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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Lookout Records
Catalog Number: 6611-2
|1.||Are You Gonna Move It for Me|
|2.||Do You Wanna Hit It|
|3.||40 Boys in 40 Nights|
|4.||Play My Game|
|6.||Drivin' Thru My Heart|
|7.||You've Got a Crush on Me|
|9.||Don't Get Me Busted|
|12.||Gimme a Ride|
|13.||Living After Midnight||Cover: Judas Priest|
|14.||Nothing to Do|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: July 13, 2022 at 17:06|
|Punky hard rock with nods to '80's metal. The hip music press were big on this band, emphasizing the punk and portraying the Crue and Priest covers as a joke, because surely groovy chicks like these couldn't actually LIKE old metal, could they? Conversely, lots of metalheads gave these ladies a pass because they were too punk, with or without actually listening to the songs. They were a pretty fun band, really, but definitely marketed more to an indie crowd. Any fan of the more ragged-sounding Sunset Strip bands like Junkyard, and early Faster Pussycat or L.A. Guns, should find plenty to enjoy in their catalog, though. When I was doing radio in college, our campus station had a prepared loop of music for when someone didn't show up for their shift and nobody was available to cover, and "40 Boys In 40 Nights" was one of the songs on it.|
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