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The Atlantics – Bombora.

The Atlantics are an Australian surf rock band formed in the early 1960s and arguably Australia’s most successful of the genre. In 2000 the group reformed with three of the original members, and they are still actively releasing new material and performing live (source: Wikipedia).

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southerly-buster:

The Atlantics – Bombora.

The Atlantics are an Australian surf rock band formed in the early 1960s and arguably Australia’s most successful of the genre. Most well known for their classic hit, “Bombora”, their later recordings such as “Come On” are examples of 1960s garage rock. In 2000 the group reformed with three of the original members, and they are still actively releasing new material and performing live (source: Wikipedia).

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surfinfon:

VA: Ennio Morricone Tribute | For A Few Guitars More

For A Few Guitars More es un excelente tributo al singular Ennio Morricone. Cuenta con la participación de diferentes bandas, entre ellas: The Penetrators, Langhorns, The Atlantics, The Bambi Molesters, Pollo Del Mar y Davie Allan. Es un excelente disco, no se lo pueden perder.

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the-bebop:

The Atlantics – “Dark Eyes”

Surf Rock! Worth a listen!

If you’re like me, (and I’m not talking about the ugly part) you like to imagine music in movies or you pick songs that you think would go perfectly in a certain movie scene. I do this all the time. And this piece of music has got me all riled up.

Imagine this instrumental as the opener in a movie scene. The Protagonist starts out talking calmly to a number of men, though you can’t really make out what they’re saying, during the intro of “Dark Eyes” as it plays softly in the background, then as it starts to pick up something goes wrong in the scene. As soon as it hits the climax all you hear is screaming and shouting a big “WHAT THE FUCK!!” overpowers everything and then bam! The music goes wild! there’s a shoot out machine guns, yelling, and cocaine is blasted everywhere and blood hits the walls and floor. Then, the title comes up.