Artist: The Satellites
Title: Crash Landing
Style: Rockabilly, Rock and Roll, Rockin' Blues
Hot Rockin’ Night
Baby, Honey, Sugar
There's Place in Space
Make No Love
The One I Adore
Oh Oh Baby
The Satellites are a Rock ‘n’ Roll quintet from outer space. They are touring around Europe to bring their 1950s sound as a musical radiation to earth. Concentrated on early Rock ‘n’ Roll and Blues of the 1920s, a temperature of millions of Kelvin arises in the audience during their show. Allow yourself to be swept along on a journey through another orbit exploring the galaxy of The Satellites – don’t forget your dancing shoes! The Satellites have been on a secret mission called “exhibition to earth” when the connection to the space ship got lost. As the rescue squad arrived at the crash site solely a box with tapes in it was found. With these tapes the band introduces their second album on El Toro Records: CRASH LANDING.
Furthermore the leader of the exhibition received a limited extended player by the crew called “HOMELESS”. This 7” contains four tracks, amongst others the title track Homeless, which speaks about prejudices.
The A-side ends with the track Garage Party. As a special it’s only available on the present vinyl. This tune is about a specific venue on earth the band played several times before.
So take your time to check out the new records by THE SATELLITES!
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