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L.A.M.F. (The Lost '77 Mixes) [Special Edition]


Download links and information about L.A.M.F. (The Lost '77 Mixes) [Special Edition] by Johnny Thunders, The Heartbreakers. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 30 tracks with total duration of 01:31:24 minutes.

Artist: Johnny Thunders, The Heartbreakers
Release date: 2005
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 30
Duration: 01:31:24
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No. Title Length
1. Born to Lose 3:04
2. Baby Talk 2:21
3. All By Myself 2:50
4. I Wanna Be Loved 2:39
5. It's Not Enough 4:08
6. Chinese Rocks 2:54
7. Get Off the Phone 2:00
8. Pirate Love 3:56
9. One Track Mind 2:32
10. I Love You 2:21
11. Goin' Steady 2:42
12. Let Go 2:24
13. Can't Keep My Eyes On You 3:44
14. Do You Love Me 2:15
15. Born Too Loose (Essex Studio Demo) 3:02
16. Chinese Rocks (Essex Studio Demo) 2:44
17. Let Go (Essex Studio Demo) 3:17
18. Goin' Steady (Instrumental) 3:15
19. Baby Talk (Instrumental) 2:44
20. Pirate Love (Instrumental) 3:44
21. Born to Lose (Instrumental) 4:19
22. Chinese Rocks (Instrumental) 5:44
23. Do You Love Me (Studio outake) 2:28
24. Can't Keep My Eyes On You (Live, 7" B-Side) 3:42
25. Get Off the Phone (Alternate Mix) 2:02
26. All By Myself (Alternate Mix) 2:53
27. It's Not Enough (Alternate Mix) 4:17
28. One Track Mind (Alternate Mix) 2:34
29. Too Much Junkie Business (Riverside Studio) 2:21
30. London Boys (Riverside Studio) 2:28



As a founding member of the New York Dolls, Johnny Thunders can rightfully be called a founding father of punk. Leaving the raunchy Dolls in 1975, he soon formed The Heartbreakers, who, in 1977, released their sole studio album,L.A.M.F.. It stands as a prevailing document of the fertile New York scene, and the band’s bawdy, vaguely ‘50s rock-rooted sound — and drug-drenched persona — helped define the American punk style. Songs like “All By Myself,” “Get Off the Phone” and “Baby Talk” join genre classics “Born to Lose” and “Chinese Rocks” as compelling evidence of the Heartbreakers as authoritative purveyors of original punk. Their mosh-worthy take on the Contours’ “Do You Love Me?” and the hook heavy “One Track Mind” show a band with a clear affection for pop, driven in the Heartbreakers’ world by crude, sweat- and grit-soaked guitars. A year after its release, Thunders went solo, and until his death in 1991, he continued to make music and battle drug addiction. The Special Edition collection includes demos, alternate versions and other noteworthy additions.