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8 thoughts on “ Hurtin - Johnny Thunders - So Alone (CD, Album)

  1. Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. EDITORS’ NOTES. Though Johnny Thunders was a mess while recording So Alone, it was his defining moment. The album sports the same four-chord junk and sass he brought to The New York Dolls and The Heartbreakers, and he lights it up on “Leave Me Alone,” “Dead or Alive," and especially “London Boys”—a vicious Sex Pistols dis that, funnily .
  2. So Alone is a album by Johnny Thunders, then leader of The Heartbreakers and formerly lead guitarist for the New York Dolls.
  3. Hurtin’ Johnny Thunders. Album So Alone. So Alone Johnny Thunders. 1. Pipeline 2. You Can’t Put Your Arms Around a Memory 3. Great Big Kiss.
  4. Joe McEwen, Ira Robbins (CD reissue) Johnny Thunders chronology. L.A.M.F. () So Alone. () Live at Max's Kansas City. () So Alone is a album by Johnny Thunders, then leader of The Heartbreakers and formerly lead guitarist for the New York Dolls.
  5. But in the fall of ’78, Johnny Thunders, Billy Rath and Walter Lure found themselves in New York and decided to do a couple of gigs for ‘old times sake’ and some ‘chump change’. They got together with drummer Ty Styx for some farewell gigs at Max’s Kansas City, and the resulting album was issued in on Max’s Kansas City.
  6. This exclusive and unlikely-to-be-repeated Remarquable special edition of Johnny's So Alone album is timely, and rounds up the complete original So Alone album as well as non-album tracks released on singles and two key unissued outtakes/5(95).
  7. Following the drug-fueled implosion of the Heartbreakers, Johnny Thunders bounced back with his first solo outing, So Alone. Featuring a veritable who's who of '70s punk and hard rock -- Chrissie Hynde, Phil Lynott, Peter Perrett, Steve Marriott, Paul Cook, and Steve Jones, among others -- the record was a testament to what the former New York Dolls guitarist could accomplish with a little focus.9/
  8. Johnny Thunders You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory / Hurtin' This is a very nice single taken from the album ' So Alone '. 'Hurtin' on the 'B' side was not released on the original album but can now be found on the CD reissues.

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