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Jesus Christ Surferstar

by various artists

Surf music did it again- the remake of the great rock opera in a 'surfy' interpretation
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Overture Daikaiju
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5:35 album only
2. Heaven On Their Minds Urban Surf Kings
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4:04 album only
3. What's the Buzz Waistcoats
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2:28 album only
4. Strange Things Mystifying Prawns with Horns
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1:48 album only
5. Then We Are Decided Breakfastime
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2:43 album only
6. Everything's Alright Susan & Surftones
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3:08 album only
7. This Jesus Must Die Atomic Mosquitos
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3:28 album only
8. Hosanna El Ray
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2:28 album only
9. Simon Zealotas Pipelines
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3:45 album only
10. Poor Jerusalem Lava Rats
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2:33 album only
11. Pilate's Dream 3 Piece Suit
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1:25 album only
12. The Temple Ward 69
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3:03 album only
13. I Don't Know How to Love Him Crime Factor Zero
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2:24 album only
14. Damned For All Time/blood Money Babyshaker
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3:13 album only
15. The Last Supper Hypnotic IV
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2:18 album only
16. Gethsemane (i Only Want to Say) Surfones
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2:32 album only
17. The Arrest HiFi Ramblers
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3:41 album only
18. Peter's Denial Fabulous Planktones
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2:21 album only
19. Pilate & Christ Capacitors
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1:45 album only
20. King's Herod's Song Susan & Surftones
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2:40 album only
21. Could We Start Again Please Noseriders
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2:47 album only
22. Judas Death Johnny Vortex
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23. Trial Before Pilate Supertones
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24. Superstar Atlantics
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25. Crucifixion Longhorn Devils
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26. John Nineteen Forty One Aqualads
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"what's impressive about this production is how well a good surf band can sound when applying its talent to a tune with a strong melody. They're all done very well. A double cd that all surf instro fans should not be without!


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Steven Anderson, Scotland.

Highly recommended!
This is a superb album. Surf guitar reworkings of the Lloyd-Webber musical that actually improve on the original score. Highly recommended!

hank

One of the best tributes!!!
A great tribute to one of the classic musicals. I didn't believe surf/garage would work, but it is phenomenal!!!

phil dirt

What a cool concept!
What a cool concept! Andrew Lloyd Webber's controversial rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar goes to the beach - mostly. 21 instrumentals and a handful of interesting vocals. Most of the instros are surf. The whole package is well done. Vocal tracks on this amazing CD include a delightful faux-pomp performance of "Strange Things Mystifying" by Prawns With Horns, the traditional surf backtracked "Simon Zeabotas" from Pipelines, the heavy garage fuzz and organ pound of Babyshaker's "Damned For All Time / Blood Money," the dry edged power of "The Arrest" from the HiFi Ramblers, and the Texas heavy fuzz of Johnny Vortex's "Juda's Death."