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“Ziggy Played Surf Guitar with Local Lost Boys -- David Bowie will finally receive the surf-instrumental treatment when locals the Lost Boys of Penzance and 20 other artists from around the world release their unique surf-guitar takes on classic David Bowie tunes, on an album called Ziggy Played Surf Guitar.”
"Ziggy Played Surf Guitar" Track Review -- Tremolo shimmered and gently haunted, "The Man Who Sold The World" is just lovely. Layered with tone and texture in a well thought out arrangement, the song is compelling and easy, while retaining grit. Quite nice. (4 Stars)
"Ziggy Played Surf Guitar" Track Review -- There is no let up in the energy stakes on this vibrant surf rock modern album unless you count a restrained but powerful "Man Who Sold the World" by The Lost Boys of Penzance. A real surprise and wonderful production.
"Ziggy Played Surf Guitar" Track Review -- The Lost Boys of Penzance jangle pleasantly through The Man Who Sold The World with a tremolo lead....
"Further Beyond The Sea" Track Review -- The Lost Boys Of Penzance make nice with The Fountains of Wayne's "Stacy's Mom." its light melody line trembles gently as the drums punctuate the flow. This is both pretty and rockin'. (4 Stars)
“Blurt Column: Smokin’ -- The Lost Boys of Penzance have covered a TV commercial jingle, “The Disadvantages of You,” from a 1967 Benson & Hedges 100s cigarette ad.”