The Customs Five

From: USA

The Customs Five were a short-lived garage punk band in the mid 1960s. This teen band released the single “Let’s Go In ’69” in 1965 on the Task label. The amateurish sound in itself makes the song psych, but it is the overall tone that exemplifies early garage rock mixed with punk and surf elements. The B-side is “Little Louie,” and both songs can be found on compilation albums.

Artist information sources include: Fuzz, Acid & Flowers by Vernon Joynson

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From the 1965 single “Let’s Go In ’69”
Let's Go In '69

  • Let’s Go In ’69