Pebbles, Volume 8 (album)

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Pebbles, Volume 8
Compilation album
Released 1980
Recorded Mid-1960s
Genre Garage rock, psychedelic rock
Length 44:28
Label BFD
Pebbles, Volume 7
Pebbles, Volume 8
Pebbles, Volume 9

Pebbles, Volume 8 is a compilation album among the LP's in the Pebbles series. The music on this album has no relation to Pebbles, Volume 8 that was released on CD many years later.

Release data[edit]

This album was released as an LP by BFD Records in 1980 (as #BFD-5025) and was kept in print for many years by AIP Records.

Notes on the tracks[edit]

"I Never Loved Her" by the Starfires is one of the most sought after garage rock singles and has brought $1,000 or more. This band has no relation to the band of the same name that later evolved into the Outsiders (see Pebbles, Volume 9). Question Mark & the Mysterians is one of the many Latino garage rock bands and is well known for their major hit with "96 Tears". The Human Beinz also had a Top 40 hit with "Nobody but Me". The Lollipop Shoppe was originally known as the Weeds, which is represented among the bonus tracks on the Pebbles, Volume 1 CD.

Track listing[edit]

Side 1:

  1. The Lollipop Shoppe: "You Must Be a Witch", 2:40
  2. The Starfires: "I Never Loved Her", 2:43
  3. The Gants: "I Wonder", 2:14
  4. The Sound Barrier: "(My) Baby's Gone", 2:49
  5. The JuJus: "Hey Little Girl", 2:06
  6. The Uncalled For: "Do Like Me", 2:44
  7. The Bruthers: "Bad Way to Go", 2:50
  8. The Clue: "Bad Times", 2:00
  9. Faine Jade: "It Ain't True", 3:09

Side 2:

  1. The Caravelles: "Lovin' Just My Style", 3:03
  2. The Human Beinz: "My Generation", 2:41
  3. Question Mark & the Mysterians: "Make You Mine", 2:46
  4. The Others: "I Can't Stand This Love, Goodbye", 2:07
  5. The Cindermen: "Don't Do it Some More", 1:50
  6. The Rovin' Flames: "How Many Times", 1:57
  7. The Rockin' Ramrods: "She Lied", 2:05
  8. Movin' Morfomen: "Run Girl Run", 1:52
  9. The Lemon Drops: "I Live in the Springtime", 2:52