The Penetrators
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The Penetrators

Huntsville, Alabama, United States | INDIE

Huntsville, Alabama, United States | INDIE
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007 Surf Songs
Southern Surf Syndicate, demo cassette, Nov. 94

Have Reverb, Will Travel
Southern Surf Syndicate, cassette, Apr. 95

Dickheads (Dick Dale tribute compilation)
Solamente Records, 10" LP, Oct. 95

Thee Phantom 5ive vs. The Penetrators
Solamente Records, 7" EP, Feb. 96

Kings of the High-Speed Weekend
Southern Surf Syndicate, CD, Aug. 96

Rock, Don't Run, Vol. 2 (compilation)
Spinout Records, CD Jan. 96

Reverb Central (live compilation)
KFJC Radio, CD, Jan. 96

Mondo Drive-In (movie theme compilation)
Blood Red Vinyl, CD & 12" LP, Apr. 97

Spaghetti (Italian western-themed compilation)
One Million Dollar Records, CD & 12" LP, June 97

Hit the Jet Stream with The Penetrators
Continental Records, 7" EP, July 97

Y'all -- The CD (southern band compilation)
Cox Interactive Media, CD, July 97

The Penetrators Meet The Space Cossacks
Solamente Records, 7" EP, Aug. 97

Smells Like Surf Spirit
Gee-Dee Records (Germany), CD, Dec. 97

Hands Across Atlanta (Atlanta compilation CD)
Quixotic Records, CD, Feb. 98

Hot-Rods To Hell, Vol. 2 (compilation)
Blood Red Vinyl, CD & 12" LP, April 98

Locals Only (Atlanta compilation CD)
99X CD Compilation, April 98

Anubis (Croatia), CD, Jan. 99

Swingin' Creepers: A Tribute To The Ventures
Musick, CD & LP, March 99

Takin' Out The Trash: A Tribute To The Trashmen
Double Crown, CD, June 99

Locked & Loaded
Double Crown, CD, Jan. '001

For a Few Guitars More
Dancing Bear, CD, '002

Double Crown Records, DVD, May '008



The Penetrators: agents of The Southern Surf Syndicate are on a mission to win the hearts and minds of unsuspecting civilians around the globe to that most glorious and musically pure genre of rock & roll: full-bore, reverb-drenched instrumental surf music with a tinge of spaghetti western for good measure.

What it really all boils down to is one guiding principle: fun. Remember that? Rock & roll was never supposed to be a bummer, watered down or over processed. And through the work of The Penetrators and several other bands you'll hear about on this site, rock & roll is anything BUT a bummer -- in fact, you might use words like "exuberant" or "raucous" or "jubilant" or even, gulp, "beautiful." No kidding!