The first in a series of “big hole” jukebox 45s from Sweden’s coolest vinyl label and too much praise can’t be laid on it. Dee Rangers play 60’s beat-influenced music. You might have known that. What kicks them ahead of the pack is the energy overload they apply to each song. “Upside Down” rides a swell of guitar and organ all the way to a satisfying brace of choruses that book-ends a wild lead-break. The B-side is a cover of a song by Dutch freakbeat band 4PK that locks into a super groove and never lets up. A demented vocal and extremely twisted guitar break are icing on this cake. Cut yourself a big slice.
Bootleg Booze Records is a Scandinavian vinyl label and mailorder that has released punk/rock/garage records since 1998 and is also the home of the sub-label Rock Alliance (which take cares of the CD releases).