Okay, here's the deal. A song called "Wild Man"? I'm gonna bite. I don't care what type of music it is, I'm not going to pass it by without hearing it. This time I wasn't disappointed. While it's not as over-the-top wild as the title would imply, it does kick some semi-serious ass, sounding like something that might come from the Cramps arsenal, particularly at the 2:30 mark. And lest you think that the kids inhabiting the stage in the above photo don't have a little bit of wild in them, there's this snippet from an interview at 60s Garage Bands:
"We had two songs we were going to record; they were ‘Genie’ and ‘Wild Man.’ The Huns came to our practice at Lloyd’s house and stole ‘Genie.’ They renamed it ‘Shakedown.’ They rushed into the studio and recorded it first and released it. We were furious! We went as a mob to Dean Coley’s house (their bass player). His father was their manager, so we stood out in the street and tried to get them to come out and fight."
Hey, ol' man Coley, watch yer back!
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The Tamrons - Wild Man mp3 (via DivShare) at Junk Shop Juke Box
Once you get to DivShare, click on the green "Download" button, and scratch your head for fifteen seconds while the timer counts down. When the button reappears, you're good to go.
The Huns - Shakedown (streaming) at YouTube
The Tamrons at 60s Garage Bands