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Album Review

Out of all the glam/hair bands that infiltrated the rock world circa the late '80s, Faster Pussycat was certainly one of the sleaziest and loosest — especially when it came to performing their three-chord anthems on the concert stage. But during the group's peak, they never got around to issuing a live album. However, when singer Taime Downe decided to put together a whole new Faster Pussycat lineup circa the early 21st century, the time had finally come for the group's first official live set, 2009's Front Row for the Donkey Show. Interestingly, although Faster Pussycat's 2006 studio comeback, The Power and the Glory Hole, was a decidedly electro/industrial-based affair, this live set reflects more of the group's earlier direction. And an obvious reason for this is the presence of quite a few vintage Pussycat ditties, including "Cathouse," "House of Pain," "Bathroom Wall," and "Babylon." That said, the group's latter-day style manages to rear its head on a cover of the Rolling Stones' "It's Only Rock N' Roll." Until a live recording from the vault emerges, Front Row for the Donkey Show will have to do.


Formed: 1985

Genre: Rock

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

Sleazy Hollywood metal band Faster Pussycat (whose name was lifted from a Russ Meyer flick) released their first album in 1987 and peaked commercially two years later with the gold album Wake Me When It's Over and the Top 40 single "House of Pain." Although their next album, 1992's Whipped, hit number 90 on the charts, it fell off quickly; with the alternative rock explosion, the hard rock audience had changed and had no patience for Faster Pussycat's trashy glam metal. After the group's split, singer...
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