Leather Boyz with Electric Toyz

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Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz
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ReleasedOctober 5, 1989
Recorded Philadelphia, PA
Genre Glam metal [1] [2]
Label MCA
Producer Howard Benson
Pretty Boy Floyd chronology
Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz
(1989)
A Tale of Sex, Designer Drugs, and the Death of Rock n' Roll
(1998)
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Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz is the debut album from the band Pretty Boy Floyd. It reached #130 on the United States Billboard chart in 1989. It was released on MCA Records, and was produced by Howard Benson, who would go on to have a production career in the 90's and beyond, working with Hoobastank among many others.

Contents

There are videos for the songs "Rock And Roll (Is Gonna Set The Night On Fire)", "I Wanna Be With You”.

Track listing

  1. Leather Boyz with Electric Toyz - 4:48
  2. Rock and Roll (Is Gonna Set The Night On Fire) - 3:13
  3. Wild Angels - 5:08
  4. 48 Hours - 2:59
  5. Toast of the Town* - 3:18
  6. Rock and Roll Outlaws - 2:33
  7. Only the Young - 3:51
  8. The Last Kiss - 2:39
  9. Your Mama Won't Know - 3:42
  10. I Wanna Be With You - 3:57

Bonus

The 2003 bonus re-issue featured some extra tracks, a couple of which had been recorded as part of Kristy Majors solo project.

  1. Slam Dunk
  2. She's My Baby
  3. Two Hearts
  4. Over the Edge
  5. I Just Wanna Have Something to Do ( Ramones cover)

Limited Edition

A very limited-release 2011 re-issue featured a cover of Department of Youth, by Alice Cooper, originally released on Welcome to my Nightmare in 1975.

Personnel

Pretty Boy Floyd

Additional musicians

Production

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