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The Beach BoysSummer In Paradise

Label:Brother Entertainment – BBR 727-2
Format:
CD, Album, Ecopack
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock, Pop
Style:Pop Rock, Soft Rock, Surf

Tracklist

1Hot Fun In The Summertime
Written-BySylvester Stewart
3:28
2Surfin'
Written-ByBrian Wilson, Mike Love
3:44
3Summer Of Love
Written-ByMike Love, Terry Melcher
2:50
4Island Fever
Written-ByMike Love, Terry Melcher
3:26
5Still Surfin'
Written-ByMike Love, Terry Melcher
4:02
6Slow Summer Dancin' (One Summer Night)3:23
7Strange Things Happen
Written-ByMike Love, Terry Melcher
4:43
8Remember "Walking In The Sand"
Written-ByGeorge Morton*
3:29
9Lahaina Aloha
Written-ByMike Love, Terry Melcher
3:43
10Under The Boardwalk4:06
11Summer In Paradise3:51
12Forever3:03
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Notes

℗© 1992 Brother Entertainment
Packaged in 4-panel Ecopack Jewel Box.

Track durations printed on release.

John Stamos courtesy of Lorimar Productions, Inc.

"Hot Fun In The Summertime" © 1969 Mijac Music administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)
"Surfin'" © 1961 Guild Music Company (BMI)
"Summer Of Love", "Still Surfin'", "Summer In Paradise" © 1992 Clairaudient/Daywin Music, Inc. (BMI)
"Island Fever", "Strange Things Happen", "Lahaina Aloha" © 1992 Daywin Music, Inc./Clairaudient. (BMI)
"Slow Summer Dancin' (One Summer Night)" © 1992 Bruce Johnston Publishing (Administered by Careers-BMG Music Publishing, Inc. (BMI)) & PSO Limited (ASCAP)
"Remember "Walking In The Sand"" © 1964 EMI Unart Catalog Inc./Tender Tunes/Trio Music Co. Inc./Screen Gems-EMI Music Inc. (BMI)
"Under The Boardwalk" © 1964 Alley Music Corp./Trio Music Co., Inc. (BMI)
"Forever" © 1970 Daywin Music, Inc., administered by Careers-BMG Music Publishing, Inc. (BMI) & Brother Publishing Co.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 50847-0727-2 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 750847072721
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): BBR 727 02%
  • Matrix / Runout (CD Mould Text Inner Ring, Variant 1): W
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): BBR 727 [email protected]
  • Matrix / Runout (CD Mould Text Inner Ring, Variant 2): AH
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): BBR 727 02% K
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 4): BBR 727 02% AB
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 5): BBR 727 02% AC
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 6): BBR 727 02%
  • Matrix / Runout (CD Mould Text Inner Ring, Variant 6): M
  • Matrix / Runout (CD Mould Text Inner Ring, all variants): MADE IN USA

Other Versions (5 of 12)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Summer In Paradise (Cassette, Album)AtticCAT 1361Canada1992
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Summer In Paradise (Cassette, Album)Brother EntertainmentBBR 727-4US1992
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Summer In Paradise (Cassette, Album)Brother Entertainment7810364Australasia1992
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Summer In Paradise (Cassette, Album)Brother EntertainmentBBR 727-4Japan1992
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Summer In Paradise (CD, Album)Brother EntertainmentBBR 727-2Singapore1992

Reviews

  • bscullydg's avatar
    bscullydg
    Call me crazy, but there's a couple tracks on this I actually enjoy, specifically "Lahaina Aloha" and "Strange Things Happen". Everything else is absolutely insufferable.
    • phreakbrain's avatar
      phreakbrain
      Move over Ready To Die, this is the definitive hip-hop album of the '90s.
      • theneash's avatar
        theneash
        THIS ALBUM IS A MASTERPIECE AND I STAND BY IT
        • walter.kunz61's avatar
          walter.kunz61
          The cover versions of ''Hot Fun In The Summertime'', ''Remember Walking In The Sand'' and ''Under The Boardwalk" are fun to pull out if you're a Party or Wedding DJ. The rest of it is pedestrian for the Beach Boys brand. Brian Wilson is nowhere to be found. Probably the worst album in their catalog.
          • vincent.a's avatar
            vincent.a
            A+ for the packaging of this release, the artwork IMO is great. However, the music contained inside is terrible, so don't even bother listening to it.
            • eatafig's avatar
              eatafig
              This album is soooooooo bad. It's the only Beach Boys album that I can't listen to. The only new original songs are written by Mike Love & Terry Melcher, nothing from Bruce, Carl or Al. The remakes of Surfin & Forever are absolutely turgid. Al is only on two songs on the U.S. version. Several songs are different recordings on the U.K. version and Al did participate in the re recordings. It's the first album recorded with Pro tools which I think is one of the worst "innovations" in popular music, a process that sucks the soul from the best songs which none of these are. This and the next album Stars & Stripes are strictly for completists because they are awful. Thankfully, the Beach Boys released another of new songs ( That's Why God Made The Radio) that was excellent and if they never record a new album is a much better final album. That said I do have a copy of the U.S. and U.K. versions in my collection & the U.K. one is slightly better.
              • musicman1623's avatar
                musicman1623
                A great album don't let the rap song fool you not really a rap song more like talking blues I believe one of the songs in this album was used in the TV series Baywatch
                • atlanticmadman's avatar
                  Edited 5 years ago
                  The Beach Boys have a rap song on this one, just figured I'd warn ya.

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