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C & C Surf Factory filters the best of 60's surf style: think wet reverb, Fender amps and a stable of electric guitars mixed with modern-day guitar wizardry. Garage City is not all sun and sand - C & C Surf Factory's take is edgier and grittier than you might expect. Songs like "Cobra Basket" and "Fire on the Dance Floor" have sharp edges and dark corners, and live closer to the White Stripes than the Beach Boys. "Belt Buckle" is a trippy, swirling slow burn, and conjures more "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" than it does "Wipe Out."
C & C Surf Factory filters the best of 60's surf style: think wet reverb, Fender amps and a stable of electric guitars mixed with modern-day guitar wizardry. Garage City is not all sun and sand - C & C Surf Factory's take is edgier and grittier than you might expect. Songs like "Cobra Basket" and "Fire on the Dance Floor" have sharp edges and dark corners, and live closer to the White Stripes than the Beach Boys. "Belt Buckle" is a trippy, swirling slow burn, and conjures more "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" than it does "Wipe Out."
836766009243

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Format: CD
Label: SXSH
Rel. Date: 05/19/2015
UPC: 836766009243

Garage City
Artist: C & C Surf Factory
Format: CD
New: Available In Store (Wait For Email Confirmation Before Pickup) $15.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Dirty Skirty
2. P. Soup
3. Fire On The Dance Floor
4. Takeshiesque
5. Cat Girl
6. Cobra Basket
7. The Outsider
8. 911
9. Don't Blame The Buckle If The Belt's Too Tight
10. Phasors On Stun

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C & C Surf Factory filters the best of 60's surf style: think wet reverb, Fender amps and a stable of electric guitars mixed with modern-day guitar wizardry. Garage City is not all sun and sand - C & C Surf Factory's take is edgier and grittier than you might expect. Songs like "Cobra Basket" and "Fire on the Dance Floor" have sharp edges and dark corners, and live closer to the White Stripes than the Beach Boys. "Belt Buckle" is a trippy, swirling slow burn, and conjures more "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" than it does "Wipe Out."
        
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