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Shut Down Volume 2 is the fifth studio album by the Beach Boys, and the first of four they would release in 1964. The album's "Volume 2" refers to the 1963 hot rod compilation Shut Down, released by the band's label, Capitol Records, which included "409" and "Shut Down" but was not a Beach Boys album. This is the first album not to feature David Marks, and he would not appear on another album until That's Why God Made the Radio in 2012.
The front sleeve photograph, taken by Capitol staff photographer George Jerman, shows the band (now with Al Jardine making his cover debut) posing next to a selection of cool cars - notably, a blue Corvette Sting Ray owned by Dennis and Pontiac Grand Prix owned by Carl.
- Side one
- "Fun, Fun, Fun" (Brian Wilson/Mike Love) - 2:03
- "Don't Worry Baby" (B. Wilson/Roger Christian) - 2:47
- "In the Parkin' Lot" (B. Wilson/Christian) - 2:01
- ""Cassius" Love vs. "Sonny" Wilson" (Love/B. Wilson) - 3:30
- "The Warmth of the Sun" (B. Wilson/Love) - 2:51
- "This Car of Mine" (B. Wilson/Love) - 1:35
- Side two
- "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" (Frankie Lymon/George Goldner) - 2:07
- "Pom, Pom Play Girl" (B. Wilson/Gary Usher) - 1:30
- "Keep an Eye on Summer" (B. Wilson/Bob Norberg) - 2:21
- "Shut Down, Part II" (Carl Wilson) - 2:07
- "Louie, Louie" (Richard Berry) - 2:27
- "Denny's Drums" (Dennis Wilson) - 1:56
- Al Jardine – harmony and backing vocals, bass guitar, rhythm guitar
- Mike Love – lead, harmony and backing vocals
- Brian Wilson – lead, harmony and backing vocals, bass guitar, piano
- Carl Wilson – lead, harmony and backing vocals, lead guitar
- Dennis Wilson – lead, harmony and backing vocals, drums
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