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Reverse Shark Attack

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I Wear Black
Drop Dead Baby
High School
Doctor Doctor
Bikini Babes
Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk
Reverse Shark Attack
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Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 25:18

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Austin L. Ray


For more than 10 years, Austin L. Ray has been writing about entertainment and culture. He's sat in a dark tent with Zach Galifianakis, walked Savannah, Ga.'s s...more »

Ty Segall & Mikal Cronin, Reverse Shark Attack
2013 | Label: In The Red / Revolver

Reverse Shark Attack, a 2009 vinyl-only release getting resuscitated by In the Red this year, is the product of Ty Segall and Mikal Cronin, who have been partners in rabble-rousin’ for about as long as either have been making music. In their respective (prolific) discographies, they have captured, perfected and riffed on what it means to be a garage rocker in the aughts, and this sorta-early gem catches them in fine, pre-notoriety form.

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