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The New Too Much Junkie Business


  • 1. Who Do Voodoo
    2. In Cold Blood
    3. Just Another Girl
    4. Sad Vacation
    5. Diary of a Lover
    6. Get off the Phone
    7. Who Needs Girls?
    8. Too Much Junkie Business
    9. King of the Gypsies
    10. So Alone
    11. I Love You
    12. Great Big Kiss
    13. Let Go
    14. Jet Boy
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 8248

  • Credits
    ProducerJimmy Miller; Johnny Thunders
    Engineer

    Personnel includes: Johnny Thunders, Walter Lure, Wayne Kramer (vocals, guitar); Ron Cook (vocals, bass); Peter Bollen (saxophone); Ronnie Peterson (piano); Tony Curio, Louis (bass); John Morgan (drums, bongos); Billy Rogers, Jerry Nolan (drums); Rixons (background vocals); The JT "Regulars."
    Includes liner notes by Robert Palmer.
    Recorded at Chelsea Studios, New York, New York and live at Peppermint Lounge, New York, New York in 1982.
    All tracks have been digitally remastered.
    Personnel: Johnny Thunders (vocals, guitar); Walter Lure, Wayne Kramer (vocals, guitar); Ron Cook (vocals); Ronnie Peterson (piano); John Morgan, John Morgan (drums, bongos); Jerry Nolan, Billy Rogers (drums).
    Liner Note Author: Robert Palmer.
    Recording information: Chelsea Sound Studios, New York, NY (1982); Peppermint Lounge, New York, NY (1982).
    Photographer: Marcia Resnick.
    Unknown Contributor Roles: Jerry Nolan; Walter Lure; Billy Rogers.
    Although this is something of a grab-bag--a mix of live material (recorded at the new wave dance palace, the Peppermint Lounge) and studio stuff done with producer Jimmy Miller (of Rolling Stones fame)--this is a good document of the ex-New York Doll's solo work from the early '80s.
    There are good versions of songs associated with his old bandmates ("Jet Boy," "Great Big Kiss"), as well as a rousing new track, the characteristically loud and snotty "Get Off the Phone." The album also features one of Thunders' best who-needs-girls anthems (titled, felicitously, "Who Needs Girls," with lyrics pasted onto Booker T.'s "Green Onions") as well as a typically endearing non-sequitur ("Okay, for all you Chicano boys," he announces, "that song was called "King of the Gypsies").

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