Tokyo Blues Breakers are three mad dogs that have time-warped from 1969! They break the Delta blues, '60s garage, Motown, punk - because they love them! Also, they love VOX and Rickenbacker and Theremin. (but they don't break these... Because expensive!). These guys are what you can call the forefront of the next Japanese garage scene! Experience wild rhythms, runaway guitars and beautiful croaky voices from beginning till end. Alongside songs like 'Lead Guitar Side Guitar' with cheeky harmonica and a cool rhythm & beat and a heavy portion of garagepunk Japanese-style you will find incredibly catchy and highly addictive tunes like 'Yardbirds Is Playing At My House' that once you've heard them, you'll catch yourself humming weeks later! The trio also included a wild cover-version of Manfred Mann's '5-4-3-2-1' and a lo-fi pop-punky version of the hit-song/ballad 'Mata Au Hi Made' by Japanese Tom Jones Kiyohiko Ozaki that fit in with their original songs perfectly. So get yourselves ready for a fantastic rocking debut by some truly wild Japanese!!