Оценка: Bulletboys - Discography (1988 - 2015). BulletBoys is an American heavy metal group. The band was formed in Los Angeles, California in 1986.
Оценка: Bulletboys - Discography (1988 - 2015). The group's original lineup was composed of former Ratt and Kagny and the Dirty Rats guitarist/King Kobra lead vocalist Marq Torien (vocals), former King Kobra guitarist Mick Sweda, Lonnie Vencent (bass) and Jimmy D'Anda (drums, percussion).
BulletBoys is an American heavy metal group. The band was formed in Los Angeles, California in 1986
BulletBoys is an American heavy metal group. The group released two successful albums and had a number of singles featured on MTV between 1988 and 1991.
BulletBoys is the self-titled first album from the American glam metal band BulletBoys, released in 1988. The cover art is a copy of . 0 Bullet Piercing an Apple" by Harold Eugene Edgerton. The album features the hit "Smooth Up in Ya" as well as a cover of The O'Jay's song "For the Love of Money". The album reached No. 34 in the Billboard 200 chart and was certified gold in 1989 selling over 500,000 copies. UK-based Rock Candy Records reissued this album on CD in 2014. Hard as a Rock" – 3:03.
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BULLETBOYS BULLETBOYS 1988 ( Обращаюсь к френдам постарайтесь непредвзято отнестись к этому отличному альбому. Это настоящий ракенрол задиристый, забойный и грязноватый. несмотря на люрексы, спандексы и прочие анальные смазки.
Bulletboys - Rocked Ripped Формат: MP3, tracks, 160-320Kbps Год выпуска: 1991 Страна: США Жанр: Southern Metal Описание: Дискография.
Bulletboys - Rocked Ripped. Формат: MP3, tracks, 160-320Kbps Год выпуска: 1991 Страна: США Жанр: Southern Metal Описание: Дискография. Группа Down – непростая группа. По той причине, что это – супергруппа.
Hair, Glam Metal (Heavy Metal) band from Los Angeles, California (USA). The BulletBoys were formed in 1986 in after Marq Torien, Mick Sweda and Lonnie Vencent left King Kobra. Session and touring drummer Marc Danzeisen rounded out the band. After months of rehearsing and playing local Los Angeles rock clubs Marc Danzeisen left the band to join Epic recording artists The Riverdogs. New rock drummer Jimmy D'Anda was recruited prior to the band signing their contract with Warner Brothers.
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Album, 1988, Warner Music Group. 14.
BulletBoys are a glam metal band that was formed by vocalist Marq Torien, guitarist Mick Sweda, and bassist Lonnie Vencent in. .The BulletBoys split up in 1993.
BulletBoys are a glam metal band that was formed by vocalist Marq Torien, guitarist Mick Sweda, and bassist Lonnie Vencent in the late 1980s after they left King Kobra. It also featured new young rock drummer Jimmy D'Anda. The band’s first two albums (Bullet Boys and Freakshow) were well received by critics and fans alike. Thanks to NJCat 11, Lynx33 for the updates. BULLETBOYS Online Videos.
BulletBoys is an American hard rock group formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1987. The group's original lineup was composed of former Ratt guitarist/King Kobra lead vocalist Marq Torien (vocals), former King Kobra guitarist Mick Sweda, Lonnie Vencent (bass) and Jimmy D'Anda (drums, percussion). The group released two moderately successful albums and had a number of singles featured on MTV between 1988 and 1991. From the 90's onward, the group went through numerous lineup changes, with the exception of Torien who remained the only consistent member, which featured musicians such as Steven Adler (formerly of Guns N' Roses, later of Adler's Appetite) and DJ Ashba (later of Beautiful Creatures, Sixx:A.M. and Guns N' Roses) among others. As of 2012, the original lineup has reunited.
