'63 Burnout | Trouble at the Speedway

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Trouble at the Speedway

by '63 Burnout

Hard driving, hot roddin' instrumental rock from Seattle, WA. An original mix of rockabilly, surf, spy and noir.
Genre: Rock: Hot Rod
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1. Trouble At the Speedway
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2. Action Boy Go!
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3. Flathead Fury
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4. Nashville Stomp
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5. Drag The Lake
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6. The Ballad Of El Guitardo
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7. Skull Shifter
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8. Pin Up Doll
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9. '63 Burnout
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10. Pipeline
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11. Brodie
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12. Orange Guitar
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13. Sleepwalk
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14. Theme From Attacko
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Album Notes
’63 Burnout – Trouble At The Speedway: What do you get when you take 1 guitar, 1 bass, 1 drum kit, 2 days in the studio, a hand full of microphones and a fridge full of PBR? One hell of a ROCK album – that’s what! Influenced heavily by 60’s/70’s rock music, surf and rockabilly, “63 Burnout plays hard driving, hot roddin’ instro ROCK music in Seattle, Washington recorded at Studio Litho. Members hail from several legendary local Pacific Northwest bands, like Attacko, The Spaceneedles, Hot Lava Monsters, Bloodhag and The Seamonkees. Searing guitar licks are provided by none other than Thom Beckman who writes most of the trio’s material. The rhythm section is filled out by Jim Freeman on bass and Rodd Karp on drums. Check us out! – You won’t be disappointed.


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Susan R.

Excellent CD!
These guys must’ve had a great time making this CD. All of the music is pure good-time energy from start to finish. Tracks 5 and 8 let you catch your breath a little bit and then they're right back at it. (One can’t help but imagine the Stray Cats after a few hours of wicked drinking at a bar, coming back to their ride and finding all of the hubcaps stolen, the tires slashed and a parking ticket on the windshield.) This CD makes a bad day all right.

Steven Winter

You know that drag strip smell? Burning rubber, super-heated metal, exhaust, dust, grease, spilled beer. Smells like speed. '63 Burnout evokes that same high-octane aroma. Try out Nashville Stomp or Theme From Attacko to see what I mean. Cinch your harness tight and take a deep breath, 'cause this music launches hard.