Wavves - King Of The Beach - Garage Punk Lo fi Indie Surf Rock 180 Grm LP

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Wavves - King Of The Beach

Label: Fat Possum Records

– FP1224-1
Format: 180 Grm Vinyl, LP

Includes Picture Insert

Country: US
Released: 03 Aug 2010
Genre: Rock, Pop
Style: Surf, Psychedelic Rock, Lo-Fi, Punk


Tracklist

A1 King Of The Beach 2:38
A2 Super Soaker 2:29
A3 Idiot 2:52
A4 When Will You Come? 2:35
A5 Post Acid 2:11
A6 Take On The World 2:41


B1 Baseball Cards 3:05
B2 Convertible Balloon 2:24
B3 Green Eyes 3:50
B4 Mickey Mouse 3:52
B5 Linus Spacehead 3:12
B6 Baby Say Goodbye 5:11


Companies etc
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fat Possum Records LLC
Copyright (c) – Fat Possum Records LLC
Manufactured By – Fat Possum Records
Distributed By – Fat Possum Records
Recorded At – Sweet Tea
Mixed At – Sweet Tea
Mastered At – Masterdisk

Credits
Artwork By – Kelly Seagraves, Margaret Graves
Artwork By [Ghost Ramp Logo] – Amelia Braekke-Dyer
Edited By – Michael Stout, Will Cole (2)
Engineer, Mixed By – Kyle 'Slick' Johnson*
Mastered By – Howie Weinberg, Matt Agoglia*
Producer, Mixed By – Dennis Herring
Written-By – Billy Hayes (2) (tracks: B2, B6), Dennis Herring (tracks: A5, B6), Nathan Williams (2) (tracks: A1 to B4, B6), Stephen Pope (tracks: B5)

Notes
Recorded & Mixed at Sweet Tea, Oxford, MS
Mastered at Masterdisk, New York City, NY



Wavves is an American surf rock band based in San Diego, California.
Indie rock has reclaimed Green Day.

To be fair, on candy-chainsaw single "Post Acid," Wavves' Nathan Williams actually sounds more like a long-lost member of blink-182, though he'd likely make a strong case that he's a child of the Descendents. But it was Billie Joe Armstrong and pals who definitively balled up the snottiness and poppiness that Williams so thoroughly nails throughout his third album, which tones down but not wholly abandons the lo-fi orneriness of 2009's breakout Wavvves.

It's not just Kerplunk! 2.0. "When Will You Come," for example, approximates a cloudy day with lonely sleigh bells and droning doo-wop vocals. But King of the Beach's specialty is Warped Tour–ready choruses, charred with noise and peppered with lyrics from a self-hating surfer teen who sees sunburn as spiritual penance for being a burnout. "Waves crush my flesh and skull, but I still feel stupid," Williams wails on "Super Soaker," as if to point out that kings of the beach necessarily have self-esteem problems: After all, you can't build a parent-pleasing career spending your days stoned and in board shorts. When your whole life's a vacation destination, punk rock may be the only escape.
(Review from Spin Magazine)



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Condition New
Format LP
Label Fat Possum Records