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Sluts Biog Discography: Pot sounds (Delerium Records - Delec CD 078 2000) Heavy Surf - US import compilation (Reptile Records - RR001) Surf & Destroy (White Arsenic Records - Blzbob666) Talk Live at Temple Hall - UK compilation Scarytale In Olde York - CD EP ( White Arsenic Records - 4Q CL1FF) In the bleak winter of 1999 three bands burnt out - Suicidal Flowers, Gods Little Monkeys and even the Incinerators, incinerated. From the ashes rose the Surf Sluts. It was time for TAT! No more hippy psychedelics, no more soulful country pop, no more eighties drum machine-based toss with gurning bass player (now lead guitar) ……so Pot Sounds was born. Pot Sounds - “the band meet The Beach Boys, and terrorise them back to California with just a touch of energetic rock & roll, a soupcon of tribal rhythms and a hint of pagan doo-wop” - Delerium promo Following this dodgy, rather tinny first attempt at world pop domination (although it is rather fun and cheap - unless you buy it from Delerium - when it’s cheaper to buy it from, came Surf & Destroy. Surf & Destroy - “influences from the 50's 60's and 70's The Surf Sluts are like The MC5 meets Chuck Berry, Hank Williams and The Beach Boys on drugs. Psychotic rock up to it's eyeballs in speed, bleach and cheap booze” - Delerium promo Surf & Destroy also available from …And as D-ream once said “things can only get better” but they didn’t - and here it is… The EP Scary Tale In Olde York - a cross between “Mistletoe and Wine” as sung by the bastard offspring of Scrooge and the Childcatcher from Chitty Bang Bang with “Little Drummer Boy” as sung by Bing Crosby and David Bowie. Influences range from Showaddywaddy (‘they use the lyric 'bop showaddywaddy’ - Ally Fogg - The Big Issue in the North) to Showaddywaddy (‘they use the lyric 'bop showaddywaddy’ - Ally Fogg - The Big Issue in the North) and even the obscure Showaddy before waddy joined. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.