Albums

DG-0456 Surf Punks - Surf Punks album art Surf Punks Surf Punks(LP, Album) Day-Glo Records (2) DG-0456 US 1979 Sell This Version
Surf Punks - My Beach album art Surf Punks My Beach (Album) Epic US 1980 Sell This Version
Surf Punks - Locals Only album art Surf Punks Locals Only (Album) Day-Glo Records (2) US 1982 Sell This Version
Surf Punks - Party Bomb album art Surf Punks Party Bomb (Album) Restless Records US 1988 Sell This Version
Surf Punks - Oh No! Not Them Again! album art Surf Punks Oh No! Not Them Again! (Album) Enigma Records (3) US 1988 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

K/6961 Surf Punks - My Beach, Go Home album art Surf Punks My Beach, Go Home(7", Single) Shelter Records K/6961 Australia 1977 Sell This Version
TC2202 Surf Punks - Locals Only album art Surf Punks Locals Only(7", Single) Time Coast Records TC2202 US 1981 Sell This Version
SC-0012 Surf Punks - Surf's Up Medley album art Surf Punks Surf's Up Medley(7") Soul City (2) SC-0012 US 1981 Sell This Version
SC-0011, SC-0011L Surf Punks - Surf’s Up Medley (Promo) album art Surf Punks Surf’s Up Medley (Promo)(7", Promo) Soul City (2) SC-0011, SC-0011L US 1981 Sell This Version
DG-007 Surf Punks - Shark Attack! album art Surf Punks Shark Attack!(7", Single) Day-Glo Records (2) DG-007 US 1982 Sell This Version
DG-711, none Surf Punks - Welcome To California album art Surf Punks Welcome To California(7") Day-Glo Records (2), Freeway Records DG-711, none US 1984 Sell This Version

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PatV.

PatV.

March 26, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
The Surf Punks were considered responsible for spear-heading the Surf Revival Movement in the early 1980's.
Leader Dennis Dragon, who produced soundtrack LP's for surf movies throughout the 1970's, decided that the time had come to wed surf music with the newly emerging punk movement. What actually resulted on the Surf Punk's first LP was a bizarre musical hybrid of punk, surf, protest & avant garde electronic music. Originally released on their own Day-Glo Records, the LP was soon picked up by Epic Records & sold more than 25,000 units in the L.A. area alone. However; any band that performs its live shows with one of its members sitting on a lifegaurd tower is not going to endear itself to a major coprate conglomerate like Columbia.

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