|Title:||Out Of Control|
|Style:||Surf, Rock & Roll|
|Catalog #:||RNLP 019|
|3||Follow The Rock|
|5||That'll Be The Day|
|7||Out Of Control|
|10||One Potato Two Potato|
|11||Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde|
|none||The Crossfires||Out Of Control (CDr, Comp)||Not On Label||none||US||2011|
|SC 6062||The Crossfires||Out Of Control (CD, Comp)||Sundazed Music||SC 6062||US||1995|
Rare and lost material, even from acetates, recorded in the early 60s.
There are copies with a red round sticker on the front shrink wrap saying: "Pre-Turtles - The first recordings by the original Turtles including Flo and Eddie".
Out of Control - The Crossfires. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. MUSIC HERE IS ONLY FOR SHARING, NOT FOR MAKING MONEY. 01 Silver bullet 02 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 03 Chunky 04 That'll be the day 05 Out of control - The Crossfires. Album 1994 16 Songs. That'll Be the Day. Out of Control is an album of material by The Crossfires, later known as The Turtles. The album would be released in 1981 by Rhino Records. Al Nichol - lead guitar. Out of Control Nichol - 2:13. Fiberglass Jungle Kaplan, Nichol - 2:09. One Potato Two Potato Kaplan, Nichol, Jim Tucker - 2:32. The Crossfires were a surf-rock group active between in 1963 and 1965. The group was formed in Los Angeles, California by Westchester High students Howard Kaplan changed in 1965 to Kaylan, because that's how he always wrote his name, Al Nichol and Chuck Portz. Originally called 'The Nightriders' the group Mark Volman, Don Murray from Inglewood High and Dale Walton later replaced by Tom Stanton, who in turn, was later replaced by Jim Tucker to the group in 1963. Out of Control The Crossfires album - Out of Control Studio album by The Crossfires Released 1963 Genre Surf Length 37:04 Producer Bob Irwin, Howard Kaplan, Mark Volman The Turtles chronology Out of Control 1963. Out of Control. Crossfires Format: Audio CD. Out of Control is a good name for this CD because as surf bands go, The Crossfires were a wild one. Most of the tracks, even the vocals are FAST & LOUD. Vocal tracks like One Potato Two Potato seem more influenced by The Kinks than early rock, and Justine and Follow the Rock sound almost like Punk at times or at least a 1966 garage band. The band had a furious energy. The Crossfires never made an album. They were never all that big. They were the house band at local DJ Reb Foster's Revelaire Club