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Johnny Thunders And The Heartbreakers

L.A.M.F Revisited

Earmark 40017

Released on October 14, 2003

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Originally released in 1977, L.A.M.F., the HEARTBREAKERS' only studio album and testimony to the band's drug-fueled demise, has become a punk classic. The original version of the album suffered from very poor sound quality so in 1984 JOHNNY THUNDERS and TONY JAMES went back in the studio to remix the superior, L.A.M.F. Revisited. Features the junkie anthem "Chinese Rocks" (written by Dee Dee Ramone) and "All By Myself" which was left off the 1984 version. Audiophiles might want to bleach those needles for this 180-gram vinyl release.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 One Track Mind Voted #2  17%
2 I Wanna Be Loved  8%
3 Pirate Love Voted #3  17%
4 Let Go  0%
5 Do You Love Me?  0%
6 Can't Keep My Eyes On You  0%
7 Get Off The Phone  0%
8 All Be Myself Voted #1  21%
9 Chinese Rocks  17%
10 Baby Talk  0%
11 Going Steady  0%
12 It's Not Enough  0%
13 I Love You  8%
14 Born To Lose  13%
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Luis from Anaheim, CA 
Sep 15 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

one of the BEST new york punk bands ever!!!! The album is in true heartbreakers style it's WAAAAAAAY better than the lost mixes. you can hear which guitar is which. GET IT NOW WHILE YOU CAN IT'S GOIN TO BE OUT OF PRINT IN A COUPLE OF mONTHS! thats what i heard. it would be better if richard hell was on bass but still great

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Scott from Berlin, CT 
Apr 25 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fucking Awesome! Its Johnny which is enuff said already. This albums filled with fast and fun guitar ladden rock n roll. Most fans of early 70s punk and older rock n roll will enjoy this record whether they've heard of thunders or not. The Tracks that stand out are One Track Mind, Pirate Love, All By My Self, Chinese Rocks, and Born to Lose. As far as the 16 dollar price tag its worth every penny. The records pressed on 180 gram vinyl, the jackets made up of nice thick sturdy cardboard and it comes with a pvc dust shield. I would recomend this to anyone with a turntable and those without one buy any complation cd by Thunders you won't regret it.

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