Pink Peg Slax
Rock-A-Beery Boogie - The Very Best Of Pink Peg Slax CD
"If Elvis had been a Marx Brother, he would have invented Pink Peg Slax" (James Brown, NME)
With a name derived from an obscure Eddie Cochran rocker, Pink Peg Slax promised rockabilly revivalism, but delivered musical subversion.
Celebrated by John Peel and Andy Kershaw (4 Radio 1 sessions), the NME (3 singles and 2 albums gained 5-star reviews) and TV chef Keith Floyd (who wrote sleeve notes) Pink Peg Slax knocked out 100% original tunes with a deft Rockabilly-Cajun approach.
After a break of 20 years to raise families and conquer the world of work, Pink Peg Slax have returned with their original line-up and most of their hair intact.
This 22 track album is a collection of their singles, best album tracks and previously unissued material.