Before long, their combination of high-energy original songs and outrageous stage show had them opening for bands ranging from the Ramones, Dead Boys and Romantics to Squeeze and Pat Benatar. Along the way, they released one (now) highly collectible single, "Livin' Fast"/"I'm Telling You Now" and the also rare album, "Say It." The latter was released after the band's name was changed to the New Toys. The band toured throughout the northeastern U.S., earning a rabid following, and eventually moving to New York City, working with the band Dirty Looks and befriending former New York Doll Johnny Thunders before disbanding in 1984.
Garage/Glam/Power Pop from a man who learned his musical handcraft on the roads of this world.
This are two albums on one disc and we have a lot of great songs here but it's a pity that 'Too Much Junkie Business' from 13th Street is missing here in this release. I assume it's for not enough space on the disc. :-(
However, if you like this kind of music grab it. And if you see the band is in your hometown go and visit the concert. You will get a full load of Rock'n'Roll.
SB1 Flac p1 & Flac p2 & Flac p3 - mp3@320