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Raw-Hide - The Tornadoes - Charge Of The Tornadoes (CD)



2006
Label: Crossfire Publications - 9503-2 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Surf, Rock & Roll
Raw-Hide - The Tornadoes - Charge Of The Tornadoes (CD)

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Charge Of The Tornadoes" on Discogs.4/5(1).

 · The Tornadoes from Redlands, CA was the first surf band to receive national airplay with a surf instrumental. The song was Bustin' Surfboards released on Aertaun Records in , and it has since become a classic and mainstay of the surf genre. One of its distinctions, and appeals, was the fact that the song opened with the sound of an ocean swell (that continued throughout the song), thereby.

Product Description: A companion piece to the same label's Now and Then compilation of Tornadoes career highlights, Charge of the Tornadoes is a frenetic mixture of old and new, kicking off with a triumphant overture from Bustin' Surfboards '98 before peeling seamlessly into the album of almost the same name that the band recorded 34 years earlier. Bustin' Surfboards is represented here by nine Brand: Crossfire.

The Tornado; $ on iTunes Johnny B. Goode; $ on iTunes Charge of the Tornadoes; $ on iTunes Gremmie, The (Pt. 2) $ on iTunes Raw-Hide; $ on iTunes Lightin' The Tornadoes Talk! Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes.

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  1. Despite their name, they were not one of the wilder bands, but could rock out if they chose, as shown by their takes on 'Johnny B. Goode', 'Raw-Hide' and 'Devil's Tail'. This CD is generous at 76 minutes, but is somewhat unusual in format.4/5(2).

  2. A companion piece to the same label's Now and Then compilation of Tornadoes career highlights, Charge of the Tornadoes is a frenetic mixture of old and new, kicking off with a triumphant overture from Bustin' Surfboards '98 before peeling seamlessly into the album of almost the same name that the band recorded 34 years earlier. Bustin' Surfboards is represented here by nine tracks, plus one 7/

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