Toilet Böys (debut)

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Toilet Böys
EP by Toilet Böys
Released 1996
Recorded Loho Studios, New York City
Genre Punk rock, hard rock
Label Squeeze Rox!
Producer Nitebob
Toilet Böys chronology
Toilet Böys
Living Like a Millionaire

Toilet Böys is the first recorded output by notorious NYC punk/glam band, the Toilet Böys. This album was recorded without eventual lead guitarist and band staple, Sean Pierce.

Toilet Böys are an American rock and roll band from New York City, United States. The band's original line-up is made up of Miss Guy, Sean Pierce, Electric Eddie, Rocket, and Adam Vomit. Toilet Böys have toured world-wide supporting musical acts such as Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nashville Pussy, Orgy, The Damned, Dee Dee Ramone & Deborah Harry. They were known for a highly energetic stage show that included spark-showers, smoke, lasers, strobes, synchronized flame-columns, cheerleaders, confetti cannons, burning guitars and fire breathing performed by lead guitarist Sean during the finale.

Track listing

  1. Phly
  2. Paul Stanley (Was A Lady)
  3. Stalker
  4. Squeeze Box Baby
  5. Scaredy Cat
  6. Good Girl

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