BATORS, STIV (DEAD BOYS) NEW PRESSING! Disconnected SET WITH bonus tracks, LP sized booklet, with liners by Frank Secich, UNIQUE COVER, POSTER, and EXTRAS FROM THE BOMP ARCHIVES !

SKU:
27248
$40.00
Width:
12.00 (in)
Height:
0.15 (in)
Depth:
12.00 (in)
Current Stock:
3
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SET IS  PACKED IN A HEAVY 13x13 poly envelope with A UNIQUE COVER DESIGNED BY OUR ART DEPARTMENT. (THE LP ITSELF HAS THE REGULAR COVER)

 HERE'S WHAT YOU GET:

(1) MUNSTER REISSUE OF THE DISCONNECTED ALBUM WITH NEW COVER, IMPORT-Now reissued with 2 bonus tracks, not available on the original version, a slightly different picture on the cover (the actual unfiltered photo as used on the 1980 issue) and an LP sized booklet with new extensive liner notes written by Frank Secich  and photos.  

(2) FULL COLOR POSTER DESIGNED FOR THIS SET BY OUR ART DEPARTMENT

(3) STIV BATORS OBITUARY WRITTEN BY GREG SHAW

 T SHIRTS ALSO AVAILABLE, AND CHECK OUT OUR SET FOR STIV BATORS L.A. CONFIDENTIAL,WITH A CD COPY OF A CONVERSATION BETWEEN GREG AND STIV BATORS ABOUT PUNK ROCK.  LAST COPIES. SEE RELATED ITEMS BELOW.

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Originally released in 1980, this was Stiv Bators' first solo album. Now reissued with 2 bonus tracks, not available on the original version, a slightly different picture on the cover (the actual unfiltered photo as used on the 1980 issue) and a booklet with extensive liner notes and photos.

Bators was the man who destroyed Rocket from the Tombs, from which he hijacked half the members to found one of the most influential American punk bands to have existed, The Dead Boys. Stiv had turned in his broken teeth for a more power pop oriented solo career.

This is not an album recorded by a has-been former punk idealist; instead its a true step forward into another unknown arena packing all the glare and attitude that remained from the last. The music is more similar to 60's power pop than the vicious punk rock that Bators became known for originally, while a member of The Dead boys.

New generations continue to discover it. It still holds up very well and sounds as fresh and vibrant as ever.