Blimey! They don’t come much more frenetic or savage than this - a riotous reading of LTIA pt1 emerging from a down 'n’ dirty intro/improv. Pausing only to catch breath in David’s solo (here with additional guitar shadings) before taking off again. “That was a good ending” says an approving Bill Bruford before they duck and dive their way through an especially crunchy Dr Diamond. The fun continues during Easy Money with ornery and cussed clusters taking flight from the fretboard like a bunch of punch-drunk wasps, ready to sting wherever they land.
Formed in the early '80s by Danish-born vocalist/guitarist Henrik Ostergaard, San Francisco hard rockers Dirty Looks never achieved the drunken heights of fellow West Coast party starters like Mötley Crüe and Ratt, but their winning blend of blue-collar AC/DC backbeats and cocksure attitude won them a loyal following both at home and overseas. This is a great collection of tracks from the rare and hard to find "Five Easy Pieces" & "Bootlegs" Dirty Looks releases. This 21-track collection shows them at their best, with all the great melodic hooks and greatness.
Dirty Looks returns with "Superdeluxe" the greasiest rock record to hit the street since the infamous "Cool From The Wire" and its follow-up "Turn of the Screw". Superdeluxe reunites the original line-up of Henrik Ostergaard, vocals/guitar, Paul Lidel, guitar, Jack Pyers, bass, with the addition of Jeremy Hummel on drums.
"In Your Face" - Originally released in 1986 as a vinyl-only release. "In Your Face" was the album that helped Dirty Looks become acquainted with both American Radio and the underground hard rock fan. FnA Records makes this very rare vinyl-only release available to the fans for the first time on CD and adds a bonus track 'Nevermore'.