The Guys
8. Look What You've Done
9. Baby Please Don't Go
10. I'm A Man
11. I Can Only Give You Everything
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And this one pretty much covers everything



1. I'm So Glad - THE SCOT RICHARD CASE
2. Looking At You - THE MC5
3. Somehow - THE THYME
4. Stranded In The Jungle - THE APOSTLES
5. Get The Picture - THE SCOT RICHARD CASE
6. Wanna Walk Down - THE THYME
7. She Is A Friend - RAIN
8. Easy Way Out - THE BOSSMEN
9. Time Of The Season - THE THYME
10. Midnight To Six Man - THE SCOT RICHARD CASE
11. Tired Of Waiting For You - THE APOSTLES
12. Borderline - THE MC5
13. I Found You - THE THYME
14. Who Is That Girl - THE SCOT RICHARD CASE
15. Get Down - HALF LIFE
16. I'm A Man - THE PRIME MOVERS
17. Love To Love - THE THYME
18. Just Like An Aborigine - THE UP
19. I Cannot Stop You - THE BOSSMEN
20. Very Last Day - THE THYME
21. Cobwebs & Strange - THE SCOT RICHARD CASE
22. Listen My Girl - THE BOSSMEN
23. Window Song - THE THYME
24. Mystery Man (demo) - **** WAGNER & THE FROST
25. I Found A Love - THE THYME
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mm yeah right, thats ok
though I didn't get, we're allowed to make mixtapes (of protected songs) and put a link on here, but not a whole album?
but I won't complain, the mixtape topic is great
A personal mixtape is not an official release so we can allow links of that nature.
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Old 10-23-2009, 09:31 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Oh yeah michigan nuggets is/was my favourite album when i actually had it in my possession. I had No. 257 of 1000 (rubber stamped). It was clean white double album sleeve with a colour printed piece of paper stuck on as the front cover. What was cool was the picture of Iggy pop hand drawn, a direct copy of the raw power cover, but instead he was holding a large spoon instead of a mic and there ws like a bowl of cereal and the words nuggets - can't remember, but it was cool (funny thing-no stooges/iggy on the album). Also there was some really cool photos and descriptions of all the bands. Some were just made up e.g there a description of "Binky Diamond" lead singer of the tidal waves and the photo was supposed to be taken just before his onstage electrocution!! lots of funny stuff like that-which for year I thought was true. Who ever the dude was who put the thing out did it as a real labour of love - I heard it was some Detroit Radio DJ dunno? Anyways I leant it to some chick in the late 80s trying to impress her-and never got the thing back.. sure sticks in my brain though
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Thumbs up Love Nuggets

you mean this one......Nuggets

yes i have it..its great!
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