There is more than one artist with this name:
1) The Spiders were a mid-60s group that included Vincent Furnier (who later changed his name to Alice Cooper). Three of their songs are still available on the first disc the 1999 Alice Cooper box set, "The Life and Crimes of Alice Cooper". (most releases was without article "the")
The Carnabeats (ザ・カーナビーツ) are one of the better known "group sounds" bands, known to foreigners largely for their Japanese language versions of Zombies hits. While they will perhaps forever be known as the "Japanese Zombies", the group had a string of hits beyond their covers, and the members cite The Who and The Lovin' Spoonful as other influences.
Primitive, raw-as-shit 60's garage rock from the fecund Motor City - Detroit, Michigan. They released one two-song EP (now incredibly rare) before their guitarist was decapitated in a motorcycle accident. "To Find Out" was later featured on the legendary Back From the Grave compilation series (volume 2).
There are two or more artists by the name "The Youngers". 1) The Youngers is a finnish "rautalanka"-band that was formed 1997 in Valkeala, Finland. Their debut album "King of the hill" was released in 2005.
New instrumental album "Good Behaviour?" was released 26.1.2007. The album can be ordered from http://www.twangsville.net/
This is a band from back around 1965-66. They did a 45 record that read Shandels, the Fabulous Four Sean, 2 Toms, and Joe. The lead singer Sean Ryan was born in Ireland I believe and moved to Mount Prospect in the 60's. He also played bass guitar. The two Tom included Tom Blomquist on drums.
Hailing from Tyler TX, the same town that gave the world Mouse & the Traps, Murphy & the Mob released the garage rock single 'Because You Love Me' (backed with 'Born Loser') in 1966 before disappearing into obscurity.
1). The Shames follow in a grand tradition of New York bands going back to the Velvet Underground and continuing through the Ramones and, more recently, the Strokes. Not that they sound specifically like any of those bands, just that they embody the same unique New York “state of mind” as each of those bands.
There are multiple artists with this name: 1. The story began in Japan in 1966 when 5 highschool boys started the band influenced by the Ventures. They were Mikiharu Suzuki (drums), Tarou Miyuki (guitarr), Hiromitu Suzuki (Vocals), Kaoru Murakami (Bas)and Masaru Hoshi (lead Gtr,Vocals).