The Marketts (a.k.a. the Mar-Kets) were an LA-based surf rock instrumental group with several hits from 1962-1966 that included their 1964 futuristic surf rock hit, "Out Of Limits." Their hits also included "Surfer's Stomp" (1962) and "Batman Theme" (1966). Many years later, the Marketts became the New Marketts and they had one R&B chart hit in 1976 with "Song From M*A*S*H."
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- Surfer's Stomp 1962
- Batman Theme 1966
(This instrumental song, which was based on the TV series title theme, also became a hit for Neal Hefti (1966).)
- Out Of Limits 1963
(The opening of this instrumental song is similar to that famous eerie theme from "The Twilight Zone" TV series.)
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