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Buster Poindexter

Having heard "Hot Hot Hot" for the first time on the radio- I went to my local music store and bought the ('87) Audio Cassette.
Has been one of my favorites since! I' am really glad that I-Tunes has added it to their store!
Buster brings on a genuinely innovative, creative and humorous approach to his songs-"Hot"Hot-Hot, Screwy Music, and Cannibal will make your feet start moving!
His heart touching renditions of "Oh me Oh My"(i'm a Fool for you Baby) will make ya wanna call yer girl at 3am in the morning to tell her you love her and, Bad Boy, and Heart of Gold are superb! Its a great collection of music-buy the entire album, after all..."Whadaya want.

Defiantly a deal!

Oh the first time I heard house of the rising sun by buster i fell in love and the fact that it's only 99 cents is amazing! thank you so much for adding this album!

Fantastic album !

I had this album over 20 years ago, had been hoping Itunes would add it, and its here. Apart from the popular "Hot, Hot, Hot", there are a couple of great songs, including " Heart of Gold", and "House of the Rising Sun". Highly recommended.


Born: September 1, 1950 in New York, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Buster Poindexter was the pseudonym rock singer David Johansen adopted in the mid-'80s for a semi-comic nightclub singer act he began to perform. Eschewing his hard rock solo career -- which followed a stint as lead singer of the New York Dolls -- Johansen turned up at the New York club Tramps in a tuxedo, with a band he dubbed the Banshees of Blue, and sang pop standards, jump blues, and various novelty material. Eventually, the act won him a record contract with RCA, but it was basically a live...
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