To date, BulletBoys have released seven studio albums, BulletBoys ; Freakshow ; Za-Za ; Acid Monkey ; Sophie ; 10c Billionaire , and Rocked and Ripped as well as the live album Behind the Orange Curtain .
BulletBoys were formed in 1987 in Los Angeles, California by former King Kobra members Marq Torien (also formerly of Ratt) on vocals, Mick Sweda on guitar, Lonnie Vencent on bass and Jimmy D'Anda on drums. The group were strongly influenced by AC/DC and Van Halen with Torien drawing comparisons to Van Halen singer David Lee Roth. After signing a deal with Warner Bros., the group released their debut album BulletBoys in 1988 with the album peaking at number 34 on the Billboard 200. The group released two singles, a cover of the classic O'Jays tune, "For the Love of Money" (which peaked at number 30 on the Mainstream Rock Chart and number 78 on the Billboard Hot 100) and "Smooth up in Ya" (which peaked at number 23 on the Mainstream Rock Chart and number 71 on the Billboard Hot 100) with both receiving airplay on MTV. They released their second album, Freakshow, in 1991 however the album only peaked at number 69 on the Billboard 200. The single "Hang on St. Christopher" peaked at number 22 on the Mainstream Rock Chart. The group released their final album with Warner Bros., titled Za-Za, a name suggested by guitarist Anthony Gallo taken from The Godfather Part III character Joey Zasa, in 1993 however it failed to chart, as well as the album's singles, while both Sweda and D'Anda left the group the same year. The group continued and released Acid Monkey in 1995 through Swordholio/Perris Records however they disbanded soon after.
In 1998, the group reformed, with Torien and Vencent adding former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler and guitarist DJ Ashba briefly with a tour of the US planned with Faster Pussycat, Bang Tango and Enuff Z'nuff. In 1999, Ashba left the group to form Beautiful Creatures with Bang Tango singer Joe Lesté while Adler left also sometime after, going on to form Adler's Appetite in 2003. A compilation album, titled Burning Cats and Amputees, was released in 2000, through Deadline Records.
In 2002, Vencent was rumoured to be involved tour of Europe with former Anthrax members Joey Belladonna, Dan Spitz and former W.A.S.P. drummer Stet Howland while former drummer Jimmy D'Anda formed the group Zen Lunatic with John Corabi (formerly of The Scream and Mötley Crüe) and [tevo Bruno (formerly of Revel 8). D'Anda went on to tour with George Lynch as part of Lynch Mob and opening up for Dio around the states during 2001.. In 2009 D'Anda played drums for former Warrant singer Jani Lane doing shows in California, New Mexico and Nevada. In September 2010, Jimmy was a selected drummer to perform at the Groove Remains the Same, Tribute to John Bonham show where he played with other great drummers such as: Chad Smith, Vinny Appice, Kenny Aronoff, Stephen Perkins, Fred Coury, Abe Laboriel Jr. and of course Jason Bonham. The entire Bonham family was in attendance. Read about it in Modern Drummer.
The BulletBoys cover of The O'Jay's R&B song from 1973 entitled "For the Love of Money" appears briefly in the 2003 TV movie "Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of 'Three's Company'".
Remaining members Torien and Vencent, released the group's fifth album (their first in 7 years), titled Sophie, in 2003 which featured a guest appearance by former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach. A tour was to follow, with L.A. Guns, however this was soon cancelled after an incident with the group's bus driver. Guitarist Keri Kelli, who was filling for Tracii Guns in L.A. Guns, performed with BulletBoys before leaving at the insistence of L.A. Guns drummer Steve Riley. Jason Hook was briefly a member of BulletBoys during this time. In 2004, Torien toured with Stephen Pearcy (formerly of Ratt), Joey Belladonna (formerly of Anthrax), Ron Keel (Keel, Iron Horse) and Jason McMaster (Dangerous Toys, Watchtower) as part of the "Bastards of Metal" tour.
