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...It Came from Lake Ontario

by Roarshark

This album spans the sub-genres of Instrumental Surf. Ten tracks to take you from Middle-Eastern to Sci-Fi and Spaghetti Western to Spy. In a word, "Reverb-O-Licious"!
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Crabs in the Harem
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2. Out of Limits
2:26 album only
3. Faulty Equipmonk
2:03 $0.99
4. Cattle-Esque
2:46 $0.99
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5. Apache
3:08 album only
6. Azo Go Baja
2:36 $0.99
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7. La femme electrique
2:23 album only
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8. Spy Surfer
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9. Dirk Diggler's on the Prowl
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10. High Pressure Cutoff
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
If you don't include the three-eyed-fish-inhabited, film-developing waters of Lake Ontario, then let's face it, Rochester is hopelessly land-locked. But for some reason, this town has an inordinately high number of surf bands. At the top of the pile is RoarShark and its new album "... It Came From Lake Ontario."

The album is a wild-wahini, wave-riding collection of surfalicious instrumentals perfect for the next time mom and dad split and don't splurging on a babysitter. There's something for everybody here, including one of my personal favorites, "Apache," originally done by The Shadows. There are a lot of surf clichés — cool as they may be — that RoarShark admirably shies away from. The fearless foursome maintains surf rock's purity without excess reverb and blinding 32nd notes in all the leads. You'll get wet, but you won't drown.
--Frank DeBlase City Newspaper


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