Wipe Out is the debut studio album by The Surfaris, released in 1963. It contains their best known song "Wipe Out". Wipe Out" (2:12) - Bob Berryhill, Pat Connolly, Jim Fuller, Ron Wilson. Wiggle Wobble" (2:40) - Les Cooper. Torquay" (2:27) - George Tomsco. You Can't Sit Down" (4:15) - Dee Clark, Kal Mann, Cornell Muldrow. Green Onions" (2:45) - Booker T. Jones, Steve Cropper, Lewie Steinberg, Al Jackson, Jr. "Tequila" (2:05) - Joe Johnson. Wild Weekend" (2:33) - Tom Shannon, Phil Todaro.
wipe out definition: to lose control, especially in a vehicle, and have an accident:. Translations of wipe out. in Chinese (Traditional).
Wipe Out" is an instrumental composed by Bob Berryhill, Pat Connolly, Jim Fuller, and Ron Wilson. It is a twelve bar blues first performed and recorded by The Surfaris, who were elevated to international status with the release of the "Surfer Joe" and "Wipe Out" single in 1963. The single was first issued on the tiny DFS label ( in January 1963. It was reissued on the tiny Princess label ( in February 1963, and finally picked up for national distribution on Dot 45-16479 in April 1963. Dot reissued the single in April 1965 as 45-144.
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Apparently, "Wipe Out" and "Surfer Joe" are the only songs The Surfaris actually played on the album Wipe Out. The others were performed by another surf-rock group called The Challengers. Over the years, The Surfaris occasionally reformed, and even re-recorded "Wipe Out" for a K-Tel album in the '70s. According to The Billboard Book Of One-Hit Wonders, Berryhill and Pash are now both born-again Christians, Fuller became a guitarist for the Punk band The Seeds for a short time, and Pash also invented and manufactured an instrument called The Gitsitar.
It’s time to strap our boots on This is a perfect day to die Wipe the blood out of our eyes In this life, there’s no surrender There’s nothing left for us to do Find the strength to see this through.
|1||Too Many Tongues||4:25|
|3||Blind Idiot God||5:21|
|4||Next Year I'll Be Gone||5:42|
- Distributed By – Hoanzl
- Recorded At – Cranberry III
- Mixed At – Cranberry III
- Mastered At – Cranberry III
- Arranged By, Keyboards – Karl Julian Schmidinger
- Artwork – A. Kellas*
- Electronics – Fadi Dorninger*
- Guitar [Modulated] – Dietmar Neidhart*
- Lyrics By – Bruckmayr*
- Mastered By – Leo Martin
- Music By – Dorninger*
- Photography By – Jork Weismann
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Alex Jöchtl
- Vocals – Dietmar Bruckmayr*
NotesRecorded, Mixed and mastered by Cranberry III
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