Friday, November 23, 2007

Pretty Boy Floyd - Leather Boyz with Electric Toyz [1989]

Country: USA
Year: 1989
Line-up: Steve Summers (vocals), Kristy Majors (guitar), Vinnie Chas (bass), Kari Kane (drums)

Track Listing:
1. Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz
2. Rock n' Roll (Is Gonna Set The Night On Fire)
3. Wild Angels
4. 48 Hours
5. Toast Of The Town
6. Rock And Roll Outlaws
7. Only The Young
8. The Last Kiss
9. Your Mama Won't Know
10. I Wanna Be With You

Fletchanator's comment: These guys often get ragged on for being Poison/Crue ripoffs (they even cover Crue tune Toast of the Town on this album) but they're a helluva lot of fun, so who cares? This is their debut album, which is balls-to-the-wall sleaze rock with catchy guitar hooks and kickass vocals. To me, the best sleaze rock is meant to make you think of cruising down Sunset Strip with a bunch of girls, and that's exactly what Pretty Boy Floyd does. I just love this album. Oh, and in case you're wondering, that's Pretty Boy Floyd that I use as the picture on the main blog page.

Download (NEW LINK NOV 2015)

5 comments:

alberto said...

Fletchanator thanks to put this music i really appreciate because i like to much this kind of music, and i big music collector so man continous this way you rock's

i heard this albumn is very good y recommend

thanks from colombia

att albert

one suggestion try to put the files in filefront.com is a better host than rapidshare

Peter said...

Excellent album indeed a must have for any glam fan. PBF were one of the last Sunset Strip acts to get signed by a major record company but unfortunately the onset of grunge crushed any hopes they had of reaching stardom. Today the band is still touring albeit with an ever changing line-up.

Javier said...

Hi, i cant download the mp3 from this album.
The next page put error in the RAR screen´s.
Could you tell me when can i download this marvelous record.
Thanks Javier.

Vincenzo said...

Hey, man, the link is broken... Could you fix it, please? Really want to download this album...
Cheers!

thelawler said...

This is the best glam rock album ever made imo!