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Surfin - Various - Surf Citys Greatest Hits

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Label: Quality - QUALCD-6713-P • Format: CD Compilation, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Surf
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    Zulkijin 12.11.2019
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Surf City's Greatest Hits - Various Artists on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Surf City's Greatest Hits - Various Artists on AllMusic - Surf City's Greatest Hits. AllMusic Rating. Surfin' Mike Love / Brian.
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    Mit 07.11.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Surfing's Greatest Hits on Discogs/5(7).
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    Dunos 07.11.2019
    Mar 26,  · The rest is a well-chosen group of the real surf hits by the real surf bands. Some were the national hits from '63 and '64 with titles everyone will recognize. Others were regional hits from '62 and '63 because at first surf music was strictly a Southern California thing/5(24).
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    JoJodal 13.11.2019
    Rhino's Surfin' Hits delivers exactly what its to-the-point title suggests, gathering 18 surf rock favorites like the Beach Boys' "Surfin' Safari" and "Surfin' U.S.A.," Dick Dale's "Miserlou," and the Surfaris' "Wipe Out." The collection gives equal time to both instrumental and vocal surf bands, featuring Jan & Dean's "Surf City" and "Ride the Wild Surf" alongside the Chantays' "Pipeline 8/
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    Goshicage 09.11.2019
    Twenty great little tunes, some purely instrumentals, and a full 60% of which were legitimate charters, beginning with The Beach Boys' first hit ever, Surfin', which 4/5(1).
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    Gardarisar 07.11.2019
    "Surf City" is the best vocal surf song excepting the Beach Boys' early hits and actually is just as good as any of those early Beach Boys hits. The Beach Boys comparisons are no accident: the song was co-written by head Beach Boy Brian Wilson, who also sang high harmony vocals on the track itself.
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    Meztiran 13.11.2019
    Surf's Up is a hodgepodge that has some of the familiar surf rock hits -- "Surfin' Safari," "Surf City, " "Pipeline, " "Surfer Girl, " "Wipe Out, " "Surfin'" -- but it leaves too many instrumentals off and doesn't have the right obscurities to make this adequate, even as a budget-line collection.6/
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