The release of the "garage rock heroes" Oscar and the Majestics "No Chance Baby" album from Sundazed Music has been a huge resounding success. Fans from all over the world have been purchasing "No Chance Baby". Radio stations across the U.S. have been broadcasting selections from the album. "No Chance Baby" has received rave reviews in newspapers and prestigious worldwide magazine publications. This is not surprising as Sundazed says; "For anyone with an overindulged appetite for '60s garage compilations, Oscar Hamod and the Majestics must seem like old friends. For starters, their searing cover of the Who's "I Can't Explain" has been reissued so many times-on vinyl, CD, and now digital downloads- that its ownership might be mistaken for public domain." They continue "Oscar Hamod is one of those unsung heroes of the genre; first-rate songwriter, arranger, singer and above all else, monster guitar player." Shindig magazine says the Majestics are "the real deal: hard hitting, hard playing" band. The magazine continues with a description of "Got To Have Your Lovin" as; "their piece de resistance, and downright classic". The Daily Page says of the five Majestics tracks on the "2131 South Michigan Ave." compilation album that "Oscar and the Majestics stood as tall as Paul Bunyan among the Seven Dwarfs". Record Collector magazine writes Oscar and the Majestics music "tore it up" and "No Chance Baby" is "immensely entertaining".
Get your copy now of the Sundazed Music release of the Oscar and the Majestics "No Chance Baby" album and a copy of the 7" vinyl release of "Baby Under My Skin/ I Can't Explain" at : sundazed.com