Trash Cowboys Compile Demos For ‘The Good, The Bad, And The Nasty’ Album
October 30, 2012
The self-proclaimed, although definitely earned, ‘sleaziest band in L.A.’ in the late ’80s was Trash Cowboys. Now FnA Records has compiled the band’s demo releases under one album called ‘The Good, The Bad, & The Nasty’.
Building on what was known as glam rock, Trash Cowboys helped usher in a new style of glam music called ‘sleaze rock’ or ‘sleaze metal’. Kicked out of almost every club, and often in the middle of their set, the Trash Cowboys would ultimately become infamous. As word spread, the demand for the cowboys became so big that lines formed outside their shows, shows sold out, and fans would ultimately be turned away. Management stepped forward, and the Trash Cowboys found themselves as the support band for Motley Crue on a six month overseas tour of pure debauchery and sin.
FnA Records has compiled the band’s three demos which include 1987’s ‘Lipstick Fix’, 1989’s ‘Sex Saloon’, and 1991’s ‘The Good, The Bad, and The Nasty’ to form one hell of a full length album. ‘The Good, The Bad, & The Nasty’ will be released on Halloween and will be available for purchase at fnarecords.net.
Courtesy of www.sleazeroxx.com