Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Super Rock

Here's a real rare treat for you. This rip is from a three-LP set featuring hits of the day by a group called the Candy Rock Generation, of whom I can find no information. They could be some sort conglomeration of sessioners, but that may not be likely as many of the performances are pretty wobbly. My set is not in the best of shape, so sorry about the surface noise and occasional skip (if anyone with the inclination and technology would like to clean this up and repost, be my guest). At any rate, this one's a lot of fun. More info here.

Update: Check the comments for newly updated links.

Part One and Part Two


  1. Hi!! do you have the len chandler albums to post? thanks for all the sharing, hope this blog continues forever!!

  2. Ah, eventually I can do something for you (I mean after benefitting all those years from your offers). To cut a long story short, since I have the inclination and technology to clean up records (digitally)(and can't stand crackling records), I picked up on your invitation and was rather succesful. I hope my work (it was a whole lot) wasn't in vain, it's not perfect but a real improvement, now it's even more lot of fun (seldom that I like a record that much).
    Part 1: http://www59.zippyshare.com/v/K0ztaLTz/file.html
    Part 2: http://www59.zippyshare.com/v/DrCNbTrN/file.html

    If you don't mind, I'll place it on my own blog http://schnickschnackmixmax.blogspot.com, too.

  3. This is fantastic! Thanks so much!

  4. ... oh, and feel free to repost it. I dig your site ... love the Dunhill and Capitol compilations. Very hard to find.

  5. Mondo Exploito dot blogspot is one of the top blogs in my humble opinion, it most definitely is in my top 10 favorites of the 200 odd ones i follow regularly, and NONE of those others can hold a candle to the depth to which mondo exploito has sought through the labyrinthine annals of Budget, Sound-Alike, and pure exploitation records (my very favorite genre) bringing forward lost and near-forgotten treasures on a regular basis. A schlock-hound like me will fill hard drives when discovering a treasure trove such as good ol' www.mondoexploito.blogspot.com and you would be wise to +1 follow and fill yer boots pardner.

    Only one complaint... often the tracks are not broken up on the uploaded files. kinda hurts the playability on playlists, DJing, and generally getting your very favorite song queued up conveniently.

    yeah man, separate the tracks. especially that 18th Century Concepts on you posted! there's deep cuts on that baby that might otherwise go unlistened to.

  6. Check the posts ... many with single tracks have been replaced with separate tracks.