1 : The Meteors : When Guitars Attack - Mental Instrumentals #2
Long awaited second all-instrumental album - a lethal overdose of Paul Fenech's spine-bending Psychobilly guitar backed by The Meteors' pulsating Voodoo-Billy beat.
2 : Stray Cats : 40
40 years since they formed in 1979 and 26 years since their last studio album (1993's Original Cool), The Stray Cats are back with a brand new release.
3: Darrel Higham & The Enforcers : Bop Machine
Mostly uptempo rockabilly from Darrel Higham's rockin' trio, strongly weighted with rockin' originals punctuated with well chosen cover songs.
4 : Hillbilly Moon Explosion : The Sparky Sessions
A complete album of duets with Hillbilly Moon Explosion and Mark ‘Sparky’ Phillips of Demented Are Go.
5 : The Trashmen : Surfin’ Bird - Very Best Of The Trashmen
The very best of The Trashmen, including the classic title track, all of the tracks from their 1964 debut album, along with their other finest moments.
6: Johnny Earl : Rockin' Mo
Superb diverse rock 'n' roll album from one of the genre's best current singers - backed by some of the rock 'n' roll scene's finest musicians.
7 : Good Rockin’ Tonight : How Beautiful Was That!
Original compositions and rockin' cover songs from one of the UK rock 'n' roll scene's most established and versatile bands, led by Mark Keeley and featuring guitar ace John O'Malley.
8: Big Six : Don't Stop... Rock!
25 track "Best Of" CD from the all-star Rock 'n' Roll featuring members of The Stargazers, Big Town Playboys and Sugar Ray Ford & The Hot Shots. 
9: Marty Wilde : Marty ~ A Lifetime In Music 1957-2019 (Boxed Set)
A unique celebration of Marty’s long and illustrious career - 4 discs including all the hits and many rare and previously unheard recordings.
10: The Strays : Drop Out Zone
UK band with enough appeal to make it big both on and beyond the rockabilly/psychobilly scenes, mixing influences from the Stray Cats and Imelda May to No Doubt and White Stripes.
11: Lee Rocker : The Low Road
Double CD/DVD set with the original Stray Cat and his band rockin' through a storming set of the most important songs of his 40 year career.
12: Wanda Jackson : Funnel Of Love
Double disc set Featuring two complete albums - Lovin' Country Style and Wonderful Wanda, along with 27 non-album A & B sides released between 1954 and 1962.
13: Link Wray : Link Sings Elvis
Best known for his growling guitar instrumenals, Link was also a fine singer and an enormous Elvis Presley fan, as shown on this 10" vinyl LP
14: Joe Brown : Darktown Strutters Crazy Worlds and Pictures Of You
34 track collection gathering everything that Joe Brown recorded between 1959 and 1962 for the Decca, Pye and Piccadilly labels.
15: Mr Breathless : The Wild One - Ultimate Collection
Piano pounding Rock 'n' Roll inspired by Jerry Lee Lewis and Crazy Cavan - 20 tracks with the best cuts from his rare albums plus 4 new recordings.
16: Johnny Carroll : Rock 'n' Roll Ruby
29 tracks including all the singles cut at the peak of his career Decca, Warner Bros, Duchess, and Sun Records' subsidiary label Phillips International.
17: Ray Smith : Travelin' With Ray
Ray Smith's original Judd Records album, featuring his big hit Rockin' Little Angel, packed out with bonus cuts to make a magnificent 32 track CD release.
18 : The Empires : Swingin' Rhymes and Sky Lines
First class swingin' Rock 'n' Roll featuring ex-members of The Intelligents, guitar ace John O'Malley of (Good Rockin' Tonight/The Nitros) and saxophonist Pete Cook.
19: Catfish Kings : Fish Are Jumpin'
1950s style Rock ’n’ Roll, boogie woogie and rockin’ rhythm & blues with influences from Chuck Berry, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis.
20: Warren Smith : So Long I'm Gone - Complete Singles 1956-1962
33 tracks including the A & B side of every single that he released between 1956 & '62, along with all the non-single tracks from his first album and more!
21: Louvin Brothers : Runnin’ Wild 
Widely viewed as spiritual forefathers of The Everly Brothers with their close harmony vocal style, this 31 track collection gathers their Capitol Records singles 1954-’62.
22: Lucky Devils : News From Earth
The seventh album from French trio The Lucky Devils, marking 20 years of hard rockin' psychobilly!
23: Dion DiMucci : Ruby Baby + Donna The Prima Donna
Dion’s two 1963 original Columbia albums making their CD debut - coupled together for a must-have release.
24: Big Walter Horton : From Memphis To Chicago
Influentialblues harmonica player, here are his own recordings 1951 to 1956 along with his session work for Willie Nix, Joe Hill Louis, Tampa Red, Sunnyland Slim etc
25: Ralph Willis : Hop On Down The Line
Double disc set with 47 tracks including his best known recording Gonna Hop On Down the Line from 1953.

Instrumental recordings were always during the 1950s Rock 'n' Roll years, perhaps peaking the following decade with the Surf boom.
The Meteors found that surf and rock 'n' roll instrumentals perfectly mutated into the psychobilly style that they developed in the early 1980s.
They often opened live shows with the surf classic "Wipe Out" and have featured other vintage instros in their set over the years, as well as recording many original psychobilly instrumental stompers over their 40 year career.
"When Guitars Attack - Mental Instrumental #2" is the second all-instrumental Meteors collection, although founder member and guitar slinger P Paul Fenech has delivered two more sets with his Psycho-Surf side-project The Surfin' Dead.
Here is a lethal overdose of Fenech's spine-bending Psychobilly guitar backed by The Meteors' pulsating Voodoo-Billy beat with 16 pure psychobilly instrumental stompers.

"Surfin' Bird - The Very Best of The Trashmen", released on both CD and vinyl, features the classic title track and includes all of the tracks from their 1964 debut album, along with their other finest moments.
The ostentatiously self-proclaimed "Surfin' sound of the mid-west" the Trashmen shot back into public consciousness when the single "Surfin' Bird" narrowly missed the number one slot in the UK singles chart in 2010 after a massively successful online movement which arose from the use of the song in an episode of "Family Guy".
"Surfin' Bird" has also been recorded by numerous artists including The Ramones and The Cramps, as well as being used in several movies and television shows.
Proving that The Trashmen were so much more than a one-hit act, this collection features an ace cover of Dick Dale's "Misirlou", a cool selection of well-executed surf instrumentals, surf-inflected covers of "It's So Easy" and "Money", and several other surf and hot-rod greats.

Good Rockin’ Tonight have long been established as one of the top names on the UK Rock 'n' Roll scene.
Fronted by the dynamic Mark Keeley, they have built up a strong reputation which includes national TV appearances and 16 CD releases to date.
The classy four-piece group also features John O’Malley who is widely regarded as one of the finest rock 'n' roll and rockabilly guitarists around today, Kurt Simms on double bass and Daz Leggatt on drums - making up a versatile band that mixes classic style rock ‘n’ roll together with rockabilly and Doo Wop vocal harmonies.
They deliver a great 17 track selection of rockin' cover songs and original compositions on their latest album How Beautiful Was That!