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Pumper - EP

by Goofyfooter

Goofyfooter blast away the traditional style of surf rock with heavy psychedelic performances about massive wave surfing at Teahupo'o, skitzoid boogie boarding adventures, collisions at sea, and a moonlit stroll on a beach far away in time and place.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Pumper
3:31 $1.49
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2. Scott's Scooter
2:54 $1.49
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3. Ship Sandwich
4:48 $1.49
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4. Moonlight At Broken Head
4:48 $1.49
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
1. Pumper 3:30 (Adrian Furby)
We've all seen the footage of the incredible ocean reef break at Tahiti's Teahupo'o.
A monstrous wall of water. If not, venture on over to YouTube and check it out.
This heavy psychedelic tune is the perfect soundtrack to that footage - the moment of trepidation when a surfer is looking down a 4-storey wall of glass and risking all for the perfect ride.

2. Scott's Scooter 2:54 (Adrian Furby)
As a teenager, guitarist Adrian saved $132 to buy a boogie board - a Scott "Scooter". After two good summers of carving up waves on the southern beaches of Adelaide, somebody stole it!
This track is in the unforgettable style of guitar punk bands that dominated the Australian surf scene in the 70s and 80s - hard, fast and angry.

3. Ship Sandwich 4:48 (Glenn Allen)
Glenn was inspired to write this 'epic tale' after visiting the Sea Shepherd fleet in Williamstown, touring all of their ships and chatting with the crew members.
It's an 'un-dance-able' soundtrack to the recent incident in the Antarctic Ocean, where two large ships from the Japanese whaling fleet attempted to crush and sink the SSS Bob Barker and covers a great deal of sonic territory, from peaceful whale songs to maritime explosions!

4. Moonlight at Broken Head 4:48 (Glenn Allen)
Broken Head is a tranquil spot just south of Byron Bay. In contrast to the other intense tracks, this tune closes out the EP in a more romantic, chill-out fashion. Adrian also played a musical rarity, the Optigan, on this track to provide that extra bit of 'vintage cheese'.

Recorded at OCEANIC, Brookvale NSW Australia in October 2013.
Engineered & Mixed by Paul McKercher.
Mastered by Joe Carra at Crystal Mastering, Thornbury VIC Australia.
Produced by GT Allen & Paul McKercher.

Adrian Furby - Guitars, Optigan
Glenn Allen - Guitars
Nat De-Palma - Drums
Adam Finlay - Bass

Photo courtesy of Minnie Vuong / Xvolution Media

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