In January 2006, the group were announced as support, along with Bang Tango, to Stephen Pearcy on his tour, however they soon pulled out while they performed at the Raven's Heart benefit concert, which featured members of Guns N' Roses, Queens of the Stone Age and Dio among others performing also. Torien also announced that BulletBoys were to reunite and record a new album stating:
“ 'In 2006 there will be a BulletBoys reunion and I wanted to let you know that on your show. The powers that be are working on it right now, so you will be seeing the BulletBoys out there. But, I wanted to let everyone out there know that we will be coming back out and that we are coming back out for our fans as well as for rock 'n' roll. But I don't really feel that I should be out there touring if I don't have anything new to offer to the musical community like a new fresh record. So that will be happening. A new BulletBoys record will be coming out this year. It's time to go at it and it's time to get it back together again...' ”
Drummer Jimmy D'Anda stated that none of the original members were involved in the reunion album soon after, while Torien stated that only D'Anda was "resistant to the idea" with the other former members (Sweda and Vencent) willing to return. However a reunion failed to materialise. BulletBoys went on to tour with the Tracii Guns led L.A. Guns and announced plans for a live album as well as an album of new material in 2007. The group released the live album, titled Behind the Orange Curtain, on April 3, 2007 through Crash Music while they were one of the confirmed acts for Rocklahoma in July of the same year. Also in 2006, the song "Hard As A Rock" appeared briefly in the movie Beerfest.
In 2009, they released their sixth album, titled 10c Billionaire, on Chavis Records. The material was originally written in 2006 with plans, by Torien, for a new project using the same name, however they eventually released it under the BulletBoys moniker. In October, original bassist Lonnie Vincent returned to the group while guitarist Tony Marcus (XYZ, Arcade, Vicious Delite) was also added to the lineup with a tour of the US announced soon after.
In January 2010, the group were confirmed to play the Stockholm Rock Out Festival on April 30 of the same year. In March, the song "Smooth Up In Ya" appeared briefly in the movie Hot Tub Time Machine. In April, the group were confirmed to play another Festival, Rock N America, that took place July 23–25.
A new rehearsal of Bulletboys took place in July 2010, in Los Angeles with Mick Sweda, Jimmy D'Anda, Lonnie Vencent and vocalist Andrew Freeman.
On August 29, 2011; Former drummer Johnny Giosa died in a car accident in Los Angeles at the age of 42.
Marq Torien - vocals
Nick Rozz - guitar
Chad McDonald - bass
Stephen Jude Mills - drums
Tony Marcus - guitar
Marc Danzeisen - drums
Tommy Pittam - guitar
Robby Karras - drums, percussion
DJ Ashba - guitar
Steven Adler - drums, percussion
Jason Hook - guitar
Vik Foxx - drums, percussion
Brent Fitz - drums, percussion
Melvin Brannon II - bass
Scott Taylor - bass
Pete Newman - drums, percussion
Keri Kelli - guitar
Denny Johnson - guitar
Scott McKinley- guitar
Michael Thomas - guitar
Ryche Green - drums, percussion
David Weeks - bass
Scott Griffin - bass
Tory Stoffregen - guitar
Danny Seven - drums, percussion
Stephen Allan - bass
Danny Watts - guitar
Charlie Wayne Morrill - guitar
Rob Lane - bass
Chris Holmes - guitar
Johnny Giosa - drums, percussion (deceased)
Troy Patrick Farrell - drums
Nick Rozz - guitar
Don Bish - drums
Jimmy D'Anda - drums
Mick Sweda - guitar
Lonnie Vencent - bass
Live In Toronto [128kbps]
Acid Monkey [128kbps]
Burning Cats And Amputees [192kbps]
Alley Catz Bootleg [320kbps]
Smooth Up In Ya - The Best Of Bulletboys [320kbps]
Behind The Orange Curtain [192kbps]
10cent Billionaire [248kbps]
Rocked and Ripped [320kbps]