#471

June 15, 2021

A one-off that started as an experiment, which ended up turning out well and caused me to make it a show – the 88-89 LA (mostly) metal scene, filed with miscreants that saw Hanoi Rocks as their Iggy, and Gn’R as their Pistols. Listen if you dare!

Black N' Blue

Listen to this show – Part Two appears further down the page

Artist Song Release Label
Circus Of Power White Trash Queen Circus Of Power RCA
Cats In Boots ‎ Evil Angel Kicked & Klawed EMI USA
Bullet Boys F#9 Bullet Boys Warner Bros. Records
Badlands Dancing On The Edge Badlands Atlantic
Bloodgood ‎ She’s Gone Rock In A Hard Place Frontline Records
Blue Murder Jelly Roll Blue Murder Geffen Records
Blind Illusion ‎ Vicious Visions The Sane Asylum Combat
Barren Cross Terrorist Child Atomic Arena Enigma Records
Black ‘N Blue ‎ Rock On In Heat Geffen Records
Mr. Big Anything For You Mr. Big Atlantic
Beyond Possession ‎ Why? It’s Youth Is Beyond Possession Death Records
Beowülf ‎ Cruisin’ Lost My Head… But I’m Back On The Right Track Caroline Records
Sphinx In Cairo Too Late Street Survivors Metal Blade Records

Artist Song Release Label
Beau Nasty ‎ Love To The Bone Dirty, But Well Dressed CBS
The Buck Pets A Little Murder The Buck Pets Island Records
Sea Hags Doghouse Sea Hags Chrysalis
The Toll ‎ Smoke Another Cigarette The Price Of Progression Geffen Records
The Sisters Of Mercy ‎ Dominion / Mother Russia Floodland Elektra
That Petrol Emotion Swamp Babble Polydor
Texas One Choice Southside Mercury
Bad Company The Way That It Goes Dangerous Age Atlantic ‎
Michael Monroe ‎ Shakedown Not Fakin’ It Mercury
Soul Asylum Heavy Rotation Hang Time A&M Records
The Batfish Boys ‎ Put Me Back Together Again Batfish Brew GWR Records
Ten Years After Working In A Parking Lot About Time Chrysalis

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