|Studio album by Lamont|
|Recorded||At New Alliance, Boston, Ma.|
|Genre||Stoner rock, Cowpunk|
|Label||Traktor 7 Records|
|Producer||Andrew Schneider & Lamont|
Thunder Boogie is probably the best known work by hard rock band Lamont. The album has a more raw sound than most of their material.[ citation needed ] The song "Hotwire" was featured in the video game, Tony Hawks Underground.
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