Wondering how to start your garage-rock record collection? We asked a bunch of players on the scene to name their top picks, and this is what they came up with.

Hiroshi Sekiguchi, supervising editor of “Garage Punk — The Definitive Guide to Wild Rock ‘n’ Roll LPS & CDS from ’50s to ’00s” (Shinko Music Publications)

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