Over half of this show was 45s that I had just dug up. Also some new stuff from Messer Chups, Phantom Surfers, Coast of Ghosts, Spitwater and The Revomatics.
the reigning monarchs - blood red metalflake (black sweater massacre)
los straitjackets - Pop Rocks & Coke (jet set)
The Mummies - tall cool one (play their own records)
the ramblin' ambassadors - Superbee (ramble on)
pounded by the surf - Out of Control (no waves)
For 25 years Spain's Los Coronas have been pumping out first-rate surf records. It's been 4 years since their last LP Adios Sancho and Señales de Humo (Smoke Signals for us english speakers) builds on that sound, but even after one listen I think it exceeds their last effort.
The Routes - hotwired (Instrumentals)
Los Twang! Marvels - rippin waves (prueba del fuego)
fifty foot combo - Gauchos (caffeine)
los straitjackets - tailspin (los straitjackets)
the chandelles - jester (that's swift! instrumentals from the norman petty vault)
The Tremolos - kackle (weirdsville)
the sidewinders - Gulley Washer (Fast-Track)
the tornadoes - the swag (Dancehall Stringbusters Vol 2)
the hollywood surfers - garbage pit (The Surf Family)
When I saw people talking about getting this album from The Southern Surf Stomp this past weekend, I was wondering how long it would be until I could get a copy. Not long it turns out!
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