Special Deluxe Collector's Edition / Fully Remastered Audio shaped from 24 BIT digital technology / Bonus Track / 16 page full color booklet - 3,500 word essay, enhanced artwork with previously unseen photos and new interviews. DESPITE ALL THEIR previous trials and tribulations, Legs Diamond released their sixth album in 1990 to wide acclaim, certainly attracting more attention and publicity than their first four records released in the 1970s and 80s. For Legs it was an incredible achievement, having been cast aside for much of the late 80s as a band without a prominent sales base or indeed any chance of a revival. Fortunately, as an underground favourite amongst the cognoscenti, their reputation preceded them with a new record deal (this time on Metal Blade Records) and a chance to actually make an album recorded with precision and finesse rather than pieced together on a shoestring budget. Issued in 1990, the record was considered a real return to form, many saying that it was the best release since their 70s heyday. It also signalled the welcome return of original guitarist Roger Romeo back into the band after several years pursuing other opportunities. With Rick Sanford supplying high octane vocals the band looked and sounded better than ever, with a creative surge that gave birth to twelve 'gold standard' songs' including a blistering re-recording of 'Stage Fright' from their debut album. Pushing the envelope even more, the band were now in a financial position to finally tour the UK after years of being unable to afford such a trip. Naturally they received a hero's welcome and a well-deserved salute to their perseverance and tenacity. 'Town Bad Girl' is a record that contains a brace of stellar tracks, including 'City Streets', 'Look Into Her Eyes' and 'Never Enough Time', some of the greatest moments in the Legs Diamond cannon.
Special Deluxe Collector's Edition / Fully Remastered Audio shaped from 24 BIT digital technology / Bonus Track / 16 page full color booklet - 3,500 word essay, enhanced artwork with previously unseen photos and new interviews. DESPITE ALL THEIR previous trials and tribulations, Legs Diamond released their sixth album in 1990 to wide acclaim, certainly attracting more attention and publicity than their first four records released in the 1970s and 80s. For Legs it was an incredible achievement, having been cast aside for much of the late 80s as a band without a prominent sales base or indeed any chance of a revival. Fortunately, as an underground favourite amongst the cognoscenti, their reputation preceded them with a new record deal (this time on Metal Blade Records) and a chance to actually make an album recorded with precision and finesse rather than pieced together on a shoestring budget. Issued in 1990, the record was considered a real return to form, many saying that it was the best release since their 70s heyday. It also signalled the welcome return of original guitarist Roger Romeo back into the band after several years pursuing other opportunities. With Rick Sanford supplying high octane vocals the band looked and sounded better than ever, with a creative surge that gave birth to twelve 'gold standard' songs' including a blistering re-recording of 'Stage Fright' from their debut album. Pushing the envelope even more, the band were now in a financial position to finally tour the UK after years of being unable to afford such a trip. Naturally they received a hero's welcome and a well-deserved salute to their perseverance and tenacity. 'Town Bad Girl' is a record that contains a brace of stellar tracks, including 'City Streets', 'Look Into Her Eyes' and 'Never Enough Time', some of the greatest moments in the Legs Diamond cannon.
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Format: CD
Label: ROCK CANDY
Rel. Date: 12/11/2020
UPC: 5056321617590

Town Bad Girl (Bonus Track) (Dlx) (Wb) (Coll) (Uk)
Artist: Legs Diamond
Format: CD
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Special Deluxe Collector's Edition / Fully Remastered Audio shaped from 24 BIT digital technology / Bonus Track / 16 page full color booklet - 3,500 word essay, enhanced artwork with previously unseen photos and new interviews. DESPITE ALL THEIR previous trials and tribulations, Legs Diamond released their sixth album in 1990 to wide acclaim, certainly attracting more attention and publicity than their first four records released in the 1970s and 80s. For Legs it was an incredible achievement, having been cast aside for much of the late 80s as a band without a prominent sales base or indeed any chance of a revival. Fortunately, as an underground favourite amongst the cognoscenti, their reputation preceded them with a new record deal (this time on Metal Blade Records) and a chance to actually make an album recorded with precision and finesse rather than pieced together on a shoestring budget. Issued in 1990, the record was considered a real return to form, many saying that it was the best release since their 70s heyday. It also signalled the welcome return of original guitarist Roger Romeo back into the band after several years pursuing other opportunities. With Rick Sanford supplying high octane vocals the band looked and sounded better than ever, with a creative surge that gave birth to twelve 'gold standard' songs' including a blistering re-recording of 'Stage Fright' from their debut album. Pushing the envelope even more, the band were now in a financial position to finally tour the UK after years of being unable to afford such a trip. Naturally they received a hero's welcome and a well-deserved salute to their perseverance and tenacity. 'Town Bad Girl' is a record that contains a brace of stellar tracks, including 'City Streets', 'Look Into Her Eyes' and 'Never Enough Time', some of the greatest moments in the Legs Diamond cannon.

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