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Rip offs and raves!

OK - how many rip offs can Thunders lay claim too. Sure the Dolls was his band, taken over by a lounge lizard in a dress, but Subway Train, Great Big Kiss, Leave me Alone and Pipeline - how many songs can Johnny take from his mates and others and still be called a "original". Fine, I love this CD and have since 1981 when I picked it up as an import on vinyl, but listening to it later, when I'm older and wiser, I would have to say that the best part of these takes are the people that accompany Johnny, including musicians and mixers. I give this 4 stars for Untouchable, Ask Me No Questions, So Alone and YCPYAAaM. Everything else is a rip from another life for Little Johnny Volume. What a waster.

Some people can take drugs,some drugs can take people

I guess you had to have been there.
I was,no big deal.
I saw the tour(1gig at the Lyceum in London) that supported this Album.
He was in good form backed up to full effect by Perrett and Palladin.
And the best tracks on this,all four of them, have those two on them.
Wiki him if you aint a fan,and see why I adore him.
This was pretty much the last time anyone trusted John boy with a budget,
and he almost screws it up again.
All the guest artists are fellow “losers”,but that’s the point,isn’t it?


Born: 15 July 1952 in Queens, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Johnny Thunders was the first punk rock guitar hero, earning a cult following for his noisy but epic style a few years before the insouciant new music gained its name. Following in the footsteps of his idol and role model Keith Richards, Johnny Thunders (born John Anthony Genzale, Jr.) lived the ultimate rock & roll life, spending most of his days churning out tough, sloppy three-chord rock & roll and gaining nearly as strong a reputation for his decades-long struggle with addiction as for his music....
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