Intensity!

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Intensity!
Bambi Molesters Intensity!.jpg
Studio album by The Bambi Molesters
Released 1999
Recorded December 1998
Genre Surf rock, instrumental rock
Length 44:43
Label Dancing Bear
Producer Bojan Kotzmuth and the Bambi Molesters
The Bambi Molesters chronology
Dumb Loud Hollow Twang
(1997)
Intensity!
(1999)
Sonic Bullets: 13 from the Hip
(2001)

Intensity! is the second studio album released by Croatian surf rock band The Bambi Molesters. The album was recorded in December 1998 and was released in 1999.

Background[edit]

In 1999, the band signed to Dancing Bear Records. The release of the album on the label prompted the band to tour all of Europe, alongside acts such as Man or Astro-man?, The Flaming Sideburns, and The Cramps. As their reputation for live shows expanded, radio stations in America and the United Kingdom began playing their music, exposing them to a wider audience. They also released music videos of "The Wedge" and "Bikini Machines" to promote the album.

In 1999, they performed as an opening act for R.E.M. during their European promotional tour for the album Up. R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck, having gone to see the band play beforehand, was significantly impressed by the band's performance, and offered to perform on later albums. Buck appeared as a guest musician on the Bambi Molesters' 2001 album, Sonic Bullets: 13 from the Hip, where he contributed two guitar solos.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Dalibor Pavičić and Dinko Tomljanović, except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Intensity!"   3:44
2. "The Wedge" Dick Dale 2:40
3. "Central Coast Swing"   3:00
4. "C Alpha E"   2:23
5. "Bikini Machines"   2:01
6. "Tempted"   3:16
7. "Napuljska Gitara" Traditional 2:19
8. "Avalanche"   3:00
9. "Golden Spike"   3:12
10. "High Wall" Rick Dangel, John Greek 3:11
11. "Chase"   2:43
12. "Invasion Of The Reverb Snatchers"   3:30
13. "Sweet Spot"   3:08
14. "Latinia" Tommy Nunes, Mark Hilder 6:35

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