|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Paul / Pyramid's Stomp||2||Audio||1963||Best Records (6)|
|2||Paul / Pyramid's Stomp||2||Audio||1963||Best Records (6)|
|3||Penetration, The Best Of The Pyramids||14||Audio||1995||Sundazed Music|
|4||Penetration||2||Audio||1963||Best Records (6)|
|6||Penetration, The Best Of The Pyramids||14||Audio||1995||Sundazed Music|
|7||Contact / Pressure||2||Audio||1964||Cedwicke Records|
|8||Carol Ann/Bikini Drag||2||Audio||2000||Sundazed Music|
|9||Penetration, The Best Of The Pyramids||14||Audio||1995||Sundazed Music|
The Pyramids were a surf band formed in Long Beach, South California around 1961 with Skip Mercier (Lead Guitar), Willy Glover (Rhythm Guitar), Steve Leonard (Bass Guitar), Tom Pitman (Saxophone) and Ron McMullen (drums) as members.
In 1963 they recorded a single "Pyramid Stomp", which smoothly made the top hits of KMEN radio station in San Bernardino and attracted the attention of London Records executives. Britons decided to found an ephemeral Best Records label to promote The Pyramids under which the band cut a brilliant "The Pyramids Play The Original Penetration" (1964) album.