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benbenek

It's definitely a close draw.

HOWEVER...

I declare Motorcycle Scramble the winner by a hair because of the number entitled "Spokane Drop Out" - I'm sure in 60s motorcycle lingo it meant something else...but Spokane Drop Out sounds like a chick frm Washington state who got involved with the Manson Family

2 thumbs up on both records...posting loud moto-psycho records is what the internet's all about..

I'll try The Groupies...at first I wasn't interested, but now...

mikey

I will listen to them tonight and tomorrow before I declare my winner.

mikey

Who Revs and Rocks Supreme

I like "Ready Steady GO!" by The Scramblers as a better first track. Gets me revving. "Start Your Engines" is cool too. But "Bonneville" is where The Scramblers really won me over. I dig that barely audible piano. You know it's "moto-psycho" when dirt bike engines are mixed louder than the piano!

Two awesome albums. There really are too many good tracks on both albums to comment on. Ask me again after a few more listens and I might change my mind. But at this point, The Scramblers win this throwdown.

Thanks RecordBrother!

Dean

Do you have theser MP3s somewhere? I can't seem to find the links to any music from the Motorcycle Scramble album, or the other one for that matter. Please advise

Dean

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