Jet rollers / Blind's night / You talk too much / The story / Lonesome boy / Teenage kicks / Call me sister midnight / You tell me lies / Just wanna talk to you / Like a shootin' star / Call me sister midnight (7" version) / Toilet love / Think about it (unreleased) / Lonesome boy (unreleased demo) / I just wanna talk to you (unreleased demo) / Pirate love ( from the Sky- dog tribute to J. Thunders)
Tracks 1 to 10 are taken from the album "Larger than life" released in 1990
The Jet Boys :Freddy Lynxx : vocals , guitar / Vic Vixen : guitar , backin' vocals : Poker Alice : bass , backin' vocals / Nick Hell : drums.
"This re-issue of the Jet Boys' impossible-to-find 1990 album "Larger Than Life" (now credited to Freddy Lynxx and the Jet Boys and complete with a handful of bonus tracks) boasts some New York Dolls worship of the highest order. The Dolls may have been blamed for influencing a lot of late '80s/early 90s glam - from Faster Pussycat and Poison to Motley Crue and Guns'n'Roses - but as much as those bands may have looked the part, they seldom sounded like it. The Jet Boys, on the other hand, were the real deal. Although originating in France, leader Freddy Lynxx did time as a roadie for Johnny Thunders, and Thunders himself chose the band's name (from one of his songs).
Much of "Larger Than Life" sounds like the Heartbreakers with a horn section, with Lynxx bleating like the ghost of St. Johnny and the band oozing such a high dosage of junkoid sleaze that you'd think they were birthed at the Mercer Street Arts Center in '72. The six bonus tracks, including covers of Thunders' "Pirate Love" and Wayne/Jayne County's "Toilet Love", allow the party to last just that much longer. Viva la France". Source