Thursday, January 14, 2010


I thought I'd close out 70s hard rock week here at Pukekos with two of my favorite records from the era.

It occurred to me that as awesome as these records are, they were probably even better live. I'm sure it doesn't hurt that the drummer went on to play with Richard Hell (although you might know him better as Marky Ramone), and the guitar player produced some Kiss records too.

You could have some transcendental experiences listening to these if you aren't careful.

Seriously, if you enjoyed this week I saved the best for last, etc.

Ladies and gentlemen, for your listening pleasure, Dust.

Dust (Kama Sutra)

1. Stone Woman
2. Chasin' Ladies
3. Goin' Easy
4. Love Me Hard
5. From A Dry Camel
6. Often Shadows Felt
7. Loose Goose

Hard Attack (Kama Sutra)

1. Pull Away/So Many Times
2. Walk In The Soft Rain
3. Thusly Spoken
4. Learning To Die
5. All In All
6. I Been Thinkin
7. Ivory
8. How Many Horses
9. Suicide
10. Entrance


Jake said...

Wasn't that second cover also on one of the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons manuals?

rob said...

thanks... i remember hearing about this band through the ramones connection... but this is the first chance i've had to listen. good shit.