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Habanero The Cactus (Stingray Sounds 2015)





   Ordering the menus as spaghetti incident of the western civilization covers in noir filming via Surf Rock of the 60’s bending machine with no coins to put in for listening but automatically, gave you the chance to have this recording on nominated Canadian music awards of the year which retaining thus Surf and Garage roots themes delivered here by The 427’s crew writing all their songs for Mavericks as consisting members: Geoff May on drums, Andrew Nugara on bass guitar, Chris Van Keir on guitars and Rob Day on lead vocals not pretending to keep their old odd sounds comprising to the new millennium limited audience as the helps rhythm sections on trumpet by Kevin Waites and Eve Hell on upright bass adding some harmonic specials towards the band’s semi-soft porn themed emotional front cover which reminding us about the low-costs b-movie from Calgary, Alberta collections there fills within ten tracks. 

From The Spy Invasion, Night of The Living Surf onto Tijuana Sunset, Urchin Stomp and The Score rocks the boat and stage equally the same as beers or other drinking beverages accompanied your long evening try to find something or someone special as well. The non-vocals tuning might not be so boring as one orders good foods and grills for the selection on being in decision to have your ass gone with a boat to this Space-age jazzy, Surfing Rock island party music realm. Either you got lucky shot or lucky enough to sleep with the sniper woman with mask. 





Mavericks:
https://the427s.bandcamp.com/album/mavericks





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