Kim Salmon and the Surrealists are an Australian indie rock band formed by Kim Salmon in 1987 when he was living in Perth between the final two tours by The Scientists. When the Scientists stopped, Salmon continued the Surrealists as his main band while playing in Beasts of Bourbon. Salmon formed the first lineup of the Surrealists in mid-1987, with Brian Henry Hooper on bass and Tony Pola on drums.
Kim Salmon & The Surrealists – Sin Factory. Label: Red Eye Records – RED CD 33, Red Eye Records – 863677 2, Polydor – 517 970 2, Polydor – 863677 2. Format: CD, Album, Special Tour Pack incl.
By: Kim Salmon And The Surrealists (1993, Rock). More albums from Kim Salmon And The Surrealists: Hit Me With The Surreal Feel by Kim Salmon And The Surrealists. View all albums . Sin Factory. By: Kim Salmon And The Surrealists (1993, Rock).
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The counterpoint to those howlers can be found in Salmon's spooky, faraway-sounding covers of "Blue Velvet," "Torture," and "Devil in Disguise. Then there are the three tracks that play off the album's title: "Surreal Feel," "Surreel Feel," and "Surreal Feal". Hit Me With the Surreal Feel is a lot of freaky fun with its goofy references to Dada, surrealism, and such.