“Disconnected” by Stiv Bators - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1980Album Chart of the Decade: 1980s

TJR says

The one and only Stiv Bators solo album was sandwiched in between the demise of The Dead Boys (1979) and the birth of The Lords Of The New Church (1981). The album manages to balance punk and pop sensibilities to decent effect, with a cover of The Electric Prunes “Too Much To Dream” a particularly cool winner.

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A1 [03:17] 6.5.png Stiv Bators - Evil Boy (Frank Secich, William Wilden) New Wave
A2 [02:54] 5.1.png Stiv Bators - Bad Luck Charm (George Cabaniss, David Quinton) New Wave
A3 [03:45] 6.2.png Stiv Bators - A Million Miles Away (Frank Secich) New Wave
A4 [02:19] 5.9.png Stiv Bators - Make Up Your Mind (David Quinton) New Wave
A5 [02:24] 6.4.png Stiv Bators - Swingin’ A Go-Go (George Cabaniss) Punk
B1 [02:47] 7.0.png Stiv Bators - Too Much To Dream (Annette Tucker, Nancie Mantz) Proto-Punk
B2 [02:56] 5.9.png Stiv Bators - Ready Anytime (Steven Bator, Frank Secich) New Wave
B3 [02:46] 6.2.png Stiv Bators - The Last Year (Steven Bator, Frank Secich) New Wave
B4 [03:47] 6.3.png Stiv Bators - I Wanna Forget You (Just The Way You’re) (Steven Bator, Frank Secich) New Wave

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