In 1965, the Preachers were as wild as it comes, both in image and sound. despite their long haired/holier than thou hybrid look, this L.A. fivesome didn't preach so much as howl a hi-octane punk-blues for the Sunset Strip set. Their greatest moment remains "Who Do You Love," an insanely intense reading by the group's original teenage wildman, Richard Fortunato. Moonglow Records canned him for being too uncommercial, which just means he's one of our favorites.



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    Savage face-melting fist-pumping garage punk! A sonic leap forward on their known repertoire fortified with five new previously unissued tracks making their punkin’ debut right here! Complete with extensive notes from Mike Stax. Pressed on colored vinyl, or on CD with two exclusive bonus tracks! Things happened fast in the sixties, especially in the up-tempo world of rock ‘n’ roll. The Preachers were together for less than eighteen months, but they packed a hell of a lot of action into that...

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      Savage face-melting fist-pumping garage punk! A sonic leap forward on their known repertoire fortified with five new previously unissued tracks making their punkin’ debut right here! Complete with extensive notes from Mike Stax. Pressed on colored vinyl, or on CD with two exclusive bonus tracks! Things happened fast in the sixties, especially in the up-tempo world of rock ‘n’ roll. The Preachers were together for less than eighteen months, but they packed a hell of a lot of action into that...