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JT Cyber Lounge - This is a very nice single taken from the album 'So Alone'. 'Hurtin' on the 'B' side was not released on the original album but can now be found on the CD reissues. Side A - You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory Side B -
JT Cyber Lounge - We're the Heartbreakers, from New York city - where they call us the ball breakers. Could this be it? Really the best of Johnny Thunders? Jungle Records has taken a stab at producing the definitive JT collection and come pretty close.
I'm wondering if many of you are aware of the movie Gringo which stars the infamous John Spacely. [img]http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:MralgccOt0TmfM:http://www.ifff.de/typo3temp/pics/399b8d0349.jpg John Spacely is probably known by New
JT Cyber Lounge - This is definitely not the best of Johnny Thunders. It's a compilation of B grade material that comes from demos and outtakes, all previously released. It covers the time period from early Dolls demos through early Heartbreakers demos an
This is the same material as Proud To Be Pirate, Mr. Johnny Thunders and It's Great When You're Straight. This seems to be the first pressing of this record. It had a run of only 300 copies and came in a cardboard sleeve. The title is misleading becaus
Has it been discussed here that the widely believed Iggy-JW tapes (w. the 60s covers, Dylan, Small Faces, etc) of Iggy singing to gtr accompaniment is NOT JW on gtr. My guess is that it's one of the guys they drafted in to replace JW (temporarily) in 1973