Saturday, July 22, 2006

More Rare Bubblegum Volume 5

Don't know much about this compilation. I got it a long time ago on p2p and I've never been able to find out any info on it on the web. It might be a private compilation. I only have volumes 4 & 5. I have a feeling though with all the bubblegum music floating around now, I'm not sure how rare these are anymore, but in any case, enjoy!

Track List:

01 - Music Explosion - Sunshine Games
02 - The Bumbles - Beep Beep
03 - The Others - Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep
04 - Hardy Boys - Let the Sun Shine Down
05 - Third Rail - The Ballad of General Humpty
06 - The Four Fuller Brothers - Groupie
07 - Giorgio - How Much Longer Must I Wait, Wait
08 - Pinky & Persky - Pushbike Song
09 - Mike Appel - I'm Gonna Give You Good Lovin'
10 - Street People - All Night Long
11 - Blowtorch - C'mon Get It
12 - Flying Circus - La La
13 - Derek - Back Door Man
14 - Sweet Bippies - Bubblegum Music
15 - Robbs - Cynthia Loves
16 - Yummies - Hippie Lady
17 - Unchained Minds - Everyday
18 - Plebeian Rebellion - Lotta Lovin'
19 - Layng Martine, Jr. - Love Comes and Goes
20 - Kasenetz-Katz Super Circus - I Got It Bad for You
21 - Andy Kim - Gee Girl
22 - 1910 Fruitgum Co - Shirley Applegate
23 - Tommy Roe - Sha Na Na Na
24 - Ohio Express - Come On Down Maryann
25 - Sunny Four - Why Not
26 - Status Quo - Sheila
27 - Royal Guardsmen - I Need You Girl
28 - Professor Morrison's Lollipop - Itchy, Itchy
29 - Grassroots - Things I Should Have Said
30 - Robin McNamara - Got To Believe In Love

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Great posts! love these bubblegums' stuffs!
Thanks Riggoletto!

So nice to hear. Glad you're enjoying them!
I dig the heck out of compilations like this! :)

super selection!
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