Part 7 of my favorite youtube videos countdown continues with The Atlantics! Hailing from Australia, The Atlantics started out as Sydney’s answer to the Beach Boys…except, they didn’t sing. They were a surf rock instrumental band who churned out the local hits “Bombora.” Looking to change their image a bit, they collaborated with lead singer Johnny Rebb in the mid 60s and produced “Come On” in 1967. Written by drummer Peter Hood, “Come On” is considered one of the all-time long lost classics of garage punk rock. Its a brash, highly charged electric party highlighted by a killer chorus and a bass line accented with Eastern mysticism. This video is funny because we get to see Johnny Rebb’s gorgeous toupee, and moves strait out of Elaine Benes’s school of dance. Enjoy!