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Artist: Victim

Title: Power Hungry

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Victim Power Hungry Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1983

Label: Pop Records

Catalog Number: Bc 1001


Mike Phahler guitar
J.R. Solis drums
Brian Thoryk bass
Rocky Reiger vocals


1.  On the Street Tonight  
2.  Keep Cumin'  
3.  Victim  
4.  Power Hungry  
5.  The Bridge  
6.  She's a Savage  
7.  Erin  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Knuckles Date: June 4, 2002 at 13:08
This is a great album. Picture perfect 80's rock. Anybody know if this is available on cd?

From: David Date: July 1, 2002 at 1:20
I don't think this is available on cd

From: TOMCAT Date: October 2, 2003 at 8:22
One of my first albums on vinyl ever owned (around 1985) was the album "dirty mean and nasty' by this band..awesome release,these guys had excellent songwriting ideas on that one.. this is a release that should be rereleased... anyone with info on this great act, please mail me at batcave777@hotmail.com young lust, tell me ,who do you trust?

From: Wendy Date: March 19, 2004 at 21:13
I wanted to thank you all for your wonderful comments about this band! The drummer of this band is my ex husband and my daughter was looking for this LP for herself. She has never heard her father's music when Victim was alive and kickin' @ss! So you all made her smile to see the comments you have written.. thank you again...

From: Brittany Date: March 20, 2004 at 18:00
i wanted to thank all of you for your comments my father was jr. solis the drummer of this band and me and my sister tiffany want to thanks all of you for this. we have never really heard our fathers music but we have recently found the album and have ordered it so again thank you very much for all of your support!!!!

From: Tiffany Date: March 20, 2004 at 18:06
I would just like to let everybody know that my dad is Jr. Solis!!! I am very proud to say that and Brian Thoryk was a dork. luv Tiffany Solis

From: Knuckles Date: March 22, 2004 at 7:41
To,Brittany,and Tiffany,your dad sure put out a top notch release,and I would love to see this thing re-released but on cd. You just never know who comes on this site so just incase. "HEY YOU CD PUTTER OUTTERS,THIS ONE DESERVES A LOOK AT LEAST". "RELEASE THIS THING OUT ON CD FOR CRYING OUT LOUD"

From: Rocky Reiger Date: November 20, 2004 at 5:01
Hey all, this is Rocky from the one and only Victim! Just wanted to let you all know that I'm bringing back the dog collar and bandana look, just like on the back cover of the album. Those were the days.

From: Rene Date: November 20, 2004 at 13:17
Yes, this is realy a kick ass record that every fan of early US METAL need to have. I have this one still on vinyl and i still listen to it many times. I think this band sound a lot like HAWAII and AUGUST REDMOON. Great melodic U.S METAL without stupid sounds that many bands are puting in their music today. This are simple but greattttttttttt songs. BUY OR DIE MOTHERFUCKERS. ROCKY, you voice is greattttttttttttttttttttttt!!!!!!!!!!!!! The 80s maybe died for many but to me it still alive, forever

From: Bobby De Date: July 15, 2005 at 21:07
Rene i love you, your not alone - i live everyday like its the hight of the greatest musical decade in the world. The all mighty 80s! Very cool heavy metal album and i just wish it was popular so kids growing up could be like Victim and play classic heavy metal. That would be so.....words cant describe how awesome that would be.

From: Jonni Date: October 23, 2005 at 6:17
OMG! I was up/downloading off of Limewire 80's music and remembered you guys put it in and there it was!So I thought I'd google! I had that album! Great hair! Great parties! You guys were so fun! I remember Mike Wilmot did the cover right! Like he did for Prince and Motley Crue! Well I will be letting those headbangers Mark and Ian know your still selling it Rocky! You were so hot all the women had to hit that! You should let the world see those pictures of you guys on the back! Love Ya! Jon....

From: LisaChick Date: October 31, 2005 at 1:19
Oh holyhell - I somehow stumbled upon this site. I saw Victim play many a time - both in the early days in Lakeside (Was it called "Rock-n-Hall" or something like that? (I came with a band that played with them, Snakebyte) and, much to Snakebytes chagrin became a HUGE fan, along with my friend Monique. Remember the days at Rogo's? That...dressing room with the big MOON print on the wall. IT's good to see this, it made me grin - and Rocky - dang - bring back that dog collar..*grin*, don't forget

From: LisaChick Date: October 31, 2005 at 1:21
Oh...and, as I typed over 500 characters, I'll just add - I have both albums, still.

From: Jonni Date: November 3, 2005 at 1:30
LisaChick, 2 funny I probably know you! I wasn't aware Victim had 2 albums.I have been planning on buying this one because my PUNKROCK daughter(+2 my boys)think I am so Mary Poppins it's crazy! I played her a song off a site, and she really liked it.I have to wait 'til my husband gets back (ridiculous war over oil!). He will freak cause of the pictures on the back if I don't ask him first!Anyway what is the name of that second one? I'd like to get it too.Then only to find a record player..

From: LisaChick Date: November 8, 2005 at 20:19
Jonni - Your name is real familiar... The second album was "DMN" (Dirty Mean and Nasty)...Its the record player that would be hard to find, I don't have one, so basically the albums are...well...sent to live in the "memory box"..(Along with the snakeskin miniskirts and fringy jacket) *LOL* Did you hang around with a girl named...*thinking* Kim? (not sure if that was the name of the girl I'm picturing when I think of the name Kim, who hung around maybe with a girl named Jonni I think)

From: Joe Glasser Date: October 21, 2009 at 6:21
I know Rocky Reiger, And Brian Thor. Does Brian still work at guitar center? And is rocky still on parole? haha

From: Jay Date: January 6, 2011 at 15:01
I knew Rocky too...I financed a bus from San Diego to the Whiskey in Hollywood for Victim waaayyy back in the mid '80's. We were roommates in the 'late '80's as well. Some good times there.... The guy was a crackup for sure. His ponytail and ball-cap signature look was def a sign of the times...like my Oakley Razors!! :-) Wonder what Rock Dank's up to these days... Rocky...you know where I am...same house in Clairemont bro!! What do you think the Victim should do?? lol.

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