Because the name would indicate, the Surf Punks combined two growing sounds from the past due ’70s — punk rock and roll and browse revival. The music group, fronted by Dennis Dragon, personified the surf’s-up, lighthearted Western Coastline attitude — these were actually featured inside a PBS documentary demonstrating “California Seaside British.” The Browse Punks’ irreverence, immaturity, and skepticism of outsiders arrived glowing through in tracks like “My Seaside,” “Zero Extra fat Chicks,” “Teenage Women,” and “Local people Just.” The band’s self-titled debut in 1979, produced independently Day-Glo label, became a cult traditional. Epic came phoning and the Browse Punks peaked with My Seaside in 1980, before these were dropped from the label when Dragon blew off a large show and only going browsing. They proceeded to go indie for 1982’s synth pop-influenced Local people Only on Popular Curl Records, after that took a brief break before coming back in 1987 with Oh No, Not really Them Once again! The combo rode its last influx in 1988 with Party Bomb.
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|Rock 'n' Roll High School 101||2012||TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode|
|Under the Boardwalk||1988||performer: "Ballroom Blitz", "Our Day Will Come", "My Beach' - as The Surf Punks|
|Urgh! A Music War||1981||Documentary performer: "My Beach"|
|Skateboard Madness||1980||Documentary performer: "My Wave"|
|Under the Boardwalk||1988||Themselves|
|Urgh! A Music War||1981||Documentary||Themselves|
|Rock 'n' Roll High School 101||2012||TV Series documentary||Themselves|
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