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I´m Sorry - Travoltas - Endless Summer (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ I´m Sorry - Travoltas - Endless Summer (CD, Album)

  1. Zuluhn says:
    The sun is out there And I'm feeling alright But it's not fair That I have to leave tonight I wish I could stay a little longer Cause I don't wanna be alone Now I know where I belong yeah I don't wanna go home Maybe I'm crazy But you make me .
  2. Zulkidal says:
    Aug 15,  · Endless Summer (Live) Artist Travoltas; Album Party! (Live at A) Licensed to YouTube by CD Baby (on behalf of Knock Knock Records); ASCAP, BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, and 3 Music Rights Societies.
  3. Migal says:
    Watch the video for Endless Summer from Travoltas's Endless Summer for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube. From The Album. Play album Endless Summer. Travoltas. 3, listeners. 4 more albums featuring this track.
  4. Dat says:
    Endless Summer Lyrics: Dad is smoking crack / Teachers on your back / Mom is driving you crazy / You got yourself a job / You don't exactly love / It's not enough cash you're making / Just hanging.
  5. Shakashakar says:
    Anchored by the steadfast kit work of drummer Woody, and in the spirit of the Ramones under the guidance of Phil Spector, Travoltas' musicianship is damn impressive. Succinctly put, in a perfect world, these lads would be chart-busters.-AMG The Travoltas - Endless Summer - /rs or The Travoltas - Endless Summer - /sb.
  6. Gosho says:
    The harmony vocals mix perfectly with the 'Johnny Ramone' guitars and what you get is a full force summer fun punk album along the line of Green Day with more surf influence. The album is short - which is a good thing! Definitely worth buying and better than most new so-called 'punk' acts that are being played on MTV these days/5(4).
  7. Nikom says:
    Endless Summer, an Album by Travoltas. Released 21 October on My First Sonny Weissmuller (catalog no. AHOEA ; CD). Genres: Pop Punk, Power Pop.
  8. Vorg says:
    Combing the Travoltas ' Endless Summer album from and Travoltas' Party from on one disc makes perfect sense, given that this Dutch power pop outfit has long had an admiration for the Beach Boys (by way of the Ramones), and both of these albums were conceptually designed to make that connection clear, right down to the beach-themed covers.

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