The Surf Punks are a hilariously obnoxious and irreverent pop-punk band from Malibu, California. As both their name and such amusingly broad tongue-in-cheek songs as "No Fat Chicks," "Teenage Girls," "Can't Get a Tan," and "Shark Attack" suggest, the group gleefully poke fun at West Coast Southern California beach/surf culture with a winning blend of unapologetically brash rude'n'crude humor, fierce, yet still catchy pop punk musical arrangements, and a blithely immature attitude. Read more... Dragon of the popular 70's pop duo the Captain and Tannille). The other original band members are: Tony Creed (lead guitar/blues harp), John Hunt (bass), and John Heussenstamm (lead guitar). The Surf Punks released their debut single "My Beach/My Wave" in Australia on the Shelter Records label. Their 1979 self-tilted debut album became an instant cult classic. The Surf Punks released four additional albums: "My Beach" in 1980, "Locals Only" in 1982, "Oh No! Not Them Again!" in 1988, and "Party Bomb" in 1988. The group sold out their first show at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. The Surf Punks were renowned for their extremely wild and uninhibited live shows during their early 80's heyday. They were road managed by Michael Parenti from 1980 to 1983. The band was initially supposed to appear in the 1987 comedy feature "Back to the Beach," but alas this never came to be. The Surf Punks appear as themselves in the documentaries "Skateboard Madness" and "Urgh! A Music War."