Subtitled "Raw 'n' Crude Mid-60s Garage Punk!". Contains most of the vinyl versions of Back From The Grave 1, Back From The Grave 2 and half of Back From The Grave 3. While the back cover lists the artists as Elite, Jujus, Fabs etc. the booklet lists them as The Elite, The Jujus, The Fabs etc. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
It was released on October 10, 2000.
1. Various Artists - Back From The Grave, Volume Five (Full Album) (1965-1967) (re-1985). Published: 10 months ago. Duration: 37:19. By. Track List: 1. Humans - Warning 2. The Warlords - Real Fine Lady 3. Vestells - Won't You Tell Me 4. The Illusions - City Of People. 2. Various Artists - Back From The Grave, Volume Six (Full Album) (1964-1967) (re-1985). 7. Back From The Grave VOL LP (GARAGE 60'S). Published: 6 months ago. Duration: 40:12.
The AARP The Magazine article mentions Mike Stax a couple of times: Unbeknownst to any Sloths, ‘Makin’ Love’ had become an object of fascination after it landed on an influential LP compilation in the early 1980s. Makin’ Love was the standout track on that album. So primal, so elemental. It had that caveman primitivism about i. In 2015, the Sloths put out their first album, Back from the Grave, named after the garage-rock compilation album, Back from the Grave, Volume 4 that brought the band back from obscurity, and with similar album art. (June 2017).
Back form the Grave (series). Compilation album series by. Various Artists. The eight vinyl albums are titled consecutively "Back From The Grave, Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4, Vulume 5, Volume 6, Volume 7, Volume 8, Volume 9, and Voume 1. In similar fashion the five CDs are titled "Back from the Grave, Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4, Volume 8, and Volumes 9 & 10" (which are both included on one CD). There are no volums 5, 6, or 7 for the CDs. Two separate LPs for Volume 9 and 10 were released in 2015 as well one CD, released the same year, which combines Volumes 9 and 10 onto one double-length disc.
an unusually pure and primitive strain. No psychedelia, no hippy rock and no late '60s acid rock
|A2||–Jujus*||Do You Understand Me|
|A4||–Alarm Clocks*||No Reason To Complain|
|A5||–Fabs*||That's The Bag I'm In|
|A7||–Bel-Aires*||Ya Ha Be Be|
|A8||–Legends*||I'll Come Again|
|B1||–Rats*||Rat's Revenge Part 1|
|B2||–Rats*||Rat's Revenge Part 2|
|B3||–One Way Streets*||We All Love Peanut Butter|
|B4||–Larry And The Blue Notes||Night Of The Phantom|
|B5||–One Way Streets*||Jack The Ripper|
- Distributed By – EFA – LP 11519-08
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-33088
NotesOn front cover (in blue/purple colors):
"Rockin' 1966 Punkers!"
On back cover:
Jacket made in Canada
Ⓒ 1986 Crypt Records
2000 Hamburg 36
On vinyl labels (yellow with red fonts):
Ⓒ 1983 Crypt Records
The catalog number found on spine is "CRYPT 003".
The catalog number found on back cover is "CRYPT LP-001".
Includes insert with bands information.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 016022 100037
- Matrix / Runout (Vinyl Label, Side A): CR-001a
- Matrix / Runout (Vinyl Label, Side B): CR-001b
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): CR001 A S-33088
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): CR001 B S-33088
|CRYPT RR-66||Various||Back From The Grave (LP, Comp)||Crypt Records||CRYPT RR-66||US||1983|
|CR-6601, V-30-ST-7288||Various||Back From The Grave (LP, Comp, RE)||Crypt Records, Voxigrave||CR-6601, V-30-ST-7288||France||1984|
|CRYPT 001||Various||Back From The Grave (LP, Comp, RP)||Crypt Records||CRYPT 001||1986|
|CR-001, CRYPT LP 001||Various||Back From The Grave (LP, Comp, RP)||Crypt Records, Crypt Records||CR-001, CRYPT LP 001||US||1984|
|CRYPT LP-001||Various||Back From The Grave Volume One (LP, Comp, RP)||Crypt Records||CRYPT LP-001||US||2006|