Glendora / Golden love / Forbidden love / Put a bullet thru the jukebox / Let's live for today / Girls want to be with the girls / Heart on / Here to stay / Porcelain butter kitten / Brand new Cadillac /Psycho Daisies / Manganese android puppies / What a boy can't do / Theme for Exodus / Gotta tell me why / The brain that refused to die / Love in / Kids .
All tracks are from the singles & EP's the Slickee Boys did over the last 6 years (from 1982) .
The Slickee Boys : K. Kane : guitars / E. Olexa : bass / M. Noone : vocals / D. Palenski : drums & percussion / M. Keith : lead guitar + M. Hull : vocals on 2 tracks.
Power poppers/garage punks the Slickee Boys got their start in Washington, D.C., in 1976, recording several EPs (collected on the 1982 German compilation Here to Stay) and an album, 1977’s Separated Vegetables, for the Dacoit and Limp labels. Led by guitarists Kim Kane (also the band’s chief songwriter) and Marshall Keith, the Slickee Boys went through a number of personnel changes over their history; initial lead vocalist Martha Hull was replaced by Mark Noone shortly after their first EP, but would later work with Kane in Afrika Korps. The band signed with Twin/Tone for 1983’s Cybernetic Dreams of Pi, one of their best efforts, but 1985’s Uh Oh...No Breaks found them a bit shy of new material, re-recording parts of their back catalog. The group had a sort of last hurrah with Fashionably Late, recorded in 1988 for the French New Rose label, then put out a live album, Live at Last, in 1989 of oft-recorded Slickees material. Kane then left to form a new group, Date Bait. Allmusic
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