Legendary Italian garage band THE SICK ROSE have their classic second album reissued this month.
Formed in Turin in 1983, The Sick Rose were one of the best known garage revival bands on the European scene, contemporaries of US bands The Fuzztones and The Chesterfield Kings, Sweden's Nomads and the UK's Barracudas.
Taking its title from the MC5 song and featuring the indie chart hit 'Double Shot', Shaking Street caught the band at their early commercial peak. The band took most of the 90s out before returning in the 21st century with renewed vigour and a string of new albums including 2006's Blastin' Out and 2011's No Need For Speed, both produced by The Stems' Dom Mariani, and most recently, 2018's Someplace Better, produced by The Posies' Ken Stringfellow.
Limited to 300 copies, the new vinyl reissue of Shaking Street comes in a new gatefold sleeve with download code and a CD two bonus album outtakes.
Shaking Street is available to stream/buy here.
Check out The Sick Rose live in Hamburg in 1987...