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Reviewer: Victoria Ogawa (email@example.com), Floor Supervisor, Samsonite Company Stores April 03, 2001 Malibooz Rule! Just imagine the Beach Boys on a sugar high, and you've got a pretty good idea of what this album is all about. Songs about surfing, cars and girls. Full of great harmonies and infectious tunes, but with a far greater sense of humor than any offerings I've heard from Brian Wilson and company. Just read the song titles and you'll see what I mean. Personal favorites are "The Surfing Ghost," "Honeydew (We Cantaloupe)," and "The Flourescent Hearse." Also, be sure to check out "(I Won't Be)Too Young," a wonderful song about the teenage desire for independence, featuring a fantastic performance by Lindsey Buckingham. For the best possible listening experience, get this one on CD. The compact disc features nine bonus tracks not found on the original album and are well worth a listen. (You can order it from Malibooz.com or CDNow.com) This one is sure to make you smile, and you may even begin to refer to yourself as a Surf Bun or Bunny.
Here are the CD bonus tracks
"Santa's Gone Surfin'"
"Surf Beat '81"
"Surfin' and Drivin' (Are the Only 2 Things I Know)"
"My Baby Came Back On The Last Wave Today"
"Tower 9 (longboard version)"
"Firestorm at Surfrider (longboard version)"
"Tower 9 (shortboard version)"
"Firestorm at Surfrider (shortboard version)"
"Bikini Beach Party Tonight"
Information supplied by Steve Denison. Album cover provided by John Fitzgerald. Transcribed to HTML by Jeff Kenney and Marty Adelson.