PLEASURE SEEKERS -What a Way To Die - w. the Quatro Sisters ( 60s ) CD

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Digitally remastered with many never before released recordings! the original 60’s all girl rock and rollers who started a revolution.

The Pleasure Seekers lived, played, partied, and rocked the music scene in the Renaissance era of the 60s, when female musicians were looked upon as “novelty acts”. The Pleasure Seekers and the music they played gained the attention and respect of Detroit male rockers, as well as the legends of the era. In just under five years, the Pleasure Seekers toured extensively throughout the U.S., Canada, and the Far East, as a headliner, as well as being support for acts like the Yardbirds, Eric Burdon and the Animals, Joe Cocker, Alice Cooper, Procol Harem, Badfinger, MC5, Bob Seger, Iggy Stooge, and many others.

The historic recordings (many previously unreleased by the Quatro sisters) capture the beginning of their rock-n-roll revolution. The Pleasure Seekers were a forerunner, changing the myth of female musicians. Rockin it raw, with edge and attitude, they took over the garage, and unleashed their Detroit Rock City music on an unsuspecting world, starting a revolution for women to rock their music hard. To this day, these multi talented sisters are known as the teenagers who dared to go where women had not gone before, against all odds, stomping their way into a male-dominated heavy rock scene.


1 Introduction by D.J. The Lord
2 Gotta Get Away
3 Never Thought You'd Leave Me
4 Light Of Love
5 Good Kind Of Hurt
6 What A Day To Die
7 Elevator Express
8 Locked In Your Love
9 White Pig Blues
10 Brain Confusion
11 Where Have You Gone
12 Mr. Power