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The Phantom Surfers - The Exciting Sounds Of Model Road Racing flac album
  • Performer The Phantom Surfers
  • Title The Exciting Sounds Of Model Road Racing
  • Date of release 1994
  • Style Surf, Garage Rock
  • Other formats XM AHX VQF ADX MP1 TTA MP2
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1540 mb
  • Size FLAC 1325 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 846

Country: US. Released: 1997. Written-By – Bartlett. Written-By – Phantom Surfers. 5. Slotter On 10th Avenue. Written-By – Bergman.

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The Phantom Surfers are a surf rock band formed in 1988. Current (latest album). 1 Eighteen Deadly Ones! LP. . 2 Phantom Surfers Play The Songs Of The Big-Screen Spectaculars LP. 3 The Exciting Sounds Of Model Road Racing LP.

The history of the Phantom Surfers is fairly uneventful. They have been consistently pay homage to Los Angeles's surf music and to the North West's garage-rock. Formed in the San Francisco Bay Area and led by guitarists Johnny "Big Hand" Bartlett and Mel "Frostbite" Bergman, they debuted with the EP Banzai Washout (Estrus, 1991), whose title-track would remain one of their live staples, as will the following single, Besame Mucho. The early singles were collected on A Decade of Quality Control (Secret Recipe, 1999).

The mini-album The Exciting Sounds Of Model Road Racing (Hobby Hut, 1994), their first concept, is humorous but frequently too predictable. The singles Fuck Surf Music (Planet Pimp, 1995) and Istanbul (Lookout, 1996) fare batter, but the band is firmly anchored to its retro& program, as proven by The Phantom Surfers and Dick Dale (Crown, 1996). The Great Surf Crash of '97 (Lookout, 1996) shows no progress