The Blue Stingrays

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The Blue Stingrays were a late 1990s rock band that played surf rock, incorporating some country and western elements, with an overall Hawaiian atmosphere.

The band was composed of the members of The Heartbreakers, Tom Petty's backup band, who took a short break from their work with Petty to record one album, Surf-N-Burn, which had the theme song "Goldfinger" from the James Bond film of the same name. Released by Epitaph Records, the album's liner notes include a faux history of The Blue Stingrays as if they were a legendary instrumental band founded in the late 1950s whose sole album was lost for decades due to the band members desire for anonymity.

Personnel[edit]

Though not credited in the CD booklet, the musicians were:

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