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Permalink The Surfaris Hurley Sessions - New Album

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This topic was automatically created to discuss the news story The Surfaris Hurley Sessions - New Album.

I'm not interested in downloads but I'd love to have the CD.
But the only place I could it is on the Surfaris facebook page (ugh!).
It says 10 days lead time so I wonder if it's a CD-R made on demand. Uh-Oh
And the price is $25.00 shipped. Maybe for my birthday...


Last edited: Mar 31, 2016 17:45:09

Perhaps the price tag helps cover the licencing fees for the cover songs. A CD of mostly covers would be expensive for the band.


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I empathize. No doubt the costs involved must be high.
I sure wouldn't want to try to make a living as a musician.

But $25 at tax time is still a lot for a poor music fan... Sigh


I watched the trailer and have a question: Are there any new songs on the CD?

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Lots of covers and yet the only song from their own repertoire is Point Panic. To be honest I wasn't really a fan of this album

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