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The Best Trad surf music you'll ever hear

If you want good surf music that rocks, ya should definitely get this rekkerd. These guys have been around since 1988 like the record sez, WAAYYY before any them hipsters out there heard of Pulp Fiction. This is a pretty good cross section of their early stuff before doin' albums for Norton, Estrus & Lookout. Best tracks are their cover of the Chantays Move It and Skating Red Square. If yer onna them Hi-brow, Mermen-lovin surf music fans, you're probably gonna skip this record 'cause it ain't done with various overdubs and 42 track digital mixer. Hopefully, iTunes will get other albums by these guys.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Surf music revivalists the Phantom Surfers formed in early 1988 around the lineup of guitarists Johnny Bartlett and Mel Bergman, bassist Mike Lucas, and drummer Danny Seelig. Originally founded at the 11th hour to fill a cancelled gig at the University of California Santa Cruz, the group quickly emerged as an underground favorite, famed for their mystery-kitsch image (Lone Ranger masks were de rigeur) and carefully choreographed stage act; the debut Phantom Surfers LP 18 Deadly Ones followed on Norton...
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10 Years of Quality Control, Phantom Surfers
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Sep 01, 1999

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