Great live album by the Norwegian hardrock-boogie band…BACKSTREET GIRLS! Play LOUD!!!
Sleaze-glam-trash-punk'n'roll at it's best!
Scandinavias best kept secret! If you think the Backyard Babies kick ass then get a hold of this, 'cause it rocks like nothing on earth before, PANIC IN PUSSYLAND, MONSTER IN MY CADILLAC… hey every track gives you stregnth and inspiration in this world of mediocre rock bands! BUYING THIS IS A MUST FOR ANY TRUE GLAMPUNK! [Amazon user review]
This is a great little X-mas CD-EP with Norway's hard boogie-rock outfit, Backstreet Girls, and since Christmas is just 'round the coner (!?!) - crank it up to twelve…now! :-)
"Another worthy album in the Backsreet Girls back-catalogue. As usual, the band ROOOOOCKS!…and so will you when listening to…"Let's Have It"!
"Welcome to the temple of lust" baby! Not the strongest album till this date but that doesn't mean anything when we're talkin' Backstreet Girls baby! Cuz you'll never be dissapointed by these guys! Petter Baarli is a rock'n'roll guitar GOD!
"Party on Elm Street" is one h*ll of great ROCK album! It's PARTY time! ROCK ON! [Toxxy]
Their second album, with a new lead singer, Bjørn Muller. Possibly the best album from the Backstreet Girls ever! Not ONE second of boredom or weakness here! Power on, plug in - BOOGIE!
Burnin' At Backstreet was recorded at the Backstreet Club in New haven Connecticut on February 19, 1980. Baker and Frank appear in a quartet format with bassist Michael Formanek and pianist Drew Salperto. The repertoire is wholly Baker. Baker loved the Miles Davis songbook and his performances of Davis originals were always more rounded and open than Davis.' "Tune Up," the modal "Milestones" and craggy "Four" share the stage with another Baker favorite, Dizzy Gillespie's "Blue 'n Boogie." Baker is in good solo form on these up tempo numbers. His tone is fat and confident, even when presented tartly, like the opening of "Milestones"…