greater influence on the glam rock scene. Finally, there are a few big oversights: the biggest and most notable is the total absence of tracks by Gary Glitter, who scored one of the definitive glam hits with "Rock and Roll, Part . Despite these problems, The Best Glam Rock Album in the World Ever remains an entertaining and solid compilation of glam rock tracks with enough rarities to entice the. hardcore enthusiast. It may not succeed as a definitive collection, but it makes a good introduction to the charm and surprising stylistic versatility of glam rock.
Glitter is the 1972 debut album by British glam rock singer Gary Glitter, produced by Bell Records
The glitter/glam slam of 1972-75 was perhaps the finest, if not funniest, 15 minutes for prefab teenypop designed specifically to irritate parents and separate children from their allowances
The best LPs from the age of Aqua Net. By. Tom Beaujour. The album explodes out of the gate with "Daddy, Brother, Lover, Little Boy (The Electric Drill Song)" a double-time shuffle that features both Gilbert and Sheehan - you guessed it - playing solos with power tools. But Lean Into It ultimately settles into a tuneful, mid-tempo groove that is ultimately much more satisfying. Bret Michaels might claim his inspirations were Zeppelin and Skynyrd and his band had no connection to Seventies glitter, but Poison still came out of nowhere like the Bay City Rollers trying to be the New York Dolls - and that's what made them fun. Their 1988 follow-up Open Up And Say.
He did his best to make it happen with this Velvet Underground tribute, saturated in homosexuality and Manhattan sleaze. Mick Ronson's guitar slices through everything. 3 Alice Cooper, School's Out April 1972. Another Bowie production, and another career revival. Vicious begins Reed's second solo album in exactly the way that you would wish, with the poet laureate of Manhattan spitting out the Warhol inspired lyrics – "Vicious: you hit me with a flower" – while Mick Ronson, cutting through everything, embodies the song's threat. David Bowie - The Jean Genie on MUZU. Almost all the great glam records were hits, but this is one of the best that wasn't: an abrasive slice of Sweetarama from a Scottish band, who toughened up the teenage-rampage meme while wearing Clockwork Orange-inspired costumes. The singer had a padlock on his crotch with the legend: "No Entry.
|1||–Nazareth||This Flight Tonight||3:21|
|2||–Suzi Quatro||48 Crash||3:52|
|3||–Hello||New York Groove||2:46|
|4||–Ike & Tina Turner||Nutbush City Limits||2:59|
|5||–Electric Light Orchestra||Roll Over Beethoven||4:31|
|6||–Marc Bolan & T. Rex||Children Of The Revolution||4:42|
|7||–The Sweet||Ballroom Blitz||3:56|
|8||–The Glitter Band||Angel Face||3:01|
|9||–Geordie||Black Cat Woman||3:17|
|10||–Barry Blue||Do You Wanna Dance||3:50|
|11||–Gary Glitter||I'm The Leader Of The Gang||3:32|
|13||–Smokie||Don't Play Your Rock'n'Roll To Me||3:19|
|14||–Mungo Jerry||Alright Alright Alright||2:45|
|15||–The Rubettes||Juke Box Jive||2:57|
|16||–Middle Of The Road||Sacramento||2:48|
|17||–Kincade||Dreams Are Ten A Penny||2:39|
|18||–Showaddywaddy||Under The Moon Of Love||3:11|
|19||–Bay City Rollers||I Only Wanna Be With You||3:37|