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* Al Jardine - guitar, backing and lead vocals

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* Al Jardine Music/AlJardine - guitar, backing and lead vocals



* Carl Wilson - guitar, backing and co-lead vocals

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* Carl Wilson Music/CarlWilson - guitar, backing and co-lead vocals


* Bruce Johnston - bass, vocals
* Mike Love - lead vocals

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* Bruce Johnston Music/BruceJohnston - bass, vocals
* Mike Love Music/MikeLove - lead vocals


* FaceOnTheCover: The band (minus Bruce) is featured on the album cover in a series of photographs.

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* FaceOnTheCover: The band (minus Bruce) is and their girlfriends are featured on the album cover in a series of photographs.


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* EverythingIsAnInstrument: Among the chatter in the bridge of "Barbara Ann" is a comment about "Hal and his famous ashtray". Legendary session drummer Hal Blaine was known for occasionally using an ashtray as a percussion instrument, most notably on Music/DeanMartin's "Houston".


* SpecialGuest: Dean Torrence of Music/JanAndDean sings (uncredited) co-lead vocals on "Barbara Ann".

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* SpecialGuest: Dean Torrence of Music/JanAndDean sings (uncredited) co-lead vocals on "Barbara Ann". His contribution had to be uncredited due to both groups being on different labels (Jan and Dean on Liberty, The Beach Boys on Captiol), but Carl can be heard saying "Thanks, Dean" at the end.


* SpecialGuest: Dean Torrence of Music/JanAndDean sings co-lead vocals on "Barbara Ann".

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* SpecialGuest: Dean Torrence of Music/JanAndDean sings (uncredited) co-lead vocals on "Barbara Ann".


''Beach Boys' Party!'' is the tenth studio album by Music/TheBeachBoys, released in 1965. Although Music/BrianWilson has been known to have said that he always wanted to do a party album, this album is generally considered to be a [[AlbumFiller filler album]], quickly recorded and released in time for Christmas to satisfy Capitol Records while Wilson was working on what would become ''Music/PetSounds''. As such, it is often [[CanonDiscontinuity left out of the discography]], despite a sudden hit from the album with "Barbara Ann". Though even that is a [[LoveItOrHateIt major polariser in the Beach Boys fan-base]].

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''Beach Boys' Party!'' is the tenth studio album by Music/TheBeachBoys, released in 1965. Although Music/BrianWilson has been known to have said that he always wanted to do a party album, this album is generally considered to be a [[AlbumFiller filler album]], quickly recorded and released in time for Christmas to satisfy Capitol Records while Wilson was working on what would become ''Music/PetSounds''. As such, it is often [[CanonDiscontinuity left out of the discography]], despite a sudden hit from the album with "Barbara Ann". Though even that is a [[LoveItOrHateIt major polariser in the Beach Boys fan-base]].
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** "Barbara Ann" is by The Regents.


* {{Medley}}: "I Get Around" and "Little Deuce Coupe" are performed as a medley.

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* {{Medley}}: "I Get Around" and "Little Deuce Coupe" are performed as a medley. "The Times They Are A-Changin'" includes a snippet of "Heart and Soul" performed on the piano at the end.
** An outtake included in the ''Uncovered and Unplugged'' release features a quick 30-second medley of "Hang On, Sloopy", "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" and "Twist and Shout".


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2015 saw the release of ''Beach Boys' Party! Uncovered and Unplugged'', an 81-track album which included the original tracklist without the "party" overdubs as well as lots of outtakes from the sessions, including several songs that were not included in the original release.


* CoverAlbum: Literally ''the entire album'' consists of covers. "I Should Have Known Better", "Tell Me Why" (from ''Music/AHardDaysNight'') and "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away" (from ''Music/{{Help}}'') are both Music/TheBeatles covers. "The Times They Are A-Changin'" is from Music/BobDylan's [[Music/TheTimesTheyAreAChangin album of the same name]]. "There's No Other (Like My Baby)" was written by The Crystals, "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow" by The Rivingtons, "Hully Gully" by The Olympics, "Alley Oop" by the Hollywood Argyles, "Mountain Of Love" by Harold Dorman and "Devoted To You" by Music/TheEverlyBrothers (Although "Medley: I Get Around/Little Deuce Coupe" was written by Music/BrianWilson and Mike Love, it is essentially a remake of those two songs).

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* CoverAlbum: Literally ''the Almost the entire album'' album consists of covers. covers; the sole exception, the "I Get Around"/"Little Deuce Coupe" medley, is a parody remake of both songs.
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"I Should Have Known Better", "Tell Me Why" (from ''Music/AHardDaysNight'') and "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away" (from ''Music/{{Help}}'') are both Music/TheBeatles covers. all [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]] covers.
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"The Times They Are A-Changin'" is from Music/BobDylan's [[Music/TheTimesTheyAreAChangin album of the same name]]. name]].
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"There's No Other (Like My Baby)" was written is by The Crystals, Crystals.
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"Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow" is by The Rivingtons, Rivingtons.
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"Hully Gully" is by The Olympics, Olympics.
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"Alley Oop" is by the Hollywood Argyles, Argyles.
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"Mountain Of Love" is by Harold Dorman and Dorman.
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"Devoted To You" is by Music/TheEverlyBrothers (Although "Medley: I Get Around/Little Deuce Coupe" was written by Music/BrianWilson and Mike Love, it is essentially a remake of those two songs). Music/TheEverlyBrothers.


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* SelfDeprecation: The self-covers of "I Get Around" and "Little Deuce Coupe" are performed in an humorous manner, with new parody lyrics.


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* CanonDiscontinuity: Some Beach Boys fans choose to exclude this album from their discography, going straight from ''Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!!)'' to ''Music/PetSounds''.

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