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20th Anniversary Album

Frantic Flintstones

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British psychobilly pioneers the Frantic Flintstones celebrate the two decades since the release of their first album with 20th Anniversary Album, a well-chosen compilation of fan favorites. Unlike many of their peers, the Frantic Flintstones are not genre purists, and they're willing to throw some surf, jazz and other influences into their punk and rockabilly stew: they even pay tribute to ska legend Prince Buster with "Frantic," which is simply Buster's "Madness" (the song covered by the group Madness on their first album) with their own band name inserted into the lyrics. Other covers include the Clash's reggae anthem "Bankrobber," the '50s novelty "Witch Doctor" and, improbably, a surprisingly straightforward and respectful take on Stealers Wheel's "Stuck in the Middle with You." The originals are perhaps a bit less memorable, but they showcase the group's instrumental strengths well. There's little here for completists or rarities hunters, but it's an excellent introduction for the uninitiated.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Credited as one of the innovators of the psychobilly scene, the Frantic Flintstones have been kicking around the underground since the beginning of the '80s. They have been releasing albums steadily since their inception, often working with Sharks frontman Alan Wilson....
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