(2-LP set) Praised by Keith Moon as "the greatest band" he'd ever seen and ignored or hated by just about everybody else in London at the time, The Hollywood Brats left a mark on 70s rock music and the development of punk that was rivaled only by their US counterparts, The New York Dolls. The Brats trafficked in a particular brand of post-Stones snotty rock and glam that presaged the punk era by a half decade. They recorded a fantastic LP in the early 70s but were unable to find a label and eventually disbanded in 1975, just before their album was finally released in Norway. Now fetching several hundred dollars for an original copies this 2-LP RSD 2018 release fills that void at a fraction of the price, and with 15 bonus tracks to boot!
Classic lost proto-punk and glam LP that directly influenced the first wave of UK punk. An essential collection in a RSD 2018 limited edition of 500 copies!