Tuff’s remastered album ‘The Glam Years 1985-1989’ now available on vinyl

Tuff’s remastered album ‘The Glam Years 1985-1989’ now available on vinyl

Tuff‘s album The Glam Years 1985-1989 has been remastered and is now available on black / purple vinyl via RLS Records. The record covers both singers Jim Gillette and Stevie Rachelle‘s time in the group between the years 1985 to 1989.

Track List for The Glam Years 1985-1989:

Side Jimmy:
1. Glamour Girls
2. Forever Yours
3. Dressed For Dancin’
4. Candy Coated
5. Ooh-Ahh
6. Bang Bang

Side Stevie:
1. Round ‘Em Up
2. Summertime Goodbye
3. Want Trouble – You Got It
4. Sinner Street
5. Ain’t Worth A Dime
6. Good Guys Wear Black

RLS Records indicates:

“This listing is for the TUFFThe Glam Years 1985-1989” 12″ Black/Purple Vinyl Record.

This is very similar to the CD release, only in everyone’s favorite throw-back format, the 12″ vinyl record… and it sounds amazing, and looks incredible.

This package comes with a 2-panel full color insert, featuring images of the TUFF era with Jimmy “L’Mour” Gillette on Vocals. There are both solo and group shots along with 6 awesome sounding remastered tracks, from the band’s early era Baby-O Studios recording session.

The reverse side of the panel, is the TUFF era with Stevie Rachelle in the late 80’s, and also features both solo and group shots, and remastered versions of 6 of the band’s songs from their Sound City Recording session in 1989 and their Sunset Sound / Amigo Studios sessions from 1989.

The actual record, is Black, with a Purple swirl type pattern that fills out from the center of the record… see the set list for both sides below.

Order today and this will be personalized by Stevie Rachelle to the Buyer’s Name, unless instructed otherwise.”

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of The Glam Years 1985-1989: “Overall, The Glam Years will never win album of the year for 2015 but it certainly is a fun trip down memory lane — and at the end of the day, that is most likely what Rachelle, the driving force behind Tuff, had in mind — and it should be a must own for any Tuff diehard.”