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|1. Santa Cruz (You're Not The Far)|
|2. Big Sur|
|3. Don't Steal Our Sun|
|4. Deckchairs And Cigarettes|
|5. One Horse Town|
|6. Old Friends, New Lovers|
|7. Say It Ain't So|
|8. Hollywood Kids|
|9. Just Traveling Through|
|10. Your Love Is Like Las vegas|
|11. 'Til The Tide Creeps In|
Five men make up the Thrills; although two women appear on the cover, they don't appear to contribute to the music. Read morePublished on July 10, 2013 by Peter Durward Harris
Excellent folk-rock album!!!!
Pay special attention to the tracks "Say it ain't so" and "Til the tide creeps in"!
The thrills are one of mt fave bands, and this debut album is their best.
just what i was looking for and shipped in time for the holiday. thank youPublished on January 22, 2008 by michelle
Take anything by the Beach Boys and filter through anything by The High Llamas and this is what you will get. Read morePublished on December 15, 2006 by R. Herriott
Imagine for a moment if Wilco hailed from Ireland and harbored a fixation with California sunshine pop. Sounds intriguing, huh? Trust me, it's not. Read morePublished on July 17, 2006 by James F. Colobus
Like so many albums these days, this one is front-loaded, with the better and more completely-produced songs at the beginning and the degree of finish tapering off as you go. Read morePublished on May 1, 2006 by Jim Molnar
We're living in lucky times. This kind of sunny day pop had no outlet just a few years ago. Thank god the music business seems to be growing up a bit. Read morePublished on December 9, 2005 by Cat Marigold
Top to bottem a perfect album. Every song is good. I love the retro vibe. The beachboys esq harmonies are cool . Perfect pop joy.Published on November 6, 2005 by Russell Foster