A Tale of Sex, Designer Drugs, and the Death of Rock N Roll
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|A Tale of Sex, Designer Drugs, and the Death of Rock N Roll|
|EP by Pretty Boy Floyd|
|Genre||Glam metal, Hard rock|
Kristy "Krash" Majors
|Pretty Boy Floyd chronology|
A Tale of Sex, Designer Drugs, and the Death of Rock N Roll is an EP released by the American rock band Pretty Boy Floyd. It was their first recording since splitting up in 1991. On this EP, Keri Kelli joined as second guitarist and Keff Ratcliffe replaced Vinnie Chas on bass.
"Everybody Needs a Hero" is a cover of a song by Keri Kelli's previous band Big Bang Babies.
"Do You Love Me" is not the same song as the KISS song of the same name.
A re-recorded version of "Good Girl Gone Bad" appears on Pretty Boy Floyd's next album Porn Stars.
The EP cover is a parody of the 1995 film The Usual Suspects.
- "Shut Up"
- "Junkie Girl"
- "Everybody Needs a Hero" (Big Bang Babies cover)
- "Do You Love Me"
- "Good Girl Gone Bad"
- Steve "Sex" Summers – Lead Vocals
- Kristy "Krash" Majors – Guitar
- Keri Kelli – Guitar
- Keff Ratcliffe – Bass
- Kari Kane – Drums
- Kerilynn Kelly – producer, engineer, mixing
- Kristy Krash Majors – executive producer
- Kevin Perttula – photography
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