The bastard love child of Elvis and Lux Interior, Israeli guitarist Charlie Megira brewed a heady amalgam of '50s trash rock, surf-y tremolo, and reverb-drenched goth during his all-too-brief 44 trips around the sun. He recorded seven albums worth of material in 15 years, primarily issued on CD-R, most of which is now unreadable or in a landfill. Tomorrow's Gone is the first collection of Megira's work; a 24-track double album accompanied by a lavish booklet that documents his tragic existence. Armed with only an Eko guitar, a black tuxedo, and his signature wrap-around shades, Charlie Megira was a mold-breaking artist who disintegrated while we were all staring at our phones.
A 1. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (#) 2. The Coochimamas Swingers (*) 3. The Girl Who Was Frightened of Ashtrays (#) 4. The Death Dance of The Busty Hot Lifeguard Instructor Babe (~) 5. Smile Now, Cry Later (~) 6. Alligator Man (~)
B 1. Failure In Love (*) 2. Mali Boo (*) 3. At The Rasco (~) 4. Turn Around (~) 5. If You Only Knew (*) 6. Tomorrow's Gone (#)
C 1. Direct Exercise No. 1 (*) 2. The Valley of Tears (^) 3. Fear and Joy (*) 4. Kiss of Death (*) 5. Je Ne Parle Pas Francais (^) 6. Dunkel Party (~)
D 1. Tower of Tongues (*) 2. Nothing (*) 3. Freak Junior (^) 4. Elvis Is Not Dead (^) 5. Psychic Youth-2 (^) 6. (Used to Be...) Psychic Youth (^)
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