Faster Pussycat Greatest Hits
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- Released: October 13, 2003
- Originally Released: 2000
- Label: Rhino Flashback
- 1.Poison Ivy
- 2.Nonstop To Nowhere
- 4.Slip Of The Tongue
- 5.Where There's A Whip There's A Way
- 6.Don't Change That Song
- 7.Bathroom Wall
- 8.Bottle In Front Of Me
- 9.You're So Vain
- 10.House Of Pain
Faster Pussycat: Taime Downe (vocals); Greg Steele, Brent Muscat (guitar, background vocals); Eric Stacy (bass, background vocals); Mark Michals (drums).
Compilation producers: Craig DeGraff, Mark Pinkus.
Recorded between 1987 and 1992. Includes liner notes by Dewey Ludden.
Digitally remastered by Bob Fisher (Pacific Multimedia).
Faster Pussycat: Taime Downe (vocals); Greg Steele, Brent Muscat (guitar); Mark Michals (bass guitar); Eric Stacy (drums).
Audio Remasterer: Bobby Fischer.
Photographer: Marty Temme.
Back in the early '70s, the New York Dolls were easily the sleaziest and most rockingest bunch of cross-dressers around. And while they never were able to translate it all into commercial success, they left quite an impression on the West Coast. After all, by the mid- to late '80s, the Sunset Strip was crawling with groups that attempted to look and sound like the Dolls. A case in point is Faster Pussycat. With mile-high hair and songs that came straight out of the pages of Hustler magazine, the group seemed like a sure-fire hit for the times. And while they did score a moderate-sized hit or two, they never matched the lofty heights obtained by local rivals Guns N' Roses. At only ten tracks in length, the budget-priced Greatest Hits manages to collect most of the group's best-known tracks. Included are such glam-slam anthems as "Cathouse" (titled after a club that singer Taime Downe and one-time MTV VJ Riki Rachtman briefly co-owned), "Don't Change That Song," "Bathroom Wall," and a power ballad about child abuse, "House of Pain." If you're not an '80s glam aficionado and just want a taster, then this set is all the Faster Pussycat you'll need. ~ Greg Prato
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