Despite the fact that all of the tracks come from different sources and eras, it's actually surprisingly effective as an album, because it's a bunch of highlights one after the other, mixing up the styles a bit along the way to keep things interesting. Most of the tracks here are pretty short, with few passing the two-minute mark - in fact, in homage to Scandinavian hardcore (or so they say), two of the tracks aren't even five seconds long.
Deja Voodoo are known for their extensive liner notes, showing their encyclopedic knowledge of music from the Fifties, the Sixties and the Seventies: "Here are some of the folks the Vodoo cats have gotten larcenous with this time: Jan and Dean, Tornados, Shangri-Las, Mickey & Sylvia, Diamonds, Hasil Adkins, Gun Club, Big Joe Turner, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Elvis Presley, Monkees, Beach Boys, Surfaris, Hank Mizell, Bobby "Boris" Pickett, Undertones, Little Richard, Coasters, Rock-a-Teens, Johnny Burnette's Rock and Roll Trio, Cramps, Th. An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc, vinyl, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century as individual 78-rpm records collected in a bound book resembling a photograph album; this format evolved.
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The Worst of Deja Voodoo. The Worst of Deja Voodoo is a collection of singles, outtakes and oddities by the Canadian garage rock band Deja Voodoo.
Southern Rock Gov't Mule. Band Name Gov't Mule. Album Name Déjà Voodoo. Released date 14 September 2004. Labels BMI. Music StyleSouthern Rock. Members owning this album13.
Deja Voodoo was formed by Gerard van Herk (guitar and singing) and Tony Dewald (drums), who combined 1950s horror imagery with rockabilly and country musical influences. Too Cool to Live, Too Smart to Die. Too Cool to Live, Too Smart to Die is a mini-LP released by the Canadian garage rock band Deja Voodoo.