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Tortilla - The Bomboras - Savage Island

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  1. Akijind
    The Dionysus Records Shop: garage, surf, exotica, lounge, psychedelic, rockabilly, KBD punk, lowbrow and pop surrealism art: vinyl LP, 7”, CD, books, magazines!
  2. Vugrel
    Los Angeles-based group the Bomboras were one of the best and most significant bands associated with the surf rock revival of the s, as well as one of the most theatrical. After making their debut with 's Savage Island, the group released several exceptional albums throughout the decade, including 's It Came from Pier 13, before splitting in
  3. Dizuru
    The Bomboras are an American all-instrumental surf band from Los Angeles, California, United States. The band was formed in the summer of , sharing a love of s surf and garage music such as The Ventures, Booker T, and The Sonics. Donning Day of the Dead regalia onstage, the fivesome tempered their retro-stylings with an update by way of The Ramones, The Pandoras, and Nuggets.
  4. Tauktilar
    Primo formerly Dj Echo. Blasted on the scene in early with the Cutz Tour hosted by Reverbnation. While taking large inspiration from Dj Am “Adam Weinstein” Tiesto and Steve Aoki. This self thought mix artist cuts current dance and hiphop hits with new dub step and vocal house. Mixing and mashing his nonstop ear candy into your mind.
  5. Magul
    Listen to Camel-Toe Stomp from The Bomboras's Savage Island! for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Listen to Camel-Toe Stomp from The Bomboras's Savage Island! for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Tortilla. The Bomboras. Play track Mosquito Royale. Atomic Mosquitos. blowout. Los Straitjackets.
  6. Arajinn
    5 posts published by køpper during February The Past, Present, and Future of Garage, Punk, and Primitive Rock 'n' Roll.
  7. Kazirr
    Listen to your favorite songs from The Bomboras. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  8. Daitaur
    The Bomboras sounded even better on future records after they added a second guitarist to their lineup. But Savage Island, at a compact minute-length, is an enjoyable, adventurous romp through exotic, forbidden islands. ~ Adam Bregman/5(5).

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