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Surfin' Safari (Mono)

The Beach Boys

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Surfin' Safari (Mono)
The Beach Boys
2:07
2
County Fair (Mono)
The Beach Boys
2:17
3
Ten Little Indians (Mono)
The Beach Boys
1:30
4
Chug-A-Lug (Mono)
The Beach Boys
2:02
5
Little Girl (You're My Miss America) (Mono)
The Beach Boys
2:06
6
409 (Mono)
The Beach Boys
2:02
7
Surfin' (Mono)
The Beach Boys
2:13
8
Heads You Win, Tails I Lose (Mono)
The Beach Boys
2:19
9
Summertime Blues (Mono)
The Beach Boys
2:11
10
Cuckoo Clock (Mono)
The Beach Boys
2:11
11
Moon Dawg (Mono)
The Beach Boys
2:03
12
The Shift (Mono)
The Beach Boys
1:56
Total Playing Time    24:57
Billboard 200 - #32, 1963
Billboard Hot 100 - #14, 1962 - Surfin' Safari

"Four Stars. The beach scene gets a rolling, rocking treatment ... swings along neatly on lead singer's talent and support of the rest of the group."
- Billboard

"... the first vehicle for Brian Wilson to begin layering vocals which would quickly morph into the traditional Beach Boys soaring harmonies ... remains historically important as the first release for one of the great American rock & roll bands. While its sound would be quickly replaced by the brilliance of future Beach Boys recordings, in 1962 it was still a significant first step."
- Blogcritics.org

The historic debut from the Beach Boys includes the band's first single, Surfin', released almost a year before the came out. The song was not a hit but the next single, the title track Surfin' Safari rocketed to number 14 and set the stage for the success of the album and in turn, the entire five decade career of the Beach Boys.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Capitol Records Studio Masters

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