Er, yeah, definitely false.
Anyway, my review of the three-disc Norton I Hate CDs compilation, Volume 2, runs in today’s Dusted. Here's the "what it is" paragraph.
Every variety of stripped down, pre-Beatles mayhem gets a track or two – rockabilly, jump blues, R&B, doo-wop and the kind of bone-simple garage rock that makes “Louie Louie” sound like Sondheim. There’s no real logic to the sequencing, either. Tracks are organized not by style or date or, even alphabetically, but rather like a really demented back-yard party where someone’s weird uncle is spinning from a box of discs he found at garage sales.
The rest, including a maraschino cherry metaphor that I am very, very proud of:
Here is one of those “not really a video” videos of the Pleasure Seekers’ “What A Way to Die”. This was Suzi Quatro's first band...I think she was 16 or so.