Recently discovered under a pile of mouldering jump-blues master tapes in Bristol’s famous Dog House Studios, are these huge hip-shaking cuts from the mighty Rocker Covers. Previously, it was assumed that all that remained of the ‘Cover’s “work” was a half-finished restoration of a rusty Ford Zephyr and an enthusiastic karaoke-tape version of Shakin Stevens’ “Merry Christmas Everyone” by the band’s front man. Thinking themselves penniless, the boys had gone off to work as jobbing mastic-asphalt spreaders and seaside tattooists but in the wake of their master cuts being found…they reunited. Having dug out the Revox tape machine and their one Reslo mic, the band hit the studio to record big-boppin’ rockabilly versions of contemporary rock standards. Hell-bent on hitting the road with their bass-slappin’, fret-twanging, snare-shuffling sound, they’re all set to bat those baseballs right out of the stadium - ladies and gentlemen…it’s the Rocker Covers!