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Wax! Crackle! Pop! #69: Mummies Maz and Russell sits n spins!

Monday, June 29


Friends of rock n roll, DJ Jim G is thrilled to welcome San Francisco icons Maz Kattuah and Russell Quan from the Mummies and The Phantom Surfers (among many others) on W!C!P!

The Mummies are the greatest live rock n roll band. EVER. Don’t believe me? COME ON UP.

A week before they unleash the fury all over their Burger Boogaloo headline spot, Maz and Russell stopped by to spin some records and speak about the “budget rock” scene they helped build alongside numerous other DIY garage bands from the bay area. From humble beginnings that quickly blew up ending the 80’s with an insane sonic blast and charging into the new decade, leading a dedicated underground following that kicked off the 90’s revival garage punk rock movement worldwide.



Come On Up by The Mummies from Never Been Caught (1992)
Lookin For Danger by Pack from Pack (1978)
It’s About My Baby by The Strangeloves from I Want Candy (1965)
Nina-Kocka-Nina by the Dinks from 45 single (1965)

Johnny Frankenstein by Tony Carr and the Riff Riders from 45 single (195?)
Still in Love With You Baby by Kitchen Cinq from 45 single (1967)
She Loves You by Homer and Jethro from 45 single (1964)
Sonny & Cher by The Atlantics from 45 single (1965)
Oh Please Mr. Big Foot (Put Me Down) by Rex North from 45 single (1978)
Tokyo Twist by The Phantom Surfers from 45 single (1996)

I’m A Nut by Leroy Pullins from 45 single (1966)
Stella Got A Fella by The Fireflies from 45 single (1959)
Woo Woo by The Liverpool Scene from 45 single (1969)
The Frisko Freeze by Mummies from Never Been Caught (1992)
Bingo by Baby Bugs from 45 single (1958)
Fever by The McCoys from Hang On Sloopy (1965)

My Boyfriend’s Learning Karate by Charlie & Chan from 45 single (1964)
Out Ridin’ by Steve Rowland from 45 single (196?)
New Look Baby by Dolly Mixture from 45 single (1980)
Green Stamps by T-Birds from 45 single (1961)
Dream Boy by The 5,6,7,8’s from 45 single (1996)
I’m A Hog For you Baby by Supercharger from Rev It Up 7″ (1993)

I Want To Be A TV Cowboy by Chick Carlton & The Majestics from 45 single (1959)


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