Hectic City 6 – Leaving Here

Yo all, back again with HC6 – A change of direction from the past three sets of fresh, exciting new shit – Here’s a solid hour of fresh, exciting old shit :) – A good dig through the realms of 60s garage punk, proto rock and pumping mod. Most of the tracks date from round 1964-66, with a couple of later ones, and they’re mostly from the UK (the American equivalent deserves a mix in it’s own right, as does the rest of the world!) – Anyway, some you might know, some you might not, but just putting this together has got my pulse racing 10-20 BPM faster than usual, so hopefully it’ll have a similar effect on your good selves! Enjoy :)

Tracklist:

The Birds – Leaving Here
The Creation – Biff Bang Pow!
The Easybeats – Friday On My Mind
The Beat Merchants – Pretty Face
The Koobas – Face
The Boys Blue – You Got What I Want
The Clique – We Didn’t Kiss, We Didn’t Love, But Now We Do
The Attack – We Don’t Know
The Lancasters – Satan’s Holiday
Fire – Father’s Name Is Dad
Davy Jones & The Lower Third – You’ve Got A Habit Of Leaving
The Creation – Making Time
The Haunted – 125
Them – I Can Only Give You Everything
The Primitives – You Said
The Outer Limits – Help Me Please
The Movement – Tell Her
Cuby & The Blizzards – Your Body Not Your Soul
The Chasers – Inspiration
The Mickey Finn – Garden Of My Mind
Paul & Ritchie & The Cryin’ Shames – Come On Back
The Poets – That’s The Way It’s Got To Be
The 5AM Event – Hungry
The Beat Merchants – Messin’ With The Man
Ipissmus – Hold On
The Blue Stars – Social End Product
The Birds – No Good Without You Baby

The Kleptones – Hectic City 6 : Leaving Here (Direct Download)


10 Responses to “Hectic City 6 – Leaving Here”

  1. Björn says:

    Nice mix. Defninitely enjoying it. :)

    I’m guessing it was Satan’s Holiday that was the guitar version of In the hall of the Mountain King, it made me think of Takeshi Terauchi’s Lets go Classics (60s Japanese surfy versions of classical pieces), download here: http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2006/09/japanese_surf_v.html



  2. amanda says:

    I absolutely adore these mixes. Thank you for making them and from a completely self-serving point of view, I hope you continue. I think they’re really brilliant, and love the eclecticism both within each podcast and taken as a whole (well, as whole as six might be). Cheers!



  3. Sebastian says:

    This is great! Your mixes delivery an unique insight into modern music past/present. Please keep mixin’em.



  4. elbillo says:

    where are you eric ? I’ve been checking for new podcasts since 1-23, that’s a long time ! pleeeze I knead ya !



  5. Mitch says:

    I have to agree with elbillo’s sentiments. Your work is amazing… we need more!
    Keep it up, and thank you, by the way. This is amazing.



  6. okkie says:

    concurring with the men above me! It’s been so long and this stuff is awesome!



  7. Howl says:

    Where have you gone Erik Kleptone? We tune our lonely mp3 players to you



  8. seajay says:

    Hey, I’ve been a longtime fan of your work and just started getting into the Hectic City. All of this shit is amazing, I love it. Not enough people in the US listen to you though. I firmly represent Kleptones in all “who is the best dj” arguments, haha. Hope to hear some new stuff soon. Keep up the great work man!



  9. Kai says:

    Dont worry everyone! Haven’t you seen the front page? Mr. K is working on some “new chops”… I’m sure he has a good reason for this delay of new releases hehe. ;)



  10. earley curley says:

    awesome! this has been the soundtrack of my weekend –



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