Label: Zonophone - ZONO 103 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Surf, Garage Rock, Power Pop, Punk
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The Barracudas may have felt, as one of the songs on here proclaims, that "This Ain't My Time", but that proved to be premature, as they would persist through the 80s and 90s, with more lineups and more recordings, in the process becoming one of the leading lights of the 's garage/pop/psych movement/5(7).
This Ain't My Time Lyrics. 6. I Saw My Album Credits. Backing Vocals By Nick Turner Drop Out With The Barracudas [ reissue] I Can’t Pretend.
· Thematically, the Barracudas pushed hard a Southern California surf-rock image on their debut -- there's the cover photo, for one, and then there's a good chunk of the songs. Titles like the demi-hit singles "Summer Fun," "California Lament," "On the Strip," and "Surfers Are Back" are self-explanatory, while the deliciously campy "His Last Summer," detailing one dude's final big wave with /10(40).
Drop Out With The Barracudas, an Album by The Barracudas. Released in on Voxx (catalog no. VXS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Power Pop, Surf Punk. Rated # in the best albums of
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