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Cheetah Chrome and Jeff Dahl - Still Wanna Die flac album

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Performer: Cheetah Chrome
Title: Still Wanna Die
Country: US
Released: 1989
Style: Punk
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: XM AC3 RA DTS VOX VOC AHX

Phenomena 256 ‎(2xLP, Album). Sympathy For The Record Industry. 버전 판매. 21 0034-1 311. Ron Urini And The Wild Bunch Feat. Cheetah Chrome and Jeff Dahl - Still Wanna Die (Single).

Dead Boys are an American punk rock band from Cleveland, Ohio. The band was among the first wave of punk bands, and was known as one of the rowdiest and most violent punk groups of the era. Dead Boys were formed by vocalist Stiv Bators, lead guitarist Cheetah Chrome, rhythm guitarist Jimmy Zero, bassist Jeff Magnum, and drummer Johnny Blitz in 1976, splintering off of the band Rocket From The Tombs. They released two studio albums, Young Loud and Snotty and We Have Come for Your Children.

album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. Cheetah Chrome - Take Me Home. Cheetah Chrome- Still Wanna Die B/W Take Me Home. CHEETAH CHROME & SEÑOR NO - All The Way Down (Cheetah Chrome and the Ghetto Dogs). Cheetah Chrome & Jeff Dahl - Still Wanna Die.

Jeff Dahl has been playing raw, authentic rock and roll ever since the late 70s. Having fronted the legendary Angry Samoans, Powertrip, Vox Pop, and his own Jeff Dahl Group, he continued as a solo artist in the 1990s and 00s. His sound is perhaps best described as muscular, sped-up proto-punk in the Dead Boys and Stooges tradition, yet with the occasional touch of glitter. Jeff has been a huge inspiration to many in the way he has stuck to his guns and remained a teenage rock’n’roll fan at heart. JD: Probably the Stooges, but the MC5 was also a very big influence for me. The first album that made me want to play music was Funhouse by The Stooges. It was like in 1977, when all the punk rockers listened to the first Ramones album and wanted to start a band – for me it was Funhouse. ZZ: You spent some time in the army yourself? JD: I was in the army for three years.

Chrome also played with a short-lived group called Shotgun Rationale with Sonny Vincent of the Testors and Bob Stinson of the Replacements; Chrome also contributed guitar work to Vincent's album Pure Filth. Chrome continues to write new material and in 2001 was blocking out plans for a new solo album; he was also immortalized in song by Tommy Womack, whose 1998 album Positively Na Na featured the song Whatever Happened to Cheetah Chrome? ("the man with the orange Dead Boys dome?"). Cheetah Chrome Motherfuckers - Demo 1983.

Cheetah Chrome (born Eugene O'Connor, February 18, 1955, Cleveland, Ohio) is an American musician who achieved fame as a guitarist for Rocket From the Tombs and the punk rock band, The Dead Boys. After the Dead Boys broke up, Cheetah Chrome played around New York City (mostly at Max's Kansas City) doing shows with the Stilettos, as well as his own band Cheetah Chrome and the Casualties. He recorded a single for ORK Records, "Still Wanna Die/Take Me Home", recorded by Atlantic Records co-founder Herb Abramson. Shortly thereafter, he played on Ronnie Spector's debut solo album Siren. In 1980, he played guitar for Nico at New York's Squat Theatre as well as Max's Kansas City.

Cheetah Chrome Still Wanna Die 2:10 1 . Cheetah Chrome Take Me Home 2:54 1 . Cheetah Chrome Nuthin' 4:34 0 . Cheetah Chrome What Is Life Without Love (live) 4:04 0 . About Cheetah Chrome. Cheetah Chrome is an American musician who achieved fame as a guitarist for Rocket From the Tombs and the punk rock band The Dead Boys.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Still Wanna Die
Written-By – Chrome*
2:13
B Don't Wanna Understand
Written-By – Chrome*, Dahl*
3:02

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L·33577

Credits

  • Bass – Bruce Duff
  • Drums – Del Hopkins
  • Engineer – Marc Delloro*
  • Guitar – Amy Wichman, Michael Le
  • Lead Guitar – Cheetah Chrome
  • Lead Vocals – Jeff Dahl
  • Photography By [Back] – Dyan Rinde
  • Photography By [Front] – Al Flipside
  • Producer – Dahl*
  • Vocals – Leesa Poole

Notes

Mastering (lacquer processing) company uncredited, identified by the matrix numbers.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side etchings): SFTRI-16-A ONE MORE TIME L·33577
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side etchings): SFTRI 16-B L·33577·X THIS'LL RUIN CHEETAH's REP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SFTRI 16 Cheetah Chrome and Jeff Dahl Cheetah Chrome and Jeff Dahl - Still Wanna Die ‎(7", Single, Pur) Sympathy For The Record Industry SFTRI 16 US 1989
SFTRI 16 Cheetah Chrome and Jeff Dahl Cheetah Chrome and Jeff Dahl - Still Wanna Die ‎(7", Single, Cle) Sympathy For The Record Industry SFTRI 16 US 1989
SFTRI 16 Cheetah Chrome and Jeff Dahl Cheetah Chrome and Jeff Dahl - Still Wanna Die ‎(7", Single, Whi) Sympathy For The Record Industry SFTRI 16 US 1989
SFTRI 16 Cheetah Chrome and Jeff Dahl Cheetah Chrome and Jeff Dahl - Still Wanna Die ‎(7", Single, Red) Sympathy For The Record Industry SFTRI 16 US 1989