Much love here at Doklands for the lofi clatter of Shockabilly. Like many of Kramer's bands they were an ill-fated trio, splitting acrimoniously. Still, while they were together they recorded some of the most inventive music of the early '80s, despite being predominantly known for their cover versions. Oh Yoko! from the 1983 album Earth vs Shockabilly is little more than a minute long, but its frenetic energy is enough to get why Eugene Chadbourne was considered one of the most exciting guitarists of that age.