Raw, grimy and glammy proto punk from The Razor Boys – trailblazing stuff from the late 70s Atlanta scene! Given the era and the glam appearance, it's near impossible to not mention a debt to the New York Dolls, but really, The Razor Boys direct knock off of no one, just a fierce vessel for the rawest, buzziest blasts of visceral rock & roll, but still hooky. We'd love take a wayback machine to see these guys back in the day, playing songs like "S**tface" in seedy clubs in cities in the American south in the late 70s, when that'd be pretty fresh and mindblowing – but this gnarly LP from Hozac
gets us surprisingly close! Includes "Toys", "Sweet Chablis", "Raggamuffin", "Get Rick Quick", "Needle Fever", "S**tface", "Wolf Spider", "High School" and "The Last Rocker".