Of all British R&B rings to check out the Rolling Rocks’ footsteps, the Downliners Sect were arguably the rawest. The Sect didn’t just as much interpret the sound of Chess Information as assault it, having a finesse that produced the Pretty Issues seem favorably suave compared. Long on crude energy and hoarse vocals, but brief on originality and songwriting skill, the Sect never really had a British strike, although that they had some sizable singles in additional Europe. Despite their insufficient commercial achievement or charm, they were able to record three albums and different EPs and singles between 1963 and 1966, with detours into country-rock and an EP of loss of life rock music. Although they documented afterwards, it’s the Sect’s early function that is constantly on the attract connoisseurs of ’60s garage area and punk.
Full Name Downliners Sect
Music Songs Sect Appeal, Little Egypt, Baby What's Wrong, All Night Worker, Bad Storm Coming, Why Don't You Smile Now, One Ugly Child, Roll Over Beethoven, Glendora, Be A Sect Maniac, Waiting in Heaven, He Was a Square, Leader Of The Sect, I Got Mine, Everything I've Got To Give, Now She's Dead, I Want My Baby Back, Baby What's on Your Mind?, I Wanna Put A Tiger In Your Tank, Hurt by Love, Our Little Rendezvous, Find Out What's Happening, Too Much Monkey Business, Hey Hey Hey Hey, Brand New Cadillac, If I Could Just Go Back, Ballad of the Hounds, Little Play Soldiers, Hang on Sloopy, I'm Looking for a Woman, Rocks in My Bed, Hard Travellin'
Albums The Sect, The Country Sect, The Rock Sect's In, Sectuality, Burning Snow, Savage Return, Chinese Whispers, Dangerous Ground, The Sect Sing Sick Songs, Nite in Gt. Newport Street, The Definitive Downliners Sect: Singles – A's & B's, Downliners Sect (1963-1964), Sectuality CD1