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Wipe Out

March 7, 2008 | Format: MP3

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Although, this is technically a Surfaris album, the only Surfaris songs on the record are "Wipe Out" and "Surfer Joe". The rest of the songs on the disc are performed by The Challengers who are never actually credited on the album. To make the story even weirder, legend has it that the royalties went to The Challengers and The Surfaris received nothing. Considering how the music business was run in the nineteen sixties, I doubt either band was paid anything.

All that aside, this is a fun rock n roll album. Calling The Challengers a surf band does not do them justice. These guys were a tight instrumental R&B outfit as evidenced on cuts like "Torquay" and "You Can't Sit Down". Their sense of humor shines through on covers of "Tequila" and Duane Eddy's "Yep"and Richard Delvy's inventive drumming is a highlight throughout the album. It's interesting to note that surf music was the first rock n roll genre to bring the drums to the forefront.
It's no wonder Keith Moon was a surf music nut in his early days. This is top notch party music. Crank it up and BYOB.
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Length: 0:30 Mins
If you want to hear me slur about how much I love 'em...
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By Dave on February 24, 2015
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So much fun!
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