Here come The Aquabats! The first musical, crime-fighting supergroup in history! Traveling the land in their trusty, super custom tour vehicle, the BattleTram, The Aquabats are just your average rock band trying to save the world from EVIL and total destruction! Every week "The Aquabats! Super Show!" features a new live-action adventure, a mix of animation sequences, television commercial parodies, and live concert footage to combat the powers of EVIL in their never-ending quest to destroy boredom and seek justice for all!
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Aquabats! Super Show! - The Aquabats discography - Netflix
The discography of The Aquabats, an Orange County, California-based rock band, consists of five studio albums, one compilation album, two EPs, one video album, and three music videos, among other recordings. The Aquabats were originally formed as a ska band in 1994 by vocalist The MC Bat Commander, bassist Crash McLarson and trumpeter Catboy. Attracting a local cult following for their theatrical stage shows, the band independently recorded and released their debut LP The Return of The Aquabats in 1996, eventually selling over 24,000 copies without any distribution. After being signed to Goldenvoice Records in 1997, the band released their second album The Fury of The Aquabats! during the height of the American ska revival, becoming their most successful release to date, peaking at number 172 on the Billboard 200. The group's third album, 1999's The Aquabats vs. the Floating Eye of Death!, proved to be a commercial disappointment following the band's complete shift in musical direction, resulting in The Aquabats' dismissal from Goldenvoice in 2000. Despite releasing a B-sides compilation and live DVD through Fearless Records in the early 2000s, The Aquabats spent most of this period in relative inactivity, leading to radical changes in both the band's line-up and musical style. In 2004, the group independently recorded the EP Yo! Check Out This Ride!, signing to Nitro Records several months later. 2005's Charge!!, the band's first release as a new wave-influenced quintet, effectively revitalized The Aquabats' career, meeting with positive reviews and a return to regular touring. Although plans for a follow-up album were announced in 2007, The Aquabats were dropped from Nitro in 2009, continuing as an independent band before rejoining Fearless in late 2010. In 2011, the group released their sixth and most recent album, Hi-Five Soup!, which became their second highest-charting release to date, debuting at 181 on the Billboard 200 and number 5 on Top Heatseekers.
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