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Song title: Wipeout

by The Beach Boys


For three years straight we toured the nation
When we get through we needed a vacation
We wanted to party and get a little rest
So we packed our things and headed out west
We got our surfboards took the beachball out
Jumped in a limosuine ready to "Wipeout"

Now we're ready to go
Here we go here we go
One one two one two one two hit it D
Here we go

We got to California I said headed for the beach
There were girls galore all within our reach
There was sand and sun and lots of fun
But when we get there the fun really begun
So we cut on the box and started to shout
It was the Beach Boys rockin' huh huh the "Wipeout"

The sun went down and the night began
We was rapping for the people cold chillin' boppin'
We was partying hard making lots of noise
When around the corner came the real Beach Boys
So we all jumped up and started to shout
"Let's all sing the song called the 'Wipeout'"

Wipin' out wipe out....
Stay go stay go stay go
Bring it out now

Wipin' out wipe out

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This song has never been published on any official release.

Very few performances of this songs are known (to me, at least!):
 - 01/10/1965 Reception hall, Monmouth county,NJ ,USA during the Castiles period
   note: this date is only indicative of the general period
 - 29/10/1990 Tom Petty's house, San Fernando Valley ,USA
 - 10/04/2005 Stone Pony, Asbury Park,NJ ,USA
 - 04/11/2010 Soldiers and Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh,PA ,USA
 - 03/11/2011 Soldiers and Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh,PA ,USA

Data from the database
First known live performance: 01/10/1965 Reception hall, Monmouth county,NJ ,USA
Last known live performance: 03/11/2011 Soldiers and Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh,PA ,USA

Song 'history':

During the early years (1965-1972), played live (at least) 1 time(s) with the Castiles. .
Keep in mind that only a small amount of the setlists of these years has surfaced, so it may have been played a lot more.

The song was also played in informal happenings or off-tour appearances
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